Big Tent quartermasters faced with fresh spate of pro-Jewish pandering from Donald Trump.

Posted by Kumiko Oumae on Wednesday, 16 March 2016 15:54.

One of these M&Ms is doing something strange.

The horror won’t end

It must be really difficult for Alt-Right ‘Big Tent’ proponents these days, especially since they declared war against reality and reality is systematically thrashing them.

Increasingly miserable Donald Trump supporters in the Alt-Right Big Tent may have been wondering whether Trump was going to take Fox News up on their idea for another debate that was supposed to happen next week between himself, John Kasich, and Ted Cruz.

Donald Trump believes that this would clash with his busy schedule:

The Hill, ‘Insider: Trump to skip GOP debate for pro-Israel conference’, 15 Mar 2016 (emphasis added):

Donald Trump will miss the final Republican presidential debate to address a major pro-Israel lobbying organization instead, according to an insider.

“Hearing that Trump secured a Monday night speaking slot at AIPAC conf. in D.C,” tweeted Noah Pollak, executive director of the Emergency Committee for Israel, referencing the American Israel Public Affairs Committee.

“Also happening that night: [the] Republican debate in Salt Lake City,” he added, alluding to the 13th GOP presidential contest on March 21.


That Republican debate in Salt Lake City? Apparently it’s not happening after all:

The Hill, ‘Fox News cancels GOP debate after Trump backs out’, 16 Mar 2016 (emphasis added):

Fox News is canceling next week’s Republican presidential debate in Salt Lake City, Utah, after front-runner Donald Trump publicly backed out early Wednesday, followed by John Kasich.

“Ted Cruz has expressed a willingness to debate Trump or Kasich – or both. But obviously, there needs to be more than one participant,” Fox executive vice president Michael Clemente said in a statement.

Trump announced early Wednesday that he would not show up for the debate, saying there have been “enough” debates and noting he’d be speaking at a pro-Jewish rally on Monday.

Instead of appearing at the debate, Trump said he would be making a “major speech” at the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) conference, he announced Wednesday on “Fox and Friends.”


So basically, Fox News called for a television debate, and asked Donald Trump if he’d like to attend it. Trump declined, because he has what he perceives as better things to do already on his schedule, things such as kissing the backsides of the mendacious Jews at AIPAC.

No doubt, all television cameras will follow Donald Trump to AIPAC, because that’s where the ratings are, and then all of the people who have been enthusiastically promoting Donald Trump will get to see how many cringe-worthy pro-Israeli and pro-Jewish statements he can rattle off within the time that he has there.

Option one: Speaking bitterness

When Donald Trump first started his incoherent campaign, he created a space for ‘politically incorrect’ discussions in the public space.

The appearance of that space could have potentially been harnessed by American ethno-nationalist advocates and channelled away from Trump and toward ethno-nationalist causes. This could have been accomplished through sending people to Trump rallies to look for people who could be converted and drawn into ethno-nationalist activism, distributing flyers, speaking bitterness or consciousness raising, and so on. To accomplish that, ethno-nationalists in the United States would have needed to draw a hard line between themselves and Trump’s campaign, and would have needed to walk parallel to his campaign while simulataneously criticising it.

The opportunity to do this was completely squandered by them.

Option two: Being an idiot

Instead of doing that, Alt-Right players in actual reality chose to simply attach themselves to the Donald Trump campaign, make tweets on his behalf, act as an independent public relations arm for him, all while not challenging him on any of the big problems of his campaign.

They also chose to tell themselves nice stories about how everything that is wrong with Donald Trump is all part of some kind of 57-dimensional chess game. Trump’s daughter literally married to a Jew and incubating heirs for the Jew? Ivanka Trump’s womb is engaged in 57-dimensional chess, apparently, if Big Tenters are to be believed. Her womb is really complex and dynamic. Trump flip-flopping on the second amendment? It was ‘a different time’ back when he supported the so-called ‘Assault’ Weapons Ban, so that too is portrayed as 57-dimensional chess. Promises to support Israel stronger and harder than any candidate in the GOP? Chess again, supposedly. Literally has Jews as his advisers and lawyers? Allegedly it’s chess again. Insipidly idiotic protectionist anti-trade policies and tariffs? More excuses about how it’s about ‘fair’ trade, whatever that even means. Also, ‘chess’.


It was almost like the Alt-Right Big Tent wanted to become Donald Trump’s girlfriend. And yet Donald Trump was never interested in that, and has never even so much as acknowledged them by name, because he’s too busy cuddling with the Jews. You know, those people who he’s been rubbing shoulders with his whole life because his career was launched in real estate development in New York City.

A key example of this is when someone like David Duke gives his support to Trump, and then Trump reacts by pretending not to know who Duke is, followed by all of the pro-Jewish pandering proceeding ahead full steam as before. Another example would be Kevin MacDonald saying that Donald Trump basically ‘knows exactly what he is doing’ as though some kind of chess game is going on, and then Donald Trump is meanwhile literally allowing Ivanka Trump to marry into Jewish bloodlines.

It’s in moments like that, when one can imagine that Donald Trump leans in close to the ear of people like Duke, or MacDonald, and softly whispers a single word: “Cuck”.



Posted by Getting it right on Wed, 16 Mar 2016 15:59 | #

Scott Roberts on getting it right


Posted by Trump does AIPAC on Wed, 16 Mar 2016 17:58 | #

“I’m gonna make team light blue a winner, a thousand percent behind them.
Is there anybody who doesn’t Lo-
My daught, she loves the light blue M & M’s, BB’s, whatever you want to call em.
They, we, haven’t had anybody on our side for a l-o-ng time now. We’re gonna change that.”


Posted by Duke/KM discussing Trump lately on Thu, 17 Mar 2016 06:25 | #

Duke & MacDonald have indeed been talking a great deal about Trump, even doing that together these past few days -

David Duke Archives:

Date: 03-16-16

Dr. Duke and Dr. MacDonald Analyze the results of Super Tuesday and Expose the Jewish Hate of Donald Trump!

Date: 03-15-16

Dr. David Duke Shows How the Tump Movement is a Vehicle to White Awakening and Liberation!

Date: 03-14-16

Dr. Duke and Dr. MacDonald- The Trump campaign has become a referendum on the future of America and the people whose forefathers created America!


Posted by Kumiko Oumae on Thu, 17 Mar 2016 07:48 | #

Exactly. It’s like a meme that writes itself!


Posted by Justo Suarez on Thu, 17 Mar 2016 08:49 | #

There are powerful Jewish interests opposing him. At the same time there are those that are in support of him. If he is going to be “elected”, he must have the support of powerful jewish interests. Trump is a paradigm.


Posted by Kumiko Oumae on Thu, 17 Mar 2016 10:55 | #

What’s key to note though is that he “doesn’t need their money”, which raises the question of what precisely he would need them to do for him. He’s a billionaire who is self-funding his own campaign, to say that he “must have the support of powerful Jewish interests” doesn’t make sense in that context.

In reality, Donald Trump has chosen deliberately to go to the Jews over and over again, even though he doesn’t have to, and his family is making blood ties with Jews.

In fact, Donald Trump can be distinguished as the only GOP contender who actually has Jews as part of his own family. That’s something that could not be said about Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, or Jeb Bush.

But many would say, “Well, Cruz, Rubio, and Bush are prostitutes for the interests of many diverse multinational companies who are neck-deep in emerging markets right now and who they need campaign funding from.”

Sure, but realistically speaking when it comes to foreign policy, is it better to have [a.]a commander in chief who is potentially everybody in the world’s whore for money, or [b.]a commander in chief who is self-funding and is exclusively Israel’s single-issue whore by his own free choice?

Both options are obviously suboptimal, but ‘option b’ is clearly the worst possible option because that closes off all possibility of lobbying him away from a dumb foreign policy stance.

Let’s take the Iran deal as an example. Everyone agrees that the Iran deal was a good deal to make, except for the Israelis and Saudis who hated it yet they were forced to accept it. The deal was thankfully brought about because Barack Obama is everybody’s whore and thus listened to his own foreign policy advisers, and to the energy and intelligence interests in Britain, France, China, India, Japan, Mexico, Columbia, and so on. The power of diverse moneyed interests triumphed over Israel’s moneyed interests by drowning them out. Even though Israel had thrown the kitchen sink at the issue, Israel still lost, because even they cannot out-lobby half the world.

Under a President Donald Trump, Trump would not listen to any these people, he laughs at donors and lobbyists of all kinds. Trump also does not have any foreign policy advisers. The strongest vector acting on Trump in that arena is his own pro-Israeli brain and the vector of his own Jewish-convert daughter. Where the resultant from that will point toward is both obvious and disastrous.

These are the kinds of things that would become obvious if people would switch off their emotions and look at things through the cold vampiric light of material interests only. Yes, Donald Trump says lots of ‘politically incorrect’ things and there is some utility which can be derived from that. But regarding what he will actually do, there is no indication that it wouldn’t actually turn out to be even worse than the status quo.

With all that said though, it may already be too late to do anything about it, since there is now a real possibility that there will be a President Donald Trump. So chaos is what it’s going to be.


Posted by The Daily Stupor on Thu, 17 Mar 2016 13:21 | #

MR, “Trump Stares into the Abyss in Iowa and it states into him”, 1 Feb 2016:

The Daily Stormer people seem to be unaware that the Jews already launched a collection of serious tricks. Those tricks are known in aggregate as ‘the Donald Trump campaign’.

The Daily Stupor continues with his effusive devotion to his father figures, Trump, Putin..


Posted by Kumiko Oumae on Thu, 17 Mar 2016 13:33 | #

Pretty much. The most ridiculous part of what Anglin did, was that he ended that article by saying that Trump probably didn’t even pay for that advertisement. Indeed, but Trump hasn’t paid for most of his advertisements, it’s instead just people making videos which project onto Trump any number of policy positions or qualities that they imagine he could hold, regardless of whether it is true or not.


Posted by I'm a negotiator on Thu, 17 Mar 2016 20:32 | #

Everyone in this roo…You people are negotia. I’m a negotiator like you peop.


Posted by Republican leaders talk Trump on Fri, 18 Mar 2016 03:34 | #

Republican leaders talk about how to deal with Trump (these are not actors):



Posted by The arguments for Trump on Fri, 18 Mar 2016 04:38 | #

First of all, my (DanielS) concerns are primarily metapolitical in nature, where political at all. I have never had faith in the dog and pony show of politics to look after our E.G.I.

Nevertheless, there are people who care about European/White E.G.I. who think it is important for strategic reasons to get White people en mass behind Trump.

Again, it won’t be this White man who cares, I have never liked Trump and don’t trust his values. A businessman is, by training, manichean: truth and justice is not his objective, defeating others is; and in that game that he plays, changing the rules, if necessary to win, is what he will do.

Cyberneticists have famously observed that the engineer and the scientist by contrast, is focused on Augustinian devils - natural devils.

Perhaps that focus makes a scientist such as MacDonald gullible to the tactics and naive to the motives of a businessman like Trump.

However, in service of squaring things-off, so that we can have an accurate dialectic going on here, in order to arrive at what is more the case, rather than arguing against cardboard figures, lets try to render some of MacDonald’s best arguments as to why Trump is someone for Whites to get behind.

MacDonald’s arguments as I understand them:

1) Because he is independently wealthy, he can flout the PC norms that have hog tied Whites and address the true and important concerns of what has been the implicit base in support of the Republican Party - White people.

- That candor to move the Overton window is opposed to the concerns of people in the clip above; and the Jews who have policed White ethnocentric dissent with iron PC rule.

2) He will either a) take that implicit White base, tarry with its interests at least to some extent, gain its support and thus owe some genuine regard for its concerns for a change through its Republican auspices. Or b) Destroy the Republican Party (as the men in the video above fear).

Plan b is not a bad option according to MacDonald and to most White people in the know - the Republican Party has looked like us but has shown White people no loyalty. Quite the opposite, it has been every bit as complicit in our demise as the Democrats.

Bring on the grassroots of ethnocentric Whites to form a third party; and if he will, let Trump set it in motion, MacDonald says.

That is what Whites have always needed, an independently wealthy White man who will actually put his money behind Whites the way Jews put their wealth behind their interests.

3) If it were not for Trump, issues of the American border and immigration would not even have been mentioned by the Republican Presidential Candidates. Trump forced that issue upon Cruz, Rubio et al.

Trump brought that critical issue into White American consciousness and legitimized it despite the masters of discourse having de-legitimized discourse of its concern since 1965.

That is also crucial, according to MacDonald, since it will force people to pay more attention to who is behind mass non-White migration to America. KM adds, there is no question that it was Jewish interests that have done this; and once Whites begin to understand that, they will see that Jewish interests have had nefarious aims - that the results for White E.G.I have been and will be deadly.

4) Though KM and Duke do not emphasize the corporate complicity, they do acknowledge that it is working Whites who suffer the most from these immigration policies, from unskilled labor to H1B migrants.

- Trump has not only explicitly called for deportation and the building of a fence to keep out unskilled migrants

- He has also cited Rubio for calling not for reduction but the increase of H1B Visas.

5) Trump’s destruction of Jeb Bush, Rubio and Cruz means the destruction not only of politics as usual for the Republican Party, as these are the people that they wanted to nominate - but also of the Neo-Con agenda which lies deeper behind them.

In fact, William Crystal threatened to start a third party if Trump got the nomination.

MacDonald adds that the Neo-Con agenda is strictly Jewish. It has nothing to do with White interests and has been a disaster or White interests.

Therefore, MacDonald says, “so be it.” Let the White outrage begin if their votes are treated as if they don’t matter; let it be known who runs the Republican Party - Jewish Neo Cons and Corporate interests - let it be destroyed and a new third party that takes the side of Whites be born instead.

6) Trump is the best option also because he has the best chance for White interests against Hillary Clinton - if she wins that is a disaster because she is the quintessential neo-liberal, neo-con dream all in one: completely beholden to the worst domestically and foreign - of right wing economic and military objectives and PC cultural agendas.

7) It is important to get behind Trump now because if it takes another 8 - 12 years for someone like him to come along it might be too late for Whites to wield voting power enough to sway the political direction to their interests.


Posted by Right-Wing Jews Endorse Their Fellow Trump on Fri, 18 Mar 2016 11:11 | #

TNO, Right Wing Jews Endorse Trump, 17 March 2016:

Prominent Jewish Republican billionaire donor Sheldon Adelson has effectively publicly endorsed Donald Trump in a front page article in his Hebrew-language, Israel-based newspaper, Israel Hayom, titled “Your friend is leading the race.”

Adelson, better known for bankrolling other pro-Israel Republican candidates, has separately been quoted as saying “why not” to a direct question of whether he was going to support Trump or not.

The decision by Adelson to authorize the publication of the pro-Trump article in Israel—he keeps a tight rein on his newspaper, which fanatically supports Benjamin Netanyahu—is the clearest indication yet that the “right wing” of the American Jewish lobby has decided to come out in support of Trump now that their most preferred candidate—Marco Rubio—has dropped out.

At the same time, the “left wing” of the Jewish lobby in America has continued with its vituperative campaign against Trump, accusing him of “hate speech” about Mexicans and Muslims.

As pointed out earlier, the difference between the “right wing” and “left wing” of the US Jewish lobby has nothing to do with loyalty to Israel, or the overall Jewish lobby’s control of the US political process and mass media, but merely on how best to present American subservience to the Jewish state in the most acceptable light.

Trump has already alienated the “left wing” of the Jewish lobby with his declared opposition to illegal immigration, which, as an article in the Jewish Daily Forward said, was “a threat to the vision of a bigger, more inclusive GOP, which many leading Republican Jews have advocated.”

The most recent example of “left wing” Jewish lobby hatred for Trump came in a press release issued on March 14, 2016, by Rabbi Rick Jacobs, President of the Union for Reform Judaism (UJR); Daryl Messinger, Chair of the UJR Board; Rabbi Denise L. Eger, President of the Central Conference of American Rabbis (CCAR); and CCAR Chief Executive Rabbi Steven A. Fox.

In their joint statement, published on the UJR website, these senior Jewish leaders condemned Trump for “naked appeals to bigotry, especially against Hispanics and Muslims.”

Accusing him of “being offensive” to “women, people of color, and other groups,” these leading Jews said that “at every turn, Mr. Trump has chosen to take the low road, sowing seeds of hatred and division in our body politic.”

Earlier, Trump had also seemed to have alienated the “right wing” Jewish lobby with his claim that he would be “neutral” on the Israel-Palestinian conflict. He has been subjected to endless attacks over this—most prominently in the Jewish Daily Forward where it was quite openly stated that even being neutral on the Israeli-Palestinian issue is a crime in Jewish eyes—and that only complete subservience and pro-Israel bias is acceptable.

In addition, Trump also upset the “right wing” Jewish lobby with his August 2015 announcement that he would not “rip up” the Iran “nuclear deal.”

This nonsense deal was reached after the Jewish lobby created a deliberate set of lies over a completely mythical Iranian atom bomb program to try and get the US to attack Iran.

Trump’s clash with the right wing Jewish lobby reached its all-time low when he was booed while addressing the Republican Jewish Coalition in Dec 2015—after he had refused to say outright that he would recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.

He also told these “right wing” Jews that he did not “want their money” because he did not want to be controlled by them, while openly confirming that Jewish money controls other politicians: “You’re not gonna support me because I don’t want your money. You want to control your politicians, that’s fine. I do want your support, but I don’t want your money.”

The issue of Jerusalem is however a topic on which Trump quickly moved his position, telling a Christian Broadcasting News (CBN) interview in January 2016 that he was “100 percent in favor of moving the US Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem”—effectively endorsing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.

He went on to tell CBN that the “Iran deal” was “one of the worst deals I’ve ever seen under any circumstances, any deal, not just deals between nations. I think it’s a tremendous liability to Israel. I think it’s going to actually lead to nuclear proliferation and it’s going to cause a lot of problems.”

This condemnation of the “Iran deal” has set the stage for a reconciliation with the “right wing” Jewish lobby, and the ice has now been broken with the appearance of the article in Adelson’s Israel Hayom newspaper.

The interview with Trump was regarded as so important that it was even translated into English in that paper’s website—an honor usually only reserved for a tiny portion of that paper’s output.

Headlined “Trump to Israel Hayom: I’ve always been Israel’s friend,” the article goes on to say that Trump told the paper’s reporter, Boaz Bismuth, that his primary “success is tremendous news for Israel. Your friend is leading in the primaries. I’ve always been your friend, even at the toughest moments. And that’s not going to change. I love you.”

Realizing that other “right wing” Jews are still smarting about his Iran “nuclear deal” remarks, the Adelson-Israel Hayom article went on to pointedly ask Trump about it:

  “You mentioned Iran in your remarks and the bad nuclear deal,” I [the reporter] said.

  “There are some things I don’t want to talk about; it would not be wise,” Trump said. “But if we’re talking about good news for Israel, then of course it is less good news for those who don’t like Israel.”

The Israel Hayom article also went on to add as a further sweetener that Trump had just cancelled his participation in the next Republican primary TV debate—because he was instead going to speak at the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) Jewish lobby conference.

Trump’s links with the “right wing” Jewish lobby have in fact been there all along, if suppressed until now. As the Times of Israel pointed out in August 2015, Trump has served as a grand marshal at New York’s annual Salute to Israel Parade, and in February 2015, he “was honored with an award at the annual gala for the Algemeiner, a right-wing Jewish news organization.”

Trump also famously endorsed—on video—Benjamin Netanyahu’s 2013 Likud party re-election campaign, telling Israelis that he is a “big fan of Israel” and that Netanyahu is a “terrific guy, terrific leader, great for Israel.”

Given the fact that Trump is personal friends with Netanyahu, it comes therefore as no surprise that the “left wing” Jewish lobby in America—which supports Israel’s Labor Party—has seen fit to attack Trump.

Ted Cruz—and John Kasich—are just as slavishly pro-Israel as Trump, as is Hilary Clinton. Therefore, while it is still unknown who will eventually be the next US president, one thing is guaranteed: no matter which candidate wins, the Jewish lobby—“left” and “right”—is assured that Israel will be the ultimate winner.

        Donald Trump endorsement for BB


Posted by Daily Stupor on Sat, 19 Mar 2016 02:51 | #

The Daily Stupor is still completely sold on Trump. Look at their header now..



Posted by Cohen's against those "leftists" on Sun, 20 Mar 2016 14:32 | #

But weren’t people named Cohen supposed to hate Trump? This one doesn’t hate him, and for experienced people that should not be not the least bit surprising… yeah, she’s against those “leftists”...

Boston Herald Radio, Adriana Cohen: All aboard the Trump train, fueled by thugs and left-wing politics, 13 March 2016:

The Trump train has new fuel.

There’s no way the thugs and left-wing political groups that shut down Donald Trump’s Chicago rally on Friday night are going to silence the Republican front-runner or dissuade millions of his supporters from voting for him.

Every American should be outraged that protesters so blatantly stomped on the right to free speech. But instead of politicians on both sides of the aisle coming to Trump’s defense, they either stayed silent or said that he created a “toxic” environment and “had it coming” for his “divisive” speech and “offensive” insults.

Ted Cruz pretends to be a fierce protector of the Constitution, yet when a fellow Republican’s rights were so blatantly violated, he showed voters that talk is cheap. He chose to score some cheap political points and blame Trump for the protest when he should 
have been defending Trump’s right to take to the stage and speak his mind.

Talk about double standards and a blow to the First Amendment.

For starters, Hillary Clinton is guilty of insulting rhetoric — remember when she compared Republicans to terrorists last August? Did Republican-backed groups shut down her campaign events?

Of course not.

Yet if the shoe was on the other foot and Hillary Clinton’s rally was shut down by Republican activist groups, left-leaning media and liberals would go berserk. They’d suddenly become defenders of the Constitution, saying all Americans have a right to free speech and protesters and “bullies” should take a hike.

Hypocrisy, indeed.

Trump supporters see it. As do millions of Americans who want a fair shake.

We’re all supposed to be equal under the law.

It’s ironic that liberals — especially pols like Clinton and Bernie Sanders — wax poetic about “equality,” yet when it comes to free speech they only want Democratic candidates to enjoy it — without protest.

Adriana Cohen is co-host of “Herald Drive,” heard 6-9 a.m. on Boston Herald Radio. Follow her on Twitter @AdrianaCohen16.

Adriana Cohen ‏@AdrianaCohen16 8h8 hours ago
Adriana Cohen: Party can kiss me goodbye if front-runner shown the door



Posted by Trump doesn't pander to Jewish war mongers? on Sun, 20 Mar 2016 15:27 | #

        Bibi, the light-blue M & M.

Boston Herald Radio, Adriana Cohen: Obama, Kerry should have listened to Bibi, 09 March 2016:

Credit: (AP Photo/Dan Balilty, File)

FILE - In this Sunday, Feb. 14, 2016, file photo, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks during the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem. Israel on Tuesday refuted a White House claim that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu “surprised” the Obama administration by cancelling a planned visit to Washington, saying that the White House knew Netanyahu was considering not coming.

Bibi was right.

  Iran conducts new missile tests defying US sanctions

In a historic address before a joint session of Congress last year, he warned that Iran could not be trusted.

Now Iran has again brazenly violated U.N. Security Council resolutions by test-firing ballistic missiles despite newly 
imposed sanctions.

Just last March, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu expressed deep concerns that the Iran nuclear deal pushed by Secretary of State John Kerry and President Obama — and backed by Democrats in Congress, including U.S. Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Ed Markey, and U.S. Reps. Seth Moulton and Steve Lynch — would prove to be a colossal mistake.

Netanyahu warned that Iran would only temporarily halt its nuclear weapons program — if at all — while accepting $150 billion in frozen assets that would be used to strengthen its military and fund terror groups worldwide.

Yet Democrats in the White House and Congress refused to heed Bibi’s warnings or even pay him respect by attending his prescient speech.

Of course, Iran’s latest major provocation comes well after it received that $150 billion payoff. And after it forced 10 U.S. Navy sailors to their knees in an execution position to 
humiliate America.

And some think Donald Trump, if elected president, would be bad for national 
security. How is this administration doing?

In response to Iran’s latest provocation, House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, 
R-Calif., was livid, as well he should be.

“Far from pushing Iran to a more moderate engagement with its neighbors, this nuclear deal is enabling Iran’s aggression and terrorist activities,” McCarthy said yesterday. “Sanctions relief is fueling Iran’s proxies from Yemen to Iraq to Syria to Lebanon. Meanwhile, Khamenei and the Iranian regime are acting with impunity because they know President Obama will not hold them accountable and risk the public destruction of his nuclear deal, the cornerstone of the president’s foreign policy legacy.”

This is what happens when we have a commander in chief whose foreign policy is built on wishful thinking.

Obama and John Kerry think that if they placate Iran with concessions, they’ll magically stop being the world’s central banker of terror and instead join the “community of nations.”

Trump doesn’t pander to Jewish war mongers…oh no.

Majority Rights, “Hillary Clinton & Barack Obama created Isis”, says Donald Trump, 3 Jan 2016:

The Iran deal is one of the worst deals ever…. they’ve violated it already…  Iran wants to take over Saudi Arabia, they always have…they want the oil, they’ve always wanted that… you watch, I predicted a lot of things, I say get the oil, take the oil, keep the oil..  I’ve been saying that for three years and everybody’s saying, ‘oh, I can’t do that, it’s a sovereign country.’ There is no country! They have a bunch of dishonest people, they’ve created Isis.. Hillary Clinton created Isis with Obama!”

  “I am the most militaristic person in this room.”

  “I’m going to build-up our military so strong that we’re never going to have to use it..  ...probably.”

  “I said don’t go into Iraq and destabilize it….now you have Iran taking over Iraq, second largest oil reserves in the world”

  “We are weak and we are pathetic and it has to be stopped.”

Trump is pandering to the same kind of audience that W. Bush relied upon to get The U.S. into these Jewish wars.


Posted by Bibi and Esther on Sun, 20 Mar 2016 16:30 | #

“In a historic address before a joint session of Congress last year, he warned that Iran could not be trusted.”
                                                                                                                  - Adriana Cohen

Wasn’t that the occasion where Netanyahu glared in 45 seconds of silence at the Congress to intimidate them, while going on to cite the book of Esther, celebrated in the Purim festival for Israel’s genocidal war against Iran?

Or was the occasion when Netanyahu received 29 standing ovations from Congress?

At any rate, there’s scarcely a need to glower when he can call any one of them in a moment and have them at his beck and call.


Posted by Trump's Jewish Cabal on Sun, 20 Mar 2016 23:18 | #

Trump’s Jewish cabal

Who Controls Donald Trump?

Donald Trump’s Jewish Cabal

Michael Cohen (Ashkenazi Jew) – Executive Vice President and Special Counsel, The Trump Organization

Michael Cohen

Gil Dezer (Ashkenazi Jew) – President, Trump Dezer Development

Gil Dezer

Michael Dezer (Ashkenazi Jew) – Founder, Trump Dezer Development

Michael Dezer

Alan Garten (Ashkenazi Jew) – Executive Vice President and General Counsel, The Trump Organization

Alan Garten

Michael Glassner (Ashkenazi Jew) – National Political Director, Donald J. Trump for President, Inc.

Michael Glassner

Jason Greenblatt (Ashkenazi Jew) – Executive Vice President and General Counsel, The Trump Organization

Jason Greenblatt

Brian Harris (Ashkenazi Jew) – Chief Executive Officer, Ladder Capital (Donald Trump’s largest lender)

Brian Harris (middle)

Carl Icahn (Ashkenazi Jew) – Owner and Chairman, Icahn Enterprises

Carl Icahn

Charles Kushner (Ashkenazi Jew) – Founder and Co-Owner, Kushner Companies

Charles Kushner

Jared Kushner (Ashkenazi Jew) – CEO, Kushner Companies; Publisher, Observer Media

Jared Kushner

Richard LeFrak (Ashkenazi Jew) – Chairman and CEO, LeFrak Organization

Richard LeFrak

Corey Lewandowski (Ashkenazi Jew) – Campaign Manager, Donald J. Trump for President, Inc.

Corey Lewandowski

Stephen Miller (Ashkenazi Jew) – Policy Adviser, Donald J. Trump for President, Inc.

Stephen Miller

Sam Nunberg (Ashkenazi Jew) – Former Policy Adviser, Donald J. Trump for President, Inc.

Sam Nunberg

Stewart Rahr (Ashkenazi Jew) – Former Owner, Kinray

Stewart Rahr

George Ross (Ashkenazi Jew) – Executive Vice President and Senior Counsel, The Trump Organization

George Ross

Phil Ruffin (Ashkenazi Jew) – Owner, Treasure Island Hotel and Casino

Phil Ruffin

Felix Sater (Ashkenazi Jew) – Former Senior Adviser, The Trump Organization

Felix Sater

Allen Weisselberg (Ashkenazi Jew) – Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, The Trump Organization Trump Organization LLC

Allen Weisselberg

Steve Wynn (Ashkenazi Jew) – Chairman and CEO, Wynn Resorts

Steve Wynn

Lara Yunaska (Ashkenazi Jew) – Associate Producer, Inside Edition

Lara Yunaska


Posted by As anticipated on Fri, 25 Mar 2016 14:28 | #

As anticipated..


Posted by Speaker Ryan assures Bibi, "US sides w Israel" on Wed, 06 Apr 2016 08:04 | #

CBS, “JERUSALEM, Israel—Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives Paul Ryan led a bipartisan delegation to Israel this week to reinforce the strong alliance between the two countries” 5 April 2016:

Speaker of The U.S, House of Representatives, Paul Ryan meets with Yuli Edelstein, the speaker of the Knesset.

During the two-day visit, Ryan met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and other Israeli officials.

In a one-on-one interview with Times of Israel founding Editor David Horowitz, Ryan’s positions lined up closely with Netanyahu’s on Iran, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and the rising threat of Islamic terrorism.

“We have international terrorism that is threatening the civilized world,” Ryan said. “It’s threatening us. They’re coming at Israel, but they’re ultimately coming for us. So we are partners in this war on terror, radical Islamic terrorism.”

“Anti-Semitism is on the rise. Anti-Americanism is on the rise. Terrorism is on the rise. They’re kicking out generations of young kids – look at the knife intifada you have here,” he said.

In his remarks, Ryan used what’s considered to be the politically incorrect term, “radical Islam,” in contrast to President Barack Obama, who has consistently avoided that terminology during his tenure in office.

The House speaker also met with his Israeli counterpart, Yuli Edelstein, the speaker of the Knesset.

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