Is Donald Trump playing 181 dimensional underwater jenga-chess? (Hint: No.)
I present the following document for your perusal:
But back in 2011, Donald Trump tweeted the following:
Does he no longer believe this?
President-elect Trump says things which are often different than years-ago Twitter Trump. This is because one of these Trumps needs and desires the approval of the regular American people, whereas the other Trump has transcended the need for approval because he was elected.
Besides, it’s not like this story I’m not showing you indicates that Israel covertly supports Pakistan or anything, and it’s not like page 75 of a report I’m not showing you describes Afghan warlords who control vast resources or anything, and it could not possibly be the case that that an article I’m not showing you mentions how many of the Afghan warlords are actually linked to the Pakistani Inter-Services Intelligence and thus to the Pakistani Army or anything. So much information is just plainly present in public view, so much OSINT is everywhere, but who actually clicks on links to read anything? Plus, if many Americans are somehow unaware that Afghanistan has a ‘border’ with Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, China, India, Pakistan and Iran, then I suppose this entire thought process would not even occur to them.
Trump—the alleged ‘white saviour’—would never continue to tolerate deeply defective arrangements just because they happen to be strategically good for the Israelis and Pakistanis, would he? His adoring fans are all screaming “no, never!” at their screens right now.
Although, if we heed the words of consistently-always-wrong people such as Andrew Anglin and the gaggle of idiots wearing red Trump-hats, perhaps they may be able to somehow convince us that Trump is actually playing 181 dimensional underwater jenga-chess?
Kumiko Oumae works in the defence and security sector in the UK. Her opinions here are entirely her own.
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