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Two years ago I wrote an article entitled “America’s Jews Are Driving America’s Wars.” Though I made clear in the piece that I was writing about specific, identifiable Jews who fund and staff the think-tanks and foundations that make up the Israel Lobby, I was immediately fired by the Editor of The American Conservative (TAC) magazine and website, a timid little man who had been trying to get rid of me for some time. He evidently wished to do so because I did not share his “restraint” in my allusions to Jewish power in the United States and was particularly incensed over my suggestion that when Zionist propagandists like Bill Kristol appear on television the network should be required to display a warning label under the picture advising that Kristol was toxic.

As I had been writing for TAC for fifteen years and had been regarded as very popular among the magazine’s supporters, my dismissal was noted by many. I therefore followed up with a second article entitled “How I got fired,” which, inter alia, noted that Pat Buchanan, the TAC co-founder, had pretty much written the same thing that I did back in 2003 in a famous essay entitled “Whose War?”, though he had definitely been more polite than I was.

Pat Buchanan continues to be one of the few publicly visible political analysts currently active who dares to tell it like it is when it comes to Israel’s power in America. His article last week “Will Israel’s War Become America’s War” as always gets to the heart of the problem, i.e. that the completely contrived “special relationship” with Israel could easily lead the United States into another totally unnecessary war or even a series of wars in the Middle East.

Pat starts with “President Donald Trump, who canceled a missile strike on Iran after the shoot-down of a U.S. Predator drone to avoid killing Iranians, may not want a war. But the same cannot be said of Bibi Netanyahu.” He observes that Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu is facing re-election on September 17th, and though most polls indicate that he will win, the opposition to him is strong based on his personal corruption and his pandering to the country’s most extreme right-wing parties. So Bibi is concerned that he might lose and even go to jail and there is nothing like a little war to make a leader look strong and righteous, so he is lashing out at all his neighbors in hopes that one or more of them will be drawn into what would be for Israel, given its massive military superiority, a manageable confrontation.

Buchanan sums up Netanyahu’s recent escalation, writing that on “Saturday, Israel launched a night attack on a village south of Damascus to abort what Israel claims was a plot by Iran’s Revolutionary Guards’ Quds Force… Sunday, two Israeli drones crashed outside the media offices of Hezbollah in Beirut. Israel then attacked a base camp of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine-General Command in north Lebanon. Monday, Israel admitted to a strike on Iranian-backed militias of the Popular Mobilization Forces in Iraq. And Israel does not deny responsibility for last month’s attacks on munitions dumps and bases of pro-Iran militias [also] in Iraq. Israel has also confirmed that, during Syria’s civil war, it conducted hundreds of strikes against pro-Iranian militias and ammunition depots to prevent the transfer of missiles to Hezbollah in Lebanon.”

So, Israel has staged literally hundreds of attacks against targets in Lebanon, Syria and now Iraq while it is also at the same time shooting scores of unarmed demonstrators inside Gaza every Friday. Netanyahu has also threatened both perennial foe Iran and the Houthi rebels in Yemen. As the Jewish state is not at war with any of those countries it is engaging in war crimes. Both Hezbollah in Lebanon and the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Force are vowing revenge.

Pat Buchanan goes on to make the case that Netanyahu is willy-nilly pulling the United States into a situation from which there is no exit. Indeed, one might well conclude that the trap has already been sprung as the Trump Administration is reflexively blaming Israel’s actions on Iran. The Jewish state’s escalation produced a telephone call to Bibi by American Secretary of State Mike Pompeo promising that the United States would unconditionally support Israel. Vice President Mike Pence also joined in, boasting of a “great conversation” with Netanyahu and tweeting that “The United State fully supports Israel’s right to defend itself from imminent threats. Under President @realDonaldTrump, America will always stand with Israel!”

So, if a war in the Middle East does begin one can count on a number of developments in Washington, all of which favor Netanyahu. As Pompeo and Pence have made clear, the Trump Administration already accepts that whatever Israel does is fully justified and there are even reports that the White House will endorse Israeli annexation of all the illegal settlements on the West Bank at some point either before or immediately after the upcoming Knesset election to help Bibi. And don’t look for any dissent from even the most extreme views developing inside the White House or the State Department. The president has completely surrendered to the Israel Lobby while National Security Adviser John Bolton, Pence and Pompeo are all outspoken supporters of war with Iran. And nearly all the important government posts dealing with the Middle East are staffed by Jewish Zionists, to include the president’s son-in-law and two Donald Trump lawyers. The most recent addition to that sorry line-up is Peter Berkowitz, who has been appointed head of the Policy Planning Staff at State. Berkowitz studied at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and is co-founder and director of the “Israel Program on Constitutional Government.”

And Congress would also be singing the “amen” chorus in support of U.S. intervention to help the country it has ridiculously but nevertheless repeatedly described as America’s “best friend and closest ally.” The occupied mainstream media would echo that line, as would the millions of Christian Zionists and every one of the more than 600 American Jewish organizations that in one way, shape or form support Israel.

Buchanan warns that the U.S. could find itself in real trouble, particularly given the attacks on Iraq, where Washington still has 5,000 troops, hugely outnumbered by the local pro-Iranian militias. And American aircraft carriers could find themselves vulnerable if they dare to enter the Straits of Hormuz or Persian Gulf, where they would be in range of the Iranian batteries of anti-ship missiles. He concludes that a war for Israel that goes badly could cost Trump the election in 2020, asking “…have we ceded to Netanyahu something no nation should ever cede to another, even an ally: the right to take our country into a war of their choosing but not of ours?”

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. Rational says:

    FOR JUDAISTS, KILLING IS JOB 1. YAHWEH IS A GOD OF WAR.

    Thanks, Sir. Good article, like usual and your theories are probably right.

    The problem is, the Judaists are mentally ill. Their God Yahweh is a God of War. They worship him every Sabbath and appease him by killing the Goyim, here or there, wherever they can be found, or doing so by proxy, through the alien invasion.

    “The Lord is a man of war; Yahweh is his name.” – Exodus 15.3.

    See the article,

    Yahweh, Brutal God of War at:

    http://www.jesusneverexisted.com/brutal.htm

    Per above, Yahweh loves the smell of burning flesh. Burning flesh by bombing goyim with fire bombs is the best way to appease their blood thirsty God, the best korbanot olah.

    • Agree: druid55
    • Replies: @Toy
    , @Anthony Aaron
  2. The president has completely surrendered to the Israel Lobby while National Security Adviser John Bolton

    To be fair, Trump never promised to curb Israeli aggression during his campaign. He promised to back them and that’s what he’s doing. So this suggestion that “he’s letting us all down” is just silly. Now, on other stuff, yeah, you can make a case. And let’s be real, if Jeb Bush or Bernie Sanders or Hillary were in office they’d be backing “our ally in the Middle East” too.

    • Agree: Moi
  3. Lot says:

    Iran is involved in four different civil wars: Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, and Yemen. Yet Jihadi Phil wants to blame Israel for mideast instability!

  4. anon[328] • Disclaimer says:
    @Lot

    Iran was invited by Syrian legit gov. Lebanon was prevented from total rout by Hezbollah from the actions of the evil Zionist .Hezbollah sought and received help to confront evil Zionist. Who ever asked the Jews to show up in ME anywhere in the ME? Who? Yemen is a war that ahs been fought by Houthis . Houthis has been there for centuries They are fighting a war instigated by Israeli vassal Saudi . Iraq has been turned into dust by Jew run USA attack It is slowly coming to life.

    Now don’t read the script from the middle Start from the beginning . Start from the beginning ad be ready for the end . End will not be written by devious Jewish country .

    • Replies: @druid55
  5. renfro says:

    Firing Giraldi was the American Conserative’s lose.

    Consider this article:

    Two Cheers for Israel
    They’re having children and defending their culture without apology. The West could learn a thing or two.

    By Scott McConnell
    https://www.theamericanconservative.com/articles/two-cheers-for-israel/

    ”’But there is an even more important reason to give two cheers for Israel and to think of it, despite its excesses, as exemplary: Israel is nationalist.”’

    Maybe McConnell is paid to praise Israel or maybe he just your typical simple minded tunnel vision conservative. I gotta say my kind of conservative values, or maybe they should be called traditional values will likely stay the same but what wont stay the same is my voting for any of these conservative stupids.
    I’m a registered Independent voter…independent because I believed Americans should be independent of ‘political parties’ and not follow them like sheep, but vote for the closest thing they can get to a candidate of good character, some brains and a sense of fairness for the people. I voted for the actual America first GOP presidents, the elder Bush I and Nixon, otoh I also voted for the Dem America first presidents Kennedy and Carter.

    Independent voters like myself make up 37% of registered voters in the US….that makes both the dems and repubs ‘minority parties’…..neither of them can win without us.
    Independent voters got to be independent because they paid more attention to the big picture and issues in politics overall than the followers of the parties….most of them are more ‘traditional’, including objecting to US entanglement with foreign nations. ….the exact opposite of current GOP conservatism.
    So it is absolute nitwittery to try and attract traditional voters by championing Israel as a model for US nationalism. …Israel gives nationalism a bad name. It is asking us to step in a pile of steaming cow shit to pattern the US after Israel.

    • Replies: @Wizard of Oz
    , @c matt
  6. Biff says:

    When it becomes blatantly obvious that U.S. military personnel are fighting and dying for a foreign country what will the spin meisters do? What will be their angle? Will it still be easy for them to keep the Americans frightened enough to accept their fate as a tool? Will they false flag again?

  7. Smith says:

    It’s stupid saber rattling of both Hez and israel, the good news is that this shows that israel can’t handle Hezbollah and that Trump hasn’t tweeted about this.

  8. @Lot

    ‘Iran is involved in four different civil wars: Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, and Yemen. Yet Jihadi Phil wants to blame Israel for mideast instability!’

    Of the four countries you list, two aren’t having civil wars at all, Iran is in Syria by invitation, and her involvement in Yemen pales beside our own and that of Saudi Arabia et al.

    Now, shall we discuss Israel’s actions?

    • Agree: Talha
    • Replies: @Sean
  9. anon[113] • Disclaimer says:

    Meanwhile, the US war on Syria [for Israel] continues.

    US airstrike on Idlib leaves numerous casualties, major destruction

    The Russian military notes that the US has jeopardized further implementation of the ceasefire in the Idlib de-escalation zone and also disrupted it in a number of areas

    MOSCOW, September 1. /TASS/. A US airstrike on Syria’s Idlib province has left numerous casualties and a major destruction, the Russian Center for Reconciliation of Opposing Sides in Syria (part of Russia’s Defense Ministry) said in a statement on Sunday.

    The US carried out the airstrike at 3 p.m. on August 31 on an area between Ma’arrat Misrin and Kafr Haya, the center reported.

    “There are numerous casualties and a major destruction in the settlements targeted by the US airstrike,” the center said, stressing that this strike came in violation of the earlier reached agreements because Washington had not notified Russia and Turkey about its plans.

    The Russian military notes that the US has jeopardized further implementation of the ceasefire in the Idlib de-escalation zone and also disrupted it in a number of areas. According to the center, such steps of Washington, which keeps accusing Russia of its alleged indiscriminate shelling in the Idlib de-escalation zone, are raising eyebrows.

    “Despite the shellings carried out by militants, provoked by the US strike, the Syrian forces are currently observing a moratorium on carrying out combat actions in the interests of achieving peaceful settlement in the Idlib de-escalation zone as soon as possible,” the statement reads.

    According to the Russian military, at 6 a.m. on August 31 at the initiative of Russia and Turkey the Syrian army unilaterally declared a ceasefire across the Idlib de-escalation zone, and notified all parties to the conflict. “Over the past day the government forces have strictly complied with their undertaken commitments. Flights of combat aviation of Russia’s Aerospace Defense Forces and the Syrian Air Force have been fully suspended,” the center said.

    https://tass.com/politics/1075929

    • Replies: @annamaria
  10. Kirt says:

    A lot of these Israeli provocations are, as noted, Netanyahu electioneering. Hence, they are likely to stop or be diminished (the Gaza border massacres excepted) if Bibi either wins the election and can form a new government or loses and is driven from power with the opposition forming a new government. Worst case scenario is a continuation of the present situation with Bibi unable to form a government and having to fight yet another election. This would result in still further Israeli escalation until finally Iran or Hezbollah retaliates and the US is dragged in. Or he might just formally annex the West Bank and drive out the Palestinians to the applause of Trump and his supporters.

    There are other dangers as well, especially the collapse of Saudi Arabia and the UAE as a result of their defeat in Yemen. The US is sending 5,000 troops to SA just in time to defend the House of Saud from a possible overthrow or to fight on behalf of one part of that sociopathic family against another part.

    • Replies: @renfro
  11. geokat62 says:

    Another fantastic article by Phil.

    Regarding Pat’s concluding query:

    “…have we ceded to Netanyahu something no nation should ever cede to another, even an ally: the right to take our country into a war of their choosing but not of ours?”

    … since that already occurred when the US invaded Iraq, the question should be amended to read:

    “…have we ceded again to Netanyahu something no nation should ever cede to another, even an ally: the right to take our country into a war of their choosing but not of ours?”

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
  12. Sean says:

    “President Donald Trump, who canceled a missile strike on Iran after the shoot-down of a U.S. Predator drone to avoid killing Iranians, may not want a war. But the same cannot be said of Bibi Netanyahu.” He observes that Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu is facing re-election on September 17th, and though most polls indicate that he will win, the opposition to him is strong based on his personal corruption and his pandering to the country’s most extreme right-wing parties. So Bibi is concerned that he might lose and even go to jail and there is nothing like a little war to make a leader look strong and righteous, so he is lashing out at all his neighbors in hopes that one or more of them will be drawn into what would be for Israel, given its massive military superiority, a manageable confrontation.

    It’s a good analysis, but a little different to the subjugation of US interests to Israeli ones that is normally talked about inasmuch Netanyahu personal advantage is the key factor. I don’t think many people in Israel would approve of Netanyahu doing something so obvious as getting Israel into an inconclusive war just before an election. Especially as the war is one that might bring the US in but would be unlikely to motive the US to destroy the Iranian regime, wiche had time to make their facilities (nuclear) too duplicated and dispersed for airstrikes to work.

    The Palestinians are the ones Israelis are happy to get tough with, even the supposedly leftist Ehud Barak has said the Palestinians of Gaza must be deterred more. Talk of war with Iran is just that, it really is, unless they do something stupid.

    For Israel, getting the US to totally crush Iran would be great, but that will require America to be provoked by Iran, which is something they are loath to do. Iran is not going to fight a war they cannot possibly hope to win if they can help it, and they have said there will not be one. I don’t think Bolton is any influence on Trump, and Pompeo is a never-Trumper turned Trump boot licker rather that a force in the administration in his own right.

    He concludes that a war for Israel that goes badly could cost Trump the election in 2020, asking “…have we ceded to Netanyahu something no nation should ever cede to another, even an ally: the right to take our country into a war of their choosing but not of ours?”

    Trump never loses sight of his own self interest. A war before the Israeli election is not going to help Trump win reelection, and he did say recently he was open to talks with Iran, which left a distraught Netanyahu unsuccessfully trying to get through to Trump and gave Ehud Barack one of his few opportunities to criticise the utility for Israel of Netanyahu’s relationship with Trump.

    • Replies: @Alden
    , @chris
  13. @Biff

    The U.S. military should more aptly be called the Israeli Foreign Legion.

  14. Sean says:
    @Colin Wright

    Sunni dominated Jordan, Turkey and Saudi Arabia hate Assad, and you think the almost entirely Sunni rebel Syrians were fighting for Israel, which could have ensured Assad’s defeat by drawing off the Syrian army by a build up on the Golan, but did no such thing. Israel caused the Muslim Brotherhood be elected as the government of Egypt, did it? Israelis are not ten feet tall you know.

    Read about Rand Paul’s problems with his former colleague retired pain specialist doctor neighbour in their upscale gated community. Its quite enlightening about how easy it is to simply tend your own garden without bothering anyone, or have them thinking that you are.

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
    , @AnonStarter
  15. Toy says:
    @Rational

    No one gives a damn about your austically nuanced Christian Identity distinctions: Judaists, Judahites etc…
    Just call them jews.

    • Replies: @Herald
  16. @Lot

    Yes that is right. Iran is involved in all cases in helping their allies who are actually being targeted in their stead. Phil and anyone who is honest must blame “Israel” since “Israel” is the instigator in all those wars…and more.

    Ignored by the hasbarat is that Iran is the actual target in all those wars and “Israel” is the puppet master in all those cases.

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
  17. It’s very depressing. Our entire Government is controlled by Israel.

    I don’t think they will even need to produce a False Flag this time. They just do things openly, now. Nobody is stopping them and they got away with 9/11.

    • Replies: @Moi
  18. @Rational

    They have no God … what they denominate as ‘God’ is their justification for the evil that they bring with them wherever they go in the world.

    God is NOT an evil being … the jews are the evil ones and they have merely personified their evil and incarnated it as their vision of ‘God’ …

  19. anon[412] • Disclaimer says:
    @Lot

    Iran is also involving into Israel-India relationship. Netanyhooo has cancelled his visit just 2 weeks before the election – Haaretz.

    And now we dont hear much about terrorism on Europe soil but bit by bit we hear the terrorism committed by Dutch Norwegian Danish against Iran . Justice ? It will arrive one day . Dutch will be supposed so will be the numerous pundits . Why Ducth? Yes that question will find its answer “why Afghanistan ?” after 911.

    “Revealed: How a secret Dutch mole aided the U.S.-Israeli Stuxnet cyberattack on Iran—
    For years, an enduring mystery has surrounded the Stuxnet virus attack that targeted Iran’s nuclear program: How did the U.S. and Israel get their malware onto computer systems at the highly secured uranium-enrichment plant?
    The first-of-its-kind virus, designed to sabotage Iran’s nuclear program, effectively launched the era of digital warfare and was unleashed some time in 2007, after Iran began installing its first batch of centrifuges at a controversial enrichment plant near the village of Natanz.
    The courier behind that intrusion, whose existence and role has not been previously reported, was an inside mole recruited by Dutch intelligence agents at the behest of the CIA and the Israeli intelligence agency, the Mossad, according to sources who spoke with Yahoo News.” https://www.yahoo.com/news/revealed-how-a-secret-dutch-mole-aided-the-us-israeli-stuxnet-cyber-attack-on-iran-160026018.html

    • Replies: @El Dato
  20. Stavros24 says:

    Excellent article.

    In a perfect world the US would have declared war on Israel the day the USS Liberty was attacked, and then begun an active purge of all zionists from the US government. What a different world this would have been over the last fifty years.

    • Agree: Ace
    • Replies: @Patrikios Stetsonis
    , @grr
  21. WHAT says:
    @Biff

    It became obvious way back, and absolutely nothing happened since then. Mongrelized anglo goyim are truly hopeless and should be seen as disposable golems for the war against real white people.

  22. Zack says:

    It’s the same old story that’s been repeating itself over and over from WWI and WWII right up to the disastrous policy of US-led regime change in the Middle East since the 9/11 false flag psyop:

    Unethical, unprincipled and deceptive American presidents being influenced by the same powerful transnational Jewish oligarchs that funded their election into leading an unwilling nation into war against sovereign countries that are deemed to be enemies of the Jews.

    • Agree: Robjil
    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
  23. @Stavros24

    -What a different world this would have been over the last fifty years.-

    Agree.
    Not only for USA, but for the whole World.

  24. @Bragadocious

    “To be fair, Trump never promised to curb Israeli aggression during his campaign.”

    No, sir.

    In the primary campaign, Trump, then a sham populist, said he would be neutral in the Mideast.

    Out came the Republicans’ loud and united criticism.

    Trump quickly caved.

    • Replies: @Talha
  25. “Although AIPAC wants to deny it now , it lobbied for the Iraq war …” Philp Weiss quoting Eli Clfton in his article in Mondoweiss entitled ” The Iraq war – What did AIPAC do and when did it do it .” In a more recent article Philip Weiss asks the question “Why are there so many Zionist Jews on Trump’s Middle East team ? ” As many pundits have observed Trump has assembled a “war cabinet ” , the last time around he needed the support of the UK through Tony Blair to go to war against Iraq , it has been rumored that Theresa May was removed by the British Zionists as Boris Johnson was more in favor of going to war against Iran interestingly , like Trump , Johnson has assembled a cabinet comprised largely of Zionists .

  26. @Bragadocious

    But he promised to pull troops out of the M.E. He lied. To hell with israel.

    • Replies: @Biff
  27. When The American Conservative fired Giraldi I canceled my subscription and told them why. What good is a so-called paleo-conservative magazine that refuses to see the big gorilla in the room?

    • Agree: Rurik, Kolya Krassotkin
  28. Talha says:
    @Buzz Baldrin

    In the primary campaign, Trump, then a sham populist, said he would be neutral in the Mideast.

    I have no clue why anyone would have believed him in the first place.

    Let’s just say his daughter converted to Islam and married a Palestinian businessman with personal ties to Palestinian Authority (PA) leadership – does anyone think he would have been neutral regarding the Middle East?

    To ask the question is to answer it.

    Peace.

    • Agree: Commentator Mike
    • Replies: @Wizard of Oz
    , @anon
    , @Art
    , @Sean
  29. @Zack

    Wisely, Zack wrote: “It’s the same old story that’s been repeating itself over and over from WWI and WWII right up to the disastrous policy of US-led regime change in the Middle East since the 9/11 false flag psyop:”

    Hey Zack! Above, 👍!

    In contrast to Chabad-principled tRump’s signaling of “green light” to Israel’s unrestrained & criminal military strikes in Syria & Lebanon, the ethical & patriotic Hezbollah leader, Nusrallah, has vowed to exact a price. Refer to RT report, below.

    https://www.rt.com/news/467825-hezbollah-israel-new-phase/

    In the bizarro & volatile Middle East world, where ZUS commitment to & fulfillment of the Project For New American Century goal is not revoked,👺Israeli & KSA sponsored & facilitated False Flag attacks are much unaccountably easier to do.

    At any rate, “same old story,” Greater Israel’s diabolical business plans shall proceed with or without D.C. King of Jews, PreZident tRump. Thanks, Zack!

    P.S.: As the 9/11 anniversary & 24/7 Jewish Corporate Media-theater draws near, Amerikans might do well by recalling how even Russia 🙄bought into the G.W. Bush Neoconservatives flagrant 9/11 False Flag terror attacks, and I believe Iran gave the revenge seeking ZUS a ‘green light” to cross it’s airspace & facilitate entering, occupying & toppling Afghanistan’s Taliban government. 😟

  30. The zionist control of the zio/US government was shown on 911 with the joint Israeli and zionist traitors in the zio/US government attack on the WTC and the pentagram and the some 3000 Americans killed and more with the resulting health issues from this zionist attack.

    Every thinking American knows that Israel and the zio/US government did the attack and especially everyone in congress aka the lower house of the knesset knows and not one member of congress had the guts to say who did the attack, that is zionist control, as Voltaire said, to find out who controls you find out who you dare not criticize.

    Israel has involved America in every war including the 1967 and 1973 wars and in the current mideast wars of destruction fought and died by Americans for zionist Israel, in fact that is why the attack on the WTC took place, to blame muslims and get America to destroy the mideast for zionist Israel and their greater Israel agenda.

    The terrorists were also created by Israel and the zio/US and zio/Britain and zio/NATO, ie AL CIADA aka ISIS and all offshoots of the same, and are funded and armed and supported by these same countries and in fact the zio/US Air Force acts as AL CIADA’s air force, bombing Syria and Iraq civilians and infastructure at will.

    May God help us , the greatest threat to America is zionism!

  31. Join the Zionist Crusade!
    Join the U.S military and fight for Israel.
    Seven Islamic countries need to be destroyed for Greater Israel Project.
    1.Afghanistan- check
    2.Iraq-check
    3.Sudan-check
    4.Libya-check
    5.Somalia-check
    6.Syria-In Progress
    7.Iran-TBA

    Israel is behaving like #$%$. They used terrorism to create the state of Israel by bombings and shootings…then when they got that they started to steal the lands, homes and the lives of the Palestinians. Not content with that they attack their neighbours and thumb their nose up at UN resolutions. Any other state doing the same we would have attacked them by now and done a regime change…Not Israel though. And they have got it their way so good that you can criticize God but you can’t criticize Israel.

    • Agree: DESERT FOX
  32. Biff says:
    @iSmellBagels

    He lied.

    The dopey pricks that the stupid voters elect have no power – they could promise anything and it would still be a lie.

  33. @geokat62

    Yo geokat!

    I am impressed how Phil offered praise to Patrick Buchanan.

    Nonetheless, after TAC canned him, I cannot find any evidence where Pat Buchanan rose to stand against Phil Giraldi’s shameful firing.

    As I recall, at the time, Pat had a close highly educated relative who planned to seek political office & I intuit he didn’t want to harm the relation’s future ambitions. Okay, okay, understood. Blood thicker than the flow of bitter truth in Amerikan veins?

    In addition, where is Pat’s “conservative” sister, Bay Buchanan who was regularly doing cable news Talking Head duty?

    As always, thanks for your servus, geo.

    • Agree: DESERT FOX
    • Replies: @geokat62
  34. bjondo says:

    Ersatz Israel, ersatz Hebrew, real terror from the number one terrorist.

    https://ifamericansknew.org/stat/un.html

    And

    not as many years but with a bit more detail plus some worthwhile comments:

    https://www.foreignpolicyjournal.com/2010/01/27/rogue-state-israeli-violations-of-u-n-security-council-resolutions/

    5ds

  35. @renfro

    What does registration as an independent give you? Obviously not the right to vote in Republican or Democrat primaries, so what is it?

    • Replies: @lysias
  36. @Talha

    I only disagree that you could draw a reliable conclusion about his policies and sympathies from the affiliations of his children. Even taking your line of reasoning, what if he had several daughters (think of the Mitford sisters – all over the place politically) and they dormed opposed affiliations? Last night I watched and ABC program on the Hong Kong disturbances and one masked protester who was passionately for freedom from CCP control was the child of parents from mainland China who very strongly disapproved of his stance. So, I dispute your reasoning rather than your judgment of Trump reality.

    • Replies: @Talha
  37. El Dato says:
    @anon

    > Dutch
    > Dutch intelligence working on the side for CIA and the Israeli intelligence Agency
    > Dutch doing that fake MH-17 investigation

    Yeah

  38. lysias says:
    @Wizard of Oz

    What does registering independent give me? It gives me a clear conscience.

    • Replies: @Wizard of Oz
  39. Talha says:
    @Wizard of Oz

    You may have a point (I also wouldn’t change my mind about things because one of my kids left the religion), but I guarantee you, nobody – NOBODY – would have said the same thing had his daughter become Muslim and married a Palestinian. And the ones that would have been very vocal about a Muzzie Taqiyyah takeover of Middle East policy, well, you don’t hear a peep from them when it comes to the other side of the coin.

    who very strongly disapproved of his stance

    Sure, this would have applied if Trump disowned Ivanka for leaving Christianity or something – I definitely would have found him more believable. Or made it obvious he disagreed strongly with her and her husband’s stances regarding the Middle East – but when did he do that?

    I could have made a similar analogy if his daughter became Buddhist and married a Taiwanese guy with personal ties to Taiwanese officials; would Trump be considered neutral in regards to China and her claims to certain territories?

    Which is fine, I don’t expect any different. I’m just wondering why others are so naive when it comes to a certain group when they would never allow the wool to be pulled over their eyes when it comes to others.

    Peace.

  40. Interesting times. I am reflecting on the latest skirmish in Lebanon. Will ego replace logic? Will fear of incarceration evoke war? Will corruption in our government explode or implode? What will the orange one do?

    I would like to believe that this is the beginning of the end, but I have been wrong before. With our congress and presidency effectively an extension to Knesset-West, with no regard to the will of the citizenry of this nation, and my fellow Americans growing fatter and more stupid, glued to the latest titillation from the Kardashians, in a controlled media that shapes the narratives that guide our thoughts and opinions, perhaps we need to perish as a nation to be reborn without zionist shackles.

    We are fooled into thinking that we are a democracy (nay – a republic, you rush to say), that elections that choose between the appointed Tweedledee or Tweedledum are somehow representative of the people’s wishes.

    Burn Washington to the ground and start over. Is the revolutionary zeal of the US a thing of the past? Forever?

    For hundreds (or thousands?) of years the jewish forces have nurtured a power base that transcends generations with a tribal fealty that has no equal. With unimaginable patience, they have placed their own in positions of power and/or influence, such that today, it is nigh impossible to dislodge them peacefully. Should plough shares be reverted back to swords? Is that even possible anymore?

  41. Pandour says: • Website

    The point of the entire story-a bad beginning makes for a bad end.Anyone in the loop knows how it will all end.I may be around long enough to see the final act.

  42. Wally says:
    @Bragadocious

    said:
    “And let’s be real, if Jeb Bush or Bernie Sanders or Hillary were in office they’d be backing “our ally in the Middle East” too.”

    If they, or anyone else, were in office we would be at war with Iran and much more.
    Recall that Hillary even stated she would declare a no-fly zone in Syria, hence war with Russia.

    Trump has his flaws, but at this point there is no better alternative

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
    , @bjondo
  43. @Sean

    ‘Israel caused the Muslim Brotherhood be elected as the government of Egypt, did it? ‘

    Of course Israel didn’t cause the Muslim Brotherhood to get elected in Egypt. Israel has boasted it brought it down.

    • Replies: @Talha
  44. geokat62 says:
    @Cloak And Dagger

    Welcome back, C&D. We missed you. Glad to see your back posting your quality comments!

    • Replies: @Cloak And Dagger
  45. Alden says:
    @Sean

    Maybe you’re right. But from Texas and Oklahoma to the Atlantic Coast there’s a solid
    Bible Belt ( OT, not NY ) of Israel Uber Alles Christian Zionists who keep voting Republican in the hope Republicans will outlaw abortion as well as can conquer all the Arab lands for Israel.

    Trump moving the embassy to Jerusalem and approving the take over of Golan Heights and Pence anti abortion fundamentalist are the perfect pair to win in all those states.

    • Replies: @Sean
  46. chris says:
    @Sean

    I don’t think many people in Israel would approve of Netanyahu doing something so obvious as getting Israel into an inconclusive war just before an election.

    Well yes, Israel certainly not! But the US? That’s another matter altogether.

  47. geokat62 says:
    @ChuckOrloski

    Nonetheless, after TAC canned him, I cannot find any evidence where Pat Buchanan rose to stand against Phil Giraldi’s shameful firing.

    I agree, Chuck. The resistance needs to stand together, otherwise divided we fall!

    As I recall, at the time, Pat had a close highly educated relative who planned to seek political office & I intuit he didn’t want to harm the relation’s future ambitions. Okay, okay, understood. Blood thicker than the flow of bitter truth in Amerikan veins?

    So true, Chuck. President Jimmy Carter was forced to recant the title of his book, Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid. His grandson was running for governor of Georgia and to improve his chances of winning his grandfather decided to grovel at the feet of Jewish Supremacists.

    In addition, where is Pat’s “conservative” sister, Bay Buchanan who was regularly doing cable news Talking Head duty?

    … for 30 shekels!

    Keep well, Chuck!

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
  48. Durruti says:

    Phil Giraldi

    Israel’s Many Wars
    Escalating could be intended to involve the United States

    Your title may be construed as an attempt at MISDIRECTION.

    The Zionist New World Order, including their Military outpost/Entity, and their PUPPET American Government have been joined at the hip, and cooperating at a 100% rate since the Zionists took complete control over America in their engineered Coup D’état of November 22, 1963.

    There is no Zionist intent “to involve the United States” in their wars. The Zionists and their Entity are working 24/7 (every hour and every day), in full comraderie with their American traitor puppets.

    The above TITLE you use is your article & is your analysis.

    Conclusion:

    There is no “intended to involve.” Our puppeted (Occupied) American Quisling/Traitor Government is completely in imperialist synch with their Rothschild & other Zionist Financial Controllers.

    The Zionist New World Order, Owns all, Controls All, They are Omnipotent.

    We, the American People, are Slaves (now, in 2019, and not in some vague future if our so-called ‘Government’ does make the correct decisions). We are already in chains.

    How to break free?

    We might attempt to Restore our Republic – along with it, our Honor and our Sovereignty.

    We might ignore what I have to say here & refuse to print my articles.

    Freedom is not Free! It must be Paid for!

    • Agree: ChuckOrloski
  49. Phil,
    Please keep on trucking, since your, and Pat Buchanan’s are the rare voices in the wilderness. You have more supporters than you think ! Your background provides the legitimacy for your articles. The current Trump Cabinet poses the most lethal threat to this nation, in concert with the brainwashed millions of Zionist “Christians” (the nomer is an oxymoron). The “False Prophets” of Hagee’s, and Holstein’s ilk, have enriched themselves with the Zionist-inspired Scofield Bible, leading their flocks off the cliff. I naively held some hope for this land during 2016 Presidential campaign, drinking Trump’s Cool Aid, until his pre-inaugration speech at the AIPAC Convention, provided to him by his son-in-law, and his cohorts. Shame on me ! As you state in your article, Trump has ceded his warmaking authority to Netanyahu, making us the laughingstock of the World, as the giant bitch of a midget nation. The Zionist takeover is complete, as the educational system, finance, media, legislatures, the military, industry, justice system etc have been absorbed by them. Without that level of control 09/11/2001 could never have been implemented ! So much from a sad old man !!

  50. @Wally

    Haha. He “owns me,” and Wally lectured: “Trump has his flaws, but at this point there is no better alternative.”

    (zzZigh) Uh, the little Wall means The D.C.-based, and only alternative, King of the Likud Jews, Trumpstein. 🙄

    Meanwhile, a warm but broken Scranton welcome back to Cloak And Dagger. A Trinity of 🤗🤗🤗 for C&D, & his consistent gold-backed U.R. comments on dellivery!

    • Agree: Durruti
  51. @geokat62

    Thanks Geo! I took a long overdue sabbatical from work to recharge my batteries. I needed a break from the blogosphere as well as it was starting to affect my mood with the constant barrage of negative news. It looks like they spirited away Jeff Epstein to parts unknown just as he was, presumably, about to spill the beans. How convenient!

    And I see that the usual shills for Israel and savior Trump are still here. Some things never change.

  52. Talha says:
    @Colin Wright

    Yeah and this had no small part to play:
    “It will be a brief but historic encounter, symbolising an end to three decades of animosity between two of the region’s oldest, proudest and most powerful nations.
    On Thursday, when he attends a summit of the Non-Aligned Movement in Tehran, Mohammed Morsi will be the first Egyptian president to set foot on Iranian soil since the 1979 Islamic revolution.”
    https://www.thenational.ae/uae/egypt-s-morsi-to-make-historic-visit-to-iran-1.366365

    Peace.

    • Agree: AnonStarter
    • Replies: @Sean
  53. With thanks to Nick Fernandez and Bobby Lewis and their article in Media Matters : “The Iraq war cheerleaders who are still around 15 (now 16) years later ” :
    John Bolton Eliot Cohen
    Larry Kudlow
    Max Boot Ann Coulter
    Richard Cohen
    Ari Fleischer Rush Limbaugh
    Sean Hannity
    Nicole Wallace
    Stephen Hayes
    Fred Hiatt
    Bill Kristol
    Paul Gigot
    Judith Miller
    Joe Scarborough
    Bret Stephens
    David Frum
    Eli Lake

    • Agree: DESERT FOX
    • Replies: @Kolya Krassotkin
    , @bjondo
  54. wayfarer says:

    Judaism, the neo-decadence.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Blue_Boy

    Judaism is a “service-to-self” ideology, characterized by unmistakable negativity (e.g. greed, self-concern, etc.). It has proven to be incapable of cultivating any sense of forgiveness, as well as being antagonistic with any form of a “service-to-others” ideology.

    Unfortunately for our planet, a self-serving nature is the dark essence of Judaism.

    Source: https://www.lawofone.info/synopsis.php

  55. With so many knob polishers in high positions, the services for hookers and crack whores must have gone way down into recession. Would think nutyahoo might want a chance of scenery from all the willing already on all fours on floor..

  56. @Sean

    /Israel caused the Muslim Brotherhood be elected as the government of Egypt, did it?/

    Before scrubbing the information from their websites, CNN and Wikipedia both reported the name of Sisi’s mother as “Malika Titani,” a Moroccan Jewish immigrant to Egypt who later renounced her Moroccan citizenship. When she passed away in August 2015, her name suddenly became “Soaad Mohamad.”

    “Just because you’re paranoid doesn’t mean they’re not out to get you.”

    And just because the Arab world frequently attributes nefarious events to Jews doesn’t mean they’re not correct much of the time.

  57. anastasia says:

    Trump spoke endlessly during his campaign of getting out of the mid-east and out of Afghanistan. That was a big part of his campaign, and the reason I voted for him. When he bombed Syria, telling us in 24 hours after the incident, “there can be no dispute that Assad used chemical weapons”, any fool would know he was lying. It would have been impossible to make that determination in 24 hours after the incident, whether or not we had a presence there, and we did not have any presence there. I knew then that we were in deep trouble when he made that lying statement.

    And what else did he do at that time. He made a public announcement to the world and to the people of Syria, “the bombs are coming.” I had wondered at that time if the Syrians slept at all between his making that threat and the actual bombs being dropped. I believe it was days and perhaps even a week between his statement, “the bombs are coming” and the bombs being dropped

    That scared me even more about Trump. It told me that he was heartless.

    Imagine Putin telling the American people, “the bombs are coming.” We would all believe that he was the greatest barbarian that ever lived.

    • Replies: @Herald
  58. BitinDawg says:

    You are a great American patriot PG. I cannot add to your brilliant and eloquent truth telling. You are truly a Hercules of a man as you break through the Jew Zionist blockade of truth.

  59. c matt says:
    @renfro

    I have no problem with Israel doing whatever it thinks is in Israel’s best interest. I do have a problem with Israel expecting/forcing/shaming/manipulating the US to do what Israel thinks is in Israel’s best interest.

    • Agree: Talha
    • Replies: @renfro
    , @anonymous
    , @anon
  60. bucky says:

    The 2014 Gaza war made it very clear that the issue facing Israel is not Iran, but the Palestinians. The Palestinians are rapidly increasing in population. They have a valid claim to the land.

    Iran, then, is a distraction. Ari Shavit made this obvious in his book, which showed that he understood the problem, as well as his embrace of Iran war mongering.

    Israel cannot just tomorrow expel millions of Palestinians. The international outcry would be too great.

    But in the chaos that comes with a war on Iran, Israel could cute military necessity and have an excuse to do what it really wants: to take over the West Bank and expel the majority of the Palestinians who live there.

    • Replies: @anonymous
  61. bjondo says:
    @Wally

    Because of Trump there will be peace and reunification for the Koreas.
    Possibly Kashmir, Afganistan, and eventually, Iran.
    US will be better, long term friends with Russia.

    Trump has exposed the corrupt, deep, warmongering state.
    Trump has exposed the very fake, lunatic, war mongering media.

    If the Nobel was worth piss, Trump gets seven.

    Trump has opened many minds that have been in a haze for decades.

    • Troll: ChuckOrloski
  62. @Sean O'Farrell

    ‘…The U.S. military should more aptly be called the Israeli Foreign Legion.’

    …except in the Foreign Legion you’re told right up front you’ll be fighting for France.

    • Agree: DESERT FOX
  63. @geokat62

    Months ago in a comment having appeared upon one of his very important U.R. published articles, Philip Giraldi recommended dissident guerilla-commenters “stick together,”🤗 and today geokat wisely reiterated that tactic & wrote:
    “The resistance needs to stand together, otherwise divided we fall!”

    Philip Giraldi is an essential leader, and it’s very regrettable that the once mighty Israeli fighter, Patrick Buchanan, has chosen to remain a controllable opposition😟leader, and stands down as P.G. honors him & takes the brunt of Supremacist Jew flack.

    Nonetheless, Pat Buchanan, the “aged eagle might flap wings,”* shoot for redemption & offer a comment here?

    Yes, indeed, the Southern man, devoted Christian, former-President James Carter, shamefully groveled to the Synagogue of Satan in order to help his blood kin advance in ZUSA politics. (Zigh) Given good health, Jimmy might even pose with living presidents🇮🇱 during upcoming 9/11 commemoration services.

    Lastly, and given the has-been cable news channel ‘Talking Head” example, Bay Buchanan, there is evidence that the Best, Brightest, Articulate & Connected Conservatives 🥴 indeed can manage to simultaneously serve the combo Zio-approved Gospel & Mammon worldview.

    * Line from T.S. Elliot’s “The Wasteland.”

    Stay sticky & be well, Brother geokat!

  64. druid55 says:
    @anon

    Some shithead like Lot, Sean, etc., put a Standing with Israel magazine in my office without my knowing. I filed it where it belongs – in the circular file. I would’ve used it as toilet paper but it was laminated.

  65. It’s fine to be critical of a little shitty state foe inciting wars for the US. But the US isn’t that innocent either! This country has been obsessed with wars since 1940’s and continues to be today. It looks like the war attitude and obsession finally has been brought home by the MIC and it’s sales office as NRA!

    • Replies: @Robjil
  66. @Cloak And Dagger

    Good to see you again, Cloak And Dagger.

    You were missed.

    • Agree: Rurik
    • Replies: @Cloak And Dagger
  67. @9/11 Inside job

    Glad to see you included the Bedbug in your list of neocon cheerleaders, and though he’s gone, we should never forget Charley Krauthammer.

  68. renfro says:
    @Cloak And Dagger

    Burn Washington to the ground and start over.

    Amen. BWTTGASO !

    Good to see your comment C&D.

    • Replies: @Cloak And Dagger
  69. anon[383] • Disclaimer says:
    @Talha

    But he said this . Some guy on CNN excoriated Trump. for saying that.

    .Israel is a snake with millions of scattered and embedded teeth .

  70. Robjil says:
    @Monty Ahwazi

    That Shitty Little country came in being because of J?? Advisors at the top of the heap in Britain and the US who pushed for WWI to get the Balfour Declaration.

    J?? Advisors again at the top of the heap in Britain and the US pushed for WWII to get Israel.

    The book ” The Controversy of Zion” by Douglas Reed names names of these advisors and how they did it.

    We have same thing going on now for WWIII with J?? Advisors pushing for wars to get Eretz Yisrael – Greater Israel.

    Same stuff was going on and on for over 100 years since the start of the FED on 12/23/1913.

    Notice that WWI starts just six months after the start of the FED on 06/28/1914.

    I say J??s because I can’t figure why they are doing this to our planet. All talk is about Climate Change yet J?? Change going on for over a 100 years goes on and on destroying our planet without a peep from our “free” Zion uber alles press.

    It is a titanic towering Elephant that everyone is afraid to look at. It will destroy our planet if enough of us do not speak up.

    • Replies: @DESERT FOX
  71. renfro says:
    @c matt

    I have no problem with Israel doing whatever it thinks is in Israel’s best interest.

    I do. Since Israel thinks its best interest is stealing land and killing non Jews.

    There is a little thing called International Law, the Rome Statutes and War Crimes.
    Eisenhower, Kennedy and Carter all believed the US should adhere to it….now the US flaunts it declaring we are ‘too big to fail;’

    All the countries of the world see us as mad dog hypocrites.

    You know the answer to how to eat a elephant….one bite at a time. OBL is laughing in his grave, mission accomplished….he lured us into the ME jungle.

    • Agree: DESERT FOX, Herald, L.K
    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
  72. Herald says:
    @Toy

    Your arguing over archaic nomenclature is reminiscent of those who were busy re-arranging the deck chairs on the sinking Titanic, as it contributes nothing to the problems at hand. Your reasons for doing this have to be suspect.

    • Replies: @Toy
  73. Herald says:
    @anastasia

    Barbarian would not be a fitting description of Putin in that instance. He would merely be acting as the bringer of Karma.

  74. Art says:
    @Talha

    “To ask the question is to answer it.”

    Hi Talha — that is a great sentence —- Peace — Art

    • Replies: @anonymous
  75. renfro says:

    Meet the militantly pro-Israel Trump official directing the economic war on Iran

    https://i2.wp.com/thegrayzone.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/Screen-Shot-2019-08-31-at-7.24.14-PM.png?resize=845%2C450&ssl=1

    From her influential post at the Treasury Department, Sigal Mandelker has vowed to defend “our great partner, Israel” by sanctioning Iran. Her actions have resulted in FBI interrogations of US citizens who attended a conference in Iran and the likely liquidation of a bank that partnered with the US government.
    By Max Blumenthal

    This is part one of a two part series on the growing impact of the US economic war on Iran.
    Several US citizens have been questioned by the FBI and threatened with arrest for their participation in New Horizon, a public media conference held each year in Iran.
    The interrogations and threats are the result of orders apparently delivered by Under Secretary for Terrorism and Financial Intelligence Sigal P. Mandelker, a militantly pro-Israel lawyer with longstanding ties to right-wing political networks.
    Mandelker was reportedly involved in brokering the infamous Florida deal that allowed the wealthy child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein to avoid federal charges.
    Since Mandelker’s appointment as Under Secretary of Treasury in 2017, she has been described on pro-Israel news sites as a “former Israeli” and “Israeli-born.”
    Asked by The Grayzone if Mandelker currently holds Israeli citizenship, and if so, whether she was given a special exemption that allowed her to obtain a security clearance, the US Department of Treasury did not reply……https://thegrayzone.com/2019/09/03/pro-israel-sigal-mandelker-fbi-americans-iran/

    • Agree: DESERT FOX
    • Replies: @tac
  76. Quote: ““The United State fully supports Israel’s right to defend itself from imminent threats. ”

    Reply: In a truly just world, this works both ways. Those threatened by the Apartheid State again and again, have an undeniable right to defend themselves against the tyrannic tentacles of Judaic terror [any which way].

  77. Toy says:
    @Herald

    Actually it is very important to prevent these philosemitic CI-tards from hijacking our language.
    Jews attack language like a guided bomb. Because power is the ability to shape belief. If you don’t think that is important, then I don’t know what else to call you apart from a goy.

    • Replies: @Herald
  78. @Rabbitnexus

    ‘…Ignored by the hasbarat is that Iran is the actual target in all those wars and “Israel” is the puppet master in all those cases.’

    Well, not really. I think Israel saw reducing Syria to blood-soaked anarchy and eventual fragmentation as a worthy end in and of itself.

    Of course like so many Israeli schemes it backfired. Desperate to preserve his regime, the secular Assad wound up calling on the Shi’a fundamentalists of Iran to come to his aid — and now the dread Iranians are installed in Syria, and what with their similar gains in Iraq (thanks again to Israel), they now have a land link to the awesome legions of Hezbollah. Add that Russia is now functionally allied with them, and may very well be interested in the possibilities of supply Hezbollah with advanced weaponry.

    It’s all just not working out, is it? The more Israel tightens its grip, the more star systems slip through its fingers.

    • Replies: @anonymous
  79. @renfro

    renfro said: “You know the answer to how to eat a elephant….one bite at a time. OBL is laughing in his grave, mission accomplished….he lured us into the ME jungle.”

    Hey renfro!

    OBL could not lure “us” into the Middle East because the ZUS was already firmly established in the KSA “Holy Land.” Such was probably his greatest complaint against “us,” with of course, “our” endless 💰 support of Israeli apartheid was a close second.*

    Lastly, & I trust you will soon rethink the matter of anyone having lured “us into the ME,”🙄 and such being > than the PNAC/Tel Aviv planning & dictates, the zealous US Neoconservative Executive Branch, and “our” Knesset Congress West is a stretch.

    Thanks, Bro renfro! Fyi, one unfooled & Zio-experienced eats elephant’s best parts, markets unsanctioned tusks, haha, & discards the reset.

    * Post-9/11, the FBI did not name OBL as “Wanted” for doing those terror attacks. Did tRump huntin’ Director Robert Mueller know better at the dreadful Amerikan time?🤔

    • Replies: @renfro
    , @renfro
  80. Herald says:
    @Toy

    Well okay, if you say so.

    • Replies: @Toy
  81. Art says:

    Despair not — there is something we can do today about war.

    If you want NO WAR – then support the only elected official who talks anti-war and anti-MIC.

    Even if you think Tulsi Gabbard is a charlatan – it is wise to support her stance on ending regime change wars. She is the only person on the American scene that can rally people for peace. She can put peace on America’s political table.

    Doubters fear not! Tulsi’s chances of becoming president are ZERO. Clearly the Jews hate and fear her. The last thing they want is someone talking anti-war and building an organization for peace.

    Go to Tulsi 2020 – give her some money and tell her you want more anti-regime-change adds on YouTube and TV.

    • Agree: Colin Wright
  82. @SolontoCroesus

    Thanks S2C! I am glad that you are back as well and look forward to reading more of your excellent research and well thought out posts.

  83. @renfro

    Thanks renfro. I got the BWTTGASO from you many years ago!

    BTW, I got an email from Taxi that you were having trouble signing on to her site. She wants you to send her an email so that she can fix it for you. Apparently, the email address she has for you doesn’t work anymore.

    • Replies: @renfro
  84. Art recommend: “Go to Tulsi 2020 – give her some money…,”

    👍, Art! But can you float me a loan to do so?

  85. @lysias

    But compared with not registering as independent, Republican or Democrat?

  86. Toy says:
    @Herald

    You sound like a chic.

  87. Prior to WW2 Great Britan signed a treaty with Poland pledging to war on Poland’s side if, for what ever reason, Poland declared war on Germany. That was 1939, and we all know how that turned out. It’s now 2019. and I can’t yet determine whether it’s Israel or the US playing the part of 1939 London, and which is playing the part of Poland? Crazy huh?

  88. renfro says:
    @ChuckOrloski

    Lastly, & I trust you will soon rethink the matter of anyone having lured “us into the ME,”🙄 and such being > than the PNAC/Tel Aviv planning & dictates, the zealous US Neoconservative Executive Branch, and “our” Knesset Congress West is a stretch.

    No need to rethink. Although Israel has always been the tar pit for the US It was the ‘propaganda’ that OBL was behind 911 resulted in the Iraq and Afghan invasion and spawned the GWOT that Israel and Saudi have used to create ISI and invade Syria , go after Iran as the leading terrorist sponsor, support the bombing of Yemen on the claim that ALQ was there with the rebels.
    $ 2 trillion and counting , millions dead and we have nothing to show for it except the disgust of most of the world and the hatred of most of the Muslim street in the ME

    Yea, OBL is laughing his ass off……he drew US Jaws in to drown him.

    • Replies: @Robjil
    , @ChuckOrloski
  89. renfro says:
    @Cloak And Dagger

    Thanks CD, I did manage to sign in but now am having the same problem again….but I will figure it out.
    Glad you showed up,,,I was worried about you.

  90. Theodore says:

    Highly recommended:

    Iraq: A War for Israel
    https://www.ihr.org/leaflets/iraqwar.shtml

    Also:

    The ‘War on Terror’ has cost the U.S. nearly $6 trillion
    https://www.businessinsider.com/the-war-on-terror-has-cost-the-us-nearly-6-trillion-2018-11

    Neoconservatism as a Jewish movement
    http://www.kevinmacdonald.net/UnderstandJI-3.htm

  91. Robjil says:
    @renfro

    When the US/Israel empire ends, the world will not shed one tear.

    The Nulandberg trials will began and

    a real “Ode of Joy” will ring throughout the entire earth.

    Well, it has to come to that for the earth to survive.

    • Replies: @renfro
  92. renfro says:
    @ChuckOrloski

    And the drowning goes on…….if OBL wasn’t already dead he would die laughing.

    Even as the US launched strikes against al-Qaeda leaders in Syria this weekend, the Pentagon is warning Russia to stop its own bombing in Idlib http://almon.co/393l
    https://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/originals/2019/09/us-call-russia-cease-idlib-fight-syria-strikes.html

  93. “Israel’s Many Wars”

    And there are more wars to come.

    Pre-emptive war is organized mass-murder. But this is the Israeli game plan.

    The Zionist state wants Syria dismantled–by any means necessary–and there’s more after that.

    The Zionists who dominate Washington want Lebanon chopped up and divided as well. Egypt must remain a Zio-American puppet state, and the same goes for Jordan. Dominate, conquer, divide and rule.

    All threats to Zionist hegemony in the Middle East must be confronted aggressively. And defeated. These are the unwritten objectives that steer US foreign policy.

    Israel’s dirty work has a big and ugly future. America is their designated war horse. That’s the situation.

    We must stop them.

    • Agree: DESERT FOX
    • Replies: @frankie p
  94. NewAnon says:

    Breitbart the Zionist mouthpiece tries to drum up support for Israhell every single day. On a daily basis there is at least one article on the mideast, whining about Israhell’s victim status in the hands of “Muslim terrorists”.

    The response from their readership is always muted. The commenters know that anyone who so much as says the word “Jew” will immediately be ghosted on that website, shut down, every msg deleted as soon as it is posted.

    Trump knows that if he goes to war with Iran, he will lose 2020. And if Jews think there is hate crime against them now, they ain’t seeing nothing yet. Any new war that the US gets into in the mideast will be immediately blamed on Israhell and hatred against Jews will be unleashed like nothing they’ve ever seen.

    OTOH, maybe that’s just what we need to wake America up and see clearly who our real enemy is.

  95. bjondo says:
    @9/11 Inside job

    Few more rat thugs before they pass to hell
    from the hell they have created…for others:

    Richard Perle (aka Darth Greaseball)
    Dov Zakheim (I shipped the money)
    all the Kagans
    all the Wurmers
    Daniel Pipes
    Isidore Lewis Libby
    Douglas Feith
    Saul PussyOwitz
    Thomas Gopher Friedman

  96. @renfro

    renfro said: “Yea, OBL is laughing his ass off……he drew US Jaws in to drown him.”

    Hey renfro.

    Being dead prior to Larry Silverstein’s directive to “pull it,” WTC7,😏 and the Obama adminiZration’s having tossed Navy Seals reputation into the sea,🤫 oh yeah, OBL’s dead ass exhausted laughter as did Braveheart’s to the Crown.

    Thanks renfro, “good night Amerika,” & good luck.*

    * The combined wisdom of P.G. and E. Murrow.

  97. tac says:
    @renfro

    And car to guess what type of certain people filled this sensitive position since its inception in the George W Bush regime? (and who currently commandeer its power for a foreign entity)”

    Stuart Levey, followed by David Cohen, succeeded by Adam Szubin, and now Sigal P. Mandelker.

    This position oversees, inter alia, the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) and the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN). OFAC places sanctions on organizations and individuals. FinCEN has access to the U.S. National Security Agency’s Signals Intelligence Network

    http://www.renegadetribune.com/israeli-born-deputy-treasury-secretary-at-the-center-of-trumps-financial-terrorism-policy/

    • Agree: renfro
  98. renfro says:
    @Kirt

    If Cook is right and I think he is from keeping up with the maneuvering in the Isr election…..then Israel is eating itself…..that is bad for the ME short term but good in long term as it will implode in a way that will force the world to do something about it.

    How Israel’s Religious Right is Now in the Driving Seat
    Next month’s election is not a contest between the right and centre-left. It’s a battle between different nationalist camps
    by Jonathan Cook / September 2nd, 2019

    Yossi Gurvitz, an Israeli journalist and researcher on religious extremism, said the rise of the religious right was an indication of wider shifts in Israeli society.
    “Israel is getting more religious, and its religious parties are getting more extreme, while much of what’s left of Israeli society is becoming more militantly secular in response,” he told Middle East Eye. “Israel is polarising, and each side is increasingly intolerant of the other.”
    An overwhelming majority of right-wing Israelis – 79 percent – view Jews as the chosen people, and a similar number, 74 percent, believe Israel exists by divine promise.
    “If you think Israel is religious, conservative and hawkish enough as it is, wait for the fundamentalist theocracy that’s lurking around the corner,” the paper’s analyst Chemi Shalev concluded.

    “The ‘peoplehood nationalists’ are not interested in universal values. They think the Jewish people are special, and that they have extra rights as Jews. Any religious sentiments they harbour are subservient to this idea of peoplehood,” he said

  99. renfro says:
    @Robjil

    As an American I am all for the end of US Empire ….so the ‘country’ can be reborn.

    • Agree: Robjil
    • Replies: @Cloak And Dagger
  100. Sean says:
    @Talha

    https://www.middleeastmonitor.com/20190226-speculation-about-an-iran-egypt-rapprochement/

    Iranian media has recently reported that a political convergence between Iran and Egypt is becoming more possible after nearly 40 years of estrangement.

    On 11 February, the Iranian Interests Office in Cairo hosted a celebration for the first time in years to mark the 40th anniversary of the Iranian revolution. At the time, Iranian media reported that Egyptian Deputy Foreign Minister Khaled Tharwat attended the celebration.

    So much for that explanation. Morsi was overthrown in a struggle for domestic power. Anyway the idea that Israel had any way to could topple the Egyption government to put Morsi in power in the first place let alone then turn on a dime and remove him is simply absurd. You might as well say they control the Iranian government. Even single neighbour of Assad loathed his regieme.

    Saddam hated the Assads even though they were Bathists like him. Neighbours hate one another, and if they have a problem blame each other. Rand Paul can explain this to you.

  101. tac says:

    Hezbollah has responded and posted a video of two kornet (anti tank) missiles hitting a wolf Israeli military vehicle (all the while Israel denies this and claims to have ‘staged’ a fake rescue operation air lifting the injured IDF soldiers to fool Hezbollah). What does one believe? … hmm:

    #Lebanese resistance shows missile strike on #zionist military vehicle, after #Netanyahu regime denies there were casualties. New rules of engagement.

    September 2, 2019 Arabi Souri Israel, Lebanon, Syria 0
    Hezbollah operation in retaliation Netanyahu aggression

    The Lebanese resistance movement Hezbollah aired the footage of its yesterday’s operation after enormous efforts by the Israeli military, its politicians, and its media, and on top of them its embattled Prime Minister Netanyahu to discredit Hezbollah’s claims of blowing up an IDF terrorist vehicle in its operation.

    The video with high resolution shows clearly the settlement of Avivim, its military base, the narrator describes the settlement and the base in details counting its sections, who operates inside, and their numbers, and who heads it.
    Video also available on BitChute:



    Then, the video shows how the Israeli IDF terrorists tried to baffle Hezbollah by planting military vehicles with dummies inside and where the vehicles were parked in front of the base.

    Civilian vehicles passing by are also shown clearly from the firing point where a Hezbollah fighter appears next to his Kornet battery, then appears the targeted military vehicle. The brand is WOLF armored vehicle moving upwards away from the firing point which proves it was a manned vehicle and not empty.

    Seconds later, Hezbollah fighter fires his Kornet missile after locking on the military vehicle and the narrator says that two missiles were fired at the vehicle to confirm its destruction and the other missile appears approaching the vehicle from the left of the screen.

    Impact and the vehicle go into a fireball, clear destruction. One of the firing points is 1.5 kilometers far from the borders with Lebanon, and the second at around 4 kilometers.

    https://www.syrianews.cc/hezbollah-aired-its-operation-yesterday-debunking-israel-lies/

  102. To suggest that it is Israel or The “Jews” alone who want war with Iran is childish. Yes, they play a huge part in it. But it always comes back around to $$$.

    Capitalism>Imperialism>Zionism>Globalism = Global monopoly and control of all resources in a few private hands, hegemony over the world economies, by way of the capitalists control over the United States, NATO, Israel and other “allies” foreign policy/military. This is the goal of capitalism, single world monopoly.

    Smedley Butler told us this long ago. Nothing has changed.

    https://www.globalresearch.ca/preparing-for-world-war-iii-targeting-iran/20403

    Fuck the DNC for what they did to Tulsi, that BS will cost them big time.

  103. Walter says:

    “MENE, MENE, TEKEL, UPHARSIN” (the capitalization is traditional, not intended as shouting (well maybe originally at Belshazzar’s digs). see the wiki for details if you do not know the story…

    God has numbered Belshazzar’s days, he has been weighed and found wanting, and his kingdom will be given to the Medes and the Persians. (Daniel says to the foolish king…)

    When empires have to make war against innocents, after awhile they lose all support and wealth…then they are lost…and collapse follows as night the day.

    Smart rulers avoid stupid wars. Of course if they’re under the control of a treasonous 5th column it might be argued that the empire is already dead, merely an animated simulacrum functioning to liquidate the treasuries.

    Empires, and States, live by their institutions…Boeing is one US institution…Moon of Alabama has shown (today, again) that it is essentially moribund. Walking dead…

    • Replies: @Sean
  104. Talha says:
    @Sean

    So much for that explanation.

    Well let’s wait it out and see how far this gets first.

    simply absurd.

    I agree. Colin said she had boasted about doing it not that she actually did.

    I think a lot of it had to do with Gulf Arab alignment against Iran:
    “The kingdom has backed its words with money, and oil. It has already put together an $12bn (£7.7bn) aid package along with the UAE and Kuwait which is four times as much as the military and economic grants from the US and the EU combined ($1.5bn and $1.3bn respectively). On his return from meeting the French president at the weekend, the foreign minister, Saudi al-Faisal, vowed to compensate Egypt for any loss of EU or US money.”
    https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2013/aug/20/saudi-arabia-coup-egypt

    So it’ll be interesting which way this new Egypt/Iran friendliness plays out.

    Peace.

  105. @Sean

    /So much for that explanation./

    Not much but a perfunctory gesture thus far.

    I might believe that something more is in the works when we witness Sisi bin Yehuda willing to go to the same lengths as Morsi was. After all, an uncle that worked for the Haganah remains more than just your average red flag, don’t you think?

  106. Sean says:
    @Alden

    The militaristic patriarchy religious right getting the US into war used to be Catholics, now those have apparently disappeared and only the Evangelicals are significant, Pence switched from being a Catholic very late out of pure political opportunism . I don’t believe a word of this Christian Fundamentalists Israel Lobby trope . Mearsheimer and Walt had a little bit on the astounding lack of lobbying to back up supposed massive pro Israel Christian biblical Armageddonite influence on policy, and there really is less than almost anyone would think possible considering how much we hear about it. Though none dare say it, the Israel Lobby is >90% Jews, with Hagee and similar flamboyant performers given extreme prominence to screen the real machine from view when the public is begining to suspect the awful truth. And everyone’s self preservation makes them exaggerate the importance of the Hagee types

    Yes, Hagee was wheeled on for a supposed keynote speech at Aipac as if he is important and got a standing ovation, but even in Bush’ the Younger’s administration the official scoffed at Fundamentalists as “the nuts”. Hagee is twice married a, and it is difficult to take them seriously as anything but opportunists. A never Trumper turned toady, Pense had to win the White House Apprentice to become Trump’s, gopher because, Pense does not represent any power base. Pence’s Evangelism stemmed from self aggrandisement while Pompeo’s came from the same along with him remarrying. Israeli would be terrified and try to reign him in if Pence became President and started taking all that Final Battle then the Rapture bullcrap seriously.

  107. Sean says:
    @Walter

    Egypt has been bought off by America, it is effectively out of the antiIsrael alliance. Nasser expended considerable resources on a abortive military initiative in Yemen, so Egypt has a certain geopolitical interest in the current Iranian effort.

    Smart rulers avoid stupid wars.

    Would that it were so simple; the instincts (algorithms) governing human reaction would be very different, because those exercising forbearance would have long ago become the overwhelming majority. Such is not the case and we all are hypersensitive to any affont, which suggests that people who waited until there was a good reason to fight rather than waiting until they had the wherewithal to win and then making up an excuse to attack all got liquidated. Nation states are like living things which can pursue predatory, neutral (tit for tat) or forgiving strategies , and the dictates of realism require that the strongest power is the most aggressive. Use it or lose it.

    Rand Paul kept his lawn cropped short but did not prune his trees. As a result he was mowing when he got attacked on his own property in a gated community by a retired doctor, who just happened to be a pain specialist. Although reported to have suffered no serious injuries, Rand had several ribs dislocated causing extreme discomfort that left him unable to sleep, pneumonia, and the loss of part of his lung.

  108. frankie p says:
    @mark green

    Well Mark, it seems that the Shiites are doing all the heavy lifting with regards to stopping them, and we ain’t doing shite. Perhaps we should offer our services to Nasrallah, Assad and Khameni. They are proving significantly more effective at stopping the Israeli game plan than any armchair Americans, myself and yourself included. How can we help these forces? How can we contribute? How can we join their resistance? It’s becoming clear that Christian Arabs in Lebanon are supporting Hezbollah. Nasrallah is a man who grew up in a neighborhood that was well balanced among Christians, Sunnites and Shiites. Let’s build a coalition of the willing.

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
  109. anonymous[308] • Disclaimer says:
    @c matt

    I have no problem with Israel doing whatever it thinks is in Israel’s best interest.

    Given the unabashed Greed and Psychopathy of your kind, as your rulers have plundered the world for centuries, thus benefiting you too (which would be in your “best interest,” right?), you would say something like that, wouldn’t you?

    You perhaps think of yourself as a worldly-wise reasonable man, but you are just another supremacist asshole.

    It is all about taking a stand either on the right, or wrong… beep-er.

  110. anonymous[308] • Disclaimer says:
    @bucky

    Won’t those lowlifes have their hands full warding-off Hezbollah’s missile rain?

    Oh God, please let it be true that Hezbollah does have that capability.

  111. anonymous[308] • Disclaimer says:
    @Art

    He certainly did not concoct it.

  112. anonymous[308] • Disclaimer says:
    @Colin Wright

    Add that Russia is now functionally allied with them, and may very well be interested in the possibilities of supply Hezbollah with advanced weaponry

    Huh? Russia as an ally of the Iranians… Hezbollah? Am I comprehending that right?

    No offence at all, for the reasonable man that you are, but that is simply naive. Sorry.

    Russia would never allow any harm to come to Israevil.

    https://eurasiafuture.com/2019/04/12/putinyahus-rusrael/

    Russia’s support of Israevil, hindoo-supremacist India, etc., makes it clear that Putin is as rotten (ok, a tad less) as all other imperialists. I was hoping he would be a better balancer, but…

    • Replies: @follyofwar
    , @ChuckOrloski
  113. GMJ says: • Website

    In history, when Britain and France guaranteed Poland in 1939, and Nazi Germany invaded nonetheless, World War Two kicked off. I wonder if history is repeating here. Same mistakes as always. Giving that kind of power to the Jewish State is insanity but then again it controls the US Foreign Policy. How many Americans will die? GMJ

  114. @frankie p

    Responding to another thought provoking comment by Mark Green, frankie P wisely took matters to another startling level, & worth REPEATING, he emphasized:
    “… it seems that the Shiites are doing all the heavy lifting with regards to stopping them, and we ain’t doing shite. Perhaps we should offer our services to Nasrallah, Assad and Khameni. They are proving significantly more effective at stopping the Israeli game plan than any armchair Americans, myself and yourself included. How can we help these forces? How can we contribute? How can we join their resistance?”

    Hey frankie P!

    Oh man. You took my “armchair” tap-tap resistance upon iPhone keyboard to a higher level. Yes & praise be to your crisp thinking, I am humbled. Thanks, I downed your tough medicine.

    As you are likely aware, fighting jihad & captured by US forces in Afghanistan, 2001, a principled California homeboy, John Walker Lindh, did time in a Florida-based Max Security Federal prison, released this year, and PreZident Bonespur* proclaimed, “I don’t like that.”

    Well, frankie P, & openly addressing The Chosen Donald J., I really like Steve Earle’s ballad, “John Walker Blues,” linked below, along with riveting photos of the captured young American.

    * Counterpunch editor J. St. Clair created the appropos name, “President Bonespur” who has Amerika captive to wars for Israel.

  115. @Sean

    So much for that explanation. Morsi was overthrown in a struggle for domestic power. Anyway the idea that Israel had any way to could topple the Egyption government to put Morsi in power in the first place let alone then turn on a dime and remove him is simply absurd.

    It was not absurd at all. Morsi was a compromised candidate after the real candidate Khairat el-Shater was disqualified. Morsi was a weakling who was double minded.

    He was brought in to prove to the populations of Monarch Countries that Democracy is bad and not allowed in Islam. One Caliph to rule them all or each Monarch to rule his nest. Morsi never did let out the Gazans’ out. He kept closed the Rafah Border crossings…..

    So much for a Muslim Brotherhood candidate or El Sisi being Muslim Brotherhood!

    For Muslims the yearning for democracy is over…..

    • Replies: @Sean
  116. @anonymous

    I hope that you are wrong about Putin and that there are other considerations involved. Still, if Russia was in Syria to keep the peace and to ensure that the secular Assad Govt. remains in power, why are they not shooting down Israeli drones and bombers? What has happened to its fabled S-400’s? Are they even being used? If Israel loses a few of its fighter pilots they might think twice about entering Syrian airspace. Playground bullies like Netanyahu need to get their noses bloodied and their arms broken. I’m starting to wonder why Putin sent troops to Syria in the first place if he wasn’t going to allow them to get the job done.

    • Replies: @DESERT FOX
  117. Given a factual basis of VT editor Gordon Duff’s “Nuclear 9/11 can no longer be ignored,”🤔 it is truly killing all Americans except, of course, those high ranking Shabbos goy authorities including PreZident Trump & the supportive Jewish Corporate Media which ensures my “Homeland’s” gradual & engineered killing. Please consider the article, linked below? *

    https://www.veteranstoday.com/2019/09/03/neo-nuclear-9-11-can-no-longer-be-ignored-it-is-killing-us-all/

    * After Philip Giraldi had signaled me to be cautious with some VT featured articles, I offered this comment with respect of the truth & a measure of trepidation. Thanks for the hearing!

  118. Mr. Giraldi promotes Pat Buchanan as a supremely brave man unafraid to tell the truth about Jewish power controlling the USA. Perhaps that is only partly true. I read all of Buchanan’s twice-weekly columns, and it seems to me that America-first Pat is pulling his punches to an extent, perhaps in order to keep his columns printed in mags like “The American Conservative.”

    Pat is certainly not on the same level of fearless honesty as Mr. Giraldi, nor Paul Craig Roberts, for that matter. I have read many of his excellent books, but have become disillusioned with Buchanan, who always comes back to his Zionest-infested GOP home come election time.

    BTW, Mr. Giraldi, I dropped my subscription to “American Conservative” after they fired you, and have never read that rag since.

  119. @follyofwar

    Check southfront.org, Russian special forces are now fighting in Syria and taking care of the zio/US and Israels and zio/Britains terrorists creations aka AL CIADA aka ISIS and are eliminating dozens of these terrorists.

    The zio/US has bases in Syria to supply AL CIADA aka ISIS and the zio/US air forces act as the AL CIADA airforce, bombing civilians and infastructure in Syria, in support of the terrorists, so that makes the zio/US a terrorist nation in support of terrorist Israels agenda of a zionist greater Israel, aka the destruction of the mideast!

  120. Sean says:
    @Assad al-islam

    https://www.npr.org/2019/07/04/733487137/i-want-to-get-the-hell-out-of-here-thousands-of-palestinians-are-leaving-gaza

    Absent official emigration statistics, experts in Gaza estimate 35,000 to 40,000 Gazans have left since mid-2018 Many make their way deeper into Europe; Belgium and Norway are popular destinations.

    Hamas has arrested and interrogated critics and beaten protesters in Gaza, and Abu Sada says some Palestinians who make it to Europe seek asylum, claiming they faced harassment at home.

    • Replies: @Assad al-islam
    , @anonymous
  121. @anonymous

    I do not completely buy anonymous # 308 that “Putin is as rotten (ok, a tad less) as all other imperialists.”

    Nonetheless, the powerful President Vladimir Putin’s implementation of Russia’s M.E. foreign policy is accountable to domestic Jewish oligarchs, and he knows how nasty can get the international Jewish mafia toward “backsliders.”

    Call that “rotten”? 🤔 Okay, okay, # 308. But the worst I can project is that President Putin is an unorthodox “Globalist” who does not cotton to do the N.W.O., imperialist One World Government, in the way which ZUS and Likud Israel demands. Uh, it seems France’s Globalist Macron is listening!

    Problematically, tRump and Netanyahu require Greater Israel hegemony within the umbrella of One World Government. (Zigh)

    Like # 308, I too “was hoping he (Putin) would be a better balancer,” but HOPE & faith is all Palestinians and Islamic neighbors of Israel got; especially the Supremacist Jew targeted Iraq, Syria, and Lebanon.

    • Agree: DESERT FOX
  122. @Sean

    Dear Sean,

    Any new from Mass Media, I take it with a fistful of salt. Believe me that Sayyid NasrAllah always keeps his words, being a direct descended of Prophet Mohammad. When that happens you will find bunch of rats abandoning the ship and migrating to Europe. Germany is already relaxing the rules on citizenship for those Jews who migrated. With so many migration to Europe, the people will have to assimilate or become ghetto dwellers. There will be no more separate Jewish identity. Muslims who don’t want to assimilate, will have a choice to go back to their home countries if they so desire!

    The second or third generations always assimilate!

  123. anon[117] • Disclaimer says:

    From her influential post at the Treasury Department, Sigal Mandelker has vowed to defend “our great partner, Israel” by sanctioning Iran. Her actions have resulted in FBI interrogations of US citizens who attended a conference in Iran and the likely liquidation of a bank that partnered with the US government.
    By Max Blumenthal
    The interrogations and threats are the result of orders apparently delivered by Under Secretary for Terrorism and Financial Intelligence Sigal P. Mandelker, a militantly pro-Israel lawyer with longstanding ties to right-wing political networks.
    Mandelker was reportedly involved in brokering the infamous Florida deal that allowed the wealthy child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein to avoid federal charges.
    Since Mandelker’s appointment as Under Secretary of Treasury in 2017, she has been described on pro-Israel news sites as a “former Israeli” and “Israeli-born.”
    Asked by The Grayzone if Mandelker currently holds Israeli citizenship, and if so, whether she was given a special exemption that allowed her to obtain a security clearance, the US Department of Treasury did not reply.
    https://thegrayzone.com/2019/09/03/pro-israel-sigal-mandelker-fbi-americans-iran/

    The price the Jewish people exact from the host country can not be measured .It is primitive cave dwelling instinct where each and anything outside the cave of the “Jewish mind of home” is a prey There the moral anchor of humanity ceases to exist letting the boat of the vice and orgy sail freely in the cesspool of decay and destruction .

    • Replies: @Art
  124. anonymous[337] • Disclaimer says:
    @Sean

    35,000 to 40,000 Gazans have left since mid-2018

    how do Palestinians get out of Gaza?

    Has Israel sent a contingent of 1000 IDF to Gaza to assist emigration, as they did in Honduras?

    https://www.telesurenglish.net/news/1000-Israeli-Soldiers-To-Arrive-in-Honduras-to-Train-Troops-Police-on-Border-Protection-20190506-0014.html

    • Replies: @Art
  125. Art says:
    @anonymous

    Has Israel sent a contingent of 1000 IDF to Gaza to assist emigration, as they did in Honduras?

    How do the Jews do it — somehow they manage to produce thousand and thousands of mean cruel males eager to coerce humanity.

    Is something wrong with Jew motherhood? It seems like they beat empathy for humanity out of their boys. They teach then to be greedy, dishonest, and mean. They pump their Jewish boys up with mendacious Big Jew wannabe dreams.

    Hmm — what is to be done – where does this inferiority come from – is it Jew mothers, or is it Jew DNA?

    Think Peace — Do No Harm — Art

  126. Art says:
    @anon

    The price the Jewish people exact from the host country can not be measured .It is primitive cave dwelling instinct where each and anything outside the cave of the “Jewish mind of home” is a prey.

    It appears that the pseudo godly Zionist Trinity (US, UK, and Israel) is in difficulty. Trump, Johnson, and Netanyahu are all in election trouble. Johnson and Netanyahu could be gone in a matter of weeks. And who wants four more years of Trump tweet government?

    It is penetrating human consciousness that Big Jew central banking is behind the world’s troubles.

    The world is getting its back up against the Zionist machine.

    Think Peace — Art

  127. anon[337] • Disclaimer says:
    @Art

    just had a terrifying thought

    what if China retaliates against all the crap that USA has thrown at it
    by expanding its partnerships with Jews/Israel and setting Israelis / Jews in full charge of a prostrate USA?
    for the duration of the Chinese Century?

    I going to send my 2-year old grandkids letter blocks and picture books on How to Speak and Write Mandarin

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
  128. annamaria says:
    @Biff

    “The Official Story of the Collapse of WTC Building 7 Lies in Ruins,” by Paul Craig Roberts: https://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2019/09/04/the-official-story-of-the-collapse-of-wtc-building-7-lies-in-ruins/?

    “The principal conclusion of our study is that fire did not cause the collapse of WTC 7 on 9/11, contrary to the conclusions of NIST and private engineering firms that studied the collapse. The secondary conclusion of our study is that the collapse of WTC 7 was a global failure involving the near-simultaneous failure of every column in the building.”

    Notice three things: (1) it has taken 18 years to get a real investigation of the destruction of a building blamed on Muslim terrorists, (2) the only way “near-simultaneous failure of every column in the building” can occur is through controlled demolition, and (3) this remarkable finding is not reported in the presstitute media.

    The Wars for Eretz Israel had been initiated immediately after 9/1, before any investigation took part. Millions of the innocent were slaughtered in the Middle East because of “existential threat to Israel,” and more wars for Israel are on the horizon.

    Max Blumenthal: https://thegrayzone.com/2019/09/03/pro-israel-sigal-mandelker-fbi-americans-iran/

    From her influential post at the [US] Treasury Department, Sigal Mandelker has vowed to defend “our great partner, Israel” by sanctioning Iran. Her actions have resulted in FBI interrogations of US citizens who attended a conference in Iran…

    Sigal P. Mandelker is a militantly pro-Israel lawyer … Mandelker was reportedly involved in brokering the infamous Florida deal that allowed the wealthy child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein to avoid federal charges.

    Since Mandelker’s appointment as Under Secretary of Treasury in 2017, she has been described on pro-Israel news sites as a “former Israeli” and “Israeli-born.”

    • Agree: ChuckOrloski
    • Replies: @Art
  129. annamaria says:
    @anon

    The Jewish State desires the destruction of Syria and the slaughter of Syrian populations en masse.
    The Israelis have proclaimed that they prefer ISIS to a peaceful and prosperous Syria, particularly if Syrians are being helped by Iran in a fight against fanatical jihadis: https://www.timesofisrael.com/yaalon-i-would-prefer-islamic-state-to-iran-in-syria/

    • Agree: DESERT FOX, Colin Wright
  130. @anon

    ‘…I going to send my 2-year old grandkids letter blocks and picture books on How to Speak and Write Mandarin’

    There are worse ideas. China contains 20% of humanity, an even larger percentage of that portion of humanity with three-digit IQ’s, and it’s reasonably well-governed.

    China’s going to be a big player. There was a blip from about 1800 a.d. to 2000 a.d. where China wasn’t a big player.

    That blip is over now. It’s silly to pretend otherwise. Sometimes, facts should be accepted.

  131. @Art

    Art reasonably observed: “It appears that the pseudo godly Zionist Trinity (US, UK, and Israel) is in difficulty. Trump, Johnson, and Netanyahu are all in election trouble.”

    Hi Art,

    Re; above, Oh, yea, it does appear that the “Zionist Trinity” is in difficulty, but by keeping the Protocols of Zion script immortal,👺 Bojo, Netanyahu, and tRump are useful but replaceable parts.

    Likely Fake News,🙄, but fyi & linked below is a NYT article which projects Netanyahu’s reelection as uncertain, an Avigdor Lieberman Likud challenge looming,👺 and the writer emphasized how “frantic” was Netanyahu when tRump announced willingness to talk with Iran.

    (Zigh) Allegedly, 🙄 sassy Bibi tried to directly call tRump & discuss the rather untypical & sane matter of “talking” to the PNAC’s primary target Iran, but he could not get The Chosen One on the phone.

    Thanks & my respect, Art! Btw, any idea wherefore my good Lady RobinG? God bless & save her(!), and is she stumping for Tulsi 2020?

    https://www.nytimes.com/2019/09/04/world/middleeast/netanyahu-israel-election.html

    • Replies: @Art
  132. Art says:

    what if China retaliates against all the crap that USA has thrown at it
    by expanding its partnerships with Jews/Israel and setting Israelis / Jews in full charge of a prostrate USA?
    for the duration of the Chinese Century?

    anon[337],

    Excellent points – have had those same thoughts. The Jews and the Chinese are very much alike. They are an ancient tribal peoples with a giant superiority chip on their shoulders. They both love money, are greedy, and tend to be dishonest. They both are incapable of seeing their own faults.

    Together they could be very dangerous for humanity. Jew central bankers and Chinese government manufacturing could control the world. They both are heavily into digital spying on EVERYONE.

    I fear that their tribalness will have to be defeated in a total economic war – just as the Germans and Japanese had to be defeated. This would require that the Jew banking system catastrophically fail. That means the US dollar as king, coming to an end.

    Perhaps private blockchain accounting, crypto currencies, and gold and silver as money – can come to the rescue?

    Think Peace — Art

    • Replies: @anon
  133. Art says:
    @annamaria

    Since Mandelker’s appointment as Under Secretary of Treasury in 2017, she has been described on pro-Israel news sites as a “former Israeli” and “Israeli-born.”

    annamaria,

    Sorry, but it beyond me, how anyone can still support Trump. His unquestioned support of the Jews is criminal.

    Do No Harm — Art

    p.s. Jew MSM “fake news” deflects attention away from themselves onto Russia.

    p.s. How many Russians has Trump put in high places in the US government.

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
  134. Art says:
    @ChuckOrloski

    Btw, any idea wherefore my good Lady RobinG? God bless & save her(!), and is she stumping for Tulsi 2020?

    Hi Chuck,

    Gee – I hope everything is OK with RobinG. Have not received a reply from her about Tulsi 2020 for some time.

    RobinG has a lot of energy – it would be good for all if she took up the Tulsi 2020 cause.

    Peace — Art

    p.s. I read the NYT’s article (they let me read it all) – the guys who want to replace Netanyahu, boast about killing even more Palestinians. What a country!

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
  135. Sean says:

    Bush the Elder did not rely of Jewish advisors and how did that go? If Bush the Elder had not stopped after expelling Iraqi forces from Kuwait, but went on to smash the Iraqi regieme of Saddam, then there would have been no need for an American Army in Saudi Arabia and no issue for Osama bin Laden to mount his 9/11 attack over. The Islamic revolutionary regieme in Iran cannot be trusted with a nuclear weapons and more than Saddam could not be trusted not to attack Saudi Arabia. The Iranian are building a bomb and we have no idea what their intentions are or may become in the future. Iran will have to be crushed before it gets a bomb, so let’s just do it and get it over with. After Trump wins a second term he will give the order, if he is wise.

    • Troll: Zumbuddi, ChuckOrloski
    • Replies: @Art
    , @Colin Wright
  136. Art says:
    @Sean

    Iran will have to be crushed before it gets a bomb, so let’s just do it and get it over with.

    Who is “let’s”?

    If one American dies in what you propose – YOU will be held responsible.

    Think Peace!

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
    , @Sean
  137. anon[337] • Disclaimer says:
    @Art

    Disagree with most of your judgments.

    Your parallel-comparison of Chinese and Jews is fundamentally flawed:
    Jews are wanderers; Chinese are not.
    Jewish “history” is based on equal parts myth and bullshit; Chinese history is real.
    Jews tend to parasitize whatever state they decide shall be their host (willingly or otherwise); I don’t know much Chinese history, but to the best of my knowledge, they tend to rely on their own efforts and accomplishments.

    Ever wonder if someday some powerful force decided that whatever nation you call home, Art, and where you raise your family, “has to be defeated” in a war of one sort or another?

    Your children’s futures shattered.
    All you have accomplished and hoped to pass along — destroyed or lost or taken for the possession of another?

    You’re a bible-thumper, right, Art? Do I recall something about a mote and a beam —

    • Agree: annamaria, Alden
    • Replies: @Kolya Krassotkin
    , @Art
  138. @Art

    Art said: “I read the NYT’s article (they let me read it all) – the guys who want to replace Netanyahu, boast about killing even more Palestinians. What a country!”

    Am wondering if the Land of Bilk & Money’s “Blue & White Party” killer candidate for Prime SINister, Benji Gantz, is still in the hunt?

    The extraordinary stained Labor Party, Ehud Barak, appears morso stained by his partnership with the perditious & alleged dead🤔🤔🤔 Epstein.
    And such loathsome stained-status places Ehud in strong contention to replace Bibi The Likud Killer.

    Yes, & despite how my Lady RobinG profiled me as… oh fuck, I forgot what nasty nickname it was, but, haha, I really welcome her return. No doubt, RobinG does have surplus “energy,” and God willin’, I can take lots more jolts for The Peace of The Christ Cause.👍!

    Thanks & my respect, Art.

  139. @Sean

    ‘…Iran will have to be crushed before it gets a bomb, so let’s just do it and get it over with…’

    You’re vermin.

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
  140. @Art

    ‘…If one American dies in what you propose – YOU will be held responsible.

    Think Peace!’

    Fuck peace — but fuck Sean too.

  141. @Art

    ‘…Sorry, but it beyond me, how anyone can still support Trump. His unquestioned support of the Jews is criminal…’

    I support Trump because the alternative is worse. It’s like picking Goering over Himmler.

  142. @Art

    ‘…The world is getting its back up against the Zionist machine…

    One hopes. There is always much to irritate — but Jesus, Israel takes the cake.

    I’m always torn. On the one hand, I want to live long enough to see an end to that abomination. On the other hand, when it comes, will I be able to say I did all I could to help destroy it?

  143. @Colin Wright

    Colin Wright bluntly profiled Sean very well, and saith to him: “You’re vermin.”

    Dear Colin,

    I feel bad by having to repeat that one is well served by measures designed to boycott & desist from engaging Sean’s low level hasbara/troll comments.

    Oh fuck, my above sentence is prolix. So just do what needs to be done in order to put “vermin” outta’ your mind.*

    Thanks, & my respect, Bro Colin.

    * Didn’t the late-great George Carlin say something about, er, “if ‘ya don’t like nonsense on TV, simply turn it off.”

    • Agree: Robjil
  144. @anon

    If there really were a chosen people, (there isn’t), it would be the Chinese. They are a nation that proveably goes back to the dawn of time, and they are as numberless as the stars in heaven. Most of Jewish history, including the Old Testament, is half truths and bulls***, which can’t stand up to serious scrutiny.

    Happily with the rise of the www, (thank you, Al Gore), that is becoming common knowledge.

    • Replies: @annamaria
  145. anon[113] • Disclaimer says:
    @c matt

    So you’re just fine with Israel cheering the destruction of the Twin Towers! Lovely treason.

    Newly Released FBI Docs Shed Light on Apparent Mossad Foreknowledge of 9/11 Attacks
    https://www.mintpressnews.com/newly-released-fbi-docs-shed-light-on-apparent-mossad-foreknowledge-of-9-11-attacks/258581/

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
  146. @anon

    Hey anon # 113,

    Great job in dealing with c Matt, 113. Thanks.

    Fyi, Wounded Warriors project is apparently pretty cool with the “dancing Israelis” ritual and unaccountable behavior. 👺

    (Zigh) With stupefying frequency, my Zionized “Homeland’s” cable TV is reprising the W.W.’s 2018 commercial, linked below, and fyr.

    • Replies: @anon
  147. Sean says:
    @Art

    Afghanistan was a completely unnecessary war. It only happened because Saudi Arabia needed an American army stationed there to protect the Saudi after Saddam was left in power after his forces were ejected from Kuwait. George HW Bush and his non Jewish advisors had decided to stop 150 miles of Baghdad and withdraw instead of pressing on and finishing Saddam off for good. They allowed Saddam a limited liability aggressive war: it’s an amazing concept.

    Iran with a nuclear weapon is like Iraq with a Saddam in charge. There is no telling what stupidity they will try. They cannot accept that their humiliated position in a world of superpowers. They keep trying to extend their influence and complaining they are being picked on, but all the while they are developing nuclear weapons as fast as they can, and when they have them they will become impossible to control. Its not a choice between people dying or not. Saddam should have been removed in 1991, and people would have been killed, but fewer than did when he eventually had to be. Afghanistan was a completely unnecessary war as already explained above.

  148. @Lot

    Lot
    Before you make any comments, wipe-off the map of israel* from your face.

    *Not recognized as a state by the full assembly of UN

  149. anon[113] • Disclaimer says:
    @ChuckOrloski

    Also weird that “Talha” agreed with that shit. Was that feigned indifference? I’m not sure what’s creepier, pretending to be disinterested, or actually being so. Maybe he thought he was only agreeing with the second part, but then that’s careless.

    • Agree: ChuckOrloski
    • Replies: @Talha
  150. Art says:
    @anon

    Your parallel-comparison of Chinese and Jews is fundamentally flawed

    Of course, there are differences – it is their outlook on the world and how they treat their own, that is parallel – not their histories.

    Chinese culture and Jew culture are similar in that what motivates them is analogous. Both are old world tribes, who desire not to modernize their tribal cultures. They are insular – they put up walls to the world. Internally they rule people harshly. They have class systems. Both have over developed spying.

    For all their thousands of years, neither culture has created anything of lasting practical value. They have no great institutions. In China only the Great Wall exists today, practically everything else is Western derived. The Jews have nothing to show for their thousands of years – just misplaced anger and nukes. In all that time, what have the Chinese learned, today they have a new “emperor for life.” (China, still born again.)

    Both tribes produce individuals who are greedy, dishonest, and unwilling to admit tribal wrong. They have a victim mentality that allows their unethical behavior.

    p.s. I am not a bible pounder – the old testament is BS – I am a Christian idealist who attempts to live the words of Jesus.

    • Replies: @annamaria
  151. @Sean

    ‘…Iran with a nuclear weapon is like Iraq with a Saddam in charge…’

    Iran with a nuclear weapon is like a camper with a can of bear spray.

    • Replies: @Talha
  152. Art says:
    @Sean

    Iran with a nuclear weapon is like Iraq with a Saddam in charge. There is no telling what stupidity they will try.

    Sean — your very stupid Hasbara Central boilerplate is boring — your Iran Iran Iran is numbing.

    Please give us a new lie.

    Think Peace — Art

    p.s. We all know that it is Israel that has the nukes – not Iran.

    • Replies: @Sean
  153. annamaria says:
    @Sean

    “Iran with a nuclear weapon is like Iraq with a Saddam in charge.”

    — What was wrong with Saddam? Unlike the ZUSA warriors, he did not use depleted uranium against the civilian population. The zionists-inspired war in Iraq was a supreme crime as defined by Nuremberg protocols. https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/05/130521105557.htm

    Ten years after the Iraq war of 2003 a team of scientists based in Mosul, northern Iraq, have detected high levels of uranium contamination in soil samples at three sites in the province of Nineveh which, coupled with dramatically increasing rates of childhood cancers and birth defects at local hospitals, highlight the ongoing legacy of modern warfare to civilians in conflict zones.

    “Iraq: A War For Israel,” by Mark Weber: https://www.ihr.org/leaflets/iraqwar.shtml

    And here is the Kagans’ clan gift to Ukraine: “Ukraine’s Nazis: Who are they, why are they so influential — and why have media ignored them?” https://www.rt.com/news/468097-ukraine-nazis-media-history/
    Nuland-Kagan’s most trusted collaborators:

    • Replies: @Sean
  154. annamaria says:
    @Art

    Could your Christian beliefs also teach you some humility? For example, you can read history books before making sweeping generalizations that have no ground.

    As for ethical behavior, what is your opinion of Dick Cheney and Bush the lesser and Blair the Pious? Take note that these three are self-professed Christians.

    • Replies: @Art
  155. Talha says:
    @anon

    Was that feigned indifference?

    No – not at all. I try to pray for the people of Palestine on a daily basis.

    The problem is not that Israel is acting in her own interests; she has shown that no number of UN resolutions against her will change her thinking or approach. Expecting that government to act by some moral standards seems silly to me. And complaining about why they don’t seems to be a waste of time.

    The bigger question is – why aren’t all the other nations acting in their own self-interests with regards to her? If they did, the problem would be over in short order.

    Now, I’m a US citizen, so my concern is with policies that use my tax dollars. I can’t do anything about the Muslim governments overseas. After all that has happened, if they consider Iran to be a bigger threat to their stability than Israel and they formulate policies in that direction, then that’s on them. Sometimes there’s no curing stupidity.

    Peace.

  156. annamaria says:
    @Sean

    “They keep trying to extend their influence…”

    — This “trying to extend influence” by Iranians does not affect the US.
    The vicious “extending of influence” by the Jewish State (and Israel-firsters) at the US expense, on the other hand…

    “Shall we oblige ourselves to fight Israel’s enemies of choice?”
    https://turcopolier.typepad.com/sic_semper_tyrannis/2019/09/httpwwwunzcompgiraldilindsey-grahams-blank-check-why-a-defense-agreement-with-israel-would-be-a-.html

    JINSA director of foreign policy Jonathan Ruhe: “An Israeli strike on Iran’s nuclear program would not activate this pact, but a major Iranian retaliation might. – An Israeli unilateral attack is not what the treaty covers, but rather massive Iranian retaliation is what we are addressing.” [JINSA = Jewish Institute for National Security of America ?!]

    The Graham-JINSA proposal is particularly dangerous as it effectively permits Israel to be interventionist with a guarantee that Washington will not seek to limit Netanyahu’s “options.” …

    The treaty would be activated in the event of physical attacks on Israel but also in the event of PERCEIVED existential threats.

    Comment section:

    In that scenario, the American public would be 100% certain that their youth are dying for a foreign country.

    Do the supremacist zionist cookies understand what they are doing? They do suffer the ultimate punishment — the loss of mind.

  157. Dear annamaria,

    I like the way you think, and your time & comments are unworthy of the very lightweight hasbara/troll, Sean.

    Linked below & as a way to deflect your valuable skills away from Sean,🤗 please consider listening to the video below ? and

    You & others (especially geokat!) assembled here can listen to how a real US Congressman could speak. ‘Tis James Traficant who is interviewed by a CNN Catholic imbicile, Chris Matthews, to whom, haha, Sean can relate. Thanks & my respect.

    https://www.veteranstoday.com/2019/09/05/did-emmanuel-macron-just-humiliate-benjamin-netanyahu/

    • Replies: @geokat62
  158. Art says:
    @annamaria

    Could your Christian beliefs also teach you some humility? For example, you can read history books before making sweeping generalizations that have no ground.

    As for ethical behavior, what is your opinion of Dick Cheney and Bush the lesser and Blair the Pious? Take note that these three are self-professed Christians.

    annamaria,

    There are many different Christians in this world. The spectrum goes from the warmongering Zionists, to the idealistic philosophic Christians – from Cheney to Art.

    As the sole advocate of “philosophical Christianity” on UR, my rhetoric comes across as hard core and uncompromising. (There are many other philosophical Christians on UR – they just do not recognize themselves as such. If you are hopeful, respect life, love your neighbor, seek truth, forgive, and extend grace to all – you are a philosophical Christian.)

    Practicing those ideals leads to peace and none violence. I assure you that my admonitions to “Think Peace and Do No Harm” are genuine.

    When discussing ideals, it is difficult to not make “sweeping generalizations” – but I will try to soften my words.

    Art

  159. grr says:

    The author referred to the war in Syria as a civil war, it’s not and has never been.

  160. grr says:
    @Stavros24

    Or even earlier the Brits declaring war on the Jewish settler trash when they were killing British soldiers in the early days of Zionist infiltration in to Palestine. No Six Day war, no war against Arabs in 1973, nearly no genocide of Palestinians, and no Liberty attack or any wars since then in the Middle East.
    Also no massive homosexual propaganda aimed at changing societies, no MOSSAD acting in their dirty secret ways behind the scenes in scores of countries. No haven for Jewish criminals.
    And many more disgraceful acts would never had happened.

  161. Sean says:
    @Art

    Very well then. Afghanistan! Did Israel want to open up an banana stand in Afghanistan? It was the only country certain to be invaded after 9/11.

    In the aftermath of 9/11 the Israel Lobby wanted to invade Iraq first, but they didn’t get their way, because of realists like me. Iraq was invaded because 9/11 was 100 percent Saudi dissidents, who like most of the country were outraged at the American Army occupying their holy land. So that army had to be withdrawn, but that could no happen until Saddam was overthrown. See what comes of not doubling down on enemies and crushing them in a timely manner.

  162. Sean says:
    @annamaria

    Being attacked has a way of making people unpleasantly hard and tough. They did not take Mearsheimer’s advice to have nukes, and were attacked by Russia as a result. Iran with nukes would end up behaving behaving like the Bear, because that is how the world works the strong impose on the weak. We would end up in a general ME War with unprecedented loss of life. . The Iranian Revolutionary Islamic regieme must be destroyed for the sake of world peace. It is a choice between a war and a much worse one later. Trump will do what previous pres did, get reelected then start the necessary war.

    • Replies: @Talha
    , @annamaria
  163. geokat62 says:
    @ChuckOrloski

    … listen to how a real US Congressman could speak. ‘Tis James Traficant who is interviewed by a CNN Catholic imbicile, Chris Matthews…

    Thanks for sharing that excellent video, Chuck!

    Through the efforts of The Lobby, men like Jim Traficant, “America’s most courageous officeholder of our generation,” are no longer recruited for office.

    Instead, we see the likes of Shabbos Goys Joe (you don’t have to be a Jew to be a Zionist) Biden, Donald J Trumpstein (winner of JNF Tree of Life award in 1983), and Nikki Haley (born Nimrata Randhawa) gladly serving their puppet masters in the Knesset West.

    Here is a short article about JT and his fight against The Lobby:

    James Traficant Exposes Jewish-Israeli Control of America

    “We’re conducting the expansionist policy of Israel and everybody’s afraid to say it. They control much of the media, they control much of the commerce of the country, and they control powerfully both bodies of the Congress. They own the Congress.”

    “The American taxpayers give Israel $15 to $20 billion, not $3 billion…while people in my district are losing their pensions…” (Former Congressman Jim Traficant)

    Traficant, a 17 year member of congress, was targeted by Israel in 2002 and convicted of bribery. He spent 7 years in prison.

    He was innocent.

    https://archive.org/details/youtube-gsIBC5Tu8v0

  164. @renfro

    Hey renfro – I hope Dorian spared you and yours? Keeping my fingers crossed…

    • Replies: @renfro
  165. Talha says:
    @Sean

    Repeating boilerplate neocon talking points again and again don’t make them any truer. Their policies have been nothing but a disaster for the people of the Middle East.

    No amount of you claiming “Iran is developing nuclear weapons so we have to invade them” is going to change the intelligence reports that they have not been. This is literally like Iraq War build up on repeat – your only hope being the American people being so stupid that they’d fall for that same exact nonsense again.

    Peace.

    • Replies: @Sean
    , @Colin Wright
  166. Sean says:
    @Talha

    Repeating boilerplate neocon talking points again and again don’t make them any truer. Their policies have been nothing but a disaster for the people of the Middle East.

    Even if it had been otherwise and good for the people of the M.E. that would be incidental to the goal of US policy. The most powerful country must use that power, or lose it.

    • Replies: @Talha
    , @annamaria
  167. Talha says:
    @Sean

    Well I’m quite glad you’re being so honest about the Machiavellian approach to imperialism here. Which is why we don’t here you complaining that – OMG! – Saudi is actually invading a neighboring country and starving its people.

    Of course, you’re not really going to convince the general public on that platform so you’re going to have to convince them about Iran nukes – blah, blah – Khamnenei is Hitler – blah, blah – we have to fight them over there before they come here – blah, blah – the hit our ship which was trespassing on their waters – blah, blah…and so on and so forth.

    As a US citizen, I believe the policy goals of the US should no longer be to keep the empire alive using my tax dollars.

    Peace.

    • Agree: Kolya Krassotkin
    • Replies: @Sean
  168. annamaria says:
    @Sean

    You operate by zionist slogans.
    Two countries (working synergetically) have proven to be the most warmongering ones in the 21st century: the US and the Jewish State.
    The US industries have collapsed on weaponry production, and there are a lot of mega-war profiteers in the US who want to continue the bloody feast.

    The Jewish State is guided by the supremacist ideology and hatred for “amalecs” (non-jews, whether their former hosts Persians or Russians or Germans). The zionists (Israel-firsters) were very successful in capturing the US Congress while weeding out all principled and patriotic American candidates.

    The MIC and zionists have united to produce the ongoing Wars for Eretz Israel.
    Iran is meted to become a victim of these two predators.

  169. annamaria says:
    @Sean

    You have mentally identified the Jewish State (a parasite on the US) with the parasite-infested US.

    It would be much better for humanity at large if the US establish trade relationships with Iran and Russia and Libya instead of conducting the mass slaughter in the Middle East on the orders from the Jewish lobby.

    Iran is an ancient and respectful civilization whereas the Jewish State is an upstart with a history of terrorism, supremacism, and exploitation by the profiteering schema of holobiz.

    Moreover, the Jewish Lobby has been quite effective in destroying the best of western civilization. See zionists’ assault on the freedom of speech and the zionists’ role in the promoting and pushing for the wars of aggression (the suprem crime) in the Middle East. The tribe is anti-western to the core.

    • Replies: @Sean
  170. geokat62 says:

    This one’s for you, Chuck. Brother Nathanael’s latest, The Synagogue on Capital Hill:

    https://www.bitchute.com/video/PvzV8iOv6wvy/

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
  171. renfro says:
    @Cloak And Dagger

    Thanks CD…we got off easy. Dorian only got us on its outer bands so winds not too bad., it moved over pretty quick….we will have flooding as usual….but no trees down.
    Cape Hatteras though is literally underwater. I don’t know if and when the ferry can even dock and get people off the island…its very bad.

    • Replies: @Cloak And Dagger
  172. @renfro

    we got off easy

    Very happy to hear that, although I am saddened by the devastation around you. Maybe we can divert some of the funds earmarked for Israel to rebuild our infrastructure (hah!)

    In other news,

    Not only that, but the “Barbie Death Camp,” as it is known, has been part of the hedonistic desert festival for some 20 (!) years. However, according to its Jewish (yup!) founder, there’s never been serious complaints against the macabre display — until this year.

    I wasn’t able to go to Burning Man this year – too much to do. Perhaps next year…

  173. ‘Taxi’ is a mutual friend of a number of commenters on UR, and is an American expat in southern Lebanon. She provides a bird’s eye perspective from her perch in the Levant, i.e. unvarnished news from sources ignored by the MSM. I highly recommend checking it out, particularly with recent events in that part of the world which most Americans couldn’t locate on an unlabelled map. It’s a good way to stay abreast of the upcoming, scheduled apocalypse, and hopefully, the last days of the entrenched purveyor of evil in that region, whose identity I will give you three guesses on, and the first two don’t count.

    Taxi’s blog is at: https://platosguns.com

    Do take a look, it will be worth your while, and Taxi’s unique (and salty) writing style is a joy to read.

    • Replies: @frankie p
    , @geokat62
  174. Sean says:
    @annamaria

    Iran is an ancient and respectful civilization whereas the Jewish State is an upstart with a history of terrorism, supremacism, and exploitation by the profiteering schema of holobiz.

    I hate to be the one to tell you this but the winners in conflicts tend to be the stronger powers, not the most unscrupulous ones.

    • Replies: @annamaria
  175. Sean says:
    @Talha

    I strongly suspect Trump would favour the Palestinians, if there was anything in it for him. There is not. People (including Palestinians) vote for and otherwise support a leader who is going to help them, not foreigners.

    • Replies: @Talha
  176. Sean says:
    @Talha

    As a US citizen, I believe the policy goals of the US should no longer be to keep the empire alive using my tax dollars

    Then there is no country on this Earth that behaves in what you apparently consider to be a normal, natural, proper and frugal way to other states. Taxes are kept low by spending the taxed money in the most effective way. It is absurd to think a rhetoric of morality with nothing behind it could persuade Iran to stop anything it is doing; they consider themselves to be well within their rights. There is only one international language, and America is the most fluent in it.

    • Replies: @Talha
  177. Talha says:
    @Sean

    vote for and otherwise support a leader who is going to help them, not foreigners.

    Yes, I wish future presidents of the US would start realizing that we are the ones electing them and paying their salaries and not Israelis.

    That would be a most welcome development.

    Peace.

  178. Well Phil.
    You can’t say that. Muslim Congress women can.

  179. frankie p says:
    @Cloak And Dagger

    C&D,

    Yeah, I enjoy going over to Plato’s Guns, and I often see you there posting. One of the greatest components of her site is that she posts copious comments with links to the latest developments in the conflict between Israel and Lebanon. It’s a great place to get the latest updates on what is taking place. Her salty writing is certainly a joy to read! She does NOT hold back on her criticism of Israel or the Globozionists.

    Frankie P

    • Replies: @Cloak And Dagger
  180. Talha says:
    @Sean

    Taxes are kept low by spending the taxed money in the most effective way.

    Yeah, I’d like my tax money spent here in the states and on infrastructure and keeping our citizens healthy and what not. If you want to go fight the Persians for Israel, be my guest – get a bunch of like-minded individuals, buy some guns and a charter a flight. Have fun and b sure to post a lot of videos of your adventures. I don’t want my tax dollars going into imperial nonsense.

    they consider themselves to be well within their rights

    You mean well within their rights to be a major player in that area – along the PERSIAN Gulf?! How dare they??!! Who do they think they are??!!

    Now of course, we have a right to tell everyone how to behave in places called things like the PERSIAN Gulf and the ARABIAN Sea because we think we are well within our rights to dictate terms to everyone because of our awesomeness.

    There is only one international language, and America is the most fluent in it.

    Absolutely, we’ve been killing tons of those dirty Arabs to make sure they know it too!

    Peace.

    • Replies: @Cloak And Dagger
  181. annamaria says:
    @Sean

    Up to date, the people on the Israel-occupied territories are terrorized by the unscrupulous Jewish winners.

    Iraq has been destroyed by the unscrupulous alliance of American war profiteers and fanatical zionists. Libya has been destroyed by the unscrupulous NATO/US activists guided by the Jewish Lobby. Syria is under assault by the unscrupulous zionists acting feverishly both in the US and Israel.

    You are an open defender of realpolitik. Therefore, your supposedly righteous declarations against Iran have no value. The Middle East has been suffering local strife for hundreds of years. But the behavior of the Jewish State — unscrupulous, mythology-based, anti-human — is particularly disgusting because of the history of Jewish whining about special Jewish victimhood and because of the unscrupulous profiteering on the rules of decency that are at the foundation of western ethics.

    Either Germans had the right to protect their state from the outsiders by any means (see the zionists’ protection of the Jewishness of Israel by committing criminal offenses against native Palestinians) and therefore all these holobiz whinings are nothing but extortionist schema, or there are norms of human behavior that protect human dignity.

    Germans were much more dignified human beings than the members of Knesset ever were. The zionists’ vicious hatred towards Iran is just another case from a collection of tribal hateful feelings towards all countries where the tribe used to live. The US will be next.

    • Replies: @Sean
  182. @Talha

    ‘…This is literally like Iraq War build up on repeat…’

    Well, Talha, I’ll disagree with you. In four respects, this is not literally like the Iraq war on repeat; it’s a lot worse.

    First, morally, Saddam Hussein’s regime was abysmal. Iran isn’t exactly an inspiration to us all — but it’s not really much worse than the global average, or maybe even better than that. It’s certainly better than — just to list some states off the top of my head — Israel, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Myanmar, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and literally anywhere in subsaharan Africa. So put Iran on the hit list. We could quibble about the exact ranking, but it’ll be somewhere around number seventy three. We’ll get to it after we’ve conquered half the rest of the globe. Iran just isn’t that bad. Maybe not that good — but not that bad.

    Second, it’s a lot bigger than Iraq. Obviously, we failed to prevail in Iraq. Having lost to the lightweight, we’re now proposing a match with the middleweight?

    Third, Iraq was a somewhat artificial nation, lacking anything like a compelling national ideology. It’s hard to imagine a more authentic nation than Iran, and whatever the shortcomings of the ideology of the Islamic Republic, a whole lot of Iranians obviously believe in it — believe in it enough to mount suicidal human wave attacks into clouds of poison gas, if the situation calls for it.

    …and that takes us to the fourth problem. Again, whatever one may think about it, Iran’s national ideology will elicit suicidal self-sacrifice from millions.

    And we really want to go with war with that? For what? It would make the invasion of Iraq look like a stroke of genius.

    • Replies: @Cloak And Dagger
    , @Talha
  183. @frankie p

    She does NOT hold back on her criticism of Israel or the Globozionists.

    Indeed. She is a treasure and we should all support her patriotic efforts.
    Good to hear from you frankie p – I remember your great posts from the MW days.

  184. @Talha

    Now of course, we have a right to tell everyone how to behave in places called things like the PERSIAN Gulf and the ARABIAN Sea because we think we are well within our rights to dictate terms to everyone because of our awesomeness.

    I thought it was because they have the audacity to be sitting atop our oil!

    • LOL: Talha
  185. Sean says:

    Taxes are kept low by spending the taxed money in the most effective way.

    Yeah, I’d like my tax money spent here in the states and on infrastructure and keeping our citizens healthy and what not.

    The way to have the greatest amount of money to spend at home is to have allies to help share the burden and credibly threaten punitive war in response to any unfriendly moves. That is why Eisenhower and then JFK tried to give Germany nukes, and why America subsidised the UK to acquire strategic nuclear subs. Obviously, because it was the most cost effective deterrent to the Soviet Union’s convention preponderance in Europe.

    Israel is America’s renta-cop on the Middle East beat and its cheaper than America doing it completely independently of Israel. Israel is undemocratic and kills innocent people? Not like Guatemala and El Salvador then. You are like a child who believes in fairy stories.

    • Replies: @Talha
  186. annamaria says:

    “Examining 9/11 and America’s “War on Terrorism” https://www.globalresearch.ca/9-11-and-america-s-war-on-terrorism/24975

    The US military, the CIA and NATO had supported Al Qaeda in the Balkans. Washington’s objective was to trigger ethnic conflict and destabilize the Yugoslav federation, first in Bosnia, then in Kosovo. …

    The Clinton Administration had also been providing covert support to the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA), a paramilitary group supported by Al Qaeda, which was involved in numerous terrorist attacks. The Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) and Britain’s Secret Intelligence Service, more commonly known as MI6, together with former members of Britain’s 22nd Special Air Services Regiment (SAS) were providing training to the KLA, despite its extensive links to organized crime and the drug trade. Meanwhile, known and documented, several Al Qaeda operatives had integrated the ranks of the KLA.

    “9/11, Drug Money, Oil Resources and the Invasion of Afghanistan: Michael Ruppert Refutes the Official 9/11 Story” https://www.globalresearch.ca/911-and-drug-money/5688224

    … the Bush Administration knew the attacks were going to take place, and made a conscious decision that the casualty levels were acceptable to secure access to Central Asian oil for the major oil companies and for the U.S. economy, and to secure control of the drug trade.

  187. Sean says:
    @annamaria

    Up to date, the people on the Israel-occupied territories are terrorized by the unscrupulous Jewish winners.

    Listen dear, Israel has more military might, and that is what determines every border on the planet. Ask a Tibetan.

    • Replies: @annamaria
  188. @Colin Wright

    And we really want to go with war with that? For what? It would make the invasion of Iraq look like a stroke of genius.

    I agree with all your points, but would propose a higher ranking for Iran than you do. Our perception of Iran is forged by the propaganda that we are blasted with from our MSM.

    S2C, who has visited Iran and interacted with the people there would probably tell you that this great ancient civilization that is oft maligned in the press, is a nation to be respected. We forget that hostility with Iran started in the 50’s because we, with the CIA, toppled their democratically elected leader and replaced him with our puppet, the Shah, much to their chagrin. Iran is head and shoulders better than all the other muslim majority countries if we are to measure the quantity of evil wrought by the latter (and we could argue about how much of that evil was induced by us, and our BFF).

    I would wager that they are more civilized than we, for that matter, based on our actions of the last few decades.

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
  189. Talha says:
    @Sean

    Israel is America’s renta-cop on the Middle East beat and its cheaper than America doing it completely independently of Israel.

    Not really, they keep on having us do all the killing and dying. So rent-a-cop totally doesn’t fit the setup here.

    Furthermore, why should I accept your premise that we are the cop for the Middle East? Why can’t they figure out their issues on their own? Why should I accept your premise that Iran is a threat to the Middle East the same as the Warsaw Pact was to Europe? Saudi and UAE’s air forces alone totally outmatch Iran.

    Peace.

    • Replies: @Sean
  190. Israel has more military might, and that is what determines every border on the planet.

    LOL! Such might is ephemeral historically. Moreover, that “might” is courtesy of uncle Sam, and the day is not far when our support will vanish, leaving you all to fend for yourself in the hostile neighborhood that you have created in your hubris.

    If might is right, then why do you complain about what Hitler allegedly did to you all?

  191. @geokat62

    Hey geo!

    Brother Nathanael’s work consistently exemplifies the great mass of American Christian lament against Zionism, & I shall be forever confounded as to why he did not become an Unz Review regular author.

    Yes, thanks for posting his latest but this time,I beat you to the Real Jew News punch.
    Haha.

    At any rate, as I demonstrably fail at trying to create a commenter-BDS movement against the featherweight Zionist Sean, I feel that I lost my putsch touch.😏

  192. Sean says:
    @Talha

    It is a given that American strategists all think the ME is a key to world power. To control it they need a system of bases, but also a rent a cop. First it was Iran, and the Shah was showered with ridiculous amounts of American military aid, but then the Persian peasants decided they could be so much better off and richer without the occupant of the Peacock Throne, and there was a revolution. Whereupon the idiot Brezinski gave the Shah sanctuary in the US and this led the paranoid Iranians to completely break with America, which would have happened anyway in the end because Iran is under the pathetic delusion they are a great power.

    The Reagan and George HW Bush brains trust made Saddam’s Iraq their robocop attack dog and set him on Iran, giving him absolutely anything he asked for including nuclear technology and poison gas, but he then he fell victim to overweening ambition and American incomprehension of how stupidly Arabs would take a mile if given an inch.

    So America had to expel Saddam from Iraq at great cost, but the blunders of of Bush the Elder were not yet ended. He decided not to invade Iraq and overthrow Saddam right them. but to leave him in power, which necessitated leaving an America army in Saudi Arabia, something that the population found more and more intolerable. Unfortunately the whole reason to be in the ME was to keep Saudi Arabia a stable ally of the US.

    So, when Osama bi Laden mounted 9/11 at a protest over the US armed forces being in Saudi Arabia, it became obvious that the Saudi population were no longer willing to support the Saud family as so called Custodians of the Two Holy Places if they could not defend Islam’s holiest land without relying on infidels. Hence the US army would have to be withdrawn from Saudi Arabia, and that meant Saddam could not be left in power in Iraq. The invasion of Iraq should have been done in 1991, some people like Bruce Gundmonson say the it was not done then because the gas guzzling Abrams were going through the reserves of fuel, but I feel they could have done an overthrow of Saddam in 1991 and at small expense and knock on instability. There would have been no Osama 9/11 and no invasion of Afghanistan either.

    The moral of all this is the Muslims countries are not good allies, if you give them weapons they will seem grateful at first, but then as seen as they have the wherewithal they’ll go crazy and turn them on you. They are seething with resentment and cannot be trusted. Hence, only the Jewish state and the Saudi family dictatorship can be relied on. Iran is merely zig zagging on nukes and pretending to care about Palestinians to keep the Arabs on side until such time as Iran has what they need to take revenge on Sunnis and the West. Tell me they don’t deam of this, and it would not start an all encompassing general ME war, if not WW3.

    If the Iranians had a genuine change of heart something could be worked out and their population could be given the benefits of Western economic exchange and technological transfer. But they don’t seem willing to compromise. The current Iranian Revolutionary regieme hates the West and the Arabs, and leaving them in power because they seem to be harmless at present would be a mistake of the same kind that Bush the Elder made with Saddam. They have had enough chances, and they used them to intervene in Syria and Yemen (in addition to them having killed hundreds of US soldiers in Iraq through their Shia militia proxies armed with Iranian signature shaped charges). Enough is enough. Just do it now (after the reelection of Trump).

    • Replies: @annamaria
    , @Talha
  193. annamaria says:
    @Sean

    “Israel has more military might…”

    — Israel has more chutzpah and beggaring habits than any other group of people. Without moral fiber, the Jewish State is an ugly clay figurine ready to fall apart. The majority of Jews have no desire to live in Israel, for obvious reasons.

    Your corrupt Bibi went to Poland to demand “reparations.” https://www.jpost.com/International/Poland-to-submit-bill-to-prevent-WWII-property-reparations-588480
    Your ADL thugs have been caught cagain and again on thuggery in the name of the profiteering holobiz schema.
    Your supposedly righteous Simon Wiesenthal Center of “nazi-hunters” has turned to be a promoter of Banderites (self-proclaimed neo-Nazi).

    Look at you most visible heroes:
    Alan Dershowitz who cannot stop talking about his underwear.
    Epstein (RIH).
    Wexner of Epstein & the MEGA Group fame: https://www.veteranstoday.com/2019/07/09/mobster-the-wexner-war
    https://www.mintpressnews.com/mega-group-maxwells-mossad-spy-story-jeffrey-epstein-scandal/261172/
    Bibi, a scion of Miliekovsky’s family of followers of Ukrainian thug Jabotinsky and proud dad of prostitute-frequenting Yair: https://www.opendemocracy.net/en/north-africa-west-asia/yair-netanyahu-scandalous-man
    Karl Gershman of the bloody NED abnormality.
    The Kagans’ clan of pompous stink-tankers.
    Ms. Danielle Pletka whose true calling is to be a prison guard.
    Douglas Feith known as “the dumbest fucking guy on the planet”
    Bill Krystol from the pack of Jewish warmongers who will never ever send THEIR children to fight the wars for Eretz Israel.

    You forgot to mention that the Jewish State does not have official borders but only aspirations for the mythological borders.

  194. annamaria says:
    @Sean

    In the 50-s, the US/UK have overturned the democratically elected president of Iran and installed the hated dictator. So much for the democracy on the march.

    Iran is a noble country that supports Syria suffering from the voracious attacks of ignoble US/NATO/Israel alliance cooperating with ISIS. You pretend that the readers o this forum know nothing about the morbid genesis of the ongoing Wars of Eretz Israel, which have produced millions of casualties and massive destruction in the Middle East.

    • Replies: @Sean
    , @Colin Wright
  195. anon[113] • Disclaimer says:

    Tulsi Gabbard should Co-Sponsor HR2407, for Rights of Palestinian Children

    Sign the Petition to Tulsi here –
    https://diy.rootsaction.org/petitions/co-sponsor-hr2407?bucket=&source=twitter-share-button&utm_campaign=&utm_source=twitter&share=e9fde8d7-98a2-4be7-951a-a5c2003a3f0d

    Petition Text –
    Rep. Tulsi Gabbard should co-sponsor Betty McCollum’s bill, H.R.2407 – Promoting Human Rights for Palestinian Children Living Under Israeli Military Occupation Act.

    Why is this important?

    Tulsi has criticized Israeli human rights abuses such as the use of live ammunition against unarmed protesters, and supported the U.N. Security Council Resolution condemning the expansion of Israeli settlements. She also publicly defended Rep.Ilhan Omar against charges of anti-semitism. We thank her for all those actions;

    Tulsi’s grass roots supporters have largely accepted her explanation of her vote for HRes246, even though many disagree with her sincere belief that it threatens or is intended to threaten the two state solution;

    Tulsi has cosponsored HRes496 clarifying that attempts by government to impede boycotts are violations of the 1st amendment, though that language should have been written into HRes246 to begin with;

    “SEC. 2. Findings” of H.R.2407 explains in great detail why the bill is necessary and provides documentation from organizations such as Human Rights Watch, an Israeli human rights organization (B’Tselem), UNICEF and even the US Department of State;

    Rep. McCollum’s bill provides an appropriate vehicle for Tulsi to demonstrate her commitment to fundamental human rights for all people worldwide.

  196. geokat62 says:
    @Cloak And Dagger

    Do take a look, it will be worth your while, and Taxi’s unique (and salty) writing style is a joy to read.

    Thanks for the reference, C&D. I just started reading The Yinon Plan is Dead, Long Live the Persian Cat! and it is very encouraging to see there is a plan in the works to counter the Yinon Plan.

    Looking forward to finish reading it and other articles on her blog.

    • Agree: Cloak And Dagger
  197. Talha says:
    @Sean

    Thank you for reciting, faithfully, the neocon catechism in all its glory. I’m not convinced by it, but maybe others are.

    Again, I don’t support an attack on Iran to keep the world safe for Israelis and Saudis, but apparently you do. I do fully support you volunteering to go fight the Persians with a group of like minded folks on your own dime though.

    Peace.

    • Replies: @Sean
  198. Sean says:
    @annamaria

    You seem to think if Israel had not existed the Middle East would exist in peace and stability, but history suggests otherwise. Persians have been fighting Arabs since the begining of time as with the Iran Iraq war and now the war in Yemen, Iran is a troublemaker, not a satisfied power. They cannot be trusted with a nuke and the only way to stop them getting one is to invade. So unless they back down (they won’t) it will be necessary to use military force.

  199. Sean says:
    @Talha

    You keep going on about the cost of ME wars, well Trump has decided to stop spending taxpayers money on Palestinians so they can continue to breed like rabbits in their demographic war. Sweden is a country that helps the Palestinians multiply, go there if you do not mind paying tax for policies you approve of.

    The US army is an all- volunteer army in a democracy and if you don’t like the policies the elected government decides and the tax you pay then why don’t you go and live in one of those countries you think is morally pure and does not, you think, waste money on wars? Sweden is a country that helps the Palestinians , go there is you do not mind paying tax for policies you approve of. There are countries in South America where there is a mainly white population, no army at all, and you can live like a king. You would not even have to stop pestering Americans on the internet!

  200. anon[113] • Disclaimer says:

    NEW HORIZON CONFERENCE Founders Designated Global Terrorists.
    Marzieh Hashemi, Monica Witt & New Iran Sanctions

    “The sanctions designation of the two New Horizon founders, a filmmaker and a writer, was accompanied by acronym, SDGT, or Specially Designated Global Terrorist. This meant that they would be tainted with a label traditionally reserved for members of violent extremist organizations like Al Qaeda and the Islamic State.”

    The relationship between former Air Force analyst-turned-Iranian spy Monica Witt and Hashemi – who was jailed by US authorities this January – is at the center of one of the Trump administration’s most bizarre sanctions designations.

    Was the imprisonment of Iranian-American journalist Marzieh Hashemi spun into expanded US sanctions?
    https://thegrayzone.com/2019/09/05/was-the-imprisonment-of-iranian-american-journalist-marzieh-hashemi-spun-into-expanded-us-sanctions/

  201. Talha says:
    @Sean

    Trump has decided to stop spending taxpayers money on Palestinians

    Good, let the Muslims in that area help them. The Gulf Arabs have plenty of money that they are doing stupid things with like bombing and starving poor people in Yemen.

    Now all we need to do is cut off aid to Israel and we’ll save even more money – what we gave to the Palestinians was chump change compared to that welfare pit.

    Sweden is a country that helps the Palestinians multiply

    Who says I advocate for Sweden to fund the Palestinians? That’s up to their citizens to decide – I’m an American.

    and if you don’t like the policies the elected government decides and the tax you pay then

    I’ll advocate for a change in those policies and vote for representatives that will change them.

    why don’t you go and live in one of those countries

    Why don’t you go live in Israel? You can join the IDF and become part of our rent-a-cop arm in the Middle East to support the policies you like firsthannd. See how that works?

    You would not even have to stop pestering Americans on the internet!

    I’m an American – why don’t you stop pestering Americans like me? You responded to me first, I didn’t come knocking at your door.

    Again, if you think our empire is so great, why don’t you pick up a rifle or have your son join up and be on the first boats establishing a beachhead in Iran? Don’t ask to send someone else’s son to kill and die in your battles like a neocon pansy, that’s just not respectable.

    Peace.

    • Replies: @AnonStarter
  202. @Cloak And Dagger

    ‘I agree with all your points, but would propose a higher ranking for Iran than you do…’

    I might well agree with you. I just don’t want to get dragged into some diversion about the pluses and minuses of Iran. Barring extremes, that’s fundamentally irrelevant.

  203. @Sean

    ‘…why don’t you go and live in one of those countries…’

    Why don’t you go, Sean? You’ll make America a better place.

  204. @Sean

    ‘You seem to think if Israel had not existed the Middle East would exist in peace and stability, but history suggests otherwise. Persians have been fighting Arabs since the begining of time as with the Iran Iraq war and now the war in Yemen, Iran is a troublemaker, not a satisfied power. They cannot be trusted with a nuke and the only way to stop them getting one is to invade. So unless they back down (they won’t) it will be necessary to use military force.’

    Barf.

    I don’t suppose it’s worth pointing out to you that Iran agreed to stop developing nukes. No one claims they weren’t honoring the agreement, either.

    We chose to abrogate the agreement. All we have to do to get Iran to stop developing nukes again is keep our word.

    …but of course you could care less what Iran does. You just want to attack her. That’s because you like the idea of millions getting killed. It makes you happy.

    • Agree: AnonStarter
  205. @annamaria

    ‘…Iran is a noble country that supports Syria suffering from the voracious attacks of ignoble US/NATO/Israel alliance cooperating with ISIS…’

    Iran could be noble, ignoble, somewhere in between, or made entirely of green cheese. The point is that she’s doing nothing that remotely justifies us attacking her.

    • Agree: annamaria, Talha
  206. annamaria says:
    @Sean

    “They cannot be trusted…”
    — Actually, as history has shown, it is the tribe that should not be trusted under any circumstances.
    Read and think, Sean:
    Purim — the celebration of the mass slaughter of the local Persian population by the obnoxious and unscrupulous tribe. Every year Jewish children commemorate the slaughter by eating the human-ear-shaped sweets.

    Purim is one of the most joyous and fun holidays on the Jewish calendar. The heroes of the story are Esther, a beautiful young Jewish woman living in Persia, and her cousin Mordecai, who raised her as if she were his daughter [according to other sources she was his concubine]. Esther was taken to the house of Ahasuerus, King of Persia, to become part of his harem [guess, this is how daughters must be treated according to a Jewish hero Mordecai].

    … Esther and Mordecai confront a hostile host society and an implacable bureaucracy. They employ every trick to attain real power… [At the end], the Jews carried a bloody battle, in which more than 75,000 people [Persians, the natives] lose their lives, and in which fear of death prompts countless others to feign Jewishness.

    Spain and Muslims:

    Both Latin and Arabic chroniclers record that the Jews of the city “opened the gates of Toledo” to Tariq, who conquered the city. With more cities to take Tariq left Toledo and entrusted its protection to a garrison of Jewish soldiers, whom had rose up against the Catholic Visigoths and opened the gates.

    When Tariq’s master, Musa ibn Nusayr, arrived in Iberia with a large Arab force he seized Seville and like Tariq before him, he entrusted the city to its Jewish inhabitants until his return.

    Russia:

    “You must understand. The leading Bolsheviks who took over Russia were not Russians. They hated Russians. They hated Christians. Driven by ethnic hatred they tortured and slaughtered millions of Russians without a shred of human remorse. The October Revolution was not what you call in America the “Russian Revolution.” It was an invasion and conquest over the Russian people. More of my countrymen suffered horrific crimes at their bloodstained hands than any people or nation ever suffered in the entirety of human history. It cannot be understated. Bolshevism was the greatest human slaughter of all time. The fact that most of the world is ignorant of this reality is proof that the global media itself is in the hands of the perpetrators.”

    The worst genocide in history wasn’t the Holocaust … in fact, it was perpetrated by members of the very same group of people who claim they were the victims of one.

    https://archive.org/details/SolzhenitsynYouMustUnderstandTheLeadingBolsheviksWhoTookOverRussiaWereNotRussians
    https://www.thedailybeast.com/purim-perils-his-view-is-his-own
    https://www.jta.org/2017/11/06/global/what-was-the-jewish-role-in-1917-russian-revolution-moscow-museum-gives-a-full-picture

  207. annamaria says:
    @Sean

    “they can continue to breed like rabbits in their demographic war”
    — This is a rather impolite description of Haredim.

  208. While the utterly useless war waged against the featherweight Zionist, Sean, persists in this article thread, it’s time for a battle station break & return to P.G.’s topic of “Israel’s many wars.”

    Especially for those actively BDS’sing Sean’s mindlessness,🤗 linked way down below is an anti-war article where the ugly Zio Amerikan Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, dishonestly but correctly proclaimed the US Afghanistan war a success. No consideration for the evermore insecure “Homeland’s” pehaving racked up several $trillions more in national debt.🙄

    Yes, the M.I.C. and Wall Street made $billions while American soldiers died & were maimed (including mentally) for life, the poppy fields reopened for international heroin business, southbound natural gas pipelines constructed & secured for energy transit to the subcontinent and elsewhere. Yippee?

    Especially now as the “good for Israel” 9/11 anniversary approaches,👺 it’s rather timely to boast that the phony Afghanistan war is coming to a close, & is proclaimed as “success” by a key Shabbos goy Trump administration zealot. Again, please refer below? And again, please BDS little Sean. Thank you, & in memory, Jacques Sheete.

    https://news.antiwar.com/2019/09/05/pompeo-argues-us-war-in-afghanistan-was-successful/

  209. anon[268] • Disclaimer says:
    @Sean

    “Trump has decided to stop spending taxpayers money on Palestinians so they can continue to breed like rabbits “ – Answer- “ Congress has decided to continue sending the taxpayers money to Israel so that wars continue abroad , and education health and housing can be subsidized in Israel and lobbying can continue in Congress from part of the same diverted financial dole.

    “The US army is an all- volunteer army in a democracy and if you don’t like the policies the elected government decides “
    Answer- Gut the economy ,so that citizen will have nothin else but to join murder inc and survive

    ” tax you pay then why don’t you go and live in one of those countries you think is morally pure and does not, you think, waste money on wars?”— Answer —Israel has already turned US almost into one of those countries . Iraq war has already done that vdamage ( but Kristol will explain that America did not succeed because it failed to listen to our {PNAC } advice .)

    “Sweden is a country that helps the Palestinians “– Israel loot those aids given to Palestinian ,Israel destroys those Sweden supplied infrastructures ( the Green House agricultural fields ) and Israel confiscates the fishing tools ,fishing boats , cement and bricks used for building homes and then destroys the school while telling the world that Gazan hate education .

  210. @ChuckOrloski

    Yes, the M.I.C. and Wall Street made $billions while American soldiers died & were maimed (including mentally) for life, the poppy fields reopened for international heroin business, southbound natural gas pipelines constructed & secured for energy transit to the subcontinent and elsewhere. Yippee?

    Indeed, Chuck. I stopped counting once the $1 trillion mark was passed. It is unimaginable what $1 trillion+ can do. It would pretty much wipe out poverty and homelessness in our nation. What a criminal waste!

    • Agree: ChuckOrloski, renfro
  211. Talha says:
    @Colin Wright

    But, but – Israel and Saudi say she’s not nice to them!!!

    In seriousness though, you make good points.

    I personally have little hope in posture changing vis-a-vis Iran if Trump gets re-elected and the Democrats are a complete toss up. However, Iran has been making good moves along with its neighbors in that it is cementing ties with Pakistan and Turkey (this is even including military cooperation). This is good, the Imran Khan administration has realized that Pakistan’s ties to Iran (historical Persia) are more closer than those like the Saudis (did you know the Pakistani national anthem is almost completely in Farsi?). And with Turkey in the mix, this is basically getting to the point where any serious invasion is out of the question (unless the US wants to attempt one from the beach). Turkey can also play a key role in helping to figure out Iran and Turkmenistan’s current issues about natural gas marketshare.

    And it looks like Iraq will not want a part in hosting an invasion force and the Taliban certainly won’t allow it to happen on their soil.

    So at this point the only thing we are looking at potentially happening is Iran getting bombed from the air. And they have made it clear if that happens, Israel will also get hit in the retaliation; so if have a kind of Mexican stand-off of sorts for now.

    Peace.

  212. @Talha

    ‘…I personally have little hope in posture changing vis-a-vis Iran if Trump gets re-elected and the Democrats are a complete toss up…’

    In theory, it’s always possible Sanders could get elected, but at least in 2016, Trump was definitely a better choice than Clinton. With Trump, supporting Israel — and by extension, attacking Iran — became to some extent a partisan issue. See the widespread averral among the current Democratic candidates that they will re-enter the nuclear agreement with Iran that we reneged on.

    With Clinton, the bi-partisan consensus in favor of uncritical Israel-wuv would have held, and we’d be fighting in Iran today.

    I’m fairly confident the Zionists ultimately will replicate their 2016 feat in 2020; they’ll buy the nominees from both parties. Biden/Harris is still a real possibility — and if so, the fix will be in.

    And again, a President Trump will be less likely to lead us into war. Not because he’s a nice guy; just because the left hates him so. Any policy he advocates will automatically generate opposition. This doesn’t hold if it’s a Democrat leading us into the war.

    • Agree: Talha
  213. @Cloak And Dagger

    ‘It would pretty much wipe out poverty and homelessness in our nation. ‘

    I doubt applying money to either problem would have the effects you imagine they would.

    Poverty in America is relative; whoever is in the bottom tier of society will by definition be ‘poor.’ Unless you’re planning a regime of complete and permanently enforced economic leveling, your ‘poor’ will always return.

    Most homeless people will manage to return to being homeless no matter what you give them. Have you paid attention to some of these people? They are not functional.

    This isn’t to say that we should keep wasting money we don’t have in the way we have been wasting it; but it wouldn’t really be ideal to start wasting it in some other way instead.

    • Replies: @Cloak And Dagger
  214. Well, that didn’t take long! Epstein has been conveniently OBL’ed!

    Epstein’s body was buried at the IJ Morris Star of David cemetery in West Palm Beach, the Mirror reports. He was buried next to his parents, Seymour and Paula.

    To make it harder for vandals to defile his grave, Epstein was placed in an unmarked grave. Also, the names of his parents were removed from their tombstones.

    :
    :

    When approached by journalists asking about the location of his brother’s body, Mark reportedly responded:

    “It’s nobody’s f**king business. It’s a private family matter, you got that? I’m not going to answer your question.”

    The cemetery is an exclusive Jewish burial ground, where plots sell for up to $250,000. His father was buried there in 1991, while his mother was buried there in 2004.

    Great! So no chance of exhuming his ass.

  215. @Talha

    So at this point the only thing we are looking at potentially happening is Iran getting bombed from the air.

    Well, I certainly hope that Iran’s copy of the S-300 missiles are what they are reputed to be for intercepting Israeli aircraft. A few F-35 jets knocked out of the skies would be a wake-up message for Israel (and for us).

  216. @Cloak And Dagger

    Hey C&D!

    During the Reagan 1980’s-1990’s, high ranking academic “conservatives” comforted themselves by saying, during presidential elections, “Americans vote their pocketbook.”🤔

    These days, stressed & divided Amerikans vote for whom the Zionists give them, and to boot, the left digs “Identity Politics” while GOP & Democrats hatefully battle, & the insecure”Homeland” teeters toward debt cliff. 😟

    Thanks & my respect, C&D.

    • Replies: @Cloak And Dagger
  217. @Colin Wright

    Most homeless people will manage to return to being homeless no matter what you give them. Have you paid attention to some of these people? They are not functional.

    I am not sure that I would buy that assertion about “most” wholesale. I know engineers in the valley who live in their cars, not because they are dysfunctional, but because they have to. Sure, you could argue that the high cost of housing in this area is an artificial bubble, and that the Bay area is unique in a not-so-positive way, and you could argue that some of the homeless are drug addicts and other social misfits. But, I also see the PTSD-infused of our many wars for Israel that have been abandoned by our society.

    Maybe it would be a failed experiment, but I would love to see some of that money being wasted in wars being put to good use in rehabilitating our abused veterans, and then we can decide whether it was a good idea or not.

    I am not a bleeding heart liberal, but I am a believer in the social contract. We demanded service of our veterans, either by appealing to their patriotism (Wars of choice are hardly patriotic when they do nothing to improve our security, and instead, create more enemies), or through economic pressures induced by bad choices in government, including exporting all our well paying jobs – think Detroit.

    Here is a picture from LA:

    Wouldn’t you rather spend your tax dollars solving this crisis (whatever the solution may be) rather than spending it on empire? I know I would.

    Here in San Francisco, some of the problems are of our own making (by “our”, I mean our government).

    “SF does not have more homeless people than other cities,” Coalition on Homelessness, S.F. director Jennifer Friedenbach told me by email. “Urban areas in the U.S. have between 7 to 9% of their extremely low income population experiencing homelessness at any one time, and SF is right in there.”

    https://splinternews.com/why-does-san-francisco-seem-to-have-such-a-huge-homeles-1793854796

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
    , @renfro
  218. @ChuckOrloski

    “Americans vote their pocketbook.”

    While I continue to be a thorn in the hide of local politicians by asking them uncomfortable questions in public fora as time and opportunity permits, here in California, my vote doesn’t count, so I have stopped voting.

    I also challenge the concept of voting, when the choices are predetermined and the outcomes are rarely representative of public desires. By participating in this sham, we are tacitly endorsing this fraud. When the day comes when a Ron Paul or someone like him gets “elected”, I will resume participation.

    • Replies: @anon
  219. Cloak And Dagger said: “When the day comes when a Ron Paul or someone like him gets “elected”, I will resume participation.”

    Hi C&D!

    Above, am aboard. Ron Paul conveys the truth about the sinking Amerikan economy which is totally Zionized. Ever gradually, our “Homeland” is one characterized by middle class extermination & a country of “haves and have nots.”

    The Reagan, GHW Bush, and Clinton administrations did not let on what the USA would become after the exit of manufacturing jobs. The general dumb goyim population bought into the Zion falsity that they’d do the brain work & peon countries will do the arduous lifting labor.😟

    So as 2020 approaches, Amerikan voters (to date) will be left with The Chosen tRump’s stale leftover “MAGA,” and maybe, er, the Jewish Lobby-approved & dysfunctional Democrat mechanics of Liz Warren🙄 who will promise to drain tRump’s particular D.C. swamp excesses, and maybe mow the Steve Munchin Wall Street lawn and appoint a Jew as Fed Reserve Chairman.😟

    So, please continue to be an unflappable thorn-in-the-head and persist to “challenge the concept of voting, when the choices are predetermined and the outcomes are rarely representative of public desires.”

    My appreciation & respect, C&D.

    • Agree: Robjil
    • Replies: @Kolya Krassotkin
  220. @Talha

    /… why don’t you go and live in one of those countries … /

    Been hearing this since I first began criticizing American policy in my youth. Didn’t Sean say this country was a democracy?

    Were it 1776, he’d be siding with the Tories: “Thou must submitteth to the Crown, lest ye be pilloried forthwith, ye ingrate Patriot!”

    On Barrett’s thread, he’s fishing for a Manchurian candidate to work some kind of mischief against Larry Silverstein, leveling accusations of cowardice against others for failing to “do something about him.”

    Between this and running interference for the status quo, it’s obvious he’s an intel operative.

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
    , @anon
    , @Talha
    , @Sean
  221. @Cloak And Dagger

    ‘…Wouldn’t you rather spend your tax dollars solving this crisis…’

    well, that’s the trick, isn’t it?

    The ‘tax dollars’ would most assuredly get spent; whether the problem would get solved is another matter. After all, almost inevitably, we would have created another army of bureaucrats whose continued livelyhood depended on the problem continuing to exist.

    …as P.J. O’Rourke once demonstrated, poverty in America doesn’t exist. All you have to do is take how much is spent on ‘fighting poverty,’ divide by the number of ‘poor,’ and voila — you’ll get a figure that puts each member of the ‘poor’ well above the poverty line.

    The secret, of course, is that most of the money doesn’t go to help the ‘poor’ at all. It goes to pay clerks to push paper back and forth at each other.

    …and damned if you’ll ever get them to admit their function is superfluous.

    So don’t tell me about taking the money that we’ve borrowed in the first place and are spending as Israel wishes and spending it to ‘fight poverty’ (or vagrancy) instead.

    Let’s just not borrow the money at all.

  222. @ChuckOrloski

    ‘…Especially for those actively BDS’sing Sean’s mindlessness,🤗 linked way down below is an anti-war article where the ugly Zio Amerikan Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, dishonestly but correctly proclaimed the US Afghanistan war a success. ..’

    We can declare the Afghanistan war a success, a failure, or delicious served with pesto.

    …just so long as we leave. Of all the necessarily fruitless wastes of money…

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
  223. @AnonStarter

    ‘…Been hearing this since I first began criticizing American policy in my youth. Didn’t Sean say this country was a democracy?

    Were it 1776, he’d be siding with the Tories: “Thou must submitteth to the Crown, lest ye be pilloried forthwith, ye ingrate Patriot!”

    On Barrett’s thread, he’s fishing for a Manchurian candidate to work some kind of mischief against Larry Silverstein, leveling accusations of cowardice against others for failing to “do something about him.”

    Between this and running interference for the status quo, it’s obvious he’s an intel operative.’

    Sean is vermin. As a kind of involuntary connoisseur of Zionists and their successive depths of moral foulness, he’s really down there. I’d rank him even lower than Lot and that horrible creature from San Francisco.

  224. bjondo says:

    Terminal cancer.

    https://www.trunews.com/stream/robert-maxwell-house-spies-dead-to-the-last-drop
    Robert Maxwell/Hyman Hoch at approx 24:28.

    https://www.counterpunch.org/2008/09/27/an-israeli-trojan-horse/

    Promis, Amdocs, Verint. What else?

    The Maxwells: Hyman Hoch, Ghislaine Hoch, Isabel Hoch, Christine Hoch.
    Israeli spies.

    5ds

    • Replies: @bjondo
  225. anon[113] • Disclaimer says:
    @AnonStarter

    he’s fishing for a Manchurian candidate to work some kind of mischief

    What a perfect description, but there are others here trying (some more subtly, some not) to instigate foolish actions. Didn’t that Gutierrez smells like provocateur?

    • Replies: @AnonStarter
  226. anon[113] • Disclaimer says:
    @Cloak And Dagger

    when a Ron Paul or someone like him gets “elected”, I will resume participation.

    Don’t you mean “nominated”? How could anyone get elected if you don’t vote?

  227. @Colin Wright

    Colin opined: “…just so long as we leave (Afghanistan). Of all the necessarily fruitless wastes of money…”

    Hey Colin,

    (Zigh) “we” is an extremely retro concept because long ago, “we” fell to international Supremacist Jew power.

    You are well meaning, Colin, but speaking respectfully, re; above, you’re wearing thin and you seem better equipped to stick with fruitlessly combating the featherweight hasbarist, Sean. 👍!

    The Zionized Pentagon and MIC unaccountablty delight in all opportunities for profitably “wasting” money. Naturally, hungry tongues wag incessantly for war against Iran.🤑 Russia? Uh, well, they can put a much worse hurt on the Pentagon than whatever really happened on 9/11.

    So as a semi-humble guy,😏 & along with a specific “Graveyard of Empires” twist, I will repeat the following parable, taken from the Eagles song, “Hotel California,” and to which I stake claim: “The ZUS can check out of Afghanistan anytime it wants, but it can never leave.”

    Thanks, Colin, & my desire to respect.

    P.S.: If The Motherland Russia has tempting interests, & an available vacancy,🤔 she too will militarily check back into the geostrategic mineral & poppy rich Afghanistan. Er, that is of course tentative to the Soviet forces having totally “pulled out” from there.🤔

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
  228. @ChuckOrloski

    ‘…If The Motherland Russia has tempting interests, & an available vacancy,🤔 she too will militarily check back into the geostrategic mineral & poppy rich Afghanistan…’

    Hey. Russia had that war, and she abandoned it. We’ve got it now, and we’re not going to give it up!

    Finders keepers, and all that.

  229. Talha says:
    @AnonStarter

    lest ye be pilloried forthwith

    I’m quite jealous that I’ve been posting for years before you and never managed to figure out an opportunity to interject this phrase in any of my comments.

    Is it me or is it always neocons that; 1) tell people who oppose their policies to go live elsewhere (presumably so there’ll be less opposition to these policies) and 2) love to come up with grand geopolitical schemes where someone else or someone’s son will be marching into a meat grinder to make them come to fruition.

    Wa salaam.

  230. renfro says:
    @Cloak And Dagger

    I am not a bleeding heart liberal, but I am a believer in the social contract.

    Ditto.
    The cost of proper housing for the homeless besides being the humane thing to do would likely be off set by the cost of cleaning and policing areas and emergency room use and treatment for conditions they pick up in that environment. Also likely lowering of crime.

    • Agree: Cloak And Dagger
  231. renfro says:

    Did someone mention TruNews? I think this supports what I have said about the Christian Zios. They love the Israel doomsday scenario but they don’t love Jews. When the whole Israel thing goes south these fanatics will be the most fierce anti semites you have ever seen.

    How anti-Semitic beliefs have taken hold among some evangelical Christians

    (excerpts)

    BENSALEM, Pa. — As she cleans up the counter where the teenagers at her church’s Vacation Bible School ate their cookies and yogurt, Luba Yanko complains about the state of the country. President Trump is trying to act on Christian values, she believes. But from what she reads online, it seems that a certain group keeps getting in the way. Trump, she says, “is surrounded by a Zionist environment with completely different values from Christians. It’s kabbalist. It’s Talmudic values. Not the word of God.”
    In churches across America, evangelicals say they don’t believe they can get unbiased facts from any traditional news outlet that Trump has branded “fake news” (though many are fans of Fox News). They watch TV networks other than Fox and read major news websites but don’t trust them. Instead, they seek news from alternative websites and YouTube videos in which fiery pastors decry Jewish influence.
    TruNews, a nightly newscast with more than 18 million views on YouTube, bills its purpose “to offer Christians a positive alternative to the anti-Christian bigotry of the mainstream media.” Jews and Israel are a constant target for Rick Wiles, the Florida pastor who runs the show.
    Steven Anderson, the pastor of a Baptist church in Arizona who caused outrage during the Obama administration by saying he was praying for the president’s death, runs a YouTube channel with more than 62 million views. In sermons online, he claims, “The Jews believe that it’s okay for them to steal from Gentiles”; says that Jews and gay people run Hollywood; and emphasizes that Jews killed Jesus and are not God’s chosen people……https://www.washingtonpost.com/religion/2019/08/22/how-anti-semitic-beliefs-have-quietly-taken-hold-among-some-evangelical-christians/

    • Replies: @Cloak And Dagger
  232. Sean says:
    @Talha

    You were complaining about something you referred to as “my tax dollars” being spent on strong armed forces and foreign wars . I simply pointed out that America is a democracy and has a volunteer army, and wealthy as it is, it needs allies to reduce the costs of imposing a Pax Americana.

    You want America to withdraw from its foreign commitments, but that would create a power vacuum and it would not be a case of other countries moving in because they wanted to, they would be drawn in. Russia withdrew from Ukraine and then found the EU and America involving themselves in Ukraine and making it their ally. The West thought of it an international security did not intend to start a war in Ukraine that the Ukrainians would pay the price for . So war was necessary.

    If people like you had their isolationist way there would be American withdrawal from bases across the Middle East, and then everyone would get very nervous about their neighbour’s intentions and tensions and mutual suspicion would eventually lead to a major war starting that no one wanted, and America would inevitably be drawn in. It would be nice if all the world’s most powerful country had do to keep themselves safe and the world at peace is avoid bothering others and only be friends with morally pure states (Israel is very far from the worst the US has supported) , but international power politics is not so simple. Come to think of it, very few things are that simple: even navigating a schoolyard as a small child is not that simple.

    • Replies: @Talha
  233. Sean says:
    @AnonStarter

    On Barrett’s thread, he’s fishing for a Manchurian candidate to work some kind of mischief against Larry Silverstein, leveling accusations of cowardice against others for failing to “do something about him.”

    Barrett had a large photo of Silverstein smiling over an article that said Silverstein gave the order for the controlled demolitions of the WTC towers on 9/11.

    Giraldi is in a very different category to Barrett and his down-the-rabbit-hole analysis, There is nothing Giraldi says that he does not believe and it’s all perfectly rational. You can agree with much of it, and yet still disagree with his policy recommendations.

    • Replies: @bjondo
  234. @ChuckOrloski

    Many of us dumb goyim knew what would naturally ensue with the off-shoring of the manufacturing base. (How we used to chortle at lunch as we read about Dukakis’s prattling about the US becoming a service economy).

    An argument for off-shoring to China and India was that their rising middle classes would usher in western-style liberalism, yet did anyone in power similarly ever ponder what shrinking middle class countries in the west would engender?

  235. bjondo says:
    @Sean

    Barrett had a large photo of Silverstein

    Thought the pic was of a weasel that had stolen something.

  236. geokat62 says:

    Latest tweet by Gilad Atzmon proving further proof America has been completely Zionized:

    Excerpt from White House announces Jared Kushner’s former ‘coffee boy’ as new Middle East envoy:

    The new US-Middle East peace envoy will be a 30-year-old White House administrative assistant, President Donald Trump announced yesterday.

    Avi Berkowitz, an assistant to White House senior advisor and Mr Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner, will inherit the role from Jason Greenblatt, formerly Mr Trump’s real estate lawyer, after Mr Greenblatt announced yesterday he would step down.

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2019/09/06/white-house-announces-jared-kushners-former-coffee-boy-new-middle/amp/?WT.mc_id=tmg_share_em&__twitter_impression=true

  237. bjondo says:
    @bjondo

    More on the Hoch spies:

    Then there is Larry Zionist Ellison who sells software to the US govt, company – Oracle.

    Are his products spying for Israel?

    USG made him a billionaire.

    5ds

  238. @renfro

    Trump, she says, “is surrounded by a Zionist environment with completely different values from Christians. It’s kabbalist. It’s Talmudic values. Not the word of God.”

    This is heartening to hear! The only way to take our country back is mass awakening to the reality of our plight. Cock a doodle doo, citizens!

  239. @geokat62

    The new US-Middle East peace envoy will be a 30-year-old White House administrative assistant

    Well, it’s an easy job that doesn’t require any skills. Normally, this would be an ambassadorial position requiring diplomacy and tact to reconcile warring parties. But nothing is normal and the job only requires agreeing with and advocating for Israel, and it pays well, officially and unofficially. What’s not to like?

    • Agree: geokat62
  240. @geokat62

    Referencing a Gilad Atzmon revelation, geokat provided this comment-assembly with extra evidence which requires a verdict: “Latest tweet by Gilad Atzmon proving further proof America has been completely Zionized… Excerpt from White House announces Jared Kushner’s former ‘coffee boy’ as new Middle East envoy.”

    Oh, yeah, and the “war cunt,” Putin Slayer, Hillary, would have been worse than Shabbos goy King of the Jews. Haha.

    Thanks, geo. Go Trump, go! 👍. Day to day, he is awakening thousands of Amerikans to the Jewish Supremacist nature of President Bonespur’s rogue regime.*

    * This appropos & funny nickname created by Counterpunch editor, J. St. Clair.

    • Replies: @geokat62
  241. Talha says:
    @Sean

    mutual suspicion would eventually lead to a major war starting that no one wanted

    Irony is not your strong point it seems. Imagine that – wars occurring in the Middle East that no one wants. Hmmm…let me press replay on history over the last two decades and see if that happened.

    Oh wait, that’s right; Israel wanted those wars so that was OK – we’re only talking about wars Israel doesn’t want.

    all the world’s most powerful country had do to keep themselves safe

    We must fight Iranians over there to stop Saudis from hi-jacking planes over here. Got it – the logic is airtight.

    Still don’t want my tax dollars going to Pax Americana.

    Peace.

    • Agree: AnonStarter, annamaria
    • Replies: @anon
    , @Sean
  242. anon[113] • Disclaimer says:
    @Talha

    Did you mean …..Saudis could be used as patsies over here because we entrapped Saddam and squatted over there….

  243. geokat62 says:
    @ChuckOrloski

    Oh, yeah, and the “war cunt,” Putin Slayer, Hillary, would have been worse than Shabbos goy King of the Jews. Haha.

    lol

    Hey. Chuck. Some more info on how Jewish Supremacists have infiltrated America with complete impunity:

  244. @Talha

    Is it me or is it always neocons that; 1) tell people who oppose their policies to go live elsewhere (presumably so there’ll be less opposition to these policies)

    An excellent point, Talha! A decidedly surreptitious form of restricting free speech by removing the speaker from the venue. I hadn’t thought about that before…

    Can we ask the shills for Israel to go live on another site as a recommendation in kind?

    • Replies: @Talha
  245. @geokat62

    America has been riddled and infiltrated by Israeli spies at the highest possible level for decades.

    I am convinced that America’s jewish* population far exceeds the much touted and lowballed figure of just 2%. I believe that the actual figure is an order of magnitude larger, and prohibition of “jew counting” is a deliberate attempt at obfuscating the size of the problem (the zionist jews).

    *I am distinguishing between zionist jews and the rest of the jews, although the latter doesn’t seem like a large segment of the jewish population, or are, at least, not vocal in their objection to Israel and zionism, with a few notable exceptions.

  246. Ahoy says:

    @ Durruti #51

    I read “Freedom is not free. It must be paid for”. Salute, Durruti, you hit it on the nail!

    Indifference is killing America. It looks like every American is OK as long as he has a hamburger and a coke. It is a very sad situation to trade freedom for mere existence.

    On the other hand they have an advantage that Russians under the Tsar never had, they have guns. If they did have, a bunch of Brooklyn khazar jews would have not been able to conquer the Empire and kill the Tsar.

    Amerixa is at a crossroad. Indifference and slavery or they are ready to pay the price for Freedom

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
  247. @anon

    /Didn’t that Gutierrez smells like provocateur?/

    Can’t say I’m familiar with him, though I’ll keep my eyes open.

    They’re not always easy to spot, but when you see them repeatedly dishing out the equivalent of schoolyard bully chicken clucks, it’s fairly simple to conclude provocation.

  248. @Talha

    /I’m quite jealous that I’ve been posting for years before you and never managed to figure out an opportunity to interject this phrase in any of my comments./

    [laughing]

    A small revelation: I was posting on electronic bulletin board systems using a 300 baud Atari modem in the mid-eighties. Not sure if you were referring specifically to unz or cyberspace, but I thought it necessary to let you know I’ve been around this medium since before its exposure to the general public in the early nineties.

    /Is it me or is it always neocons that; 1) tell people who oppose their policies to go live elsewhere (presumably so there’ll be less opposition to these policies) and 2) love to come up with grand geopolitical schemes where someone else or someone’s son will be marching into a meat grinder to make them come to fruition./

    Those kind of folks have been with us well before those who would become neocons were still following in the footsteps of Trotsky.

    As Colin observed, America would be much better off without them.

    • Replies: @Talha
  249. Talha says:
    @Cloak And Dagger

    Can we ask the shills for Israel to go live on another site as a recommendation in kind?

    Daily Wire has a comments section, I’m sure Ben Shapiro wouldn’t mind adding new voices to the neocon echo chamber.

    Apparently though, it’s only someone with my views that is considered “pestering Americans” while neocons assume everyone thinks their way except those ungrateful people who hate America.

    Peace.

  250. Talha says:
    @AnonStarter

    referring specifically to unz

    Yeah, just UNZ.

    I was posting on electronic bulletin board systems using a 300 baud Atari modem in the mid-eighties.

    Whoa! I was pretty young , so I was playing Atari 2600 at the same time. I got so good at Snoopy and the Red Baron that I could literally keep playing forever – my little brother hated it. Now Jungle Hunt, that was beyond my capabilities.

    Wa salaam.

    • Replies: @AnonStarter
  251. @Ahoy

    Ahoy said: “Amerixa is at a crossroad.”

    Oh yeah, Ahoy. Above, N., S., E. & W. to Zion hell.

    Fyi, a report (linked below) indicating how New Jersey’s Teterboro Airport was a hub for Epstein’s sex trafficking of underage girls.

    Hm. Was Teterboro the T.S.A.’s original employee training center where employees had to certify doing sensual “pat downs”? 😏

  252. @geokat62

    Good evening, geo.

    Am pondering how you have related “more info on how Jewish Supremacists have infiltrated America with complete impunity.”

    (Zigh) Yes. Israel’s “many wars” waged with “complete impunity” here in my fellow “Homeland” are routine, blase, overlooked.

    In video linked below, the former Shabbos goy Mayor of NYC, Rudy Giuliani,👺 has comeback to further screw with the very vulnerable & malleable Amerikan mind by talking good ole time Gunsmoke, Matt Dillon, jail “sense.” 🙃

    Giuliani did a great job at trying to provoke a targeted Amerikan audience to narrow things down, & think rationally about Epstein’s suicide.🤗 Too bad Rudy was across the Hudson at the time, & he couldn’t tackle the case of the ritual “dancing Israelis.” Thanks geo, & fyi, I am very glad to only like Maxwell coffee.👍!

    P.S.: Please look at the video linked to my comment # 261, geo, & you will descend into another Zio-dimension of, “If you see something, say something.”🙄

    • Replies: @geokat62
  253. geokat62 says:
    @ChuckOrloski

    … you will descend into another Zio-dimension of, “If you see something, say something.”

    Great interview, Chuck. My favourite quote:

    “Out of an airport like Teterboro, what we’re learning is that private, wealthy individuals like Jeffrey Epstein control the entire system. They come and go as they please.”

    Another prime example of the infiltration of Jewish Supremacists have wreaked on The Land of Bilk & Money, as you aptly put it, is this little gem.

    Excerpt from Netanyahu said to have offered Lewinsky tapes for Pollard: New critical book on the Clinton family claims that Israel tapped White House phones, blackmailed president with recordings of intern:

    Israel attempted to use tapes of former US president Bill Clinton’s steamy conversations with intern Monica Lewinsky to leverage the release of Jonathan Pollard, a new book on the Clinton family’s political enterprises has claimed. In the book, titled “Clinton Inc: The Audacious Rebuilding of a Political Machine,” author Daniel Halper relies on on-the-record interviews with former officials together with a close analysis of documents termed “the Monica Files” to paint a salacious – and uncomplimentary – picture of one of the most prominent political families in the United States.

    https://www.timesofisrael.com/netanyahu-said-to-have-offered-lewinsky-tapes-for-pollard/

    Thankfully, the Russiagate fiasco has ended. When will Ziongate commence? Unlike the bogus Russiagate, the amount of evidence supporting this conspiracy is as large as Mount Zion!

  254. Miggle says:
    @Lot

    Lot, you got the wording a little wrong.

    “Israel” is involved in four different wars: Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, and Yemen, with more to come as long as “Israel” exists. So who is to blame for mideast instability?

  255. Sean says:
    @Talha

    wars occurring in the Middle East that no one wants. Hmmm…let me press replay on history over the last two decades and see if that happened.

    The biggest was the Iran-Iraq war, which was a continuation of an ancient conflict, and America was quite happy with it.

    I was talking about WW3. If a great power withdraws its rival will be drawn in and there will be a war. That is what happened with Ukraine.

    We must fight Iranians over there to stop Saudis from hi-jacking planes over here

    The attack on Iraq was to get rid of Saddam in order that the US army in Saudi Arabia that was the main complaint of Bin Laden could be withdrawn. Unfortunately, Saddam balanced the Iranians so with Saddam gone, the Iranian Revolutionary Islamic regieme must be checked. They certainly cannot expect to be left alone and given aid with just a little diplomatic zig zagging, while keeping their nuclear facilities essentially intact. The Iranians will not be trusted with a bomb, and if they want to continue down the path to one, they will be stopped by military force.

    • Replies: @Talha
    , @annamaria
  256. geokat62 says:

    Congratulations, Sean. So many whoppers in a single comment… you may have broken the record!

    The attack on Iraq was to get rid of Saddam in order that the US army in Saudi Arabia that was the main complaint of Bin Laden could be withdrawn.

    No, the attack on Iraq was to get rid of Saddam in order to enhance the security of the villa in the jungle… and you know it.

    Unfortunately, Saddam balanced the Iranians so with Saddam gone, the Iranian Revolutionary Islamic regieme must be checked.

    Unfortunate, indeed. I can almost see the crocodile tears streaming down your cheeks.

    But this narrative (that Iran represents a threat now that the counter-balance provided by Saddam is gone) contradicts what Nut’nYahoo told a congressional committee back in 2002:

    ”If you take out Saddam, Saddam’s regime, I guarantee you that it will have enormous positive reverberations on the region.”

    No provisos, no qualifications, nada.

    I guess Bibi wasn’t as forthcoming as you now are, Sean?

  257. Ahoy says:

    @ ChuckOrloski

    Hey Chuck. I love your “Above, N., S., E. & W. to Zion hell.

    I took a fast mind journey from U.S.S. Liberty to Kennedy murder, to 9/11, to Bushes, to Clintons, to the Teterboro Airport video and that Giuliani show on the Epstein case. I have to admitt that Americans have been given such a high dose of “I don’t give a shit” pills that find great pleasure in swimming in the ocean of Zio slavery.

    I also stopped at the Obama bus stop for a drink because I was getting a little dizzy and back to the bus for tRunp city.

    The free thinking and writing , together with free speech have become fantasies for the many and exclusive right of their Masters. These last ones can say whatever they want because they know the sheep eat only grass. Here is an example.

    Taking this one step further, the crossing point Indifference/Freedom was way back and Americans chose “I don’t give a shit”. The Founding Fathers gave them guns to protect their freedom, they chose to use them as decoration in their living room instead.

    It was a moment of hoping against hope on my part, my brother Chuck.

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
  258. @Talha

    Our family started with an Atari 400, then we moved to an 800XL with a 3.5″ floppy drive and 300 bps modem. One of my favorites was BlueMax, the WWI fighter pilot game that played like Zaxxon.

    Conan the Barbarian was addictive as well.

    A friend of mine set up on his Apple IIe a “war board,” to which you dialed in and followed text prompts to “attack” one or another member, losing hit points or defeating them in the process. That was a fast-paced, oddly compelling game which usually rewarded berserker-like idiocy.

    Needless to say, I was the top-ranked player.

    • Replies: @Talha
  259. @Ahoy

    Ahoy wisely emphasized: “Taking this one step further, the crossing point Indifference/Freedom was way back and Americans chose “I don’t give a shit”.

    Yes, Bro Ahoy, I concur that multi-millions of frustrated & willing-to-work average (primarily White) Americans have adopted a “I don’t give a shit” attitude because they logically figure they are powerless to fight against the omnipresent ZOG & it’s “Rich Man & Lazarus” economy.

    For me the greatest “CROSSROAD” obstacle is Jewish billionaire & Lobby candidate mega-donors who stand as police and centrally direct Amerikan “voter” traffic toward Israel’s primary demands.

    Linked way, way down below, fyr, I offer an article-example where “One Titan Issue,” Haim Saban,👺proclaims love for all the 2020 Democrats except one, the Jewish Vt. Senator Bernie Sanders who during the rigged campaign, 2016, was railroaded by the Jewish DNC Chairman, Debbie Wasserman Schultz.

    Haim Saban calls the 2020 Sanders campaign a “disaster zone” and he’s unforgiving of The Bern for his having launched a letter that called for humanitarian aid to the Gaza Strip.🙃

    (Zigh) The Zionized DNC figures the demographically changed state of Texas can fall to them in 2020, 🤑and cunningly, the 3rd Zionist-controlled Democrat debate’s venue is booming Houston.

    https://www.commondreams.org/news/2019/07/10/billionaire-mega-donor-haim-saban-says-he-loves-all-2020-democrats-except-bernie

    Thanks my Brothers Ahoy & geokat. To geo: I figure that the DNC surge to topple uber-Likud PreZident tRump will be akin to that which Saddam experienced minus of course the physicality of the Mar a Lago “King of the Jews” having to descend into a Takrit street manhole.

    Selah, uh, there is no biz like Liz business?🇮🇱

    • Replies: @geokat62
  260. Talha says:
    @AnonStarter

    800XL with a 3.5″ floppy drive and 300 bps modem

    Wow – old school!

    That was a fast-paced, oddly compelling game which usually rewarded berserker-like idiocy.

    Sounds a bit like Twitter to be honest…

    Wa salaam.

    • Replies: @AnonStarter
  261. Talha says:
    @Sean

    I think I see why many neocons think the way they do. They seem to have their own version of history.

    The biggest was the Iran-Iraq war

    WAS. The recent Iraq War dwarfed it and its consequences – spilling over into neighboring countries and destabilizing them…now, if that was the goal then – bravo.

    which was a continuation of an ancient conflict

    Hardly. It was basically a border dispute about a relatively small (but important) delta region and after the war, both sides agree to the previous international treaties on the issue. This was not some rehash of the Arab invasions or Persia – that’s only the kind of nonsense one might hear from Saddam’s propaganda ministry – “Mother of All Battles” and all that nonsense.

    America was quite happy with it.

    Of course. Stability of the region has never been the goal.

    in order that the US army in Saudi Arabia that was the main complaint of Bin Laden could be withdrawn

    This is nonsense. After the first Gulf War we’ve had plenty of options besides Saudi or Iraq. We are all over the place including (heavily in Kuwait, which has basically become one massive base):
    https://www.americansecurityproject.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/Ref-0213-US-Military-Bases-and-Facilities-Middle-East.pdf

    The Iranians will not be trusted with a bomb

    You keep on making the same case hoping someone will believe you. The intelligence agencies state otherwise:
    “The intelligence agencies said Iran continues to work with other parties to the nuclear deal it reached with the U.S. and other Western nations. In doing so, they said, it has at least temporarily lessened the nuclear threat.”
    https://www.defensenews.com/global/the-americas/2019/01/29/us-intel-chiefs-share-latest-assessment-of-north-korea-iran-nuclear-programs/

    “Bolton’s statement that Iran continues to seek a nuclear weapon contradicts the International Atomic Energy Agency, which monitors Tehran’s nuclear programs as part of the 2015 Iran nuclear deal. It also directly clashes with Coats, whose recent Worldwide Threat Assessment said the US’s top spies and analysts ‘continue to assess that Iran is not currently undertaking the key nuclear weapons-development activities we judge necessary to produce a nuclear device.’”
    https://www.businessinsider.com/white-house-differs-with-intelligence-community-on-iran-nuclear-deal-2019-2

    Where did you learn they are making a bomb since our intelligence agencies are saying otherwise? Oh yeah, the super-awesome, slick Israeli presentation:

    That’s OK man, you keep on doing your neocon shuck and jive, I’m sure some people out there will believe you eventually or just simply capitulate because they are too tired to argue against the same exact talking points you guys keep repeating before every Middle East war.

    Peace.

    • Agree: AnonStarter, annamaria
  262. Hi Talha, straight up, you perpetuate flyweight hasbarist Sean’s “making the same case hoping someone will believe you.”

    Problem/solution, Talha, BDS little Sean.

    Afterward, and except for ltd. participation with like distorted & underachieving troll commenters, I guarantee Sean will be “shucked” & gone.

  263. annamaria says:
    @Sean

    Sean, you need to read more before posting your opinions. — Al Qaeda is the US creation. https://courses.lumenlearning.com/suny-hccc-worldhistory2/chapter/the-united-states-and-the-mujahideen/
    “The CIA provided assistance to anti-Soviet mujahideen rebels through the Pakistani intelligence services in a program called Operation Cyclone.”
    https://www.commondreams.org/views/2019/03/24/killing-credibility-look-back-1999-nato-air-war-serbia

    From 1992 to 1995, the Pentagon flew thousands of al-Qaeda mujahideen, often accompanied by US Special Forces, from Central Asia to Europe to reinforce Bosnian Muslims as they fought Serbs to gain their independence from the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. The Clinton administration armed and trained these fighters in flagrant violation of United Nations accords; weapons purchased by Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Iran were secretly shipped to the jihadists via Croatia, which netted a hefty profit from each transaction. The official Dutch inquiry into the 1995 Srebrenica massacre, in which thousands of Bosniak (Bosnian Muslim) men and boys were slaughtered by Bosnian Serb and Serbian paramilitary forces, concluded that the United States was “very closely involved” in these arms transfers.

    https://www.globalresearch.ca/america-created-al-qaeda-and-the-isis-terror-group/5402881

    The 2003 American invasion and occupation of Iraq created the pre-conditions for radical Sunni groups, like ISIS, to take root. … The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) used to have a different name: Al Qaeda in Iraq. After 2010 the group rebranded and refocused its efforts on Syria.

    There are essentially three wars being waged in Syria: one between the government and the rebels, another between Iran and Saudi Arabia, and yet another between America and Russia. It is this third, neo-Cold War battle that made U.S. foreign policy makers decide to take the risk of arming Islamist rebels in Syria, because Syrian President, Bashar al-Assad, is a key Russian ally. Rather embarrassingly, many of these Syrian rebels have now turned out to be ISIS thugs, who are openly brandishing American-made M16 Assault rifles.

    America’s Middle East policy revolves around oil and Israel.

    Israel “has refused to join the non-proliferation treaty along with three nuclear weapon states: India, Pakistan and North Korea.” Here is the opinion of neighboring countries: “Israel’s undeclared nuclear arsenal presents the greatest threat to peace in the region.” This is true. Since Israel behaves like an outlaw, Israel’ voice has zero value re nuclear facilities. Mind your own business. And learn how to sort out your problems with your neighbors (cousins) without US help. And don’t forget to take all your Israel-firsters to Israel, which will help to clean the air in the US & EU from the Lobby’s stinky presence. https://www.theguardian.com/world/2012/dec/04/un-tells-israel-nuclear-inspectors

  264. @Talha

    /Sounds a bit like Twitter to be honest…/

    Well, there were some significant differences.

    The game wasn’t as nearly as invasive or wasteful of my time.

    Most importantly, it was actually enjoyable.

  265. geokat62 says:
    @ChuckOrloski

    I figure that the DNC surge to topple uber-Likud PreZident tRump will be akin to that which Saddam experienced minus of course the physicality of the Mar a Lago “King of the Jews” having to descend into a Takrit street manhole.

    Hey, Chuck. Thanks for bringing back such vivid memories of “Takrit street manhole.”

    Saddam was a dead man walking as soon as he decided to fund the family’s of Pal suicide bombers to the tune of $25k and drop 39 scud missiles on the Jewish state, during the first gulf war.

    Poor Saddam, he hadn’t realized how Zionized the ZUSA had become… and he fell for (((their))) trap like a ripe fruit!

    • Replies: @Sean
  266. Sean says:
    @geokat62

    Saddam was a dead man walking as soon as he and drop 39 scud missiles on the Jewish state, during the first gulf war.

    Interesting point that Bush the Elder did not topple Saddam despite the Scud attacks. The suicide bomber families compensation a decade later was a relatively minor offence compared to the Scuds.

  267. anon[143] • Disclaimer says:
    @geokat62

    Avi Berkowitz, an assistant to White House senior advisor and Mr Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner, ”

    The world will know and remember that an young man uncorrupted by DC poetics ( he was not there that long ) was chosen to bring fresh ideas . World would be told that America looks for talents and finds in most unexpected quarters . These boys are dreamer ,an American to the core and wants to advance American sense of justice honesty and what is right.
    Also no one will know the connection to Judaism or to Israel from birth through birth through upbringing and from intense involvement with Zionst like Kushner . Years later US will remember him to be just another face and people will think Goym who hurt Goym .

    The country has not vetted him The country has not chosen him . The country has not looked into his past present and possible future orientation .

    His credentials run short minimum requirements . Why does people still blame Nero for choosing a horse as a senator?

    Why does America blame Castro for choosing his brother? Why does American blame Saddam for picking up his sons as successor? God knows why. God knows why we should object to dynastic rules in NK but ignore the ill gotten neocon-money -driven appointment of the thuggish neocons in the administration.

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