A SELECTION OF COMMENTS
Sincere apologies to posters whose comments have had to be omitted for lack of space. The pithier and clearer the comment, the more likely it is to be included here. Some of the comments have been shortened.
R. DAVIS : I believe that Trump had to happen, but I doubt he is the new Messiah
DUSTY : Who said he was? The issue is whether he is defensible in the present context of Deep State destabilisation. And that is very serious.
LOBRO : Dusty … one-shot, one-kill. This what I’ve been forever trying to bring to light with tons of mostly ignored evidence, namely, to judge Trump by his enemies.
HAROLD SMITH : The problem is, in this era of universal deceit and manipulation, how can you distinguish his “real” enemies from his “fake” enemies? And to the extent he has any “real” enemies in the first place, you don’t know exactly why they’re his enemies.
GREG BACON : One doesn’t make and lose four huge fortunes in NYC, then make another multi-billion dollar pot without being in bed with the same Wall Street (((gangsters))) who have been running and looting this nation for decades. Trump seems to be more interested in making sure his kids get fabulously wealthy rather than keeping his campaign promises.
HAROLD SMITH : Many of us sat paralyzed with fear and disgust as Obama and his handlers openly considered sacrificing what was left of “America” for the sake of the Jewish colonial project in the Mideast. The end seemed near…
Fast forward to November 8, 2016. We chose Donald Trump as our president. He wasted no time since his election in shamelessly reversing himself and proceeding to shove the Satanic Zionist agenda up our collective butt. This was the “courageous” Donald Trump who once asked why we should not be cooperating with Russia in fighting ISIS, rather than supporting the terrorists. This was the brave man who admonished the dishonest mass media, who questioned the need for NATO, who questioned our interventionist “foreign policy”, who questioned 9/11. He even promised to prosecute the wicked witch Hillary — “She should be behind bars!”
So what happened to all those grandiose promises?
In retrospect, the whole thing had an almost cinematic air to it, didn’t it? The Jews created the “problem”, the Jews ramped up the drama, and the Jews offered the solution: deus ex machina, Donald Trump, all according to the calculated script.
Problem, reaction, solution. It has a familiar ring.
CURMUDGEON : Harold, you are correct about Obama. However, for those with short memories, I need to ask: is there any real difference between Obama’s election promises and Trump’s election promises? Is there any meaningful difference between Obama’s post election actions and Trump’s post election actions?
Obama was given a Nobel Peace Prize, but attacked more countries than Bush 43. He was in charge for all of the regime change exercises, both successful and unsuccessful, in the Middle East, Ukraine, Honduras, Venezuela and elsewhere.
At the end of the day, it doesn’t matter who is elected, or whether the POTUS actually believes his election promises, because the US is under the control of a parasite. As is the case with the most successful parasites, the host will not be killed outright, only controlled to do what is best for the parasite for as long as possible.
SISTER MONICA : What you are essentially saying is that Trump, just like Obama, is a puppet president at the mercy of the “parasite”. He does what he is told, letting his strings be jerked.
However, there’s one big difference here. It is being passionately claimed by one person on this site, Lobro, that Trump is doing his best to fight the parasite. He is therefore, in a sense, an unwilling puppet.
Most people here would agree that an “unwilling puppet” is an oxymoron, a contradiction in terms. Lobro would insist that Trump, far from being a puppet, is a heroic warrior physician doing his utmost to kill the parasite — or get it under control — but finding it a pretty tough job! Am I right, Lobro?
LOBRO : Yes, Sister Monica, you are right.
RON CHAPMAN : It should be obvious to any impartial observer that President Trump is not yet in full control of the US government and especially of the CIA and other security services and the Pentagon.
UNGENIUS : Yep. Never in history has a President met as much resistance as Trump has encountered in just filling appointed positions. There has to be a reason why this is so or it would not be happening. Since the jews control the US government, obviously Trump is not making (((them))) as happy as (((they))) would like to be.
Concerning the CIA, no President has ever controlled them. Only on paper are they in the State Department that reports to the President. The CIA has always been commanded by the jewish banksters, both foreign and domestic, in (((their))) quest for global tyranny. The CIA’s track record stands as evidence. The CIA is the “deep state” that tells the jewish media what to say and the DoD what to do. The CIA is in the process of pulling off a coup against Trump in the USA. It’s the only thing that makes sense.
JOE : the jury is NOT “still out” on Trump. They are gathered and ready to give their verdict. Far too many of Trump’s promises have already been thrown to the wind at the behest of (((Satan’s children))). He put his Mexican border wall on the shelf and then immediately goes to Israel to genuflect before their wall. That says it all.
He talked about cutting fat and entire departments out of the budget, but then increased the already bloated “defense” budget tens of billions of dollars.
At least with Hillary, we knew what that witch was made of and what she’d do. But Trump garnered our trust. He was the first candidate in decades to open cans of worms on topics which the mainstream media refused to acknowledge. And then, he stabs all of his supporters in the back.
In Dante’s “Inferno”, the ninth and deepest circle of hell was reserved for traitors. Trump has secured his place within it.
THUCYDIDES (sarcastic) : The American people did a GREAT thing by electing Trump! They wanted NO MORE wars — and wars have what they have got! The London bankers who control Israel and have outsourced the control over the USA to Israel, they don’t respect this wish of the American people for no further wars. Thus it will be LONDON that will be nuked from the face of the earth now and NOT an American town. 500 mega ton thermonuclear energy will rain down on the Rothschild-Zionists in London.
JOHN KIRBY : I used to be a Trumpeter. Not now. He really is Israel’s man-in-the-White-House. What a betrayal.
HAROLD SMITH : If the parasite loses control of the president, the parasite’s agenda is in trouble, because the president then has the option of refusing to cooperate with the parasite. The parasite can lead the president to the kool-aid, but the parasite can’t make the president drink the kool-aid. I suspect this is why the parasite had to assassinate JFK — because JFK refused to drink the kool-aid.
Now back to Trump. As far as I can see, there’s nothing to stop Trump from ordering all US troops and military equipment out of Syria — IF HE WANTED TO DO THAT. So what’s stopping him? After all, he is the commander in chief of US armed forces; and the constitution does give him general responsibility and control over US foreign policy. And the Syrian deployment is manifestly unconstitutional and illegal.
As I see it, therefore, we are confronted with the inescapable fact that Trump could leave Syria tomorrow if he wanted, but simply refuses to do so. On the contrary, he escalates the conflict. This is flagrant violation of his campaign promises.
Likewise with Afghanistan. Instead of ending the pointless and unnecessary war on Afghanistan, Trump is poised to escalate it by sending in thousands of more troops. Just as in the case of Syria, he could end the Afghanistan debacle tomorrow if he chose. But he refuses. Diehard Trump supporters will wave their hands and scream, and send armies of straw men to defend Trump, but they cannot argue away the simple fact that Trump is doing the Jews’ dirty work.
There’s one last point I should make about Trump supporters. They seem to take the position that Trump can’t do much against the Jew agenda — e.g., withdraw from Syria — because if he did, then his “enemies” would really “get” him. But they fail to consider: What about the support he would get from actual Americans? The millions who voted for him? Does that mean nothing?
Imagine if Trump gave a press conference and said: “I’m going to quit all the wars and the militarism, and I’m going to get along with Russia and cut defense spending.” His popularity would skyrocket — up to where Putin’s is. Who would dare to impeach him then? The Jews would be powerless against such a popular leader.
STEPHEN SMITH : Bottom line: I voted for and still support Trump for his domestic agenda, but I am absolutely incensed by his foreign policy agenda! He is openly and blatantly violating his pledge to rebuild America and stay the hell out of foreign conflicts, especially Syria. I would not blame him for bombing the hell out of ISIS, as they richly deserve it, but if he is going to support them in their efforts to overthrow Assad and thereby establish a Greater IsraHell, I could not be more fervently AGAINST Donald Trump! I just got finished writing him with words to this effect on the Whitehouse contact page, and would suggest others do the same.
WINSTON : The inescapable fact is that Russia has made a commitment in Syria.
Mr. Trump’s ill advised Syrian escalation will not win him friends in DC nor placate his enemies. The Republican passivity to the Jew media and ongoing Soros sponsored destruction will not win them friends nor safety. Rest assured they will be promptly liquidated if they continue to allow this to continue.
This includes Mr. Trump, whose weak and passive whining on Twitter erodes respect for a leader who once famously fired people on TV but seems incapable of saying: “Mr Rosenstein, you’re fired!” Or “Mr Mueller, you’re fired!” Or “Mr Sessions, get investigations going on Ms. Lynch and the pant suit monster!”
All I’m asking from Trump is this: Enforce the laws!
FLAN O’BRIEN : Stephen, which part of Trump’s pre-election domestic agenda has been implemented? Cancelling the TPP is the only thing I can think of, but even then there were caveats about renegotiating something “better”.
Re-enabling the “too-big-to-fail” banks to fail (Dodd-Frank rollback) is a stupendously enormous blow to the US people. These banks are certain to fail again and either the US will fall into bankruptcy and chaos or current and all future generations will be enslaved more deeply to the Tribe.
STEPHEN SMITH : In defense of Trump, it can be said that there has been a dramatic reduction in illegal immigration into America. Trump is doing his damnedest to keep radical Islamists out of here, in spite of being opposed at every turn by liberal judges who think they know better than he does about national security, when in fact they are directly threatening that national security by permitting Syrian “refugees” — 90% of whom are men of military age — to come here without any vetting.
In addition, Trump has managed to bring a number of companies back to the States, but a lot of them are still waiting to see if his tax reforms really get implemented. The Democrats and many RINOs are stalling on Obamacare and hence real tax reform. Trump can hardly be blamed for that.
The fact of the matter is that Trump can’t get much done when he is faced with as much liberal opposition as he is. He is undergoing ten times more criticism than any other president in US history, with new death threats surfacing on a daily basis. Ironically the only thing this same liberal media seems to be OK with is his fighting more wars for Israel.
I am totally unfamiliar with his re-enabling the TBTF banks. Certainly this is a big concern. The Federal Reserve just flat-out needs to be abolished.
One of my criticisms of Trump is this: it came to my attention the other day that Trump intends to give Monsanto and Dow Chemical everything they want on a silver platter, as far as the production of new GMOs is concerned. I consider this at least as much of an outrage as what he is doing in Syria.
Ultimately, I have to resort to saying I support Trump only because he was the lesser of two evils. We would have far worse problems now if Hillary had been elected.
FLAN O’BRIEN : Were I eligible to vote I would almost certainly have voted Trump because the air of radical change was in the air. That would have meant voting twice in 40 years. Quite simply, voting encourages evil and is therefore evil itself. If blank votes were counted, that would be different. In that case, I would vote “None of the Above” every time.
HAROLD SMITH : Everything that happens in this world happens in some context, e.g., historical, political, moral, etc. And many if not most things that Jews (and their puppet politicians) do, individually and collectively, if they are to be properly understood (in some relevant context), must be the subject of analysis.
One area where you [Lobro] and I apparently differ is that I give much more weight to the value of moral analysis than you do. Trump, by his aggressive and completely unjust military action since assuming his office, has shown himself to be a monster on the same moral plane as Charles Manson and the Zodiac killer. Even Obama, as bad as he was, apparently had more respect for human life than Trump does.
Unlike you, apparently, I believe that a moral reprobate like Trump is simply not capable of resisting the Jews, even if he wanted to. Thus it really doesn’t matter what Trump may or may not think he is doing, or what you personally may or may not believe Trump is doing, or trying to do, because in the end it is mooted by the fact that Trump is not morally equipped to resist Jewish coercion.
In the same way that Nixon, moral monster that he was, was morally unequipped to offer much opposition to the Jewish agenda, Trump is similarly incapable of standing up to the Jews.
LOBRO : A wholly good and moral man was Jesus Christ and how many soldiers did it take to scourge him half dead and affix him to the cross, half dozen detail of bored legionaries? He led by example, but I also want men like Trump, Putin or Patton to lead by action. OK, maybe Trump is even a poor example of such a leader but I am not convinced otherwise. Anyway, not yet. And absent another candidate, I must cut him some slack. There simply is no other option available.
Such men need not be highly moral, in fact this seems to have been Hitler’s political weakness, that he was morally upright and unyielding, not devious enough to prevail in the scorpion filled pit.
This is how I look at it: I don’t ask that a bullet be moral, only that it be aimed well.
HAROLD SMITH (summing up) : Here’s the problem: every single thing Trump has done in the realm of “foreign policy” suggests to me that my original assessment of him was wrong. As I see it, he’s wasted no time in reversing himself on everything of crucial importance.
He’s taken risky actions for which there is absolutely nothing to gain (for America, that is) and everything to lose; he’s telling lies; he’s gratuitously slaughtering civilians; he’s bitch-slapping Russia; he’s doing everything possible to insult and infuriate Iran; he’s sucking up to Saudi Arabia who in the past he accused of complicity in 9/11; he’s invading Syria, setting up illegal military bases, attacking Syrian government forces and calling Bashar al-Assad names.
In light of all this, how can I not conclude that Trump is studiously trying to ignite a much wider conflict in the Middle East? Even if he had some intention of trying to save America from Jew-inspired destruction, I am forced to conclude from his actions that he does not have any of the personality traits necessary to rescue America from ruin.