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Sunday, May 21, 2017

This is What "Better Than Hillary" Looks Like


President Trump's speech today in Saudi Arabia signaled a major intensification of a Saudi-Israeli alliance against Syria and Iran:
Now, there is even more blessed news I am pleased to share with you. My meetings with King Salman, the Crown Prince, and the Deputy Crown Prince, have been filled with great warmth, good will, and tremendous cooperation. Yesterday, we signed historic agreements with the Kingdom that will invest almost $400 billion in our two countries and create many thousands of jobs in America and Saudi Arabia.
This landmark agreement includes the announcement of a $110 billion Saudi-funded defense purchase—and we will be sure to help our Saudi friends to get a good deal from our great American defense companies. This agreement will help the Saudi military to take a greater role in security operations....
From Lebanon to Iraq to Yemen, Iran funds, arms, and trains terrorists, militias, and other extremist groups that spread destruction and chaos across the region. For decades, Iran has fueled the fires of sectarian conflict and terror.

It is a government that speaks openly of mass murder, vowing the destruction of Israel, death to America, and ruin for many leaders and nations in this room.

Among Iran’s most tragic and destabilizing interventions have been in Syria. Bolstered by Iran, Assad has committed unspeakable crimes, and the United States has taken firm action in response to the use of banned chemical weapons by the Assad Regime—launching 59 tomahawk missiles at the Syrian air base from where that murderous attack originated.

Responsible nations must work together to end the humanitarian crisis in Syria, eradicate ISIS, and restore stability to the region. The Iranian regime’s longest-suffering victims are its own people. Iran has a rich history and culture, but the people of Iran have endured hardship and despair under their leaders’ reckless pursuit of conflict and terror.

Until the Iranian regime is willing to be a partner for peace, all nations of conscience must work together to isolate Iran, deny it funding for terrorism, and pray for the day when the Iranian people have the just and righteous government they deserve.
Why is this hornet's nest in the Middle East any concern to the United States? They are all vicious and the US should not align with any of them--only trade.

Roger Stone 's response:

And Politico writes:
 “While I certainly still support the President, I fear he has become captive of the neocons he has surrounded himself with,” Stone said in an email. “Dina Habib Powell? Why? Did she even vote for Trump? If the people had wanted a continuation of the George W. Bush administration they would have voted for Jeb.”
 -RW 

5 comments:

  1. Perhaps one good thing to come from electing Trump is that libertarians can finally understand that in nation that wants war with Russia over Ukraine (which only 16% of the population can find on a map), most of the electorate will be emotionally committed to one of several ghastly sociopathic politicians and will be immune to any presentation of alternative facts or logic.

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  2. Wow this deal makes Obama/Holder's Fast and Furious look like a lemonade stand.

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  3. "demanding they pay for the attack on America on 9/11 which"

    That is backwards thinking. The US government could save billions and billions of dollars by withdrawing US soldiers from overseas and defending America instead of defending Germany and Japan.

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  4. None of this should shock anyone, Donald signaled months ago that he would attack Iran on behalf of Israel. God knows how much radiation will be released when we attack the Busherh nuclear power plant, and Iran's nuclear processing plants? This attack will be a worldwide catastrophe that will lead to a boot being placed on the necks of anyone who loves freedom, and hesitates to worship authoritarian rule by our jackbooted masters. Lovely, this is a psychotic replay of your with us, or your with the terrorist in Tehran.

    Thanks for keeping us informed Robert.

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  5. I always find it interesting that people look at what the Saudis did during 9/11 as the act of an enemy.

    But if you are an element within the US government that wanted the attack to happen, it could be difficult to find like minded individuals you could trust within your own intelligence and military ranks to attack their own citizens. But an outsider, like the Saudis, probably wouldn't give it a second thought.

    Maybe, it was really an act of friendship, in the twisted way that only governments and their entangling alliances would embrace.

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