By HAROLD SMITH
based on a comment
Endnote by LD
Donald Trump and Franklin D. Roosevelt: striking parallels
There are historical parallels here between what the Jew puppet, Donald Trump, has been doing since being inaugurated and what the Jew puppet Franklin D. Roosevelt (FDR) did. Put simply, Roosevelt sought to destroy Germany for his Jew handlers, just like Orange Clown Donald Trump seeks to destroy Iran for his Jew handlers.
Roosevelt, who was born in New York into privilege (just like orange clown), did all kinds of provocations against Germany in the same way as Orange Clown is doing all kinds of provocations against Iran.
Both presidents came from wealthy backgrounds, with the proverbial silver spoon in their mouths. FDR’s family made its fortune via the organized crime opium cartel in China, 1839-1949. Trump’s father was a big construction, slum lord and real estate tycoon in New York City. He was investigated on numerous occasions for illegal business practices. You don’t succeed in these Big Apple business sectors and not be in the good graces of the Mafia.
Using his patrician family’s name, FDR worked his way up to the top of the American political system, to eventually become president. Donald Trump used his father’s wealth and connections to work his way up the corporate and media ladder, to eventually occupy the White House.
Both men are “rich, fat and happy”.
Both men are despised by the elites. Both men are proud of it too. FDR famously said he welcomed the hatred of Wall Street. Trump has repeatedly threatened and is starting to act on his promise to “drain the swamp in Washington”.
Both men take the choice of Supreme Court justices very seriously and both have a chance to really change the political leanings on the bench. For FDR, it was to make the Supreme Court more liberal. For Trump, it will be to make it more socially conservative.
Both men talk about keeping America safe from external enemies. FDR ended up getting the US into World War II, ostensibly to do just that. The jury is still out on how aggressive Trump will be in dropping bombs and drones on thousands of innocent Muslims across the planet, in the name of fighting “Islamic terrorism”.
As a result of getting into World War II, FDR greatly increased the size and technology of the US military. Trump says he too, wants to greatly expand the military budget, and make it “unbeatable”.
Both presidents believe in Keynesian deficit spending, to boost the economy. FDR greatly expanded government programs to help the downtrodden, as well as turn the US into a war economy, with World War II. Trump wants to spend lavishly on the military and dramatically lower business taxes, just like a country at war, while going into even deeper debt than the already official $20 trillion void Americans are on the hook for.
Both FDR and Trump want to work with Russia. Roosevelt and Soviet leader Josef Stalin had a good working relationship together. Trump is signaling his desire to work on the positive side of the ledger, with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
(LD: This article was written some time ago. Trump’s attitude to Russia is no longer as friendly as it once appeared to be.)
In part due to his family’s historical role of “working” in China (in fact, selling illegal drugs), FDR had a fancy for this country. In his own way, he strived to make China a part of the postwar Western world order, but with all the historical colonialist, imperialist baggage in tow, he was doomed to fail. This is why a guy by the name of Mao Zedong came along with a better idea for his people. Trump has been all over the place with China, saying he wants to “cut a deal” with President Xi Jinping, while raising tariffs 45% across the board, but mixing in Taiwan and threatening to upturn the “One China Policy”, which if pushed to the extreme, could cause World War III. Here’s to hoping that Trump takes a fancy to the People’s Republic, like Roosevelt, but without all the “Great Game” imperial megalomania and cupidity.
(LD: Again, Trump’s attitude to China appears to have changed, as it continually appears to change in regard to North Korea.)
These amazing corollaries between Presidents Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Donald Trump will surely grow, as Trump’s presidency takes root. It’s going to be an interesting next four to eight years, indeed. And dare I say, like my grandparents did during the 1930s, that it’s a time for hope?
(LD: Harold Smith is unlikely to agree with this sanguine assessment. Nor do I. To call this period “a time of hope” borders on the absurd. However, many of the parallels hold good. One parallel remains unchangeable: both president’s unshakeable devotion to Israel and to Jewish interests. Their common motto appears to be: ISRAEL FIRST, AMERICA SECOND. )