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There is an old saying that allegedly came out of the French Revolution, that revolution, like the god Saturn, devours its own children. It was reportedly uttered by Georges Danton at the trial that preceded his execution and could be applied equally to the demise of Trotsky after the Russian Revolution. It meant that the leaders that drove the dramatic political developments frequently get a taste of power and become resistant to any further change. They often end up turning on their own former followers who have different ideas on how to run the country.

Nearly all the top-level political appointees that have served the Donald Trump administration would describe themselves as conservatives but genuine conservatives as they would have been configured during the presidency of Dwight Eisenhower have actually been quite thin on the ground. One recalls how Ike publicly denounced the developing “Military Industrial Complex,” explaining how “We pay for a single fighter plane with a half-million bushels of wheat. We pay for a single destroyer with new homes that could have housed more than 8,000 people. This is not a way of life at all. Under the cloud of threatening war, it is humanity hanging from a cross of iron.” That was real conservatism speaking. These days, when genuine conservatives cast in that mold do turn up, there is frequently a concerted effort to make them go away.

The latest genuine conservative candidate for high office who is being subjected to character assassination by many of the usual suspects is Colonel Douglas Macgregor, nominated on July 27th by President Trump to serve as U.S. Ambassador to Germany. Macgregor, if he can survive the approval process in the Senate where the GOP has a slight majority, will be replacing Richard Grenell, an extremely unpopular chief of mission who did major damage to relations with the host country due to his arrogance and propensity to spread White House propaganda. Germany is, by the way, a major European ally.

The Macgregor nomination has been viciously attacked by CNN, Max Boot of the Washington Post and by the Anti-Defamation League (ADL). Politico describes him as a “renegade retired colonel” and Congressional Democrats like the hopelessly corrupt Senator Robert Menendez are also piling on while piously insisting that “Macgregor’s comments disqualify him from any government office.” That alone should be enough to convince the casual observer that Macgregor is fully qualified for the job and should be approved.

And if anything else should be required, Mac is a decorated combat-experienced Army officer who won a Bronze Star for valor when he commanded an armored brigade that went into battle against Saddam’s elite forces in the 1991 Gulf War. He and his men destroyed 70 enemy armored vehicles in a major engagement. He has written five books and is a regular contributor to the commentary on the thoughtful end of conservative media, by which I mean Tucker Carlson. He also reportedly speaks regularly to Donald Trump, so the presumption is that he is trusted by the president and could actually have some positive influence over policy.

And as for his practical qualifications to interact well with the host country, Macgregor is a West Point graduate who speaks German fluently and studied German military and political history at the University of Virginia, where he earned an M.A. and a Ph.D. His advanced study focused on the World War Two fighting between the then Soviet Union and Nazi Germany.

So, let’s review some of the genuine good old-fashioned American interests based conservative principles that Macgregor stands for. Bear in mind that his language is often salty, blunt and to the point, and he rarely worries about being politically correct. He is highly critical of orthodox military thinking as exemplified by the “failed” Iraq and Afghan Wars, which he fought in, and he refers to the generals and defense contractors as components of a “self-licking ice cream cone.”

Macgregor sees no national security justification for the continued presence of U.S. troops in Syria and he has also argued that the United States has no compelling national interest to remain in Iraq. He believes that NATO is no longer useful and that the United States should not be defending a prosperous Europe from a Russia that poses no real threat, a view shared by many all across the political spectrum both in the U.S. and Europe.

Macgregor has also observed correctly that an expansionistic Turkey rather than Iran poses the real threat to stability in the Middle East and he doubts whether Iran wants to attack anyone. He has described political ex-General David Petraeus as a “useful fool” who serves as a mouthpiece for pro-war politicians and the media and has criticized the Clinton Administration’s intervention against Serbian forces during the Kosovo War in the 1990s to “put, essentially, a Muslim drug mafia in charge of that country. These people have never been our friends. They aren’t ever going to be our friends. They are incurably hostile. I’m talking about the Sunni Islamists.” He has likewise condemned the Obama overthrow of the Libyan government, turning a prosperous and stable nation into a terrorist haunted hellhole.

Macgregor will be tasked with restoring the balance in the German-American relationship at a time when 12,000 U.S. troops will be withdrawn from the country. Trump did not inform the German Chancellor Angela Merkel in advance of the decision and there are reports that there were a number of nasty phone calls with Trump characteristically hurling insults and accusations. Macgregor will be tasked with fixing that even though he has made it clear that nearly all U.S. troops should be withdrawn from Germany because he believes that there is no risk that Russia will attack anyone beyond its current borders in Eastern Europe.

Against all the positives relating to Macgregor, the critics have compiled a list of what they regard as his failings. He has called illegal immigration from Mexico a national security threat being encouraged by the Democratic Party to change the U.S. demographics in its favor. As a response, he has called for martial law along the border if required to stop the immigrants and he would enforce it by shooting intruders if necessary. Regarding Germany itself, he has been a critic of Merkel’s opening her borders to waves of illegal immigrants. One might note that these are essentially standard conservative positions, with the exception of the shooting, that won the presidency for Trump in 2016. Merkel’s open immigration policies have also been widely condemned by both Germans and other Europeans.

Macgregor is skeptical of Russiagate and believes that the Russian intervention to seize parts of Ukraine was a predictable defensive reaction to a coup engineered by the United States. Max Boot, born in Russia and Jewish, is a neocon and no friend of the Kremlin. He interprets Macgregor’s unwillingness to demonize Russia as “a disquieting tendency to echo Vladimir Putin’s propaganda,” which it is not. It is a realistic assessment of the dangerous situation in Eastern Europe engineered by Boot and his neocon friends.

But the real issue that the critics have with Macgregor inevitably come down to the Israel/Jewish agenda, a hurdle that is also bedeviling the nomination of William Ruger, another antiwar critic of Middle Eastern foreign policy, who has been nominated as ambassador to Afghanistan. Per Boot “[Macgregor] even thinks that Germany has gone too far in making penance for Nazi crimes,” citing a 2018 comment by the colonel: “There’s sort of a sick mentality that says that generations after generations must atone for the sins of what happened in 13 years of German history and ignore the other 1,500 years of Germany. And Germany played a critical role in central Europe in terms of defending and preserving Western civilization.”

The ADL has expressed “deep concern” over the Macgregor appointment due to his “problematic remarks,” which it also describes as “highly troubling.” They have expressed their concern by way of a letter to Chairman Jim Risch and also to senior Democratic Party Ranking Member Bob Menendez of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. They accused Macgregor of having “downplay[ed] the importance of commemorating the Holocaust era, [and] exaggerating the views and influence of ‘people who call themselves neocons.’”

Of course, the neocons are fundamentally a Jewish movement that inter alia engages in the promotion of perpetual U.S. engagement in the Middle East on behalf of Israel. Ironically, while Macgregor is opposed to military intervention nearly everywhere, he is well-liked and even admired by the Israeli military officers and other officials that he met with on numerous visits to Israel both as an Army officer and since that time. He supports “defensible borders” for the Jewish state and has called the move of the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem “long overdue.”

But Macgregor’s actual credentials come up against the Jewish suffering requirement. ADL Chief Executive Jonathan Greenblatt argued that “We need an American ambassador in Berlin who will forcefully push back against antisemitism and the minimizing of the Holocaust, not somebody whose past statements indicate that he might encourage those hateful ideas.” The ADL letter also complained that Macgregor’s apparent views “…would also place him at odds with the overwhelming bipartisan consensus of Congress, as demonstrated by legislation passed in this Congressional session with the encouragement of ADL such as the Never Again Education Act as well as House and Senate resolutions that condemned antisemitic tropes about dual loyalty or Jewish power.”

It is indeed interesting how Jewish groups exercise their power freely and openly demonstrate dual loyalty when it suits them and then pretend that they are both powerless and loyal Americans when someone challenges them. ADL and other organizations like it are in the “what have they done for the Jews” business. Continuing to tighten the screws on Germany to make reparations for Israel and the diaspora a perpetual gift that keeps on giving is one of their key objectives. The Never Again Education Act is little more than a government subsidized program to make sure that American school children are fed an approved diet of propaganda about what happened in Europe between 1939 and 1945. It makes Jews perpetual victims that always have to be protected and given special dispensation by the powers that be.

In this case, having an ambassador in Germany who just might not spend his time catering to Jewish interests by “forcefully push[ing] back against antisemitism and the minimizing of the holocaust” is something that must be nipped in the bud by ADL. That is too bad, as there are bilateral issues like trade and defense involving Germany and the U.S. that impact on all Americans and Douglas Macgregor would appear to be the right man to deal with them. But as is all too often the case in the United States, the loudest voices, like ADL, are generally the ones that Congress pays attention to.

Philip Giraldi, Ph.D. is Executive Director of the Council for the National Interest.

(Republished from Strategic Culture Foundation by permission of author or representative)
 
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  1. What a pathetic picture of the U.S. leadership Philip Giraldi paints. They are apparently, little more than political whores for another nation.

  2. – Of course to the Zentralrat a non-Jewish viceroy (vicegoy?) is the first step towards the ovens; nihil novi.
    It MIGHT be a conciliatory gesture toward the Germans (who have had it with Grenell).
    It might also be a stirring of reason (fat chance).
    Either way if Orange Man expects electoral help in return he is deluded.

    • Agree: Charon
  3. Thanks for the Eisenhower “We pay for… Cross of Iron” quote.

    I kept it and will be using it.

    Like Trump himself, one of the strongest virtues of Macgregor may be that he’s hated by all the right people.

  4. “There’s sort of a sick mentality that says that generations after generations must atone for the sins of what happened in 13 years of German history and ignore the other 1,500 years of Germany. And Germany played a critical role in central Europe in terms of defending and preserving Western civilization.”

    This guy knows history plus is a patriot.

    In fact Friedrich Wilhelm von Steuben helped save the American Revolution. While the English laid the legal and legislative framework, German immigrants and their descendants with names like Boeing/Böing and and Chyrsler/Kreißler turned the United States into an industrial power.

    The whole saga echoes Chuck Hagel’s ordeal at the hands of Abraham Foxman and the ADL. Yet people claim organized Jewry doesn’t exist.

    • Agree: Kolya Krassotkin, Ugetit
  5. I find it ironic that German hating Eisenhower would use a similar analogy to Hitler. Hitler commented that the cost of manufacturing a shell was about the same as building a house for a German worker, then questioned why he would manufacture a thousand shells that may never be used, and for which nobody would thank him, when he could build a thousand homes and have thousands thank him.

    “There’s sort of a sick mentality that says that generations after generations must atone for the sins of what happened in 13 years of German history and ignore the other 1,500 years of Germany. And Germany played a critical role in central Europe in terms of defending and preserving Western civilization.”

    It never occurs to people that it is not the 13 years that matter to the lobby, it was the critical role in defending and preserving Western civilization.

    • Thanks: Ugetit
  6. Anonymous[321] • Disclaimer says:
    @Dr.C. Fhandrich

    Hence the term ZOG. Dealing with ZOG is a lot like dealing with Anthony Fremont in the Twilight Zone episode, “It’s a Good Life”.

    And here’s what happens when you stand up to ZOG:

    • Thanks: Bubba
    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @Sin City Milla
  7. Voltarde says:

    From what I’ve learned from this article, Douglas MacGregor should be the 2024 presidential nominee of the Republican Party. Maybe that possibility helps explain the intensity of the opposition to his service as a diplomat?

    • Agree: Epaminondas
    • Replies: @Durruti
  8. Durruti says:
    @Voltarde

    From what I’ve learned from this article, Douglas MacGregor should be the 2024 presidential nominee of the Republican Party. Maybe that possibility helps explain the intensity of the opposition to his service as a diplomat?

    You want to see even more Pandering? This is from Giraldi’s article.

    And if anything else should be required, Mac is a decorated combat-experienced Army officer who won a Bronze Star for valor when he commanded an armored brigade that went into battle against Saddam’s elite forces in the 1991 Gulf War.

    Oh yes; that was a good war (Puppet American service to Zionist imperialism). Saddam Hussein sent most of his army home. There was little Iraqi opposition to the overwhelming power of the USA and its NATO slave ‘allies.’

    For those who support Casino Trump in 2020: This is more evidence of his inhuman immoral depravity. The Oligarchs began by assassinating Kennedy, got away with it, and have continued ever since. A high ranking Iranian General Soleimani was a recent victim.

    https://www.prisonplanet.com/trump-says-he-wanted-to-assassinate-assad-blames-ex-defense-chief-mattis-for-staying-his-hand.html

    The Zionist puppet leaders from either political gang, democraps, or republicants, deserve Trial for Treason, not political office.

    Voting in a phony Hollywood Production pretend election is not the answer.

    We must restore our Republic, assassinated, along with our last constitutional President, John F. Kennedy, on November 22, 1963.

    • Troll: Tlotsi
    • Replies: @Getaclue
    , @sally
    , @Moi
    , @Ugetit
  9. Ever wandering, stateless, at home nowhere and everywhere at the same time, Cosmopolitan, corrosive, Nation Wrecker, Khazar, Zionist, Talmud thumping, NeoCon rats and snakes…
    Threat or Menace ?

    Why do the under rock dwelling scum; Feith, Perle, Wolfowitz, Kagan, Nuland, Wurmser, Kristol, Abrams and on and on and on…remain free as birds, dirty birds that crap all over this nomadic predator afflicted nation ?

    Their venal stooges: Biden, Clintons, Bushes, Obongo, Petraus, Clarke…even the part-time stooges Trump and Barr…who WILL NOT go after Antifa on RICO prosecutions because following the money trail will lead DIRECTLY to rich jews…are only a little less culpable.

    Jared “Chicken Swinger” Kushner should have his skinny ass/simpering face kicked back to Joisey, and his brain damaged wife instructed to STFU and tend her offspring.

  10. It would be tremendously beneficial to Germany if Macgregor became the ambassador there and proceeded to publicly question the Caustic Hollow. I remember reading that when the Zyklon B arrived at the camps the rate of Jewish deaths plummeted because the typhus epidemic ended, was ended by using the Zyklon-generated gas on the prisoners’ clothes to prevent transmission by fleas.

    • Agree: anarchyst
    • Replies: @mocissepvis
    , @Badger Down
  11. Well, since Trump never used the bully pulpit against McConnell, and McConnell will be re-elected, Trump has no leverage and, even if he wins again, will be a lame duck doing McConnell’s bidding.

  12. Geokat62 posted a 2018 conversation between Rabbi Shmuley Boteach and Bret Stephens, “Is Trump Good for the Jews?” ,https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R4VOA-0D62g&feature=emb_logo

    The two, as well as most of their Jewish audience, are on the opposite side of everything Dr. Giraldi stated that Col. Macgregor stands for.

    Robert Menendez is their champion (doubtless because Jewish help got him out of legal trouble).

    “A wall at the border with Mexico is outrageous and against Jewish values. A wall around Gaza is essential; it is not possible to compare the two: Israel’s wall is to keep out people who want to kill us; Mexicans just want to contribute to USA culture and prosperity. If USA ever becomes a nation that does not welcome immigrants, we may face a repeat of the 1930s when Jews were not admitted . . .”

    “Assad gassed his own people. It was wrong not to act against Assad.”

    “Iran wants to kill us!!”

    “It was very wrong for Trump not to condemn Charlottesville, where the memory of the sacred holocaust was disrespected.”

    Based on (especially) Stephens’s comments, these attitudes are deeply embedded in the Jewish psyche; they frame the Jewish way-of-being-in-the-world.

    I recently read Vladimir Jabotinsky’s 1923 Iron Wall doctrine
    http://www.marxists.de/middleast/ironwall/ironwall.htm
    (Recall that Bibi’s father, Benzion Netanyahu, was Jabotinsky’s acolyte, then successor, representing the zionist cause in USA in the late 1930s and 1940s. Bibi & Likud follow Benzion – Jabotinsky’s ideological militant zionism. As well, Benzion and Bibi introduced the concept of the Global War on Terror at a conference in Jerusalem July 1979).

    Jabotinsky’s reasons that Jews will never stop displacing the Arabs, and the Arabs will never voluntarily agree to be dispossessed of their land. Nor will Arabs be worn down by relentless Jewish persecution, nor bought off by Jewish bribes or blackmail. He wrote —

    Thus we conclude that we cannot promise anything to the Arabs of the Land of Israel or the Arab countries. Their voluntary agreement is out of the question. Hence those who hold that an agreement with the natives is an essential condition for Zionism can now say “no” and depart from Zionism. Zionist colonization, even the most restricted, must either be terminated or carried out in defiance of the will of the native population. This colonization can, therefore, continue and develop only under the protection of a force independent of the local population – an iron wall which the native population cannot break through. This is, in toto, our policy towards the Arabs. To formulate it any other way would only be hypocrisy.

    Not only must this be so, it is so whether we admit it or not. What does the Balfour Declaration and the Mandate mean for us? It is the fact that a disinterested power committed itself to create such security conditions that the local population would be deterred from interfering with our efforts.

    The United States, successor to the British of Balfour, IS zionism’s Iron Wall.
    This notion is an ineluctable reality in the minds of the Jewish people; Jabotinsky declared in 1923 that it was “moral” for zionists to dispossess the Arabs of their land, and Boteach and Stephens declared that “after the holocaust, USA has a moral obligation to Jews . . .”

    Jabotinsky’s Iron Wall doctrine explained the notion prevalent in Stephens’s comments that Jews are perfectly legitimately entitled to demand accommodations to their preferences from American political and other systems; no mention was even hinted at that suggested the Jews in the room might be sensitive to non-Jewish preferences.

    What can we do?
    How can we register support for Col. Macgregor?

    Why is it not acceptable for a room full of German-origin Americans, who, incidentally, comprise the largest ethnic group in USA; or Irish-origin Americans, or any other ethnic group in USA to gather and forthrightly state what they require of the US government, as their ‘moral right’?

    • Agree: Montefrío
    • Replies: @Achilles Wannabe
  13. @Bill Jones

    Like Trump himself, one of the strongest virtues of Macgregor may be that he’s hated by all the right people.

    Agree.

  14. Appears to be a pretty sound man — hope he gets the job.

  15. Exile says:

    The strident and fanatical Jewish insistence that every politician in the vassal United States must swear absolute fealty to the religion of Holocaustianity will cost Jews in the long run.

    Unless you are too afraid of the social enforcers to acknowledge the plain and obvious evidence, you can’t help but Notice that no one in U.S. politics is safe unless they swear dual loyalties, with fealty to Israel being supreme.

    If not, there’s always the Epstein solution – the one Jeffrey employed, or the one Jeffrey (and JFK) suffered.

    But most Americans believe that Jeffrey didn’t kill himself and Oswald didn’t act alone. Slowly but surely, they are Noticing something that is becoming clearer with every arrogant and fanatical demand of Zionist fixers and hatchet-men like the ADL.

  16. Don’cha just hate the chew?

    Disgusting and treacherous, even my children know not to trust any of them.

  17. Larry L says:
    @Bill Jones

    He’s NOT hated by the 911 MURDERING / Epstein RAPING BLACKMAILING / ISIS / Beruit NUKING Satanic SUMBAG PARASITES of Tel Aviv. Our REAL ENEMY. Wake up!

    • Troll: 36 ulster
    • Replies: @Meimou
  18. Realist says:

    But as is all too often the case in the United States, the loudest voices, like ADL, are generally the ones that Congress pays attention to.

    But as is all too often the case in the United States, the largest bribers, like ADL, are generally the ones that Congress pays attention to.

    FIFY

  19. Lot says:

    He seems great! You’re wrong about Trump’s prior appointment, who was also great.

    You’re also wrong that Germany is our ally in any but a formal sense. Not as long as the pro-Islamvasion Merkel and her allies run the show. She doesn’t just want to Islamify Europe, she uses Germany’s influence to cram Islamic migration into Eastern Europe too.

    We can only hope Germany will again be our ally. As it stands, it is part of a new Islam-Eurocuk Axis of Evil.

    • Agree: Ace
    • Troll: Sya Beerens
    • Replies: @RealAmerican
    , @Exile
  20. anarchyst says:

    Whoever and whatever the jews are against, I support. A gentile “litmus test” of sorts…
    Remember the USS Liberty (GTR-5) deliberately attacked by “our friend and ally” israel, on 8 June 1967.
    Unlike the phony jewish “holocaust” tale the attack and subsequent cover-up of the attack on the USS Liberty (GTR-5) must never be forgotten…

    • Agree: Durruti, Ace
  21. Katie B. says:

    Ike publicly denounced the developing “Military Industrial Complex,” explaining how “We pay for a single fighter plane with a half-million bushels of wheat.

    In the Franco-Brit colony of Canada, that’s total black out on the pathetic situation in the USA. Instead, it’s the usual constant bashing of the USA by the CBC, and Powercorporation, repeated at nauseam since the 1980s.

    Oh … i forgot to mention that the Anglo-US zios now want Canada to act as the middleman between the US and Europe. Powercorporation SUPPORTS the illegal independence of Kosovo, but DENIES Quebec’s independence. Why?

    Weekly for Six Months, US Unemployment Claims Exceeded One Million

    ”Economic collapse grips the country. Tens of millions of working-age Americans are unemployed, most others way underemployed earning poverty wages.

    The Economic Collapse blog explained that “more than half of all households in some of our largest cities are currently facing serious financial problems” because of dire economic conditions.

    It noted that the US suicide rate rose every year since the run-up to the 2008-09 financial crisis.”

    https://www.globalresearch.ca/weekly-six-months-us-unemployment-claims-exceeded-one-million/5724260

  22. A guy who invented the term “self-licking ice-cream cone” absolutely has my vote. It describes the MIC perfectly – and they are by no means the only one going. The non-existent lobby which cannot be named is the biggest self-licking ice-cream cone in the universe – a veritable black hole of self-licking. The racket from this and the many other self-licking cones in the District of Corruption must be truly deafening. Talk about a giant sucking sound….

  23. Getaclue says:
    @Durruti

    So your for Biden? Those are the choices thus there is only one way to vote — Trump.

    • Replies: @Durruti
  24. The much lauded Eisenhower was either a fraud or a fool.

    He sowed the seeds of Vietnam War, Guatemala and Central American disasters, and Iranian crisis. He should have left Vietnam alone. After dividing up their nation, US was bound to support the south. US shouldn’t have toppled the regime in Guatemala. It triggered Marxist rebellions and militarist terror. And Iran. What a mess that was.

    By messing up Central America, Southeast Asia, and the Middle East, he proved to be a boon for the military industrial complex.

    • Agree: Durruti, RVBlake
    • Replies: @dvorak
    , @anon
    , @Rich
    , @RVBlake
  25. Eireann says:

    The Never Again Education Act is little more than a government subsidized program to make sure that American school children are fed an approved diet of propaganda about what happened in Europe between 1939 and 1945.

    33 million Americans are of Irish descent. And NOW, hunger and food inseurity are ravaging America. That’s INSANE, DISGUSTING.

    Children of the Gael died in their thousands, on this island,
    having fled from the laws of the foreign tyrants
    and an artificial famine
    in the years 1847-48.
    God’s loyal blessing upon them.
    Let this monument be a token to their name and honour
    from the Gaels of America.

    (Gaelic inscription on Grosse Isle’s Celtic cross)

    From: Edward Laxton, The Famine Ships, The hunger and Exile.

    [MORE]

    This IS NOT TAUGHT in our history courses.

    So for your information, AIPAC, The IRISH WERE SLAVES even if they were whites. STOP calling us racists.

    The Never again should be about the Irish Slavery, the Irish WERE VICTIMS, have always been slaves of the anglo-zioninst masters for centuries. Now the Irish are demonized because of their solidarity with the Palestinians. Hillary is not our friend. She destroyed Libya, The Israeli agitators on Facebook, who fake solidarity with the Irish, and try to restart violence, are desperate pitiful zioidiots.

    See The IRISH: THE FORGOTTEN WHITE SLAVES

    https://canadalibre.ca/en_anglais/divers/irish-the-forgotten-white-slaves/

    AIPAC, STOP starving us, YOU are racists, and you are liars and manipulators. Stop teaching everybody that you are victims.

    Americans who are starving and have no job ARE THE VICTIMS of your avidity and greed,

    • Agree: Durruti, Montefrío
  26. dvorak says:
    @Priss Factor

    The much lauded Eisenhower was either a fraud or a fool.

    Far worse; Eisenhower starved a million Germans to death in post-war camps. The Morganthau Plan had been dropped, but Eisenhower carried it out in his own way.

    • Thanks: Bill Jones
    • Replies: @JackOH
    , @follyofwar
  27. RoHa says:

    “Macgregor is a West Point graduate who speaks German fluently and studied German military and political history at the University of Virginia, ”

    Surely not! I thought it was forbidden for US diplomats to have any knowledge of the countries they are sent to. (Except Israel, of course.)

    • Replies: @mocissepvis
  28. 36 ulster says:

    I’ve been a fan of MacGregor since I purchased one of his books and listened to a few of his interviews. Now…Mr. Piled higher and Deeper proceeds to praise him to the heavens in a rare break from his monomaniacal and hysterical rants about That Certain Nation in the Middle East. Time for a re-estimation.

  29. anon[115] • Disclaimer says:
    @Priss Factor

    Not to mention Eisenhower’s

    “fierce and obsessive hatred not only of the Nazi regime, but indeed of all things German”

    that powered him to carry out

    “The plans made at the highest levels of the U.S. and British governments in 1944 expressed a determination to destroy Germany as a world power once and for all by reducing her to a peasant economy, although this would mean the starvation of millions of civilians.”

    “Starting in April 1945, the United States Army and the French army casually annihilated about one million men, most of them in American camps. Not since the horrors of the Confederate-administered prison at Andersonville during the American Civil War had such cruel- ties taken place under American military control.

    Eisenhower’s hatred, passed through the lens of a compliant military bureaucracy, produced the horror of death camps unequaled by anything in American military history”

    Other Losses: An Investigation into the Mass Deaths of German Prisoners at the Hands of the French and Americans after World War II, 3rd edition by James Bacque.

    Eisenhower Memorial Dedicated. Sept 17 2020
    https://www.pbs.org/newshour/arts/watch-live-dwight-d-eisenhower-memorial-virtual-dedication-ceremony

  30. Rich says:
    @Priss Factor

    The Vietnam War was necessary to stop the steamrolling advance of communism throughout the world. By fighting the Reds in Vietnam, the US showed the Soviets and Chicoms that they wouldn’t stand idly by while communism kept advancing. There were some very bad military decisions made by the Johnson administration during the war, but Nixon straightened out most of their errors and the US actually forced the N Vietnamese to the negotiating table and were able to hammer out a decent treaty that was quickly broken by the communists after the left wing coup that removed Nixon.

    Central and South America had to be defended against any Marxist advances in order to prevent the Soviets from getting a toehold in the Americas.

    • Thanks: Ace
    • Replies: @Durruti
  31. Durruti says:

    Get a Clue

    So your for Biden? Those are the choices thus there is only one way to vote — Trump.

    So you’re for Casino (Israel is our closest ally – I broke off contact with Epstein long ago) Trump?

    The world has more than 2 dimensions. The Demokraps & Republicants are 2 twin gangs at the service of Foreign Zionist Oligarchs. The 3rd dimension is the Truth. It is Freedom; it is LIBERTY.

    Einstein said there was a 4th Dimension. I’ll let you find out what that is.

    The so-called ‘election’ is only a Hollywood Production, and brainwashed fools play supporting roles (voting for mirages – for free – as slaves – as mindless sheep).

    Your narrow controlled political world consists of Ukraine Biden, or Casino Trump, Pence or Kamela, Buddy Rogers, or Antonino Rocca.

    Don’t you understand – yet – that the remnants of our Republic were overthrown in a Coup D’etat on November 22, 1963? On that day, our Last Constitutional President, John F. Kennedy, was assassinated.

    Wake up! You are being played! Join the world of the living. RESIST!

    Durruti

    • Disagree: Thim
    • Replies: @Montefrío
  32. tio2510 says:

    i read where someone or thing got to russia insider they are bascily shutting down….wonder who that was. so are Fox supporting this guy if the zionist are involved probably not.. as somene stated here anyone they attack I am for but wiht complete control of US media they dont lose much. Yahoo seems to be their latest victim as it shut down comments and is just a zionist propaganda machine. whikle people here asn other places are aware of the zionist menace most seem to not care one bit..

  33. Durruti says:
    @Rich

    US actually forced the N Vietnamese to the negotiating table

    You are correct. The puppet American government (after the assassination of JFK by the MOSSAD & the junior – CIA), did use force against the Vietnamese.

    You are aware that Vietnam is someone else’s country? Just as Palestine is an occupied (by outside supported Zionist land thieves) country. A nation has no right invading another nation, any more than you have to enter my home – uninvited.

    An example – closer to home:

    American politicians/Oligarchs have launched more than 100 military invasions against Latin America, beginning in 1846. Was Communism the issue/excuse in 1846?

    America continues to hold Puerto Rico prisoner (an official colony), and has stolen 100s of $Billions from its citizens, and killed, and arrested and tortured its Nationalist leaders.

    The truth shall make you free, or very unhappy.

    • Thanks: Sya Beerens
    • Replies: @Rich
  34. Durruti says:
    @Getaclue

    So your for Biden? Those are the choices thus there is only one way to vote — Trump.

    Did you miss this sentence in my comment?

    “The Zionist puppet leaders from either political gang, democraps, or republicants, deserve Trial for Treason, not political office.”

    • Replies: @JimDandy
  35. RVBlake says:
    @Priss Factor

    And Eisenhower deployed the 101st Airborne against Whites in Little Rock in 1957…The same year he promoted and signed the Civil Rights Act of 1957, resulting in the establishment of the Civil Rights Commission.

  36. @anon

    Not since the horrors of the Confederate-administered prison at Andersonville during the American Civil War had such cruel- ties taken place under American military control.

    Kindly cease and desist with this BULLSHIT.

    Mr Lincoln refused prisoner exchange as well as the shipment of medical supplies. All this while burning the Shenandoah Valley and numerous cities and towns all over the South.

    The cherry on top was the fact that while there was plenty of food in the North, Confederate POWS were deliberately killed by starvation and exposure at places like Camp Douglas, Point Lookout and Elmira.

    Andersonville…Oy Vey! Cry me a fukin river!

    • Agree: Tlotsi
  37. Rich says:
    @Durruti

    You do realize that JFK was very happy to send troops to Vietnam, at the time of his death there were already 16,000 American troops there. The US wasn’t an “invading force’, US troops were there to keep the South Vietnamese out of the hands of the rampaging communists at the invitation of the legal South Vietnamese government. The US never tried to conquer, or occupy, N Vietnam.

    The US and Latin America share a hemisphere, the US being the strongest neighbor, naturally is going to have some say in its weaker neighbors affairs. Keep in mind, a strong US has kept foreign armies from occupying Latin America for quite some time, though you may not agree with the US policy of preventing communist forces from seizing control of the governments in those nations. There were other Latin Americans, who not only welcomed American help, they asked for it. The communists haven’t had a great legacy in their treatment of the people in most of the nations they gained control in and there was never a supermajority of Latin Americans who wanted communists running their countries.

    Most Americans would gladly allow the Puerto Ricans their freedom, they keep holding votes every few years where the Puerto Rican people refuse to vote themselves sovereignty. The day 51% of Puerto Ricans vote for independence, is the day they get it. There’s a little truth for you. Do you feel “free” or “unhappy”?

    • Replies: @mocissepvis
  38. Durruti says:

    Most Americans would gladly allow the Puerto Ricans their freedom, they keep holding votes every few years where the Puerto Rican people refuse to vote themselves sovereignty. The day 51% of Puerto Ricans vote for independence, is the day they get it. There’s a little truth for you. Do you feel “free” or “unhappy”?

    Appreciate your serious response. These Davis Corona Virus days, it is a release to have serious discussions/disputes on this website.

    US has kept foreign armies from occupying Latin America for quite some time,

    The only foreign army that has occupied Latin America, more than 100 times, is that of the United States.

    I am happy to inform you that in 1909, the only elected Puerto Rican body, their House of Representatives, composed of the major political Parties, UNANIMOUSLY asked the United States to live up to its promises made during their war against Spain, to grant them Independence. The American government was dousing the fires of its BLOODY repression of the Philippine pro-Independence insurgency (1900 to 1904). Mark Twain had much to say about that imperialist colonialist crime.

    In Puerto Rico, in the elections of 1932, and 1934, the pro Independence Party – the Liberal Party – won the elections and became their nations largest political party. The 2 losing parties, Republican & Socialist, joined in blocking the Liberal Party’s constitutional right to form the next government. Additionally, the Communist Party supported the imperialist option of Statehood for Puerto Rico. They were fierce enemies of the Catholic Nationalist Party, led by Pedro Albizu Campos. Albizu Campos was a Harvard grad, President of the Eamon de Valera Society, & had served honorably as a 1st Lieutennant in the US Army.

    He was later arrested, (having resisted the arrest in a gunfight), was sentenced to 20 years in American prison, and tortured while there. It is not my intent to write a book here and noe, there are books that document these points.

    I have criticized the Puerto Rican Nationalists who shot up the American House of Representatives in 1954, FOR NOT BRINGING ENOUGH BULLETS to finish the job.

    Now for John F. Kennedy, who was our last Constitutional President. He had declared his intent to withdraw the military forces in Vietnam (some of whom he had sent). It was over his dead body that one of his murderers & Traitor, LB Johnson enormously increased the number of American Soldiers sent to Vietnam (by several hundred thousands. LBJ also enabled the bloody invasion of the Dominican Republic (1965).

    Finally, Puerto Ricans voted for independence on 3 separate occasions. The votes, as with our American elections, did no good. The American FBI, & CIA responded by assassinating and jailing Puerto Rican Patriots, They later infiltrated and disrupted the patriotic Liberal Party. Your Communists, (sarcasm intended), at all times, supported the American government, Racists & imperialists – as they repressed and robbed the Puerto Rican Nation. In statehood, Puerto Ricans will lose their existence. Imagine, Americans as a colony of a Foreign Tyranny… Wait a minute!!!

    You might peruse a text on Latin America by Reed, my book (forget my book), a History by Manuel Maldonado Denis, another by Wagenheim, & Ribes Tovar, articles by Albizu Campos, or an old History by Barbusse, (which will get you up to 1900).

    You are incorrect when you write “Most Americans would gladly allow the Puerto Ricans their freedom.” They, as with you, know nothing of their suffering.

    Durruti – and his friend, Dr. Peter J. Antonsen

    • Replies: @Rich
    , @Colin Wright
  39. Rich says:
    @Durruti

    There have been four referendums on Puerto Rican independence since 1967. Each time the people of Puerto Rico voted overwhelmingly against independence. I guarantee you that if this November Puerto Ricans vote in favor of independence, they won’t, but if they do, it’ll be done almost immediately. (I’m unable to find any info on the net about the 1909 vote, but I think it would be considered overturned by the four plebiscites).

    The argument that JFK intended to withdraw American troops is moot, the facts are that he didn’t and that there were 16,000 troops still there when he died. If he was going to withdraw them after the 64 election, I don’t think that would have mattered because I think Goldwater would have defeated him anyway.

    • Replies: @Durruti
  40. Fr. John says:
    @Dr.C. Fhandrich

    Political Whores for another nation? Yes, and three guesses which nation that is- hint- begins with ISRAEL.

    “Germany is, by the way, a major European ally.”
    Not anymore. Merkel is a whore, a slut, a tramp for Globohomoschlomo.

    Restore Germany’s sovereignty, and abolish all Hollow Hoax memorials, and we MIGHT be friends again…

    • Replies: @Frankie P
  41. @Durruti

    ‘The only foreign army that has occupied Latin America, more than 100 times, is that of the United States…’

    Ahem. There’s Spain, obviously. France, certainly. Belgium, I think. Great Britain and Holland have also maintained colonies there.

    You also overlook the several occasions on which the US has blocked foreign intervention in the Americas. In particular, in 1865, we forced the French to withdraw from Mexico, in 1913 or thereabouts we prevented the Germans (I think it was the Germans) from arming Huerta, and in 1938, we vetoed British proposals to interfere with Mexico’s nationalization of her oil industry.

    While we haven’t been saints, it’s a decidedly dubious position to assume Latin America would be more independent without the United States than it is with it.

    • Replies: @Durruti
  42. Durruti says:
    @Colin Wright

    ‘The only foreign army that has occupied Latin America, more than 100 times, is that of the United States…’

    Ahem. There’s Spain, obviously. France, certainly. Belgium, I think. Great Britain and Holland have also maintained colonies there.

    Did you read my sentence? Above.

    While we haven’t been saints, it’s a decidedly dubious position to assume Latin America would be more independent without the United States than it is with it.

    I certainly have not been a saint. You used the pronoun “we.”

    Try to begin with this:

    https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=albizu+campos+puerto+rican+revolutionary+video&docid=607999839875173574&mid=2EED414C2EB120348CC42EED414C2EB120348CC4&view=detail&FORM=VIRE

    One does not win independence for any other Nation – through actions of INVASION & financial robbery, and torture. Try to learn. Understand Pedro Albizu Campos, Juan Antonio Corretjer, and Emeterio Betances.

    They lie about the Puerto Ricans and they lie about Palestinians. They even lie about Americans. They say we are fools, cowards, and will allow our Nation to be ruled & exploited by Foreign Oligarchs – Forever.

    Durruti – for The Anarchist Collective

    • Replies: @Robjil
  43. Frankie P says:
    @Fr. John

    This is to formally notify you that your descriptor, “Globohomoshlomo”, has been filched by yours truly, who will use it henceforth in comments. I appreciate the brilliance! I thank you. Today is my birthday, and you have given me a wonderful gift.

    • LOL: Z-man
    • Replies: @DaveE
  44. @SolontoCroesus

    Because the civil rights movement – inspired and, almost to the end, run by Jews – has, in effect, denied White people our right to association?

  45. anon[289] • Disclaimer says:

    @Philip Giraldi

    when he commanded an armored brigade that went into battle against Saddam’s elite forces in the 1991 Gulf War.

    Saddam didn’t use ‘elite forces’ in the 1991 Gulf War. He used useless conscripts because he kept his best troops in reserve, in case the US staged a ground invasion deep into Iraq. There was a plan to go all the way to Baghdad, but it was rejected.

    He and his men destroyed 70 enemy armored vehicles in a major engagement.

    You mean his armored unit destroyed 70 sitting ducks – a turkey shoot, with the benefit of free ranging Apache tank killer choppers.

  46. Anonymous[150] • Disclaimer says:

    This guy? MY guy!

  47. @RoHa

    Yeah, the fact that he’s fluent in the host nation’s language and a knowledgeable expert on its history should automatically disqualify him. Having someone with actual knowledge of foreign affairs and who is fluent in one or more foreign languages serve in any capacity within the Department of State is fundamentally un-American. Next thing you know we’ll have a Secretary of State with actual diplomatic experience (not a chance). Heaven forbid!

    • Agree: turtle
  48. sally says:
    @Durruti

    He (MacGregor) and his men destroyed 70 enemy armored vehicles in a major engagement.<= in Iraq when there was no real enemy, are you kidding? What the hell kind of referral is that?

    Clearly there is a divide between America and its peaceful cohabitants and those that govern America.

    War is off the agenda.. Americans do not need or want another famous warrior to be president or anything else in the government.?

    • Replies: @Akouo
  49. @Ann Nonny Mouse

    “If MacGregor … proceeded to publicly question the Caustic Hollow.”

    Even better yet if he were to come right out and say something along the lines of the follwing:

    “The oldest German in a position of authority today wasn’t even born when Hitler and the Nazis were in power and ALLEGEDLY did all those horrible things to Jews. So WHY are succeeding generations of Germans who had nothing to do with the ALLEGED “Holocaust” paying for an ALLEGED crime they didn’t even commit?”

    • Agree: Ann Nonny Mouse
    • Replies: @Akouo
  50. Lee says:

    DV said:

    Far worse; Eisenhower starved a million Germans to death in post-war camps

    One book written by a non-historian about events that happened 50 years previously doesn’t make them factual.The link provides further rebuttal of your (and James Bacque’s ) claims.

    https://movies2.nytimes.com/books/98/11/22/specials/ambrose-atrocities.html

    Rebuttal from Stephen Ambrose:

    Mr. Bacque misuses documents; he misreads documents; he ignores contrary evidence; his statistical methodology is hopelessly compromised; he makes no attempt to see the evidence he has gathered in its relationship to the broader situation; he makes no attempt to look at comparative contexts; he puts words into the mouth of his principal source; he ignores a readily available and absolutely critical source that decisively deals with his central accusation; and, as a consequence of these and other shortcomings, he reaches conclusions and makes charges that are demonstrably absurd.

  51. JackOH says:
    @dvorak

    dvorak, thanks. An investigative journalist or historian ought to find out whether Morgenthau knowingly promoted his plan with a view toward molding an American “genocide constituency” that would act in an opportunistic manner to fulfill his plan when circumstances permitted and deniability more or less assured. Reject the letter of the Morgenthau Plan, but tacitly accept the spirit of the thing.

  52. Moi says:
    @Durruti

    Why is PG bragging about MacGregor’s role in the Eye-rack war? PG should, instead, we writing an article on the great jurist (Jewrist?) Ruth Ginzburg who was a champion of LGBTQ rights, abortion rights, black rights, illegal immigrants rights BUT not Palestinian rights. In short, she was a Zionist.

    • LOL: Sya Beerens
  53. GMC says:

    Forget his Ambassadorship – make him President !

  54. chris says:
    @Bill Jones

    Like Trump himself, one of the strongest virtues of Macgregor may be that he’s hated by all the right people.

    Still, I’m not exactly sure how, in spite of his good qualifications, MacGregor would actually be of any help in his ambassadorship in Germany. He would simply be there to implement the misbegotten policies of the Trump administration toward Russia via Germany. Which are no different than those of the Democrats and of the Neocons.

    And the overall policy seems to be containment, encirclement, and sanctions of Russia, with the ultimate goal of overthrowing the Russian government and installing an oligarch who will coordinate with the empire to control China and Europe through Russia’s natural resources.

    The more effectively this policy is carried out, through someone like MacGregor, the worse for all parties involved.

  55. Anonymous[661] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous

    Thanks for that. It’s a perfect portrayal of life under Jewish tyranny.

    And ironically, the elderly woman who rises from her chair resembles Ursula Haverbeck.

  56. Akouo says:

    I like him! The only thing I don’t agree with him on is the moving of the embassy to Jerusalem. Alas, the decision makers are of course jews who will be influenced by jews. How the ADL is still allowed to exist without being labelled as a foreign interest and therefore sidelined is proof enough of who rules, never mind the whole dual citizenship nonsense or the anti boycott/sanction legislation. I almost wish for their ‘rona’ lockdown to permanently close public schools cutting off the new prescribed false history indoctrination; they want to hide? Fine, let everyone forget them and cut off the never ending payouts for events that never took place. Let’s face it, a man, a white man, with the name Macgregor, is way too far from the ‘fein-stein-blatt-witz’ pool to be allowed such a post.

  57. Akouo says:
    @mocissepvis

    Because ‘reparations’! They are the new easy income. They’re even pushing them for any black person because of events CENTURIES ago. Not in support of blacks of course but to show that if claims are legitimate over centuries then mere decades are a shoe in! Perhaps then, the whole ‘shoah’ gig is starting to leak and needs repairing.

  58. Akouo says:
    @sally

    I think you miss the point. Men like Macgregor have lived disciplined lives and are far more anti combat than civilians who’ve never had to actually go through it and order others to do the same. Take a look at the war starters, the polititians, the ‘draft’ dodgers, civilians ALL!

    • Replies: @Ugetit
  59. Robjil says:
    @Durruti

    Israel is the main power broker in Latin America now.

    The US is a flunky for Israel in Latin America.

    Many Latin Americans are being fooled by Christian Zionism to “love” Israel uber alles. It is the greatest joke ever in the history of humanity. A religion that teaches love for its oppressors.

    https://english.alaraby.co.uk/english/indepth/2019/12/20/inside-israels-battle-for-influence-in-latin-america

    “Guatemala, Brazil and Honduras, among the first to align with Trump’s new policy on Jerusalem, are countries where the Evangelical churches now represent from 25 to 40 percent of the population,” Cecilia Baeza, an Al-Shabaka policy analyst, told The New Arab.

    Brazil was the biggest recent catch for Israel. Our “free” Zion press never talks about Bolsonaro’s Israel first policies. Everyone of the recent US supported coups in Latin America have put in place Israel firsters in power.

    Under Lula da Silva, a former union leader, the country became the largest contributor to the UN’s refugee agency for Palestine (UNRWA), and funded multimillion dollar reconstruction projects in Gaza and across the occupied West Bank.

    The impeachment of his successor in 2016, Dilma Rousseff, was driven by the evangelical caucus, a coalition of increasingly powerful ultra-conservatives legislators. They also provided key backing for the election of far-right former army captain Jair Bolsonaro.

    The most recent pro-Zion coup was in Bolivia in Nov. 10, 2019. What was one of the first things that the coup Meisters in Bolivia do? Israel, oh course, was placed on a pedestal, like it is in Zion USA.

    https://english.alaraby.co.uk/english/news/2019/11/28/bolivia-restores-diplomatic-ties-with-israel

    Bolivia announced it is restoring diplomatic relations with Israel, after they had been severed in 2009 over Israeli attack on the Gaza Strip.

    Foreign Minister Karen Longaric made the announcement on Thursday in a meeting with foreign reporters, without giving a date for the establishment or any other details.

    Morales resigned November 10 and fled to Mexico after a disputed election triggered weeks of street protests and blockades that left dozens dead.

    • Agree: Durruti
  60. Realist says:

    For you Whites out there that think Fox News is on your side…think again.

  61. @anon

    Take a look at Bacque’s response to Ambrose, who was an early supporter of Bacque’s book-
    http://hnn.us/articles/1266.html

  62. This descendant of Rob Roy, Douglas MacGregor, doesn’t stand a chance of being ambassador to Deutschland because the neocons (call them for what they are: Jews) hate Armenia, Greece and Russia all the while loving Turkey. And they see not only Germany as the cash cow in perpetuity but think that Iran’s oil is theirs to take. As to pedophile Bob of New Jersey, the Mossad, most likely, has him on film corrupting young ones, therefore, that unprincipled lout is permanently beholden to them (more like at their mercy) and will always bray incessantly against any man that advocates Germans to grow a backbone to fend off bloodsuckers. On the other hand, if Donald Trump could stand the heat in the kitchen… anything is possible.

    • Replies: @follyofwar
  63. Heck with Congress, how did Macgregor pass the Kushner stamp of approval?

  64. Ugetit says:
    @Dr.C. Fhandrich

    What a pathetic picture of the U.S. leadership Philip Giraldi paints.

    Giraldi is excellent and he certainly is adding much needed and appreciated detail to a picture that’s been in progress for a very long time by those who resist the utterly Satanic One World Talmudists.

    One of the best of the early painters was the anti-Red Brit Army Captain and MP, Archibald Ramsay, who was illegally imprisoned for ~4 years after suffering through a typically Communist Brit kangaroo court for opposing sins of Red and Zionist agitators during WW2.

    His very short masterpiece, “The Nameless War,” which should be read by anyone who cares about the evils we’re up against, can be found here,

    https://archive.org/details/TheNamelessWar_105 .

    • Thanks: Z-man
    • Replies: @Badger Down
  65. Durruti says:
    @Rich

    (I’m unable to find any info on the net about the 1909 vote, but I think it would be considered overturned by the four plebiscites).

    In my comment #40 I cite 4 books & a series of articles. I have also posted a video in comment #44.

    You might read back issues of Claridad https://www.claridadpuertorico.com/

    There is much more detailed evidence of American imperialist crimes against the Puerto Rican Nation.

    I suggest, once you support Puerto Rico, and Palestine’s right to independence, you might also support our American right to Sovereignty (along with the Restoration of our Republic).

    On another note:

    You must understand that it is self-defeating to rely on the Mainstream Media & Hollywood for your information on ANY subject.

  66. Ugetit says:
    @Durruti

    We must restore our Republic, assassinated, along with our last constitutional President, John F. Kennedy, on November 22, 1963.

    I like your comments, but please consider that the constitution never established anything more than a republic in name only. The anti-federalists were correct in opposing the constitution which was intended for and effective in establishing a “Reuspublic,” essentially a “public” consisting of moneyed gangsters.

    Here’s Jefferson on the subject, unfortunately after the fact, on Hamilton’s coup (the constitution),

    … I have utterly… disapproved of the system of the Secretary of the treasury, I acknolege (sic) and avow: and this was not merely a speculative difference. His system flowed from principles adverse to liberty, and was calculated to undermine and demolish the republic

    Thus the object of these plans taken together is … for the purpose of subverting step by step the principles of the constitution…

    From Thomas Jefferson to George Washington, 9 September 1792

    • Replies: @Durruti
    , @Ace
  67. Ugetit says:
    @Bill Jones

    Thanks for the Eisenhower “We pay for… Cross of Iron” quote.

    I kept it and will be using it.

    Please do, but please also remember to remind people that Eisenhower was in many ways another Zio-Red supporting rat.

    Remind them that he halted Patton* for the benefit of the raping and pillaging Red hordes in their efforts to overrun around half of Europe and that he allowed German POWs to die en masse in post war prison camps where they perished due to starvation and exposure. He also was party to the post war crimes of allowing sick and starving German POWs to be used as props in propaganda films where they were portrayed as Jewish POWs.

    *In contrast to Hitler’s halting his Panzers to allow the Brits to escape at Dunkirk in hopes that the Brit leadership would understand that he hoped for an alliance with them against the One World usury dictatorship.

  68. @God's Fool

    Now that RBG has died, the confirmation process for all other positions has come to a halt. If Trump is not re-elected MacGregor’s confirmation dies on the vine. I agree that the Israel-first neocons of both parties dominating the Senate won’t confirm him anyway.

    Why didn’t Trump hire MacGregor as his National Security Advisor (his name was on the short list) when he fired the war-loving draft dodger Bolton? The NSA position is strictly advisory and doesn’t require congressional approval.

    • Replies: @God's Fool
  69. DaveE says:

    Thanks for another great Truth Segment Mr. Giraldi – another home run as usual. And a perfect gift for the Chosenites on their (((New Year’s))) day. (Rosh hashanah or wtf it’s called.)

    I personally hope it’s their last.

  70. Anyone who is pro America and against globalism will never be included in the ZUSS government, for the the zionist control of the ZUSS is complete and this control was started with the zionist privately owned FED and IRS in 1913 and has progressed to the point that now it is zionist controlled from front to back, congress is the lower house of the knesset, potus are zionist puppets.

    Zionists are destroyers of nations and humanity, it is what they do, it is in their DNA.

    • Agree: Ugetit, Durruti
  71. DaveE says:
    @Frankie P

    your descriptor, “Globohomoshlomo”, has been filched by yours truly, who will use it henceforth in comments.

    I second that, although it’s a little hard to say if you’ve been drinking……! Anyway, I’ve received a few laughs lately talking about the Shlomovirus – people are definitely waking up.

    Thanks.

    • Replies: @Frankie P
    , @Z-man
  72. Vojkan says:

    I don’t know why but I have the impression that the real reason to send MacGregor to Germany is to silence him.

  73. @dvorak

    The fact that Eisenhower, in his farewell address, warned the nation of the growing cancer of the Military Industrial Complex hardly lets him off the hook. What did he do to slow down its growth in his 8 years in office? Did he, perhaps, make those statements about the MIC in hope that his speech would be favorably remembered by future generations, and make him one of our most admired presidents? That is what has happened. In my opinion, it was too little, too late.

    • Replies: @Ace
  74. anonymous[252] • Disclaimer says:

    Sounds much like a Whitevil Nationalist/Supremacist/Imperialist/RacistLowlife, all rolled into one creature.

    Yeah, that is what this wretched world needs now, one more genocidal maniac (see prior sentence) in a position of geopolitical influence.

    Sigh!

  75. @Durruti

    Buddy Rogers! Bobo Brazil on the perfidious white man: “You don’ NEVUH turn yo back on Buddy Rogers”.

  76. Mac is great but the jews don’t like him so we must pause.

    Everyday the news is the same…..we have to do what is good for the jews.

    It’s all so tiresome.

    Menendez fucks little girls, would not make a pimple on Macgregors’ ass…….pedo Bob is the perfect front man for the small hats.

  77. @Lot

    Zion, thy name is wickedness.
    Christian Zion, thy name is imbecility.

  78. KenH says:

    MacGregor is someone that at least by his appearances on Tucker and public statements is patriotic and will put American interests first. It seems a lot of other military brass care only about their financial portfolio above all other things.

    If MacGregor makes all the usual suspects cry “Oi Vey” then that’s a good thing. The only thing I disagree with is his statement that moving the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem was long overdue. I don’t see why that should even be in the top 100 list of U.S. priorities.

  79. @follyofwar

    Most likely, he was talked into hiring Bolton to his own regret. Hopefully, going forward, if reelected, he won’t repeat his errors of the first term keeping in mind George Santayana maxim: Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.

    • Replies: @Ace
  80. Ugetit says:
    @Akouo

    Men like Macgregor have lived disciplined lives and are far more anti combat than civilians who’ve never had to actually go through it and order others to do the same. Take a look at the war starters, the polititians, the ‘draft’ dodgers, civilians ALL!

    Another good example is that of Hitler, a true war hero and man of peace and justice who worked tirelessly to avoid war, compared with the scum who agitated for war, Churchill and Roosevelt, both puppets of the war profiteers, especially the parasites known as usurers.

    • LOL: Lee
  81. Greg Bacon says: • Website

    The Macgregor nomination has been viciously attacked by CNN, Max Boot of the Washington Post and by the Anti-Defamation League (ADL).

    One might asks what in the hell is the troublesome ADL–Another Damn Lie–doing interfering in the process of picking an ambassador, but then reality intrudes when you realize the US is no longer a sovereign nation, but a colony of Apartheid Israel that is required to do Israel’s dirty work, whether that is telling lies to dupe the American public into fighting another war for Israel, or protecting those TBTF banks–mostly Jew owned–that we are bailing out AGAIN.

    Max Boot is one of the slimiest Swamp creatures around, who never met a war he didn’t like.
    Max was also a leading figure in the treasonous “Project for the New American Century” that was a blueprint for the US to invade and destroy MENA nations Israel wanted busted up so they can continue to steal land from adjoining nations that are too weak to fight back.
    The same PNAC that stated that Americans will be loathe to fight news wars, unless a new Pearl Harbor happens, which did happen on 9/11.

    This shows again the danger in letting a small clique of blood-thirsty manics control over 90% of the MSM; endless wars, endless lies and endless toxic BS from back-stabbers like the chicken hawk Boot who needs a boot out the door.
    Let him find real work, and not the comfy life of getting easy shekels from those Zionist think tanks supported by Haim Saban, Singer and Soros.

    • Agree: Robert Dolan
  82. Durruti says:
    @Ugetit

    I like your comments, but please consider that the constitution never established anything more than a republic in name only.

    I like your comments too. You are correct about Jefferson. He wrote that the Constitution made him sick to his stomach.

    Thomas Jefferson was a great writer & Revolutionary. He predicted the Civil War. The Zionists will take his monument down soon, and Washington’s too.

    Listen to me!

    We might, as a starting point, attempt to Restore Our Constitutional Republic that existed at the time of November 22, 1963,- with all its centralist flaws – in preference to the Zionist Occupied Government that Tyrannizes our American citizens in 2020.

    We must start somewhere, sometime.

    If you have a better approach on which we may rally our fellow citizens to RESIST, kindly share it with us before they shut this forum down. In the Revolutionary Fire of our struggle, we might improve on our Historic Republic – by fashioning a less centralized smaller Government, that is just strong enough to protect our shores, our food & water quality, our public hospitals, our independent Media, AND OUR HONOR AS A NATION THAT EXISTS IN LIBERTY.

    And we might encourage a COMMITTEE OF ELDERS, [Ron Paul, Joan Baez, Dennis Kucinich, Cynthia McKinney, Jesse Ventura, Ralph Nader, & Others], to prepare our first Free/Honest elections since 1960.

    Time we began to RESIST.

    Durruti

    • Replies: @Ugetit
  83. Meimou says:
    @Larry L

    Groans

    Two of your other post. Let me guess, you are a Hasbra troll making over the top comments to put your enemy in a negative light via agree and amplify…

    I’m I’m sorry but I think Trump is as guilty of REAL TREASON with our REAL ENEMY IsraHELL as he is EPSTEIN GUILTY. These parasitic SLIME DID 911, Epstein, ISIS, USS Liberty and NUKED Beruit! He is MIGA not MAGA. And gave Bill Gates GAVI group 8 BILLION to force a vaccine on YOU! Get it? but I think Trump is as guilty of REAL TREASON with our REAL ENEMY IsraHELL as he is EPSTEIN GUILTY. These parasitic SLIME DID 911, Epstein, ISIS, USS Liberty and NUKED Beruit! He is MIGA not MAGA. And gave Bill Gates GAVI group 8 BILLION to force a vaccine on YOU! Get it?

    I’m sorry but I think Trump is as guilty of REAL TREASON with our REAL ENEMY IsraHELL as he is EPSTEIN GUILTY. These parasitic SLIME DID 911, Epstein, ISIS, USS Liberty and NUKED Beruit! He is MIGA not MAGA. And gave Bill Gates GAVI group 8 BILLION to force a vaccine on YOU! Get it?

    That said you are correct, Trump is not hated by our real (((enemy))), in fact, he’s supported by ZOG. You would think that red flag would be enough to raise the eyebrows of Ever Trumpers but your paymasters did their job well; getting legacy media to attack Trumpstein over nonsense while covering up real scandals (Geni Energy), the Russiagate scam that wasn’t supposed to go anywhere, the q psyop.

    Trumpstein has a army of mindless drones that care more about worshipping an idol than their country.

    You should feel proud.

    With luck, Trump cultists will take the vaccine he’s pushing because the NOW is right about one thing: we need a culling.

  84. Ace says:
    @Ugetit

    I don’t follow your analysis. Jefferson was objecting to Hamilton’s subverting the principles of the Constitution by virtue of Hamilton’s “system.” Thus it was his “system” that was the the “coup” not the Constitution.

    Do I understand you correctly?

    • Replies: @Ugetit
  85. Ugetit says:
    @Durruti

    If you have a better approach…

    I don’t know of anyone who can seriously say he has the approach that’ll work. The question of what to do has always been with us and always shall be, I think.

    My opinion is that the best thing to do is not to support what’s clearly wrong, resist what can be resisted, admit that it’s a continuous struggle and avoiding the false hope that any institution or individual will “save” us. Our Satanic troublemakers have been practicing their arts for millennia and appear to have perfected their techniques especially that of infiltrating, subverting and controlling all forms of resistance so the main hope appears to lie in educating oneself, questioning everything, boycotting charlatans, and teaching what’s possible. As inadequate as those approaches are, I believe it’s the best we can do.

    Even the likes of Socrates, JC, and a host of others had no “final answer,” and one can see what became of them. I completely sympathize with your sympathies, but cannot support your solutions.

    Anyway, keep up the good fight!

    • Replies: @Fiat Lux Lost
    , @Durruti
  86. Ugetit says:
    @Ace

    I don’t follow your analysis. Jefferson was objecting to Hamilton’s subverting the principles of the Constitution by virtue of Hamilton’s “system.” Thus it was his “system” that was the the “coup” not the Constitution.

    Thanks for the comment and you make a good point.

    It is confusing, but I maintain that Hamilton and his supporters lobbied to get the constitution passed in order that they could concentrate wealth and power in their own hands. Once they had the power, they set about subverting the thing in the interest of continuing the process of concentration of power. In other words, it’s apparent that the coup of the constitution was a key but mere stepping stone in their designs.

    Jefferson’s complaints in that letter make it all pretty clear. Also, his comment about being duped should serve as a warning to those of us inclined to trust those in power; if he could be duped, then who couldn’t be?

    • Replies: @Ace
    , @Ugetit
  87. Ace says:
    @follyofwar

    Plus, he floated off into retirement and his golf hobby and SFAIK never said boo about the MIC ever again.

    Eisenhower was an ass kisser who fawned over FDR’s daughter, Anna Roosevelt Dall Boettiger, in San Francisco in 1940. Lt. Col. Eisenhower sang the praises of FDR. In a few days Ike was invited to an interview at the White House after Anna revealed what a genius she had discovered. Thereafter Ike’s rise was meteoric. ~ The Politician, by Robert Welch, Robert Welch University Press (2002), pp. 7-9.

    Also illuminating on the point of Ike’s great patriotism is this quote from pp. 80-81 of the same book:

    From these and many other items of evidence incidental to the occasion it was clear that Eisenhower was frantically determined in whatever way and at whatever cost, not only to liquidate McCarthy’s investigations and McCarthy’s influence, but to humiliate McCarthy personally in such vicious fashion as utterly to discourage any other patriot who might be tempted to take up the same torch.

    • Thanks: Ugetit
  88. Cut to the chase: unless Macgregor engages in world-record amounts of recantation & apology for past statements, and promises to be a good shabbos goy from now on, he’s toast.

    The nomination is moot anyway…Trump is toast on Nov. 3rd.

    • Disagree: Robert Dolan
  89. Exile says:
    @Lot

    The war ended in 1945. It’s long past time to stop flogging Germans.

    But your people are never done with an enemy until you’ve exterminated them. Your tribe has holidays like Purim that celebrate espionage and genocide.

    The Axis of Evil bit was one of your Tribe’s coinages, IIRC? David Frum or Brooks? We Noticed that bit already.

    You guys are getting cocky and lazy. Keep slipping – more goyim know every day.

  90. Sound like a gullible ignoramus to me; if he does not see that in Syria a holocaust against Sunni Syrians is going on by the Allowite regime, if he does not acknowledge the injustice of the US installing a Shia /Kurd government in Iraq with a green light to persecute the Sunnis Iraqis; Baghdad was a city half Sunni, half Shia and Christian, Now its all Shia ;what happened to all the Sunnis of Baghdad? The US murdered them all, that’s what! He repeats the propaganda about how the neo cons want Assad removed; Assad has not been removed; all we got was talk about how he should be removed and a few targeted strikes occasionally but no aiding any rebels, and even applauding Putin when he got Obama off of his red light ultimatum gaffe[ gaffe because Obama had no intentions of removing or even wanting to remove Assad]. Calling turkey expansionist ,is what the MSM media and the neo cons too say; all because Turkey is the only military to come to the aid of Syrian Sunnis who the Kurds have kept in prison camps for the ‘crime’ of being occupied by isis; men, women, children babies; and everyone goes along with these blatant collective punishment which is anti Semitism; against Semitic Sunni Arabs this time [by the AlIiwite regime in cahoots with Kurds and the aid of Putin and the approval of this mac Gregor, and the neo cons too who only pay lip service to opposing Assad and are good with Kurds persecuting the Sunni Arabs they control. Turkey has the moral high ground in ousting Kurds who want an Arab free land and have imprisoned Sunni Syrian civilians. Anyone who opposes the brutal regime of Assad, is labeled a terrorist and mac Gregor buys into this anti Sunni genocidal attitude apparently.

  91. Notsofast says:

    … generations after generations must atone… this template will now be applied to slavery, while totally ignoring the halocaust of native americans and all of the broken treaties that are supposed to be the highest law of the land. That is until they need new shock troops, then half of ok will have to move, dust bowl 2.

  92. JimDandy says:
    @Durruti

    So Bill Kristol, Jennifer Rubin, Max Boot, etc. hiss and writhe like vampires in sunlight when they hear the name “Trump” because… it’s all a big act to fool Unz readers?

    • Replies: @Durruti
  93. Z-man says:
    @Dr.C. Fhandrich

    Paints? Apparently?
    The FACTS.

  94. Durruti says:
    @JimDandy

    So Bill Kristol, Jennifer Rubin, Max Boot, etc. hiss and writhe like vampires in sunlight when they hear the name “Trump” because… it’s all a big act to fool Unz readers?

    YESSSS!!! It is a HOLLYWOOD Production.

    It is much more than “a big act to fool Unz readers.” It is a Zionist Production to fool, not only Americans, but the rest of the world. But not only to fool, BUT TO HUMILIATE!

    The message to the planet is that,

    Casino Trump

    , A Casino operator, friend of pedafiles Epstein & Maxwell (must I post the videos of them laughing & partying together??), often bankrupt, but as many times returning to the slimy fore with $hundreds of millions in his account. The Traitor Epstein also handled vast sums of money that he did not earn – gifting millions to Harvard, (must I post the links???). Both got the $$$ from the same place.

    The alternative offered by our Zionist Oligarch controllers – is Ukraine Biden, who cannot speak, or even answer a question. Have you seen the videos of his handling of young girls? He had his son appointed to the Board of Directors of the largest Energy Company in the Ukraine (after they helped overthrow its elected government).

    Never in the History of America, ever increasingly after November 22, 1963, has our Executive, or the rest of America’s government been occupied by such slimy scum. LBJ, Bill in a Blue dress, Clinton, Nixon (who finally admitted he was in Dallas on THAT day), Shumer who serves which master? Killery, Obomber, the President of Harvard Law Review, who has not written a word (legal or otherwise), in 30 years, Plastic surgery Pelosi; Do I need a verb?

    That the puppet American government is occupied by such scum is the result of decisions made by the Rothschilds and other Oligarchs, to drag our Country through the mire, to so totally humiliate and disgrace our once proud Nation, that it can never again rise to Sovereign Happy and Prosperous existence. Death by a thousand cuts. Death by humiliation, by embarrassment.

    There are numerous Traitors with superior pedigrees who are shunted aside, Gabbard, even Sanders, or a young timid Kennedy clan member, would put up a better show of representing a supposedly sovereign America. These latter, and others, were rejected as not being depraved and ugly enough to be America’s gauleters for the Rothschilds & company.

    The Humiliation! The Horror! The Horror!

    Durruti and his friend, Dr. Peter J. Antonsen

  95. Ace says:
    @Ugetit

    It is sometime argued that the Constitution was written to favor particular economic interests. I am not a fan of that argument outside of recognizing the Constitution’s injunction that states shall not pass any law impairing the obligations of contract, which I understand to be protection for creditors who would be hurt by state laws favoring debtors.

    Rather, I see the Constitution as being a neutral structure laid down on top of the Existing Economic Order, if you will, basically letting ‘er rip as far as the future is concerned. As I argue a lot here and there on the Web of Things capitalism, generally speaking, was always intended to operate within limits to be enforced by existing law and statute, such as punishment for fraud and accountability for violations of one’s contracts. Crony capitalism and monopolies (c. 1900 anyway) were not baked in the cake and certainly weren’t foreseen in 1791. Heck, parties were only dimly perceived as probable sources of corruption and subversion of the constitutional scheme. The natural tendencies of mankind toward riches and power were supposed to be dealt with by, I kid you not, a citizenry alert to encroachments on their liberties. (Cue laugh track.)

    That the Court, Congress and Executive found it convenient to conspire against the people is a tragedy and that combination has proved to be sufficient to exhaust even the most ardent of guardians of the original scheme. It is just an awful tragedy that the people were so damn casual about the 14A, 15A, 16A, 17A, 19A, the Fed, WWI, Supreme Court betrayal on the matter of the Commerce Clause, the Social Security Ponzi scheme, WWII, mass immigration, off-shoring, birthright citizenship, fiscal/monetary/debt lunacy, cringing devotion to Zionism and anti-anti-seminism, and now naked insurrection and subversion and endless, reckless war. Not a record that even hints at the notion of muscular yeomen and jut-jawed lesbians insanely jealous of their liberties.

    So I don’t see the structure of the Constitution as being at fault. The Framers and Ratifiers had a good understanding of human chicanery and weakness — hence elections and the power of impeachment — but did (outside of Franklin and Jefferson) not envision the juggernaut of stupidity that would gradually come to be the hallmark of the American republic.

    PS — The real coup was in the 1930s with the capitulation of the Court. Presaged by Wilson during the aberrant times of WWI but the real bite was later.

  96. Ace says:
    @God's Fool

    Would that that were so but if there is one thing that stands out about Trump — other than his rhetorical ineptitude and intellectual shallowness — it’s his utter cluelessness about the importance of good personnel policies. If ever there were someone who fits the “deer in the headlights” description in that regard it’s Pres. Trump. God bless him. He’s got my vote. But that doesn’t change the fact that we are in deep kimchi now and we’ve got one of those Navy ship drivers who made such names for themselves off the coast of Japan.

    • Replies: @God's Fool
  97. Ugetit says:
    @Ugetit

    It is sometime argued that the Constitution was written to favor particular economic interests.

    Yep, quite a few of the arguments of the “anti-federalists” contain such ideas.

    Then there’s this,

    The Constitution looked fairly good on paper, but it was not a popular document; people were suspicious of it, and suspicious of the enabling legislation that was being erected upon it. There was some ground for this. The Constitution had been laid down under unacceptable auspices; its history had been that of a coup d’état.

    It had been drafted, in the first place, by men representing special economic interests. Four-fifths of them were public creditors, one-third were land speculators, and one-fifth represented interests in shipping, manufacturing, and merchandising. Most of them were lawyers. Not one of them represented the interest of production — Vilescit origine tali. (the dice were loaded from the start)

    -Albert Jay Nock, Liberty vs. the Constitution: The Early Struggle

    mises.org/daily/4254

    And, returning to the idea that the constitution established a republic (or not) here’s Jefferson again,

    …yet the fact is that the same parties exist now that ever existed; not indeed under the old names of Republicans and Federalists. the Hartford Convention and battle of New Orleans extinguished the latter name. all now call themselves republicans, as the fox when pursued by dogs takes shelter in the midst of the sheep. finding monarchy desperate here, they rally to their next hope, a consolidated government; and altho’ they do not avow it (as they never did monarchism) yet it is manifestly their next object. hence you see so many of these new republicans maintaining in Congress the rankest doctrines of the old federalists. the judges aid in their old way as sappers and miners.

    -From Thomas Jefferson to Henry Dearborn, 31 October 1822

    https://founders.archives.gov/documents/Jefferson/98-01-02-3131

    • Replies: @Majority of One
  98. @Ann Nonny Mouse

    Oh, THAT’s why all those people are naked in those old Jewish propaganda films!

  99. @Ugetit

    WE THE PEOPLE clearly need committees of correspondence and a Re-constitutional convention.
    The event would be held in Missouri, smack dab in the middle of the American population. No members of either the Demolicrat or Repupugnican parties would be invited. Also blackballed would be high government officials and members of the American Bar Association.

    We need to replace the House of Representatives as no individual can possibly represent the needs, wishes and betterment of 750,000 constituents. The Senate would be retained but only as per the original arrangement of being appointed by the state legislatures. Terms would be singular and for 6 years, though subject to impeachment. Senators would be required to be at least 65 years of age. The Supreme Court would transform into a constitutional court and would NOT be partisan political appointees.

    I could add more specific details of such an arrangement and might do so if there is interest. One thing is perfectly clear: Our present government constitutes a ruptured republic and it in no way represents the American people or republican principles. The entire federal edifice needs to be replaced.

    • Replies: @Durruti
  100. @Anonymous

    The solution is never to listen to Jews, blacks or feminists. Like the Twilght Zone kid they are stuck in their Terrible Twos.

  101. @Ugetit

    Jesus Christ was the answer, he had the answer, but was crucified for it. THAT should tell us all something.

    • Thanks: Durruti
  102. @Rich

    “Most Americans would gladly allow the Puerto Ricans their freedom, they keep holding votes every few years where the Puerto Rican people refuse to vote themselves sovereignty. The day 51% of Puerto Ricans vote for independence, is the day they get it. ”

    The majority of Puerto Ricans will NEVER vote themselves independent. There is no way they will ever give up the bennies that come with being a dependent of Uncle Sap. They’ll become independent in the same way that Britainnia became independent of the Roman Empire: by being abandoned by the Empire when the Empire was on the verge of collapse and was too weak and bankrupt to hold onto it any longer.

  103. Frankie P says:
    @DaveE

    I don’t drink. It has been 15 years at least, but I am not among those who celebrate some kind of sobriety anniversary.

    As to the disease, I prefer the descriptor “Holocough”

  104. Minor point Philip, the Bronze Star is AWARDED not Won. Otherwise an illuminating article.

  105. Jiminy says:

    Maybe the time is now for the U.S to think about allowing Israel to come into the fold and become officially, the 51 state. What is there to lose really? It seems like it might be the logical thing to do for both.

  106. @Ugetit

    Awesome, Ugetit! I slept through most of “History” in school: simply couldn’t stay awake. Reading your recommended book, it all begins to make sense.

    “The […] revolution was not the work of Frenchmen to improve France. It was the work
    of aliens, whose object was to destroy everything that had been France.
    This conclusion is borne out by the references to “foreigners” in high
    places in the Revolutionary Councils, not only by Sir Walter Scott, but by RobesPierre himself.
    We have the names of several of them, and it is clear that they were not
    British, or Germans, or Italians, or any other nationals; they were, of course,
    Jews.
    With this knowledge in our possession we shall find we possess a master
    key to the intricate happenings of the French Revolution. The somewhat
    confused picture of characters and events moving across the screen, which our
    history books have shown us, will suddenly become a concerted and connected
    human drama.
    When we begin to draw parallels between France of 1789, Britain of 1640,
    Russia of 1917, Germany and Hungary of 1918-19, and Spain of 1936, we shall
    feel that drama grip us with a new and personal sense of reality.”

  107. @Ace

    “But that doesn’t change the fact that we are in deep kimchi now … ”

    I agree with you there wholeheartedly…

  108. Z-man says:
    @DaveE

    Globoschlomohomo might flow off the lips easier.

  109. Durruti says:
    @Majority of One

    WE THE PEOPLE clearly need committees of correspondence and a Re-constitutional convention.

    Excellent idea. A convention of our fellow citizens. Worth a try. Thinking is happening.

    Surrender is Death. Resistance is Life

    Durruti

  110. Durruti says:
    @Ugetit

    Even the likes of Socrates, JC, and a host of others had no “final answer,” and one can see what became of them. I completely sympathize with your sympathies, but cannot support your solutions.

    My solution is to Restore our Republic – at least – to a point prior to November 22, 1963.

    You apparently believe that all effective resistance to the Tyranny that enslaves us is impossible.

    Our Satanic troublemakers have been practicing their arts for millennia and appear to have perfected their techniques especially that of infiltrating, subverting and controlling all forms of resistance

    I don’t know of anyone who can seriously say he has the approach that’ll work.

    What you write is true. Resistance in America to our Zionist Oligarch controllers is quite difficult.

    The Brooklyn Analogy is that the People’s Brooklyn Dodgers are trailing the Oligarchs’ Yankees (best baseball team money can buy) 10 – 0. It is the 9th inning, 2 outs, and 2 strikes, no one on base, Sandy Koufax is at bat and Whitey Ford is pitching.

    My friend, We still have that one swing!

  111. Can you please put the following buttons on your publication. Parler, VK, GAB, Rumble. If you can, would be great, you are missing many readers by not being there, & it would aid in shafting Twitter from its no1 spot!

    Thank you every body

  112. geokat62 says:

    Translation: Our traitorous Shabbos goys in the Knesset West are working hard to earn their shekels…

  113. geokat62 says:

    Passing a bill to fight domestic terrorism, you’d think BLM and Antifa would receive top billing, right?

    Well, think again?

    “Groups like the Boogaloos, Rise Above Movement and White Nationalist militias across the country are organizing. And so must we.”

    I wonder who could be driving this agenda in Knesset West?

    • Replies: @anonymous
  114. anonymous[115] • Disclaimer says:
    @geokat62

    Schneider was born on August 20, 1961, in Denver, Colorado, where he graduated from Cherry Creek High School. In 1983, after receiving a B.S. in Industrial Engineering from Northwestern University, Schneider worked on a kibbutz in Israel. He later returned to the Chicago area to receive an M.B.A. from Northwestern’s

    wikipedia

    • Thanks: geokat62
  115. KenH says:

    MacGregor is right that Turkey has regional ambitions and is much more of a threat than Iran. Germany has a large, troublesome and disloyal Turkish Muslim diaspora who they should evict as soon as they can but not before rearming and preparing for conflict with Erdogan who would likely oppose such a measure and threaten war.

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