Sunday, 1 May 2016


Donald Trump's foreign policy speech, on 27 April 2016, makes it clear that his main aims are:

1. To give total support to Israel.

2. To give total support to the military industrial complex.

3. To continue to pretend that the USA and Israel do not support al Qaeda and ISIS.

4. To put American boots on the ground when necessary.

Trump's foreign policy speech.


Trump says:

"Israel, our great friend and the one true Democracy in the Middle East, has been snubbed and criticized by an Administration that lacks moral clarity.

"Just a few days ago, Vice President Biden again criticized Israel - a force for justice and peace - for acting as an impediment to peace in the region.

"President Obama has not been a friend to Israel. He has treated Iran with tender love and care and made it a great power in the Middle East – all at the expense of Israel, our other allies in the region and, critically, the United States."


Trump says:

"We have to rebuild our military...

"Our nuclear weapons arsenal - our ultimate deterrent - has been allowed to atrophy and is desperately in need of modernization and renewal.

"We will spend what we need to rebuild our military. 

"It is the cheapest investment we can make. 

"We will develop, build and purchase the best equipment known to mankind. 

"Our military dominance must be unquestioned."


Trump says:

"A pause for reassessment will help us to prevent the next San Bernardino or worse - all you have to do is look at the World Trade Center and September 11th.

"And then there's ISIS... Their days are numbered...

"We even had an opportunity to take out Osama Bin Laden, and didn’t do it. 

"And then, we got hit at the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, the worst attack on our country in its history."


Trump says:

"Containing the spread of radical Islam must be a major foreign policy goal of the United States.

"Events may require the use of military force." 

Trump was asked - if Israel acts unilaterally against Iran in face of the Iran nuclear deal, will he unequivocally stand by that action?

"Of course, I will," Trump responded. "Netanyahu’s a friend of mine. I did commercials for his reelection… he’s a good man, and I would absolutely stand with him."

Trump Will Support Israeli Strike.

In a 2002 interview with Howard Stern, Donald Trump said he supported an Iraq invasion.

In the interview, which took place on Sept. 11, 2002, Stern asked Trump directly if he was for invading Iraq.

'Yeah,' Trump responded. 'I wish the first time it was done correctly.'

Trump lies about opposing the Iraq war.

Donald Trump named his "go-to" experts for national security matters as:

1. John Bolton

2. Col. Jack Jacobs.

Donald Trump's Relationship With an Iraq War Hawk.

The policy is neocon, whether it's Trump or Clinton.

Trump says of Bolton: "He's a tough cookie, knows what he's talking about."

Bolton is a neoconservative hawk.

He was part of the Bush-Cheney group that said that Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction and that war was the only option.

Bolton called for the United States and/or Israel to bomb Iran's nuclear infrastructure.

Donald Trump - War Hawk

Bolton is an adviser to The Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs (JINSA).

Col. Jack Jacobs is an 'Israel-First' Jew.

Michael Glassner (above) arranged the deal that gave the lease of the World Trade Center to the Larry Silverstein Group.[7]

Michael Glassner, formerly of AIPAC, is now Donald Trump's top political planner.

Fifty days before 9/11, Larry Silverstein's Silverstein Properties and Frank Lowy's Westfield America secured a 99-year lease on World Trade Center Buildings One, Two, Four and Five. Silverstein already owned Building Seven.

Silverstein and Westfield America insured the WTC complex for $3.55 billion, but after the attacks of September 11 lodged a claim for $7.1 billion on the premise that each plane collision constituted a separate act of terrorism, doubling the payout.

About $5.4 billion went into the pockets of Lowy and Silverstein.

Trump wants more money to go to the Military Industrial Complex.

He pretends that ISIS does not work for the Pentagon.

Trump told a Phoenix audience that "I'm the most militaristic person in this room."

Michael Glasner.

Trump's national political director is Michael Glassnerformerly of AIPAC (The American Israel Public Affairs Committee)

"How does one go from serving AIPAC ... to running Donald Trump's national political operation today?"

From AIPAC to Trump: Michael Glassner's journey

Remember 9/11, 2001?

From 1998 to 2001, Michael Glassner was chief of staff to Lewis Eisenberg, chair of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.

Glassner was involved in the deal that gave the lease of the World Trade Center to the Silverstein Group.[7] 

In 2000, Glassner advised George W. Bush's presidential campaign.

In 2014, Glassner was working for the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC)

In February 2016, Glassner said, "My interest in pro-Israel politics had grown exponentially. Particularly since 9-11, which represented a real credible threat to all Americans and in particular as a Jew, I felt very strongly about the threat of radical Islam and so I became more and more involved with AIPAC."[12] 

Trump says of Glassner: "Michael is responsible for developing and implementing a national political plan and will oversee strategic planning operations nationwide."[14]


Donald Trump had an enthusiastic reception at the AIPAC conference in Washington on 21 March 2016.

Trump took a strong pro-Israel stance, attacking the Palestinians and Iran.

Trump Wins Over AIPAC Audience With Strong pro-Israel Stance - Haaretz

Trump promised to move the American embassy to Jerusalem, 'the eternal capital of the Jewish people.' 

Trump said the Palestinians must accept the closeness of the U.S.-Israel relationship.

Trump said 'The Palestinians must come to the table willing to accept that Israel is a Jewish state and it will exist forever as a Jewish state.'

In his speech to AIPAC, Trump placed the blame for the stalled peace talks on the Palestinians.

Trump also accused the Palestinians of incitement to terrorism.

Trump said that as president the U.S. he would veto any UN Security Council resolution forcing a deal between Israel and the Palestinians.

Trump said: "My number one priority is to dismantle the disastrous deal with Iran." 

Jeff Sessions has been accused of being friends with the KKK and some have suspected him of being gay. Jeff Sessions's chequered past

Trump's foreign policy team is led by Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions.

In 2005, Sessions spoke at a rally in Washington, D.C. in favour of the War in Iraq.

Sessions voted YES on enlarging NATO to include Eastern Europe.

Sessions has frequently voted in favour of Free Trade.

Trump's foreign policy team includes retired General J. Keith Kellogg, Walid Phares, George Papadopoulos, Carter Page, and Joseph E. Schmitz.

Walid Phares has ties to the brutal Lebanese Militia.

Papadopoulos previously worked at the Hudson Institute, a conservative think-tank in Washington that is often critical of Russia and its leadership.

Page was a fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations.

Trump claims that he is not an interventionist.

Donald Trump Says He'd 'Take Out' Terrorists' Families

Trump: I would 'bomb the hell' out of Iraqi oil fields

Jeff Sessions is the junior United States Senator from Alabama.

First elected in 1996, Sessions is a member of the Republican Party.

In 2008, a spokesperson for Alabama Governor Bob Riley denied that Attorney General Troy King was preparing to resign in the wake of certain rumours.

According to multiple sources in Montgomery and elsewhere, King was caught by his wife in a gay affair with a male aide.

Lawrence 'Larry' King was the leader of the Black Republican Council and in the 1980's, was one of the fastest rising stars in the Republican party.


Former Disney child star Aaron Carter has endorsed Trump'Gay' Aaron Carter "Found His Candy" In Chris Crocker.


The reportedly gay Aaron Carter Endorses Donald Trump for President.

Michael Jackson and Donald Trump

Macaulay Culkin and Donald Trump








  6. I KNEW he was just a distraction for all the angry Americans to focus on. It's all one BIG BULLSHIT SHOW! He's an insider like all the rest....I wonder what he is going to get for being such a good little distraction butt monkey for the bankers??????