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Donald Trump’s devotion to the rogue Jewish supremacist parasite-state of Israel is no secret, and in fact furnishes the faux-populist candidate with one of his favorite boasts. In 2014, Trump was moved to donate more than $100,000 to United Hatzalah, which provides lifesaving medical care to Zionist occupiers wounded in the course of harassing the Arab natives. The Algemeiner reports:
The gift, which will go towards the purchase of four ambucycles, costing $26,000 each, was inspired by his friend, billionaire Stewart Rahr.
Last month, Rahr arranged the donation of 50 ambucycles for the group through his own contribution and that of his friends.
Who is Stewart Rahr? An insane Jew, promoter of “Holocaust” remembrance, and enthusiastic backer of the Israeli Defense Forces, the man who calls himself “Stewie Rah Rah” is a pharmaceuticals manufacturer whose company Kinray Inc. cashed in on the spike in sales of the antibiotic Cipro in the wake of the anthrax attacks in October 2001.
The Zionist mogul’s business card is a fake billion-dollar bill showing Rahr palling around with Bill Clinton and Donald Trump over the motto “In Stewart We Trust” – his own name substituted for God’s. “Trump and I like to hang around with Stewart Rahr,” the former president whose Clinton Foundation has been the recipient of Rahr’s largesse once told an audience.
Like Clinton, Rahr has a weakness for women, but unlike Clinton advertises this fact. The New York Post’s Page Six revealed the following in 2013:
There’s a new sleaze director in town — blowhard billionaire Stewart Rahr has gone a step too far by sending a sex tape he filmed to many of his powerful New York contacts.
The hard-partying self-titled “King of All Fun” — perhaps too enthusiastically celebrating his $250 million divorce from his wife, Carol, after 43 years — pinged out a porn video of himself frolicking with three young women in the back of a limousine during the early hours of Monday, Page Six can exclusively reveal.
In the clip we’ve seen, the orange-faced pharmaceutical mogul can be heard murmuring appreciatively and urging the three brunettes to perform sex acts on each other. The short-skirt-wearing women comply with gusto, making out before moving onto more explicit acts, which Rahr, 67, closely films. The song “I Don’t Care, I Love It” can be heard in the background. He then sent out the sex tape to scores of outraged New Yorkers with the message, “What a trip, what a crew!”
One disgusted person who received the clip, thought to have been shot in the South of France, said, “This is something nobody asked to see, but I know Stewart sent it to many people unsolicited. It puts Kim Kardashian’s video to shame.”
Rahr, who sold his pharmaceutical company Kinray for $1.3 billion in 2010, has built friendships with power brokers including Bill Clinton, Michael Milken, Alicia Keys, Leonardo DiCaprio, Mark Wahlberg, Lionel Richie and Andrea Bocelli through his philanthropic work.
Another episode illustrative of Stewie Rah Rah’s instability is a 2012 incident that resulted in Rahr being banned from every worldwide location of restaurant chain Nobu. The New York Post makes light of the Zionist billionaire’s disturbing behavior:
Don’t you — and every celebrity in New York — know who I am?!
Blowhard billionaire Stewart Rahr has been banned from Nobu for life after allegedly trying to snag his favorite table by paying off diners and cursing out a manager, The Post has learned.
“He called me the C-word and said he would kill me,” the manager, Sharon Hofstetter, said of the table tirade last week at Midtown’s Nobu Fifty Seven.
The Brooklyn-born mogul then fired off a fuming e-mail to Nobu boss Drew Nieporent — and CC’d a host of A-listers, demanding Hofstetter be fired or suspended.
Rahr, 66, ripped Hofstetter, 34, as “pompous,” “miserable” and guilty of “despicable behavior” in the note, which was copied to Leonard DiCaprio, Alicia Keys, Mark Wahlberg and other stars he claims are his pals.
The restaurant notified Rahr on Wednesday that he was no longer welcome at Nobu Fifty Seven, nor at any of the other Nobu restaurants, which are co-owned by Nieporent, chef Nobu Matsuhisa and Robert De Niro.
There are 25 Nobu locations across the globe, including three in the city.
Hofstetter said she was not even in attendance on Oct. 24, when Rahr arrived at the West 57th Street hot spot for his wife Carol’s surprise birthday party.
Staffers said he got there late, then marched up to a table and demanded the people sitting there leave because it was “his.”
“They said no,” a bartender recalled, “so he offered to pay their bill” — which could have topped $1,000.
Said Hofstetter, “Nobody has a table here other than Nobu and Robert De Niro.”
The next day, Rahr called and left a message for her.
“I didn’t call him back right away, and that’s what I did,” she said.
So he came to the eatery and confronted Hofstetter in person, leading to an expletive-laced tirade that shocked onlookers.
“I’ve never had that happen,” Hofstetter said.
Still not satisfied, Rahr sent an all-caps, typo-strewn e-mail to Nieporent on Oct. 31.
He whined that the chef, who had been in Europe tending to a dying friend, did not call him back within 48 hours.
The man who calls himself “Stewie Rah Rah” sent copies to scores of his closest friends, including Donald Trump and Police Commissioner Ray Kelly.
They were treated to a reminder of just how rich Rahr — who sold his pharmaceutical-distribution company, Kinray, for $1.3 billion in 2010 — really is.
“I EMPLOYED almost 2,000 employees,” generating revenue of $5 billion, he wrote. “Thats ‘B’ AS IN BOY NOT AN ‘M’ AS IN MAN.”
Rahr told The Post the flap started when Hofstetter agreed to come to his office to help plan the party, then didn’t show.
“I told her, ‘I can’t stand you. You’re despicable.’ Did I curse at her or threaten to kill her? Not true — please. I would never say that.”
And he said he didn’t pay off anyone to get a table.
“What happened was I had arranged for Stevie Wonder to sing ‘Happy Birthday.’ So at the end of the night, there were people at three or four tables who were not there for the party and I said, ‘I want you guys to attend.’ I picked up their tabs. Everybody thanked me. It was a once-in-a-lifetime thing.”
He’s not well-liked by the staff at Nobu, a Michelin two-star favorite where the omakase tasting menu can set you back $150 per person.
They said Rahr, who favors purple T-shirts and yellow Ray-Ban sunglasses, has often created problems and ordered them around.
“He spends a lot of money and it’s kind of like he thinks he owns this place,” said a waiter.
Rahr, who also refers to himself as the “No. 1 King of All Fun,” has run into trouble in the past.
In 2005, he was kicked out of a fund-raiser for Haiti in the Hamptons after forcing his way into photos with Angelina Jolie and Meryl Streep.
“We thought he was a stalker,” one witness told The Post.
He also feuded with Pierce Brosnan, George Lopez and Tiger Woods, whom he called a “phony” and a “prick.”
Known to flaunt his charitable contributions — he’s the biggest donor to the Make-A-Wish Foundation — Rahr survived a skin-cancer scare and now maintains his bright orange complexion with self-tanning creams.
“I don’t mind being a buffoon,” he once said.
In 2011, Rahr, along with “Trump’s Karl Rove” Michael Cohen and New York attorneys Bradley Gerstman and David Schwartz, created the website ShouldTrumpRun.com to gauge the public’s interest in a potential Trump candidacy. This is intriguing company in view of the fact that Gerstman and Schwartz are also known associates of Bill and Hillary Clinton as well as Chuck Schumer and David Axelrod. Cohen, quoted in an ABC News piece about the project, said, “We need somebody right now […] to bring America back to a sense of power”.
What is one to make of Trump’s affiliation with all of these vampiric figures? This writer does not pretend to know, but does invite Aryan Skynet readers to furnish each other with their own interpretations or theories – even, perhaps, their “conspiracy theories”.