Wednesday, 16 November 2016

I’m writing to plead, beg and beseech of you to speak out against the hatred the President-elect’s campaign has unleashed. More importantly, if you have his ear you need to request he do the same. He can start by returning Steve Bannon back to the shadows of Breitbart and the alt-right. A man open about his fetid prejudices has no place in the West Wing. 
... I beg of you to be on the right side of history. You are in the unprecedented and unique position to stand up in this instance, and any other in the future that merits concern. It is high time that our President-elect do the same. This can start with the step of ensuring Steve Bannon does not have a position in the White House.

It looks like the neo-cons are oozing their way back in too. John Bolton, although not Jewish, was in tight with the neo-cons and is reportedly being considered for Secretary of State. This would be a big mistake as, even apart from his neo-con connections, he is abrasive and unpleasant and one of the least diplomatic people I've ever seen. Woolsey, a second-tier neo-con, is being described as a "Trump adviser".
Despite his professed opposition to the 2003 U.S. invasion of Iraq, President-elect Donald Trump is considering several of the major advocates of that war for top national security posts in his administration, according to Republican officials. Among those who could find places on Trump's team are former top State Department official John Bolton and ex-CIA Director James Woolsey. Both men championed the Iraq invasion, which many analysts have called one of the major U.S. foreign policy debacles of modern times. 
Also involved in transition planning for Trump's presidency is Frederick Fleitz, a top aide to Bolton who earlier worked at the CIA unit that validated much of the flawed intelligence on Iraq's weapons of mass destruction programs. 
... Fleitz, in a brief phone conversation, confirmed he was involved in Trump's transition effort, but declined further comment. A return to power for the three officials would represent a change of fortune for them and other "neoconservatives" who provided the intellectual backing for the invasion of Iraq. During the presidential campaign, some leading neoconservatives and Republican foreign policy veterans opposed Trump, saying he was unfit to lead.

Neo-con Eliot Cohen has apparently been in contact with someone inside the Trump team.
“After exchange w Trump transition team, changed my recommendation: stay away. They’re angry, arrogant, screaming “you LOST!” Will be ugly,’’ tweeted Cohen, who served from 2007 to 2009 as counselor to then-Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. 
He was a driving force behind an open letter last spring — eventually signed by 122 Republican national security leaders — who opposed Trump’s candidacy. Cohen, who last week had urged career officials to serve in Trump’s administration, said in an interview that a longtime friend and senior transition team official had asked him to submit names of possible national security appointees. After he suggested several people, Cohen said, his friend emailed him back in terms he described as “very weird, very disturbing.” 
“It was accusations that ‘you guys are trying to insinuate yourselves into the administration…all of YOU LOST.’…it became clear to me that they view jobs as lollipops, things you give out to good boys and girls,” said Cohen, who would not identify his friend. 
Cohen also said the transition official was “completely dismissive” of concerns raised about Trump’s appointment of Bannon, who Trump’s advisors have strongly defended. His friend’s email conveyed the feeling that ‘we’re so glad to see the bicoastal elites get theirs,’” added Cohen, who described the response as “unhinged.’’

Why is Trump or anyone in his team even talking to these people? If you have 4000 positions to fill, it would be better to walk out in the street and pick people at random than let the neo-cons back in. If they do get back in, they will find ways to subtly undermine Trump and his administration. There really is no point in trying to make distinctions between them. The neo-cons are all connected. If you let one in, you have let them all in and given the whole cabal a vector of influence into the administration.


  1. Just a month ago in West Palm Beach, Trump said:

    ‘For those who control the levers of power in Washington, and for the global special interests, they partner with these people that don’t have your good in mind. Our campaign represents a true existential threat like they haven’t seen before. The political establishment that is trying to stop us is the same group responsible for our disastrous trade deals, massive illegal immigration and economic and foreign policies that have bled our country dry.’

    I hope he meant it but doubts are beginning to creep in.

  2. And Alexander Soros is already urging Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump to disavow Donald Trump.

    Jews have have this tactic of marrying important non-jewish people and then using that to infiltrate the highest echelons of power. They also often convert their high ranking spouses, and try to get the children to be jewish as well.

    Muslims also use the tactic of converting spouses to Islam, and force the children of mixed marriages to become muslims, in order to increase their numbers. If you want to marry a muslim woman for example, you need to convert to Islam.

    With jews this is more strategic - its not about numbers, but about getting high quality, strategic individuals onboard. I remeber one smart european commentator on Zerohedge who said that "Jews are marrying for IQ".

  3. S o-r-o s paga a gente profesional como activistas, otras personas engañadas los siguen sin cobrar.

    Meses antes de las elecciones en EUA 2016, las cifras oscilaban entre 16 $ a los mercenarios, luego al vencer Trump, las cifras se doblaron 35 $ por hora.

    Miles de gentes contratadas ( casi siempre con un perfil de delincuentes o criminales, elementos subversivos o con antecedentes penales varios ) viajaban en autobuses para crear los disturbios en numerosas zonas de EUA.

  4. Trump is surrounded by Jews...

  5. Ben Garrison draws Trump as Adam being tempted by assorted serpents to bite the apple of compromise.

  6. Interview with Vice Chair of Trump’s Israel Advisory Committee

    I present Dr. Rich Roberts as an intervention for all your Trumpaholics. Hopefully this can help cure some of our ill brethren.


  8. (...)"Picture this. You’re assumed to be an evil “white supremacist” who once worked for Goldman Sachs and then an entity (Breitbart) owned and run by Jews.

    Question: Is it possible for such a “white supremacist” to make big bucks from the Judeocentric Rob Reiner “Seinfeld” series?

    Answer: In the case of Steve Bannon, the answer depends on whether he is, in reality (A) a cosmopolitan cultural relativist rather than (B) a “white supremacist.”

    I’d go with option A. In that case, the people touting him as “option B” for whatever reason (e.g., to deceive voters as to who is in charge) might like to go with a spin on the story such as this: Jason Alexander Hates That Steve Bannon Made a Fortune Off ‘Seinfeld’"(...)