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Sorry “Truth Movement”, Trump is not an agent of Jewish Power.

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By Staś

The DNC and Hollywood continues to attack Trump with even much more intensity then they did during the era of Watergate and Nixon.

Notice how this has some of the same feel to it. The elite left-wing are dreaming about the ‘good old days’ and they are releasing a film glorifying The Washington Post the organ of propaganda  that took Nixon down. The Washington Post is not just some ‘newspaper’. It is the CIA itself and an extension of the Deep State.

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If you’re looking for James Bond or your cousin the Navy Seal forget it. The power of the press can crush anyone.

Anyone.

The news is the Deep State and it is out to crush Trump.

Due to the development of sophisticated technology they can get on cable news networks and social media and attack the president 24/7.

He can tweet right back at them that it’s all “Fake News”.

I am not saying that Trump is going to “win” in his battle against the “New World Order”, but then again, who knows?

What is apparent however is that there is a fight going on.  Some in the ‘truth’ movement say ‘Trump is safe’ because he has ‘sold out’ to the Jews.

BS. If he were ‘safe’, the JMSM would cease and desist in its seek and destroy mission against him.

But if you think President Trump has not done anything to fight the ‘Deep State’ and organized Jewish power, then re-read this one I wrote.

Yet again the ‘Truth Movement’ fails on Trump’s Secret War with Israel. Recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel will force a ‘deal’.

To say he is a puppet of the Zionists or that his son in law runs the entire White House is a lie.

Trump needed the help of Jared aka ‘Kush’ and the powerful Mercer family to win the election anyway. Yes, that’s the way politics works.

Who knows it may turn out to be a good thing Trump has split from Bannon. Those of us who read between the lines know  Breitbart News, Drudge, etc are interesting but essentially pro-Israel. Robert Mercer himself remains a mystery. More on him latter. Nevertheless Trump needed these people to win the election period. They know Data. They knew how to use sophisticated technology to win. the Mercer controlled corp Cambridge Analytica (CA) was the only one that polled Trump to win and he did win. It was all shady but not compared to killing  Seth Rich and perhaps even Victor Thorn and others.

So in some ways a split with Bannon might be good, might be bad, too early to say. Trump likes to fire people anyway.

If the  Russia probe goes near Trump’s finances, ‘he’s sunk,’  so says ‘Fire and Fury’ author Michael Wolf (a disgusting fake news/deep state liar) and who may be right about this, because the Russia probe is not going away and the liberal elites and Jews are not going to stop saying Trump is crazy.

Many women of America don’t care about war with Russia. The only issue that swirls around in their tiny little skulls is that they want Trump dead. Identity politics rules the day.

Whoever is able to support Trump should. This includes American Jews who should do their best to avoid some kind of violence that may erupt if Trump is thrown out of office in this illegal coup.

The stars of the Alt-Right or ‘truth’ movement who have had the guts to speak out against crimes of the State of Israel have folded on Trump. This continues to baffle me.

Trump is not crazy and Russia wanted Trump to win. Is that against the law? Israel and Saudi Arabia wanted Clinton and did everything outside the aw possible to help her and yet there are no ‘probes’ going on in that regard.

Some of us simply don’t seem to understand that at this moment if the enemies of Trump break him the rule of law of the land will be broken. The US will go back to where it was with Obama, along with a truly aggressive posture towards China and Russia. The Donald was and is bluffing on North Korea.

Can you not see the names and faces of the media people and politicians who are after Trump? And no, it is not just a ‘left wing’ or ‘Democrat’ thing. The very same Neo-cons who controlled the Bush WH for 8 years and who are dead set on war with Iran are TO A MAN opposed to Trump ad want him gone. If Trump is–as claimed by various ‘experts’ these days–owned completely by Jewish interests or “illuminati” power then why the drive to declare him insane under article 25?  Saying they are ‘behind’ Trump and controlling his every move is the equivalent of some of the inanity post-9/11 such as ‘hologram planes’ hitting the WTC.

WHY DO THAT TO YOUR AGENT IN PLACE?

They the Jews already worked with Trump in New York and already did not like him. It’s is true they installed him as a front man for Resorts International, and yes, his son in law is a Jew and Ivanka is a liberal. Some of Trump’s friends are Jewish. That is New York City life and business. That does not mean they ‘like’ Trump.  Furthermore they know what he can do. It was Trump who was the real prime mover behind ‘fixing’ Manhattan, not Rudy Giuliani and even Chief of Police Bratton.  No Trump fixed NYC. Did he kick the poor and the drug addicts out of Manhattan island and gentrify it? You bet your life. That was mean but it worked and he did it. Is he flashing some Masonic hand sign?  More than likely. So did Nixion. Look at what they did to Nixon. He is portrayed as a nasty American Hitler.  And by the way, under Nixon the US got out of Nam.

Recall that JFK was put in power by Jewish power. Once in the seat of power it was a different game as he and his brother RFK worked hard to thwart the corruption

My point is in this case the lesser of two evils is a lot better.  We’re not going to get a Ron Paul for president. We’re not going to get a peace activist president.  So instead of saying Trump is under control I recommend full support of Trump and take care when being critical of Trump so it does not add to the power of the forces that are out to remove him

A “good deal” for America of the Jerusalem gambit. Is better than a 100% pro-Israel deal.

We don’t know where Trump truly stands on Iran. I think he prefers to stay out of any real conflict with Iran. It’s bad for business. Oil companies for instance don’t want a fight with Iran.  (However, Trump may have caved to the Deep Ste on Iran.  Bad but this doesn’t matter because  Iran can withstand a Deep State coup). We know the Deep State and Israel want Iran destroyed.  We don’t know if the “agency’ attempted a coup or whether it was Saudi Arabia or merely an internal matter for power consolidation. It is difficult to say if it went well for the Trump team. Afghanistan Trump should pull the troops out.  But can he. The “Deep State” wants the opium poppies protected by the US military. Hence there is not much he can do.

One thing is for certain many Trump supporters are very pro-Israel. That would like to be the only ones aboard the Trump train. Driving the train? You bet.

 

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Fire Bell in the Night for the Ayatollah By Patrick J. Buchanan

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Friday – January 5, 2018

As tens of thousands marched in the streets of Tehran on Wednesday in support of the regime, the head of the Revolutionary Guard Corps assured Iranians the “sedition” had been defeated.

Maj. Gen. Mohammad Ali Jafari is whistling past the graveyard.

The protests that broke out a week ago and spread and became riots are a fire bell in the night for the Islamic Republic.

The protesters denounced President Hassan Rouhani, re-elected last year with 57 percent of the vote, for failing to curb inflation or deliver the benefits he promised when Iran signed the nuclear deal.

Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, commander in chief and head of state, in power three decades, was also denounced, as were Iran’s interventions in wars in Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Gaza and Yemen.

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In 2009, the uprising of millions in Tehran was driven by middle-class rage over an election stolen by the populist President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. This past week’s protests began in the working class, in what might be called Iran’s “fly-over country.”

The protesters were Red State and Tea Party types, demanding their own version of “Come Home, Iran” and “Iran First!”

The charge against Rouhani is that he has failed to deliver the good times promised. Against the ayatollah and the mullahs, the charge is that what they have delivered — power and wealth to the clerics, social repression, foreign wars — are not what the Iranian people want.

The greater long-term threat of the protests is to the Islamic regime.

For if the protests are about people being denied the freedom and material goods the young enjoy in the West, the protesters are demanding what theocracies do not deliver. How could the ayatollah and the mullahs, who restrict freedom by divine law, accept democratic freedoms without imperiling their own theological dictatorship?

How could the Republican Guard surrender its slice of the Iranian economy and end its foreign interventions without imperiling its reason for being — to protect and promote the Iranian Islamic revolution?

Half of Iran’s population is 31 or younger. This new generation was not even born until a decade after the Revolution that overthrew the Shah.

How does a clerical regime speak to a people, 40 million of whom have smartphones connecting them to an outside world where they can see the freedom and prosperity they seek, but their government cannot or will not deliver?

The protesters are also telling Rouhani’s “reformers,” in power now for five years, that they, too, have failed.

Rouhani’s dilemma? To grow Iran’s economy and improve the quality of life, he needs more foreign investment and more consumer goods. Yet any surge in material prosperity Rouhani delivers is certain to undermine the religious faith undergirding the theocratic regime.

And as any transfer of power to the elected regime has to come at the expense of the clerics and the Guard, Rouhani is not likely to get that power.

Thus, he and his government are likely to continue to fail.

Bottom line: The Islamic Republic of Iran was not established to create a materially prosperous and socially free society, because, in the ayatollah’s theology, such societies, like the USA, are of the devil and corruptive of the people.

Social freedom is irreconcilable with Iranian theocracy.

And Iranian hard-liners, clerical and military, are not going to permit protests demanding Western freedom and material goods, to cause them to commit what they believe would be ideological suicide.

Yet the U.S. and President Trump also face a dilemma.

If as Trump says, we wish the Iranian people well, how do we justify scraping the nuclear deal in which Iranians have placed so much hope, and reimposing the sanctions that will restore the hardships of yesterday?

How does America proclaim herself a friend of the Iranian people, if we are trying to persuade Europeans to abrogate the nuclear accord and reimpose the sanctions that impoverish the Iranian people?

Will we urge the Iranians to rise up and overthrow their regime, as we did the Hungarians in 1956, which resulted in their massacre by Soviet tanks sent into Budapest? Ike’s response: He sent Vice President Nixon to greet the surviving Hungarian patriots fleeing across the Andau Bridge into Austria.

After Desert Storm in 1991, George H.W. Bush urged Iraqis to rise up against Saddam Hussein. When the Shiites did rise up, they, too, were massacred, as our Army from Desert Storm stood by in Kuwait.

If there is an Iranian uprising and it results in a Tiananmen Square slaughter in Tehran, do we really want the U.S., which would not likely intervene to save the patriots, held morally accountable?

The Iranian protests suggest that the Islamic Revolution, after 40 years, is failing the rising generation. It is hard to see how this is not ominous news for the Iranian regime.

As it was not on the side of the Soviets, time is not on the side of the ayatollahs either.

We need not go to war with them. Time will take care of them, too.

Russia warns US not to meddle in Iran during protests

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MOSCOW (AP) — A top Russian diplomat is warning the United States not to meddle in Iran’s affairs as the country is rattled by protests and says Washington wants to use the unrest to undermine the Iran nuclear agreement.

Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov made the comments Thursday to state news agency Tass.

“We warn the U.S. against attempts to interfere in the internal affairs of the Islamic Republic of Iran,” he said.

Ryabkov also said Washington “is tempted to use the moment to raise new issues with regard to the JCPOA,” the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action that limits Iran’s nuclear program, including restricting uranium enrichment for 10 years.

Vice President Mike Pence said Wednesday the U.S. wants an agreement lasting longer.