Once Aryan Skynet Goes Live It Doesn't Matter Who Pulled The Switch
“I told Putin that we will continue to look out for our interests against any sign of aggressions and I think he [Putin] understands and accepts that,” Netanyahu said. “The feeling was one of a desire to prevent escalations, but also of respect towards Israel’s security needs. There is ongoing and continuous military coordination between us. We do not accept or owe Russia limitations on our freedom to act.” — Benjamin Netanyahu, November 30, 2015
“[Donald Trump] is a very flamboyant man, very talented, no doubt about that. … He is an absolute leader of the presidential race, as we see it today. He says that he wants to move to another level of relations, to a deeper level of relations with Russia. How can we not welcome that? Of course we welcome it.” — Vladimir Putin, December 16th, 2015
“It is always a great honor to be so nicely complimented by a man so highly respected within his own country and beyond. I have always felt that Russia and the United States should be able to work well with each other towards defeating terrorism and restoring world peace, not to mention trade and all of the other benefits derived from mutual respect.” — Donald Trump, December 17, 2015
It was only a matter of time until Russia fought back.
After the Soviet Union fell, Western imperialist policy morphed from “containment” of the Soviet menace to “rollback.” Country by country, NATO expanded, and a crippled Russia could do nothing about it. But when Putin took power in 1999, he began the process of wresting back control of Russia from the Jewish “oligarchs” that had gutted Russia for the previous decade.
The dynamic has tended to be NATO pushing and pushing until Russia hits back, at which time NATO, despite making a lot of noise of about “democracy” or “human rights,” tends to back off for a while, lest the situation escalate too far, too fast. It happened in 2008 in Georgia, when Russian troops invaded South Ossetia. Republicans like John McCain made the appropriate noises against Putin. It happened again in 2014, when Russia annexed Crimea, the Ukranian province that was the defacto headquarters of the Russia Navy.
Russia’s second most important Naval base is in Assad’s Syria, and on September 30, 2015, Russia put its foot down and began airstrikes against “ISIS” to defend the Assad governement. Putin, making sure that the West knew he was serious, started making noises about nuclear escalation.
If the neo-con narrative had ever had any coherence to it, it would be tempting to say this is where it fell apart. Instead, all one can say is it continued to unravel.
One month later, Netanyahu meets with Putin and agrees to “enhance military coordination” after a Russian plane “accidentally” enters Israeli airspace.
Donald Trump says he admires Vladimir Putin, while has called George W. Bush a liar. That is a twisted example of evil trumping good. — Mitt Romney, March 3, 2016
When Netanyahu was reelected Prime Minister of Israel in March of 2015, endorsed by none other than New York reality TV show and future Presidential candidate Donald Trump, diaspora Jews spoke of the “non-existence” of the Israeli left. Likud, now firmly in control of the country, promised more aggression against the Palestinians and no compromise on the settlements. The Israel Lobby had been roundly defeated by the Obama administration over the Iran deal. Obama’s relationship with Netanyahu, never good, was at a low point, and the administration had taken to sternly warning Likud through the anti-Likud faction of the Israel lobby.
In a speech to J Street, an Israeli advocacy group that is sharply critical of Netanyahu, White House chief of staff Denis McDonough warned Israel against annexing the West Bank, where Palestinians hope to establish their state. He said Netanyahu’s prediction that a Palestinian state wouldn’t come about on his watch was “so very troubling” and called into question Netanyahu’s broader commitment to the two-state solution the United States and Israel have officially supported for years.
“We cannot simply pretend that these comments were never made,” McDonough said.
American Jews have been increasingly coming under pressure due to their double standard vis-a-vis Israel. For America, Jews near-unanimously, on the left and the right, support open borders, mass immigration, and a “multi-cultural” society. For Israel, Jews support the exact opposite: a Jewish state and a Jew-only immigration policy. Criticism of Israel from the left has become common-place, instigating panic in the liberal Jewish establishment, and an increasingly bold internet culture of populism and open skepticism of Jewish double-standards was menacing from the right.
For the entire Obama administration, Donald Trump and his famous Twitter account were the center of the so-called “birther movement,” acting as a proxy for the Israeli Jew Orly Taitz. When Obama was first elected and the populist Tea Party movement sprang up, the Republican establishment saw their chance, and began funding various Tea Party groups, with one caveat. “No birthers, no truthers.” At first the Tea Party was not particularly controlled by the GOP establishment, and had plenty of “fringe” elements that had to be purged before GOP politicians could stump for votes and money at these public events.
But, to the embarrassment of the GOP establishment, celebrity Donald Trump kept fanning the flames. Red-faced Republican politicians, faced with audience members asking about Obama’s supposed foreign birth, were unable to keep the issue out of the spotlight. The purpose of the “birther” issue was, of course, to paint Obama as a Muslim, thereby, tying his hands at any foreign policy that might seem to show concessions to the Muslim world, and of course, particularly, the Palestinians. It got so bad that Jews were openly calling for Obama’s assassination due to his perceived “anti-Israel” sentiments.
The neo-cons of the Bush administration had tried for years to pressure the US into attacking Iran, but the cooler heads of the GOP, and the military establishment, had put their foot down. Obama’s greatest foreign policy achievement, and the only one that actually appealed to his base, was the P5+1 nuclear deal with Iran, the passage of which was a stunning defeat for the Israel lobby. Though broadly popular among Democrats and many Republicans, the GOP faction with the closest ties to the Israel lobby were fanatically opposed. The “birth certificate thing,” no longer taken seriously by anyone, was replaced in Donald Trump’s Twitter account by talking points, lifted directly from the most pro-Likud factions of the Israel Lobby, against the Iran deal.
AryanSkynet in general, and this writer particularly, have already detailed Donald Trump’s close personal, business, and political ties to the Likud faction of the Israel lobby, in exacting detail, from mainstream sources, in a comprehensive fashion. Trump has spent the last decade leveraging his celebrity and acting as a public proxy for the most hard-core, Likud wing of the Israel lobby.
Trump has not spent the last decade promoting conservatism, tax cuts, or anything the Republican party promotes.
Trump has not spent the last decade railing against illegal immigration. Trump has not spend the last decade promoting American nationalism. Trump has not spent the last decade promoting anything pro-White.
However, when he announced his run for President, every single campaign issue he has promoted has been poll-tested, tailor-made appeals directly to the base of the GOP, specifically areas that the base have been “under-served” by the establishment.
He told the base everything they wanted to hear – and everything that the GOP establishment wouldn’t.
Sheldon [Adelson] and I have been friends for a long time. He is an amazing man. I am the only one who doesn’t need his money. But I would love his support. Sheldon knows that nobody will be more loyal to Israel than Donald Trump.”
— Donald Trump, December 19, 2015
The difference between Marco Rubio and Donald Trump is that Rubio spent his time in the establishment of the Republican party. He goes to all of the Conservative Inc. conferences. So while everyone in the GOP establishment knows that Rubio is being handled by Norman Braman, and everyone knows that he’ll take marching orders from AIPAC, he’s also going to play ball with the Koch brothers. He’s going to mouth whatever platitudes Conservative Inc. writes for him. He’s going to oppose the Democrats on certain issues. He’s done his time. As Gingrich might say, he’s gone through the “initiations” of the “secret society” that is the Republican party establishment.
In the case of Trump, Likud has simply made an end-run around the GOP establishment. His business associates are Jews in the New York and Hollywood media, not White executive in Bentonville and Wichita.
Trump isn’t going to bother going to CPAC. Trump may even appoint other GOP outsiders to various positions of influence. Maybe even some Democrats.
And if Netanyahu makes a deal with Putin, Trump is going to thumb his nose at the GOP establishment and make a deal with Putin as well.
The GOP establishment can’t say anything about it. Their lies about ISIS, Syria, and Russia – and their reliance on the Israel lobby – means they cannot now explain the truth about what Trump is doing. They cannot breathe a word about Trump’s ties to Likud, and they can’t say anything even slightly negative about Netanyahu, the foreign head of state they have sided with, time and time again, against the President of their own country, Barack Obama.
Traditionally, the Republican party establishment cooperates with the Israel lobby, sometimes slavishly so. But, in return, the Israel lobby has to concede on issues that are important to those White CEOs in Bentonville and Wichita. The Israel lobby can be – and has been – checked by the military establishment. Issues important to the Israel lobby sometimes get put on the back burner if the GOP establishment has more pressing concerns.
A President Trump will owe nothing to the GOP establishment whatsoever, in fact, will have a power base completely independent of them.
The foreign policy interests of the GOP establishment are being cut away, leaving only the agenda of Likud.
Now, if Trump is a sincere person, means what he says, and happens to agree with pro-Whites on 99% of the issues, that could be great.
But how likely is it that a shady businessman, a front for other people’s money, a reality TV actor, and a professional wrestling character is being completely sincere when he tells us everything we want to hear?
Especially since he only started saying those things when he started running for President?
One thing we can be sure of with Trump, is that he has put in the time for Israel. Trump has gone out there and used his celebrity and his status doing what Likud wanted.
Trump has never done that for America, and certainly not for White America.
There’s no secrets here, everything I am saying is beyond dispute, and on the public record. It’s not like Donald Trump is an unknown person, it’s not as if he hasn’t lived his entire life in the media.
There are a few more issues where Donald Trump is speaking directly from Likud talking points as well.
“Don’t tell me it doesn’t work – torture works,” Trump told the Sun City retirement community. “Okay, folks? Torture – you know, half these guys [say]: “Torture doesn’t work.” Believe me, it works. Okay?” — Donald Trump
Former CIA director Michael Hayden believes there is a legitimate possibility that the U.S. military would refuse to follow orders given by Donald Trump if the Republican front-runner becomes president and decides to make good on certain campaign pledges.
During his appearance on “Real Time,” Hayden cited Trump’s pledge to kill family members as being among his most troubling campaign statements.
“That never even occurred to you, right?” Maher asked.
“God, no!” Hayden replied. “Let me give you a punchline: If he were to order that once in government, the American armed forces would refuse to act.”
“That’s quite a statement, sir,” Maher said.
“You are required not to follow an unlawful order,” Hayden added. “That would be in violation of all the international laws of armed conflict.”
“You’ve given us a great reason not to support Trump. There would be a coup in this country,” Maher joked.
Hayden said he didn’t mean to imply that the military would provoke “a coup.”
In fact, let’s talk about that wall …
To Be Continued