Tuesday, January 30, 2018


Bomber Trump campaigned on a platform of no more wars. He had warned Obama to stay out of Syria and to get out of Afghanistan. But he's going into Syria and going back into Afghanistan.

And he just got the Pentagon $700 billion for more trained killers to use shiny new weapons to kill, kill, kill.

And he wants lots more shiny new nukes, including mini-nukes, to kill more people more efficiently.

So keep all that in mind when you read the following, because it will explain why Bomber Trump was the winner, why Comey derailed Clinton, why Infowars sold out, and why Russia will kick themselves for aiding Trump in whatever ways or ways they did:

...The Economist envisages a dystopian, violent future, with the American military deploying to intimidate or destroy purported challenges to its dominance everywhere.

In the next 20 years, the Economist predicts that “climate change, population growth and sectarian or ethnic conflict” are likely to ensure that much of the world descends into “intrastate or civil wars.” Such conflicts will increasingly be fought in cities, ringed by “slums” and populated by millions of people, at “close quarters, block by block.” The future for large sections of humanity is the carnage that was witnessed during last year’s murderous battles over the Iraqi city of Mosul and the Syrian city of Aleppo.

But more chilling are the series of scenarios it outlines for a major escalation in tensions between the United States and Russia and China, presented as its strategic adversaries, which at any moment threaten to spiral into nuclear holocaust.

In July of 2016, Mehring Books published David North’s A Quarter Century of War, which noted:

Beginning with the first Persian Gulf conflict of 1990-91, the United States has been at war continuously for a quarter century. While using propaganda catchphrases, such as defense of human rights and War on Terror, to conceal the real aims of its interventions in the Middle East, Central Asia, and Africa, as well as its confrontation with Russia and China, the United States has been engaged in a struggle for global hegemony. As the US seeks to counteract its economic weakness and worsening domestic social tensions, its relentless escalation of military operations threatens to erupt into a full-scale world war, between nuclear-armed states.

Less than two years later, much of this assessment has been echoed by one of the most significant political organs of Anglo-American capitalism. But the conclusions drawn by the Economist, speaking as the unalloyed representative of financial and corporate oligarchs whose wealth is bound up with American imperialist global dominance, is the exact opposite of North’s stated aim of helping build a “new antiwar movement.”

Rather, the Economist urges the United States to develop the “hard power” to defend itself against “determined and able challengers,” presenting the sociopathic argument that peace is best safeguarded by America’s ability to utterly destroy its adversaries.

The premise of the special report is that urgent action must be taken by the United States to stem the decline of its hegemony. It asserts that if the Chinese and Russian ruling class are permitted to realise their ambition of dominant influence in their own regions, then the “plausible” consequence will be a “devastating clash between the world’s great powers”—a world war fought with nuclear weapons.

[source : The Economist: Humanity teeters on the brink of world war, WSWS, http://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2018/01/30/pers-j30.html, 30th January 2018]

In Bomber Trump we have someone who dodged the draft for the Vietnam War, first claiming academic reasons and then 'heel spurs' which miraculously disappeared so that he could enjoy Roy Cohn's cocaine parties in the basement of Studio 54.

In Bomber Trump we have someone who claims that nobody loves and is more loyal to Israel than he is.

In Bomber Trump we have someone who will feign one position on using the might of the US military to get elected to only expose his true imperial ambitions once in office.

In Bomber Trump we have someone who wants to suck up to the British and has fallen for their propaganda regarding Andrew Jackson and the US Civil War.

And in Bomber Trump we have someone who missileers, the officers tasked with firing nukes when ordered, do not see fit to have the nuclear launch codes.


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