Sunday, October 23, 2016


In his contract with the American voter issued yesterday, Trump proposed a number of actions that he will take on his first day and then during the first 100 days as POTUS.

His priority is not to sort out Wall Street with their megagerzillions in derivatives that could trash the global economy in a split second. Nope. He sees millions of immigrants as a much bigger threat than Wall Street, so on his first day Trump will start deporting them, not the crooked bankers and the crooked ratings agencies.

But Trump didn't mention Syria or Iran either.

So as yet another quick reminder as to what drives Trump, here is an excerpt from Trump's yuugely embarrassing speech at AIPAC earlier this year in which Trump said:
My number-one priority is to dismantle the disastrous deal with Iran.

...When I’m president, I will adopt a strategy that focuses on three things when it comes to Iran. First, we will stand up to Iran’s aggressive push to destabilize and dominate the region.

Iran is a very big problem and will continue to be. But if I’m not elected president, I know how to deal with trouble. And believe me, that’s why I’m going to be elected president, folks.

...Iran is a problem in Iraq, a problem in Syria, a problem in Lebanon, a problem in Yemen and will be a very, very major problem for Saudi Arabia. Literally every day, Iran provides more and better weapons to support their puppet states. Hezbollah, Lebanon received — and I’ll tell you what, it has received sophisticated anti-ship weapons, anti-aircraft weapons and GPS systems and rockets like very few people anywhere in the world and certainly very few countries have. Now they’re in Syria trying to establish another front against Israel from the Syrian side of the Golan Heights.

Meanwhile, in the real world, Seymour Hersh stated in March 2007 that the USA, Israel and Saudi Arabia had agreed to unleash the nastiest Sunni terrorists onto Syria, Lebanon and Iran, and in 2009 former French foreign minister Roland Dumas was asked by British Intelligence to organise pipelines to smuggle those same terrorists into Syria (which he refused to do, and Dumas has also stated that he believes the wars since 9/11 are for Trump's Israel).

Now, why hasn't Alex Jones convinced Trump of this by now?

Trump is seriously and dangerously deluded and ill-informed. Trump is a mega Zionist. Nobody loves Israel more than Trump, according to him. And he wants to massively increase the power of the US military, whose current budget of $600 BILLION is 4 times that of its nearest rival, China, at $150 BILLION.

Just a quick reminder.

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