A Stalinist Purge In America?

By PAUL CRAIG ROBERTS

Is America doomed to a Stalinist purge?

This year could turn out to be a defining year for the United States. It is clear that the US military/security complex and the Democratic Party aided by their media vassals intend to purge Donald Trump from the presidency. One of the open conspirators declared the other day that we have to get rid of Trump now before he wins re-election in a landslide.

It is now a known fact that Russiagate is a conspiracy of the military/security complex, Obama regime, Democratic National Committee, and presstitute media to destroy President Trump. However, the presstitutes never present this fact to the American public. Nevertheless, a majority of Americans do not believe the Democrats and the presstitutes that Trump conspired with Putin to steal the election.

One question before us is: Will Mueller and the Democrats succeed in purging Donald Trump, as Joseph Stalin succeed in purging Lenin’s Bolsheviks, including Nikolai Bukharin, who Lenin called “the golden boy of the revolution,” or will the Democratic Party and the presstitutes discredit themselves such that the country moves far to the right?

Stalin didn’t need facts and could frame-up people at will as he had absolute power. In the US the presstitute media, like Stalin, does not concern itself with facts, but the presstitutes do not have absolute power. Indeed, few people trust the presstitutes, and even fewer trust Mueller.

Many are puzzled that President Trump has not moved against his enemies as they have no evidence for their charges. Indeed, Mueller’s indictments have nothing whatsoever to do with the Russiagate accusations. Why are not Mueller, Comey, Rosenstein, and all the rest indicted for their clear and obvious crimes?

America’s future turns on the answer to this question. Is it because the Trump regime is letting the presstitutes and the Democrats destroy their credibility, or is it because Trump is weak, confused, and doesn’t know how to use the powers of his office to slay those who intend to slay him?

If it is the former, then America will move far to the right. If it is the latter, America will have had its own Stalinist purge, and the purge is likely to follow the Stalin model and to extend down to those who voted for Trump.

The failure of the integrity of the liberal/progressive/left has left the US facing two unpalatable outcomes. One is a right-wing government empowered by the left’s self-defeat. The other is the rise of the Identity Politics state in which oppression will be based on gender, race, and beliefs.

This is not the only issue that could be resolved in 2018. There are others, and the other two major ones are the economic situation and the military situation.

For a decade the central banks of the West and Japan have printed money far in excess of the increase in real goods and services. This money printing has not caused massive inflation of consumer prices. Instead it has caused inflation in financial instruments and real estate.

The high Dow Jones average is the product of this money printing. Can the central banks stop printing money and allow interest rates to rise, thus collapsing equity prices and pension funds? What would be the consequences?

Militarily, since World War II Washington has relied on its armed predominance to dictate to the world. But now the President of Russia has announced possession of what are from the US perspective super weapons that do not, as some claim, give Russia parity with the US, but give Russia immense military superiority over the US, indeed over the entire Western alliance.

Russia’s capability, which the US has no chance of matching any time soon, means that Washington’s policy of intimidation has no chance of intimidating Russia. If Washington’s policy toward Russia continues in a hostile demeanor, Russia is likely to kick Washington’s teeth out.

The cat has been belled. America is no longer “the sole superpower.” It is a second-rate power whose hubris is likely to do it in. Will it happen in 2018?

 

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47 thoughts to “A Stalinist Purge In America?”

  1. Add, Zionist controlled US politicians are aligning American fortune with the Zionist entity.
    An entity that soon to be a busted flush.

  2. “It is clear that the US military/security complex and the Democratic Party aided by their media vassals intend to purge Donald Trump from the presidency.”

    It is? Then why no impeachment proceedings for his war crimes? Why not even a lawsuit challenging his illegal occupation of Syria, for example?

    “Many are puzzled that President Trump has not moved against his enemies as they have no evidence for their charges.”

    Maybe for the same reason that Trump hasn’t moved against the 9/11 perpetrators? (Funny he has no problem moving against the jews’ enemy, Russia, where the stakes are nuclear war).

    “Why are not Mueller, Comey, Rosenstein, and all the rest indicted for their clear and obvious crimes?”

    For that matter, why isn’t Trump demanding an investigation into the Parkland school shooting? Why did cops wait outside the building rather than go inside and confront the shooter? Why did teacher Stacy Lippel say she saw someone wearing body armor – apparently a cop – shooting down the hallway? Where’s the video from the school’s security cameras that could clear this up? Why was the FBI at the school before local cops? What was the secret service doing at the school before the shooting? Trump has no interest in any of this? He’d rather just work with team Soros and take the guns?

    “America’s future turns on the answer to this question. Is it because the Trump regime is letting the presstitutes and the Democrats destroy their credibility, or is it because Trump is weak, confused, and doesn’t know how to use the powers of his office to slay those who intend to slay him?”

    Or could it be because Trump is a fraud, and Paul Craig Roberts just can’t go there for some reason?

    1. One of these days, Harold, you’ll have to forgive yourself for voting for Trump. Letting that eat away at you is the kind of negative thinking that can cause cancer – I speak (well, write) from recent experience.

      Back to Trump, the USA, and PCR’s article. Consider the alternative, the candidate who received the majority of the votes of illegal aliens and dead people, and the backing of Obama, many neocons, most of the warmongering neolibs, and the lugenpresse: Hillary Clinton. Clinton, Obama, and other destroyers of western civilization are just as bound to Israel as Trump appears to be. At the 2016 AIPAC Kowtow, HRC promised to take the “special relationship” with Israel “to the next level”. HRC was reluctant to provide details about what that meant, but this Jewish Journal article may help to clarify the Jewish perspective on what she meant.

      Clinton’s presidency would have been a continuation of Obama’s. Obama’s presidency was, according to some sources, planned in the living room of one time “Weatherman” Bill Ayres. Bill Ayres and his ilk have thought about what they would like to do if they ever acquire the power to do it: kill about 25 million Americans.

      I asked, “Well what is going to happen to those people we can’t reeducate, that are diehard capitalists?” And the reply was that they’d have to be eliminated.

      And when I pursued this further, they estimated they would have to eliminate 25 million people in these reeducation centers.

      And when I say “eliminate,” I mean “kill.”

      Twenty-five million people.

      I want you to imagine sitting in a room with 25 people, most of which have graduate degrees, from Columbia and other well-known educational centers, and hear them figuring out the logistics for the elimination of 25 million people and they were dead serious.

      I’ve linked to search results rather than specific sources because this quote is not the product of some wacky, far-right, pajama clad chicken hawk, but well documented fact that the loonie left is attempting to suppress, cover up or “debunk”.

      I think PCR is basically correct. The USA is at a fork in the road from which there are but two paths to follow, hard right or hard left. I don’t think PCR wants to take either path, so in that sense, you’re right, he doesn’t want to go there. Neither do I. Unfortunately, the Deep State / NJWO crowd will be making that decision, not the vanishingly small number of US citizens who retain the capacity to think for themselves.

      1. @ Carnaptious

        “One of these days, Harold, you’ll have to forgive yourself for voting for Trump. Letting that eat away at you is the kind of negative thinking that can cause cancer – I speak (well, write) from recent experience.”

        Actually my above comment has nothing to do with my vote for Trump. I voted in good faith based on where I thought he stood on important foreign policy issues. Of course he deceived me (and millions of others), and in retrospect I should’ve stayed home, but that’s water under the bridge.

        “Back to Trump, the USA, and PCR’s article. Consider the alternative, the candidate who received the majority of the votes of illegal aliens and dead people, and the backing of Obama, many neocons, most of the warmongering neolibs, and the lugenpresse: Hillary Clinton.”

        Hillary Clinton is irrelevant. (Although if you’re going to bring that up, I should mention that there is a fairly sound argument to be made that Trump was actually the “chosen one”).

        Anyway, we have to deal with the reality of the present situation. We can’t undo the election but perhaps we can minimize the damage by fostering some political opposition to the deranged and very dangerous leftist in the White House. Our so-called “conservatives” need to put Trump in his place when he steps out of line (which thankfully seems to be happening a little bit, at least with regard to his gun control gaffes).

        And this is the basis of my disappointment with PCR. You can’t even begin to solve a problem until you at least acknowledge that there is a problem, right? Yet many people make things worse by refusing to face facts. PCR is one of those people. He seems to be in a state of denial, IMO, and unfortunately, he has a wide following. Being an “ex U.S. government insider”, apparently even the Russian government pays some attention to his essays.

        PCR needs to take off the rose colored glasses and stop pretending that Trump is some kind of a helpless “victim” who’s not responsible for his own actions.

      2. @Harold,

        “my above comment has nothing to do with my vote for Trump. I voted in good faith based on where I thought he stood on important foreign policy issues. Of course he deceived me”

        Sorry, Harold, but you deceived yourself. You have been around long enough to know that politicians lie for a living. If their mouths are open, and words are coming out, chances are good that they are lying about something. Yet you decided to trust Trump, and pull the lever, mark the ballot, press the button for him. You may have voted in good faith, but the words “good faith” are meaningless to the political class, as well as their sponsors and bagmen. Can you name one politician in the 20th or 21st century that wasn’t a liar, who didn’t break most of their campaign promises, who wasn’t a puppet controlled by the world’s wealthiest people?

        “Anyway, we have to deal with the reality of the present situation. We can’t undo the election but perhaps we can minimize the damage by fostering some political opposition to the deranged and very dangerous leftist in the White House.”

        Trump may be a lot of things, and I’m not about to defend him, but a leftist he is not.
        Here is a leftist: https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DXdjL2RV4AAeRJv.jpg
        Here’s another leftist with blue hair: https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DXxgSD2X4AUJM9H.jpg
        (Note the title of that book. Think about what it means.)
        Now who looks deranged?

        I do agree that Trump’s stance on gun control is troubling, to say the least. We can only hope that someone like this gets a seat in the US congress in 2018. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KqqJKChKRzI (With thanks to Pat for sharing this video)

      3. @ Carnaptious

        “Sorry, Harold, but you deceived yourself. You have been around long enough to know that politicians lie for a living.”

        I’ve already admitted to an embarrassing moral failure, but in your zeal to further prosecute me you seem to be implying that some other significantly different outcome would’ve been possible if millions of us didn’t unforgivably “deceive ourselves.” Seriously?

        Okay, for the nth time: One of the reasons I voted for Trump was because (contrary to your statement above) Trump was NOT a career politician. As I’ve stated here many times, it was *plausible* that an independently wealthy non career politician with a family, who had a lot to lose in an unnecessary nuclear war, a man who had a history of public statements to the effect: “let’s get out of Afghanistan”, “don’t go into Syria, it’s illegal, you’ll be sorry”, etc., etc., etc.; would not be as bad as the other candidates.

        I didn’t necessarily trust Trump, I didn’t see him as a Mister Rogers clone, but I gave him the benefit of the doubt that he was not “demon-possessed”. And for the nth time, I was wrong. Like millions of others, I gambled and lost. Hopefully we can now move on?

        “If their mouths are open, and words are coming out, chances are good that they are lying about something. Yet you decided to trust Trump, and pull the lever, mark the ballot, press the button for him. You may have voted in good faith, but the words “good faith” are meaningless to the political class, as well as their sponsors and bagmen.”

        See above. All things considered, I merely gave him the benefit of the doubt that he was not “demon-possessed”.

        “Can you name one politician in the 20th or 21st century that wasn’t a liar, who didn’t break most of their campaign promises, who wasn’t a puppet controlled by the world’s wealthiest people?”

        Adolf Hitler? Ron Paul?

        “Trump may be a lot of things, and I’m not about to defend him, but a leftist he is not.”

        I should’ve said “communist”. His conduct and his statements since the Parkland school shooting have removed any remaining doubt. He’s a complete constitution-hating fraud. We’d be better off with four more years of Obama than with Orange Clown.

        “Here is a leftist:
        Here’s another leftist:
        (Note the title of that book. Think about what it means.)
        Now who looks deranged?”

        Those people aren’t pretending to be something they’re not; nor are they flirting with planetary extinction. The communist in the White House is far more deranged IMO.

    2. Good Morning Harold!

      I’m sorry you feel you a need to admit to “to an embarrassing moral failure” because you voted for Trump. I see it more as a temporary lapse in judgment, understandable to some extent because Trump wasn’t a typical politician, but his performance at the 2016 AIPAC Grovel-Fest should have been a wake up call. I’ll admit that I briefly entertained a notion to vote for Trump just because of the long list of establishment enemies he could claim, but his attendance at the 2016 AIPAC groveling made it clear his anti-establishment appearance was a facade.

      I certainly don’t blame you and millions of other voters for Trump’s failings, nor would I blame HRC voters for HRC’s failings had the Electoral College vote put her in the White House. No, what puzzles and troubles me is that so many people still vote in a system that is so clearly broken, so wide open to voter fraud, so easily rigged, and so openly manipulated by those who now snivel and moan that the term “globalist” has become a dog whistle for “Jew”. https://twitter.com/CahnEmily/status/971796469970763776 If the shoe fits…

      “Can you name one politician in the 20th or 21st century that wasn’t a liar, who didn’t break most of their campaign promises, who wasn’t a puppet controlled by the world’s wealthiest people?”

      Adolf Hitler? Ron Paul?

      Ron Paul was the last national level candidate for whom I voted, in 1988. I’ve not seen any evidence that he was a puppet, but can’t say the same for Hitler.

      Those people aren’t pretending to be something they’re not; nor are they flirting with planetary extinction. The communist in the White House is far more deranged IMO.

      Those loonie lefties are men pretending to be women. If the loonie left gets back into power, be that HRC or the equally repulsive Kamala Harris (whose 2018 AIPAC speech is “unavailable”), the vision of the future held by Bill Ayres will become a very real possibility.

      We often hear about how globalism’s losers and malcontents need to be understood and mollified, but they are vastly numerically inferior and lack the firepower their opponents possess. Why don’t we just defeat them? – Noah Rothman in a Twitter comment, which he linked to an article he wrote titled “An Unpopular Approach to the Populism Problem A modest proposal.”

      Rothman’s article concludes “The very idea of populist nationalism will have to be overwhelmed.” The threat of gulags, re-education camps, and the “elimination” of 25 million or more “die hard capitalists” doesn’t seem so far fetched after reading this latter day Bolshevik’s article. PCR’s article, our topic for today, is about the loonie left’s plans for people who voted for Trump, among others.

      Yes, Trump’s “confiscate now, due process later” 2nd Amendment stance post PHS shootings could hasten the bloody purges the loonie left so obviously contemplates with glee.

      Joy Reid: White people have a “crusty, creepy, weird – worldview”.
      Kurt Bardella: “They are thankfully going to die off and that’ll be the end of that”.
      MSNBC

      1. Carn –

        RE: Ron Paul…

        “I’ve not seen any evidence that he was a puppet.”

        He served too many terms to not be sold out…. a puppet. Controlled opposition. Only ONE of his bills passed in the decades he served.

        I voted for him in 88 as well. That was my last vote for any Prez candidate. Perot broke me of that bad habit. 🙂

      2. “I see it more as a temporary lapse in judgment, understandable to some extent because Trump wasn’t a typical politician, but his performance at the 2016 AIPAC Grovel-Fest should have been a wake up call.”

        When I mentioned that to other people who were leaning toward voting for Trump, the general consensus was: “well he has to do that if he wants to be elected, but that doesn’t mean he’s not going to put America first…” or something like that.

        “No, what puzzles and troubles me is that so many people still vote in a system that is so clearly broken, so wide open to voter fraud, so easily rigged, and so openly manipulated by those who now snivel and moan that the term ‘globalist’ has become a dog whistle for ‘Jew’.”

        In general I agree, but the 2016 election was somewhat unique; an example of a brilliant, well-executed psyop by a desperate “deep state”.

        In the fall of 2016, the voters were given a choice between a candidate, Clinton, who promised war (with Iran, Russia, China, etc.) vs. one who was presenting himself as an alternative to war, Mr. Diplomacy, Trump.

        The calculated elimination of Sanders sent the message: “the deep state wants Clinton”, and Clinton left no doubt that she would “confront” the world with an aggressive “foreign policy”.

        So put yourself in the shoes of any reasonable person who’s disgusted with the corrupt system, considering staying home, but can’t help paying attention to the looming catastrophe. Their reasoning might be: “Either Clinton or Trump will be elected. If I don’t vote, and Clinton is elected, and world war ensues, I’ll never forgive myself. On the other hand, if I vote for Trump, and he’s elected, at least there’s a chance of avoiding planetary extinction.”

        “Ron Paul was the last national level candidate for whom I voted, in 1988. I’ve not seen any evidence that he was a puppet, but can’t say the same for Hitler.”

        Nobody’s perfect, but generally speaking, I would guess that any foreign politician that’s not very well liked by the U.S. political establishment, yet reasonably popular in his or her own country probably meets your criteria; e.g., Vladimir Putin, Hugo Chavez, Mahathir Mohamad, Corazon Aquino, Jacobo Arbenz, etc.

      3. @Pat,

        True enough about RP. I liked him as a Libertarian, but when he switched to the GOP I lost interest. I also lost interest in the Libertarian party around the same time because both RP and the LP had to make compromises to gain GOP approval.

    3. “Funny he has no problem moving against the jews’ enemy, Russia…”
      “Jews enemy?” Now you sound like the orthodox shill, Brother Nathaniel and ‘former Jew’ who castigates ‘The Jews’, et al.

      Russia is no different regarding who’s in control; Putin’s mother’s name is Shaloma.

      Activists are targeted with the identical M.O. using private sector sayanim to setup a target for police to reel them in. Masonry is the source of the model and is everywhere, except Iran; even China has their “Pinyin-ist” rabbiTs to go with our Zionists. The world truly is just a stage!

      Here’s an interview with an American expat in Russia; after this interview his son was setup with a drug charge and is now a hostage in prison.
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5OkxW2mLN5M

      1. “Now you sound like the orthodox shill, Brother Nathaniel and ‘former Jew’ who castigates ‘The Jews’, et al.”

        And your point is?

    4. Do you really believe “Roberts can’t go there”? Do you read Roberts daily? Does he say it like it is regarding the Zionists? Or, are you just shilling against him because you’ve not done due diligence? Roberts has been very detailed and very clear regarding the shortcomings of Trump, he’s not shilling for Trump or Hillary or anybody else. You’re saying if he does not agree with your weltanschauung that he’s “unable to go there”? Are you taking selfies again?

      1. @ Bahmi

        “Do you really believe ‘Roberts can’t go there’?”

        Of course he can’t go there. He absolutely refuses to consider the possibility that Trump’s campaign was a calculated bait and switch fraud from the beginning. He blames everybody but Trump for Trump’s evil. He invokes the Nuremberg defense on behalf of Trump. According to Roberts, Obama was evil and therefore morally responsible for his evil acts, whereas Trump is merely weak and following somebody else’s orders. According to Roberts, Trump’s a nice guy who just happened to get mixed up with the wrong crowd.

        “Do you read Roberts daily?”

        I’ve read most or all of his essays ever since he started writing them. And I’ve also had some private email correspondence with him regarding Trump and other issues. I’m probably much more familiar with his positions than you are.

        “Does he say it like it is regarding the Zionists?”

        Huh? Of course he sometimes *obligatorily* mentions “zionists” and the “israel lobbly” (he knows if those terms never appear he’ll lose all credibility), but how do explain the fact that he never even mentioned Trump’s decision to move the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem (AFAIK)? Why no essay on that notable event? Apparently because it would be too absurd even by Roberts’ loose journalistic standards to blame that on the “military security complex”.

        Then there’s Roberts’ misleading criticism of the mainstream media, for example. He calls them “presstitutes”. While this may have been amusing at first, it paints a false picture of the situation. I know that many people have admonished him on this. Others have tried to explain the situation, e.g., Bro. Nathaniel Kapner, but as usual he refuses to consider the merits of any viewpoint other than his own.

        “Or, are you just shilling against him because you’ve not done due diligence?”

        I’m much more familiar with PCR’s work than you are. If anyone here is a “shill” it’s you.

        “Roberts has been very detailed and very clear regarding the shortcomings of Trump, he’s not shilling for Trump or Hillary or anybody else.”

        Once again, Roberts rejects out of hand the idea that Trump is an immoral person who intended to deceive. In essence he blames others for Trump’s “shortcomings”; Trump is merely following orders because he’s “weak”. He was far more critical of Obama than Trump, even though Trump is “Obama on steroids”.

        “You’re saying if he does not agree with your weltanschauung that he’s “unable to go there”? Are you taking selfies again?”

        Nothing so melodramatic, junior. Apparently you’re either not very familiar with Roberts’ work or you’re being dishonest.

      2. A very quick search produced this article recently written by PCR: https://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2018/01/28/trumps-foreign-policy-service-israel/

        From that article written by PCR.

        Americans are so totally brainwashed by Israeli propaganda that there is no public restraint on Washington serving Israel’s interest. And that is what Trump is doing. The tough guy is nothing but a panderer for Israel.

        Now if you want PCR to “consider the possibility that Trump’s campaign was a calculated bait and switch fraud from the beginning”, I would posit that he has done so, and dismissed that possibility as patently absurd. Up until Nov. 8 2016, MSM was confidently projecting that HRC would be the 45th President of the USA. Nancy Pelosi: “Donald Trump is not going to be president of the United States, take it to the bank, I guarantee it.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bSR0PvG9F_I
        Estimates ranged from 92-98% that HRC would win, and HRC did win the popular vote in New York, LA, and other urban areas. With just a little more campaign work (rigging the vote) in a few “flyover country” states HRC would have been the choice of the Electoral College, and thus US Pres #45.

        Where is the evidence that “Trump’s campaign was a calculated bait and switch fraud from the beginning”? Salon magazine, Washington Post, the Atlantic, The New Yorker, and other bastions of cultural Marxism, Zionists, Neocons, and loonie lefties who still expect to put HRC on the throne to which they think she is entitled. I’m not surprised PCR rejects the idea.

        PCR may not parrot your talking points, but he is not the Trump apologist you claim him to be.

      3. @ Carnaptious

        In the article you cited, Roberts was criticizing Trump’s position on the nuclear agreement with Iran. Roberts said: “The tough guy is nothing but a panderer for Israel.”

        First of all, just to clue you in, the nuclear deal with Iran was one of the few things that Trump was “honest” about during the campaign, right? I disagree with Trump on the issue; Roberts disagrees with Trump on the issue; every reasonable person in the world disagrees with Trump on the issue, but as wrong as Trump is, he is nevertheless merely following through on an issue he raised during the campaign, right?

        But even if he hadn’t raised the issue during the campaign, so what? All presidents in recent history were “panderers for Israel”. Did anyone paying attention expect that Trump, who’s been surrounded by jews his whole life, would not “pander to Israel”, to a certain extent at least? If Trump’s obsession with undermining the nuclear deal with Iran was all we had to worry about, we’d be in good shape.

        “Now if you want PCR to ‘consider the possibility that Trump’s campaign was a calculated bait and switch fraud from the beginning’, I would posit that he has done so, and dismissed that possibility as patently absurd.”

        How in the world do you come to that conclusion based on the article you cited? On the contrary, what’s “patently absurd” are your bare assertions; so “I would posit” that you’re just being contrary, as usual.

        Anyway, it’s one thing to “pander for Israel” over the Iran nuclear deal, and it’s another thing entirely to betray what was perhaps the most important campaign promise, completely reverse himself and risk nuclear war with Russia and the-end-of-life-on-earth-as-we-know-it over the issue of who rules Syria.

        Trump’s brazen war crimes in Syria and willingness to risk the destruction of America in a nuclear war are not “pandering”; they are the actions of a traitorous, demon-possessed jewish agent. He’s a nuclear armed fanatical zionist stooge holed up in the White House and holding the whole world hostage to the jewish supremacist fantasy of world domination and control.

        “Where is the evidence that ‘Trump’s campaign was a calculated bait and switch fraud from the beginning’?

        LOL! Seriously? It’s right in front of you, but you’ll never see it because it involves a little bit of common sense reasoning which is apparently way beyond your ability.

        I’ve explained how I came to that rather obvious conclusion many times here already, so I don’t feel the need to waste my time explaining it yet again to a person such as yourself, whom I don’t take seriously.

        “Salon magazine, Washington Post, the Atlantic, The New Yorker, and other bastions of cultural Marxism, Zionists, Neocons, and loonie lefties who still expect to put HRC on the throne to which they think she is entitled.”

        Or so goes the claim. Talk is cheap; that’s just another one of your bare assertions.

      4. @ Harold,

        I’d say the record shows that I provide evidence and links in almost every comment I make, and YOU make bare faced assertions with NO evidence whatsoever.

        When it comes to Trump, articles on Trump, etc. you are completely irrational, so I’m done.

      5. @ Carnaptious

        “PCR may not parrot your talking points, but he is not the Trump apologist you claim him to be.”

        Yes he is the Trump apologist I claim him to be. Compared to how he bashed Obama (and justifiably so) he treats Trump kindly. Rather than cite Trump’s personal moral responsibility for his own actions, he blames most things on “Washington”.

        Roberts’ Trump apologia reminds me of his “generous” treatment of the crimes of murderous dictator Augusto Pinochet:

        http://phoenixwoman.blogspot.com/2005/06/on-paul-craig-roberts-and-alliances.html

        BTW Carnaptious, the only thing you’ve proven with your irrelevant links and nonsensical drivel is that you can’t be taken seriously.

      6. As much as I dislike wasting time arguing absurdities with a person I cannot take seriously, for the sake of lurkers, Carnaptious’ comments, however facially ridiculous they seem to me, have to be refuted.

        To that end I should elaborate and qualify a little bit my statements about my view of Roberts and his treatment of Trump.

        As I mentioned, I’ve had brief email correspondence with Roberts regarding the question of whether or not Trump’s whole campaign was a calculated “bait and switch” fraud from the beginning, but Roberts, true to form, ended the discussion without responding to any of the valid points I raised.

        When Roberts’ web site was first created, he allowed comments on his articles. But when some of us used the comments section to point out (usually very tactfully) some points of weakness in his arguments, he did away with comments. Apparently the man hates any kind of debate.

        His articles frequently appear at “The Unz Review”, but unlike every other essay appearing there, comments are not allowed on his articles. And he’s made statements implying that he doesn’t like it when any popular web site publishes his work and allows comments.

        Apparently Paul Craig Roberts does not like to be challenged on anything he says, and I fault him for that. He constantly complains about the machinations of the “presstitutes” and purveyors of “fake news”, and he laments the the “day by day [shrinkage of] the domain of truth” and “the ability to challenge official explanations.” According to Roberts, his web site is apparently the ultimate source of “truth” in a deceitful world:

        https://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2018/03/05/all-i-am-offering-is-the-truth/

        Of course it’s his web site and his articles and he has the right to do whatever he wants with them, but he has no right to be taken seriously, and in that spirit I will point out the hypocrisy of his doing on a small scale what is in principle the same thing he accuses the “establishment” of doing.

        That said, I’m actually not faulting Roberts just because he doesn’t agree with me on something.
        Yes of course I vehemently disagree with his “kid glove” approach to Trump vis-a-vis his constant bashing of Obama. Which I think I can prove by example (to the satisfaction of any reasonable person). Here’s Roberts’ calling Obama a war criminal and butcherer of women and chidren:

        https://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2017/01/11/obama-the-war-criminal-butcherer-of-women-and-children/

        Strong words. And it’s a documented fact that Trump has loosened the rules of engagement and escalated the mass murder of people in far away places, beyond what Obama did. Yet has Roberts criticism been anywhere near as blunt regarding Trump’s heinous crimes? No. Apparently because in Roberts’ view, Trump’s merely following orders, so he doesn’t deserve the vituperation that Obama got.

        That said, what I’m also faulting Roberts for is his refusal to even raise the issue of whether Trump’s a con man who calculatingly defrauded the voters. The question of whether Trump’s whole campaign was a bait and switch scam from the beginning is a very important issue, IMO. I see it as something akin to the question of whether or not 9/11 was an inside job.

        If Trump set out to fool us then the implications are very dark and nuclear war is almost a certainty, IMO. OTOH if he’s just “weak” and stumbling around in the dark, maybe there’s still some hope; maybe nuclear war can be avoided.

        Roberts often writes articles where he begins by saying something like: “Several readers have written to me and asked my opinion of ‘this or that’, and although I don’t have the answer, here are some points to consider…blah…blah…blah.”

        Why won’t he do something like that? Or why not raise the issue and then proffer a compelling counter argument showing me wrong? I can’t help but fault Roberts for this .

  3. Trump is a Zionist controlled Trojan horse and the fact is that Zionists control every facet of the U.S. gov and have for decades, so the Stalinist purge is an illusion, as Trump is a puppet and a total fraud.

    Proof of the Zionist control of the U.S. gov is the fact that Israel and the Zionist controlled deep state did 911 and got away with it and also tried to sink the USS LIBERTY and got away with that too, that is control in spades.

    1. Most likely Trump is blackmailed and he’s had his trip to Israel where he swore allegiance to the apartheid state. I don’t believe for one second that he does not see the predicament he’s in thanks to the Zios. He’s trapped and he knows it.

      1. @ Bahmi

        In addition to trashing America along the way, Trump is leading the world to a nuclear cataclysm. How do you “blackmail” somebody into being personally responsible for the destruction of his own country and the possible extinction of life on earth?

        Why would a reasonable person run for the most powerful political office on planet earth if he or she was blackmailable?

        People who are blackmailable are usually blackmailable because they’ve done something seriously immoral and usually criminal, right? Anyone who would do something so bad that they could be blackmailed into risking planetary extinction, rather than resign, for example, had no business running for high office in the first place. Such a reprobate wouldn’t be able to do anything good for America anyway even if he or she wasn’t being blackmailed.

  4. The Founding Fathers must be rolling in their graves. How much longer must America waste lives and trillions of dollars fighting wars for the benefit of Israel?

    It has to end some time, but I think not under Trump, despite his campaign promises.

  5. As always in politics: The perception is the reality.

    Those most adept at vending propaganda will influence the outcomes. (If “the people” are led to believe that Mr. Putin is telling truth, then we might as well surrender before swords are crossed, etc.)

    1. Thank God for Putin and Russia for protecting Christians in Syria and thank God for Assad and Syria for standing up against the Zionist terrorists who are trying to destroy Christianity in Syria and in America.

  6. @Harold Smith — answer to one of your questions: PCR does not go (((there))), period. I recall some commentators speculating the reason WHY PCR does not “go there” is self-preservation. Compare the work of Michel Chossudovsky, whose Global Research site coinky-dinkily went on line just when 9-11 occurred.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michel_Chossudovsky
    I think it a good bet that the good professor is of Jewish descent and persuasion. He rarely mentions Israel amidst all the US bashing in which he and his (s)elected posters indulge! Imagine that.

    1. @ Alan Donelson

      But here’s the thing, regardless of who’s pulling the strings, if it was Obama rather than Trump in Syria flirting with planetary extinction, for example, PCR would put the blame squarely on the “white house fool”. According to PCR, Obama did the evil he did because he was “evil”, but Trump only does evil because he’s “weak”. IOW, Roberts invokes the Nuremberg defense for Trump putting ALL the blame on the handlers/string pullers, and none on the Trojan horse. PCR is being completely irrational, IMO.

    2. PCR does go there. Read his many offerings and you will see, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that he gets “it” and goes there over and over and over. Besides, what’s wrong with self preservation? Run away and live to play another day, is that wrong? We all have to pick our spots. Like many, I’ve been tossed from FB and You Tube and the largest paper in my state has done away with their comments section so now people cannot register their disagreements with the Zio controlled rag. They want it all, “they” want it all and will not stop until they get it or we resist successfully.

      1. @ Bahmi

        Trump is a mass murderer who knowingly and willingly does jew dirty work at the expense of American interests. While demon-possessed Trump flirts with nuclear war and possible planetary extinction, Roberts makes excuses for him. Roberts also blames the “military security complex” (whatever that exactly is) for every evil under the sun. If he cannot bring himself to tell the truth, then he should stop writing essays, rather than aid the enemy of all humanity with propagandistic euphemisms. Period. The end.

  7. In Syria the Zionist proxy groups of various names are collapsing in Eastern Ghouta, a couple of weeks could finish that particular phase, it is excepted that this will release the Hezbollah to prepare to defend their positions, the Zionists through their media is frantically pushing the ” war now ” line and an attack on Resistance positions within Syria Seems imminent, we have had these spikes in tensions before, and as always the Zionist shall push, the Resistance shall push back, it seems unlikely May will come and go without a major confrontation , as I read it.

  8. Beyond “nuclear weaponry” — whether a “bomb” or a “reactor”, “fall out” from venting or stratospheric (and tropospheric! ) aerosol spraying, perhaps with a garnish of biological material, not to mention the salt-and-pepper of nanoparticulates — there seems also, indeed, AI. A Stalinistic purge seems underway on the internet. Jim Stone has a compelling story to tell today about the de-funding of alt media (link: http://82.221.129.208/.zd8.html).
    EXCERPT:
    To put it in few words, in short, we are toast….
    First of all, the left is scared to death because they are losing the war to alt media. However, alt media needs to be very scared right now, because the left has all the power via platforms such as adsense, all the search engines, complete ownership of all finiancial institutions, you name it, if you need it to survive they own it.

    They have cut off financing to ALL the little guys. They hit Infowars hard by cutting off adsense, but that’s not the same thing as making the bank “malfunction” across the board. My site, as much as I have noticed the interference and complained, is doing better than most, they are afraid of this one because it is potent and have not actually hammered an absolute shut down (though they tried a year and a half ago and failed because the direct IP saved it) at any rate, this is not about my site, I need to talk about what is going on elsewhere . . . . . .
    What is happening to people en masse (for the smaller bloggers) is if they depended on WordPress, or Blogger, or Youtube, or any other second party server to work from, and also people who were on their own servers but did not actually have the traffic this site has (4.5 million uniques a year plus re-posts everywhere) for anyone who was sub 1 million they simply cut them off completely. They are cutting them off completely. They are gone. Most people don’t notice it, because the names that got cut off are too small, but they represented an enormous grass roots backbone for the truth movement, and that backbone is now gone.

    As a second level in their war against alt media, (for the larger harder targets they could not take offline outright) they are attacking the financing. Many many alt media people who endured the adsense bans, and endured having Chrome be programmed to block all ads that were not adsense, and were able to keep things going with donations and sales, these people are now facing direct financial interference with the actual financial institutions that make things go….I was alarmed, because this good friend who is well connected said that this month, it started happening everywhere, to “everyone”.
    VERY IMPORTANT: what they are doing against alt media is flatly illegal, it is prosecutable, they know it, and they don’t care because they expect to steal the 2018 elections, impeach Trump, and then send the law straight into the sewer.

    This is the scary part folks: [MORE AT LINK]

  9. “Is America doomed to a ‘Stalinist Purge’?”

    Hell, NO.!!! That is fear-porn at its best. “It’s Stalin.!! Be scared.!!”

    America IS DOOMED to a ‘Pancho Villa Purge’ by the same old criminals who want to increase their voting block with criminal illegal ‘Wet-Backs’.!!

    Illegal criminal ‘Wet-Backs’ voting is the REAL – “Foreign Interference” – in America’s election process..!! Not Russia.. or ‘Put-On’..!!

    https://youtu.be/p_fWaZpACZQ?t=736

    Even American Blacks(sic) should be outraged that the ‘shipped in’ criminal ‘Wet-Backs’ are minimizing their votes in states like California and Texas.

    1. Pat, yes to the votes not to mention all the Galvan, Guerrero, Rodriguez, Ramirez, etc., reconquista Hispanics legal and illegal who murder and kill blacks regularly in the West and Southwest big city metropolis (aka) Hispanic manifest destiny.

      Also a special shout out to the military which gets lots of healthy recruits/future citizen/reconquistas from waaay down south.

      Aztlán will rise again!
      Viva La Raza!

      1. HP,
        “Viva la raza!” is pure bullshit. México is a multi-ethnic country. There are people of Indian descente (Mayan, Aztec and a hundred other tribes) Some of these Indians, to this day, dont speak good Spanish. There are also pure-blooded Spanairds, French and last but not least, Jews. “La raza” claims are just another lame attempt to unify many illiterate and culturally-confused Mexicans behind the political whims of Zios on both sides of the border amigo. 🙂

      2. Donaldo, yes, all a part of the whole. They are sure enough hell on the blacks in the big metropolis, especially West X SW USA..

  10. Oh look, there’s the orange American dog – Wuff! Wall! Wuff! And look, there’s the red Russian pony – Whinny, Nukes, Snort. Jews put on the funniest dog and pony shows, it’z all zo entertaining for the goyim.

  11. Here is the number of white Americans who understand the Jews completely control the financial system and have enslaved us all in unpayable debts: zero.

    Here is the number of black Americans who understand the Jews completely control the media, and therefore the way we see and interpret the world: zero.

    Here is the number of mexican Americans who understand the Jews completely control American foreign policy, and use the military as a blunt instrument in the Middle East: zero.

    Game over guys. Americans are a population of permanent slaves to the Jews, who will serve them not for a hundred years, not for a thousand years, but forever. Literally for a million years or until the end of our species.

    Hard to believe? Maybe at first, but not if you had the depth of understanding that the old Europeans and even some Muslims have. They understood the Jewish threat and acted against it in various ways. Americans never have, never will.

    1. Hi Dolph, Don’t bet on it. It is ludicrous to deny the existence of Jewish Power in government, the media, finance, the academy etc. Many Americans can see what is going on, but they daren’t put their heads above the parapet for fear of having their lives, reputations and businesses destroyed.

      The truth, the whole truth is the best weapon against Jewish Power. What we have is a Jewish tyrany, and at present very few people will say that in public, but I think things are changing, slowly.

      1. J.K.
        Youre right. Things are changing. Ive been publicly critical of Zio-Jews for 20 years. Throughout this period, I encountered lots of resistance from gentiles. Gentiles have been “conditioned” to worship Jew. Im a trucker. Just last week talked to another trucker who recently toured the Holy Land with his wife. The tour guide was Palestinian. He described the wonderful hospitality of the Palestinians. But what surprised me most was his critisism of Jewish Israelis. He described them as arrogant and obnoxious. ” They think their sh.t doesnt stink,” were his words. Yes. Finally more and more Americans are waking up and smelling the kosher coffee. 🙂

  12. Speaking of “Stalinism” in America:

    “[…] After the Parkland school shooting, had Donald Trump simply used his bully pulpit to promote arming teachers and school employees as a deterrent and defense against these school shootings without calling for more gun control, it would have been a HUGE boost for the Second Amendment in general and school safety in particular.

    Instead, Trump fell in with anti-Second Amendment liberals and started calling for more gun control, adding “mental health” restrictions to gun purchases and making his stupid Stalinist statements about taking guns first and worrying about due process later.

    As a result, anti-gun liberals all over the country are using Trump’s own words and proposed gun control policies as a rallying cry to enact gun confiscation laws.

    As it stands right now, Donald Trump has opened the door for more damage being done to the Second Amendment than any other president, Democrat or Republican, in our lifetime. […]”

    https://www.lewrockwell.com/2018/03/chuck-baldwin/trump-opens-door-for-gun-confiscation-in-america/

  13. Honest Abe “you can fool” speech is a way to look at Zionist power/ control in the US.
    Some day the Zionist shall go to war with Iran, after that things will have changed.

  14. USA, whither goest thou? Is it the swamp draining predicted in the video “BREAKING! — Trump to take Action to bring Enemies of State to Justice!” or is it something more like the predictions of Col. Lawrence Wilkerson, an attack on Iran, Syria or Lebanon for the cause of “Greater Israel”?

    Is the U.S. Ramping up its Military Presence in Syria and Preparing to Attack Iran for Israel?

    A few samples of Wilkerson’s wisdom:

    “Lyndon Johnson not only knew the gory details of the Israeli attack on USS Liberty in the Eastern Mediterranean, he also knew about what was just told you. That’s to say he knew the uranium was being diverted, he knew Israel was building a bomb, and he chose not to do anything about it.”

    “Avigdor Lieberman…. Whether he is calling Arab members of the Knesset war criminals who were declaring the Jewish people should leave France, or claiming that the next military action against Hamas in Gaza will be the last, or contradicting his own military chief by denying there is a humanitarian crisis in Gaza, or stating categorically that the IDF will stop at nothing in order to win, reminding me a great deal of Dick Cheney, Lieberman is the living face of the Bibi Netanyahu’s Zionist policies.”

    “Listen to Netanyahu in January at the Holocaust Memorial Museum in Jerusalem. Quote – The greatest danger that we face of hatred for the Jewish people and the Jewish state comes from Iran. It comes from the Ayatollah regime that is fanning the flames of anti-Semitism – unquote. This anti-Semitism bid, of course as we’ve heard it today, is almost always a weapon of choice for Israeli politicians under stress…”

    “The Foundation for Defense of Democracies as the heir to the Project for the New American Century, Bill Kristol’s Iraq-bound think tank, leaves that pack of wolves disguised as warmed over neocons lavishly funded by the likes of Paul Singer. It has even spawned the Institute for the Study of War. A fascinating Orwellian title if there ever was one. It should be the Institute for War.”

    It’s not a short article / interview, but well worth reading.

  15. Korea,
    White house back tracking on commitment of Trump Kim meeting, ” concrete actions must be taken before ” , is this Trump back tracking or a lack of trust in Trump.
    Morning Joe ” Trump can’t even make a deal with a porn star “.

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