Monday, November 21, 2016

SURPRISE! ISRAEL IS CHUFFED WITH TRUMP PICKS SO FAR

As I've been saying all along. I could see it coming from miles away. Netanyahu interviewed both Trump and Clinton. But I think it was Trump's Ziopornographic speech to AIPAC (that was written by Jared Kushner in consultation with the Israeli Ambassador to the USA) that swung it for Trump.

Remember what Trump said in that speech?

My number-one priority is to dismantle the disastrous deal with Iran.

...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.

The buffoon wants to go to war on Iran because he thinks that Iran, not Israel and Saudi Arabia (who both did 9/11 and unleashed the worst international cutthroat Jihadis onto Libya and Syria), is the troublemaker!

And as predicted here...and for free...Trump's picks are anti-Muslim, pro-Israel and love military conflicts.

Read the whole article.

Israeli officials quoted by the nation’s Army Radio are said to be quite pleased with President-elect Donald Trump’s early foreign policy related picks, Lt. Gen Michael Flynn as National Security Adviser and Rep. Mike Pompeo (R – KS) as CIA Director, seeing both as “supporters of Israeli policy.”

Pompeo appears to be the main focus of these comments, with his outspoken hostility toward Iran, and his repeated calls to immediate end the P5+1 nuclear deal with Iran. Ironically, this has secured him the position of “pro-Israel” despite Netanyahu being opposed to tearing up the P5+1 deal.

Flynn’s position on Israel is less clear, as he hasn’t spoken on them in great detail. Israeli media outlets suggested the government is likely keen on him because of a past Islamophobic Tweet, in which he declared fear of Muslims to be “rational.”

[source : Israel Officials Cheer Trump’s ‘Pro-Israel’ Security Picks, AntiWar, http://news.antiwar.com/2016/11/20/israel-officials-cheer-trumps-pro-israel-security-picks/, 20th November 2016]

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