Is Netanyahu an insane vampire?
-Dr. Abdul Ruff
True, Netanyahu is a extreme fanatic with his shuffling nature of policy maneuverings and regular terror attacks on the besieged Palestinians whose lands he and other Jews continue to occupy with US backing against all basics of intentional law. Israel justifies all its crimes.
Anyone can call Israeli racist PM Netanyahu a state terrorist or even a state criminal for all crimes has so far perpetrated against Palestine humanity, but calling him openly a devil or an insane umpire could indeed be too much, though every Israeli leader as well those supporting or promoting them qualifies for that description.
How could Netanyahu, a leader who is very close to world leaders like US president Trump and respected and adored by regional leaders like Indian PM Narendra Modi, could be insane the in the first place?
Many third world countries having military trade with Israel, from India to Thailand as well as Pentagon treat it as a super power because of it proximity and military nexus with USA and Europe. .
The Israeli regime never gets tired of evoking implausible scenarios and explanations, presumably because they think that the West consider their prime duty to protect the Zionist regime even if they do not need the Israeli or Jewish services and therefore will never challenge them.
Israel is the top power in Mideast and every other nation should fear and work in tandem with it. Israel’s indirect involvement in the so-called Arab Spring to destabilize Arab world and let USA loot its energy resources for resale to third world and Europe.
A Jewish member of Iran’s parliament Siamak Mareh Sedq has recently killed Benjamin Netanyahu’s entire political ideology in the Middle East and much of the Western world. Netanyahu, Mareh Sedq declares, is an “insane vampire” because he lies about Iran and has manipulated much of the West for years. Let’s hear Mareh Sedq: “Netanyahu is an insane vampire drowned in crimes from head to toe, and the recent remarks made by the racist Israeli prime minister is not surprising to me.” The Jewish Telegraphic Agency reports that “Mareh Sedq also asserted that in contradiction to Netanyahu’s statements against Iran, anti-Semitism and racism have never been witnessed in the Iranian culture.” “To sell bigoted lies against a nation which has saved Jews 3 times, Netanyahu resorting to fake history & falsifying Torah. Of course, force of habit. The Book of Esther tells of how Xerxes I saved Jews from a plot hatched by Haman the Agagite, which is marked on this very day.” But no Jew makes any reference to it.
Entire world has been saying for years that Netanyahu is just a Neocon man who has “in beautiful English” lied about Iran and Palestine for years. The fact is that Israel’s colossal aggression against the Palestinians is well known among Jewish academics and scholars, but the Zionist regime in Israel has convinced the Western world that the true enemy of the world is Iran, while simultaneously planning, by May 2010, to place a permanent submarine station carrying nuclear cruise missiles in the Persian Gulf.
Fearing treacherous reaction, the Western world actually listens to the Zionist regime, and sanctions have been placed on Iran which have hurt the Iranian economy a great deal. What is even more interesting is that anyone who has remotely suggested that Israel does not have the right to push the USA into a war with Iran has been chastised.
With backing from the western powers and conversely NATO, the Israeli regime never gets tired of evoking implausible scenarios and explanations, presumably because they think that the West will never challenge them. The Zionist dirty hands in Syria are very much visible. But according to the Israeli narrative, Hezbollah, Iran and the Assad government are to be held responsible for the airstrikes in Syria.
Russia has asked Israel to provide a reasonable explanation for its military airstrikes in Syria last week. Israel, of course, summoned the old boring and unconvincing, rather false explanation that Syria was trying to transfer weapons to Hezbollah. The Israeli regime produced the same explanation in 2014, when an Israeli airstrike hit the Syrian military forces. But that explanation again has been weighed and found wanting.
If entire world is being controlled by Uncle Sam (now Donald Trump and his Jewish son in law) As Israeli scholar Avner Cohen pointed out in 2009, Hamas “is Israel’s creation.” One can argue that Hezbollah is also Israel’s creation. In other words, whenever Israeli authorities seek to pursue their diabolical ideology in the Middle East, they just put all the blame on Hamas or Hezbollah or even “anti-Semitism.” In response to the recent attack, Netanyahu declared:
Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak said, rightly so, that Netanyahu regime should be brought down as early as possible. That certainly represents a major defeat for the mad man in Tel Aviv, who was asking the U.S. to provide at least $4.5 billion to Israel.
Israeli war plan
While Hamas and Hezbollah are useful tools for Israel to justify all its criminal operations, anti-Semitism is a ploy to get USA and Europe involved in case of a conflict which Tel Aviv insistently seeks for quite some time. “Our policy is very consistent. When we identify attempts to transfer advanced weapons to Hezbollah — when we have the intel and the operational capability — we act to prevent it. That’s how we’ve acted and how we will continue to act…and everyone needs to take this into account. Everyone,” Israel blindly bluffs. Complete nonsense. Keep in mind that when Netanyahu says that “everyone needs to take this into account,” he is basically saying that the West and the entire world must follow his essentially Talmudic manipulation. The West needs to suspend rational inquiry and the moral order and adapt Israel’s relentless maneuvering.
Israel wants USA to attack Iran but President Obama rejected Netanyahu’s counsel but Trump already gave an audience to and had dinner with Netanyahu who counts on Jewish son in law of Trump and his erratic rhetoric to keep Washington under its indirect control, as usual. . Netanyahu’s invitation to Trump to visit Israel as soon as possible for sumptuous dinner cum Jewish liquor is lying impatiently at White House. . .
Israel seeks a simultaneous war with Lebanon and Iran. In 1982, the Israeli military allowed Lebanese militia to attack Palestinian refugees; they “raped, killed and dismembered at least 800 civilians, while Israeli flares illuminated the camps’ narrow and darkened alleyways.”
However, USA still refuses to falling to the Zionist trap and former secretary of defense Robert Gates declared in 2012 that a strike on Iran would be catastrophic for the USA first, “haunting us for generations in that part of the world.” Not only that, Gates saw that Israel, the supposed ally, was pushing that war, which led him to say that Israel is “an ungrateful ally.” The Neocon regime was on the frontline chastising Gates for his comments. Israel woos newcomer Trump to obey Israeli leaders in charting policy for Mideast.
Israelis say now it is Iran that is an existential threat, despite the fact that for almost three thousand years, Jewish artifacts of all kinds have played a vital role in Iran among the Jewish community, where they largely enjoyed the ambiance, and despite the fact that noted political scientists such as Kenneth Waltz have made it clear that a nuclear Iran is not a threat to the Middle East or America.
Israel’s regional nuclear monopoly, which has proved remarkably durable for the past four decades, has long fueled instability in the Middle East. In no other region of the world does a lone, unchecked nuclear state exist. It is Israel’s nuclear arsenal, not Iran’s desire for one, that has contributed most to the current crisis. Power, after all, begs to be balanced.”
State crimes and lies
After the snub of Obama towards his end of career at White House, Zionist leader B. Netanyahu is just treading in an essentially diabolical path. With the Talmud in one hand and American tax dollars on the other, he seeks to grab more Palestinian lands, kill Palestinian children and liquidate anyone who resists him. But people are waking up everywhere, and that is why Netanyahu will have a hard time implementing his Talmudic plan. But Netanyahu seems to forget that there are people in this world, who will never bow down to Israel’s perpetual fabrications and colossal hoaxes. He also seems to forget that Jewish scholars—including Zionist Israelis like Benny Morris—have actually written on Israel’s ethnic cleansing and manipulation of the actual facts.
Israel is criminal minded. As Jewish scholar Sara Roy has argued in her meticulous study on Hamas and Civil Society in Gaza, organizations like Hamas would not have been possible had the Israeli regime stopped oppressing, torturing, looting, destroying Palestinian homes and hospitals, humiliating and liquidating the Palestinian people. The regime has a history of raiding and looting even bakeries and medical stories that provided bread and medicines to girls’ orphanages and “carting away sewing and processing machines, fabric, finished garments and office equipment…”
Israel has always contributed not only to the demise of peace and harmony in the Middle East but to accelerate tensions in West Asia and Netanyahu is eager to completely split USA and Arab world. . The 1982 massacre is a classic example, where Israeli military allowed Lebanese militia to attack Palestinian refugees; they “raped, killed and dismembered at least 800 civilians, while Israeli flares illuminated the camps’ narrow and darkened alleyways.” After the massacre, Ronald Reagan, himself a Zionist, was outraged. Secretary of State George P. Shultz declared that the USA was also an accomplice in allowing Israel to manipulate them in order to massacre civilians. But no sanctions were pronounced on Israel. Nothing was done. Why? Nicholas A. Veliotes, then the assistant secretary of state for Near Eastern affairs, gave us an indirect answer: “Vintage Sharon. It is his way or the highway. “The Sabra and Shatila massacre severely undercut America’s influence in the Middle East, and its moral authority plummeted.”
One year after the 1982 massacre, an Israeli investigation commission found Israel “indirectly responsible” for the massacre, and Ariel Sharon an accomplice. How did the Israeli officials get the USA involved through the Pentagon-CIA duo? According to declassified documents found in the Israel State Archives, they convinced US officials that Beirut had terrorist cells, and in the end allowed the slaughter of Palestinian civilians whom the USA had previously vowed to protect. Ariel Sharon said that Beirut had from 2,000 to 3,000 terrorists. The state lies are carried forward by all Zionist rulers especially Netanyahu.
The American envoy in the Middle East, Morris Draper, said that Sharon was lying. Lawrence S. Eagleburger, then Secretary of State, declared that “we appear to some to be the victim of deliberate deception by Israel.” During his conversation with Sharon, Draper knew that the USA was not standing behind Sharon’s evil pursuit, but Sharon ended an agreement on his own terms. It was reported that Draper told Sharon, “You should be ashamed. The situation is absolutely appalling. They have begun killing children! You have the field completely under your control and are therefore responsible for that area and crimes.”
The Israeli regime is cunning and playing a diabolical game in Syria. But where is Donald Trump? Why doesn’t he also ask the regime what they have been up to in the region? Why doesn’t he tell them that Israel cannot continue to attack the Syrian government? Didn’t Trump say that the so-called Syrian rebels are worse than Assad? Then why he is letting the Israeli regime support the same rebels?
Moreover, take a look at the Zionist Kingdom in the global media where fanatic Jews decide the news and opinions. : The New York Times, the Washington Post, CNN, etc. Take also a closer look at marionettes like John McCain. (McCain has perversely declared that Rand Paul is working for Vladimir Putin. They all fail to report that Israel attacked a sovereign nation Syria, which is in violation of international law.
Rand Paul has suggested that perhaps it is time for McCain to retire finally.”We would say that it is time for much of the world to put him on trial. Perhaps it is high time for Trump to stop playing games and ask the Israeli regime to stop meddling in the Syrian war and withdraw from Palestinian nation. .
USA and Israel are at work to make the so-called ISIS wage a war against Iran for which they would supply terror goods free of cost. It’s already awry for the Israeli regime. Last January Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon told the entire world that he would prefer ISIS on Israeli borders over Iran, a nation that has been quite consistent with international law. Not a single USA politician challenged Yaalon for his perversion.
Yaalon declared that he fought against extremism, violence and racism in Israel, which have been “trickling into the IDF, hurting it already.” But because he is morally and intellectually blind, Yaalon could not realize that preferring a violent, extremist and terrorist group such as ISIS over Iran is itself weird, dangerous and is logically contradictory.
Be that as it may, we’ll let Yaalon chew up on his own contradiction. There is another issue brewing in Israel. Former prime minister and defense minister Ehud Barak, who himself was part of the diabolical process during his political career, has recently declared that Israel has been infected by “the seeds of fascism.” Barak said,
“Life-sustaining Zionism and the seeds of fascism cannot live together…What has happened is a hostile takeover of the Israeli government by dangerous elements. And it’s just the beginning.”
Gasp! Netanyahu gets whacked by a former prime minister? That certainly represents a major defeat for the mad man in Tel Aviv, who was asking the U.S. to provide at least $4.5 billion to Israel. What is Barak’s solution? Well, you may want to hang on to something:
“This government needs to be brought down before it brings all of us down. There are no serious leaders left in the world who believe the Israeli government.”
Well, isn’t it anti-Semitic to come up with brazenly alarming statements like this? Let us do some thought experiments. Suppose Iranian officials have even remotely suggested something like that. Wouldn’t it be all over the Zionist media? Wouldn’t political prostitutes and whores like Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity and Bill O’Reilly start gyrating on the media platform and saying crazy things like, “Iran is proposing a nuclear Holocaust”? Didn’t they perpetuate the lie throughout 2012 that Iran wanted to wipe Israel off the map?
Once again, we are living in an intolerable world, and reptilians like Hannity, O’Reilly and Limbaugh have been bought to say strange things, crazy things, and ultimately diabolical things on television. Israel can even arrest a Palestinian writer for writing poetry, and the whores at Fox News turn the blind eye. Israeli military historian Martin van Creveld bragged in 2003:
“We possess several hundred atomic warheads and rockets and can launch them at targets in all directions, perhaps even at Rome. Most European capitals are targets for our air force…. We have the capability to take the world down with us. And I can assure you that that will happen before Israel goes under.”
Israel can take the entire world down with them, and no Zionist puppet dares to even challenge that premise. Israel and Turkey, as Gordon Duff rightly put it a few days ago, “nearly burned down the world in 2013.” The Neocons, puppet masters of the universe, can plan to cripple U.S. interests. Netanyahu, according to the Jerusalem Post, can even steer “US toward war with Iran,” and the marionettes on Fox other Zionist outlets say nothing.
But a little country like Iran, which hasn’t invaded another country for centuries and which doesn’t have nuclear warheads, is the world’s dangerous country!
Where do they get those lizards and reptilians? When will the world stand up against those traitors whose interests are completely opposite to what the West stands for? Perhaps the West needs to go back to what Solzhenitsyn has articulated two decades ago:
“And thus, overcoming our temerity, let each man choose: will he remain a witting servant of the lies, or has the time come for him to stand straight as an honest man, worth of the respect of his children and contemporaries?”
Netanyahu Administration Needs to Be Brought Down
UN and EU: Israel needs to stop stealing Palestinian lands
The UN and the EU have recently declared what we have been trying to say for the past few years: Israel needs to stop grabbing Palestinian lands. The EU’s Federica Mogherini declared that the Israeli settlements “constitute an obstacle to peace and threaten the viability of a two-state solution. (It) would further entrench a one-state reality of unequal rights, perpetual occupation and conflict.”
Britain and France have also joined forces to denounce the Israeli settlements, which have been going on for decades. The United States still remains silent on the current issue. US officials are more interested about demonizing Iran than dealing with serious issues on the ground. Mogherini added:
“The EU urges the Israeli leadership to refrain from implementing the law and to avoid measures that further raise tensions and endanger the prospects for a peaceful solution to the conflict.”
The question is simply this: doesn’t the United States have an obligation to tell the Israeli regime to stop the settlements? Once again, if Trump does not address this issue in a cogent matter, his “America First” moto is just a smokescreen. You simply cannot talk about “America First” and fail to address Israel’s covert operation in the Middle East. Perhaps it is pertinent again to bring in Israeli historian Benny Morris. He said:
“A Jewish state would not have come into being without the uprooting of 700,000 Palestinians. Therefore it was necessary to uproot them. There was no choice but to expel that population. It was necessary to cleanse the hinterland and cleanse the border areas and cleanse the main roads. It was necessary to cleanse the villages from which our convoys and our settlements were fired on.”
How would a politician dodge that statement? You simply cannot talk about King Kong without mentioning the monkey. And you cannot talk about “America First” without telling the Israeli regime to stop their perpetual theft. As E. Michael Jones has recently pointed out, Trump’s “America First” is basically the “New Worker’s view of the world,” which is synonymous with the Jewish view of the world, and no decent American voted for that.
The most important event to take place during Israel’s second war in Lebanon (2006) was a phone call between Prime Minister Ehud Olmert and President George W. Bush’s secretary of state, Condoleezza Rice, at the start of the hostilities.
Lebanon was then ruled by Fouad Siniora’s government. While Rice gave Olmert a “green light” to attack Hezbollah, she asked him not to cause any damage to Lebanon’s national infrastructure to ensure that Siniora’s pro-Western government survived.
Olmert agreed. In retrospect, this was considered to be a seminal moment that caused the war to drag on for a relatively long time and end without any final resolution (then-Defense Minister Amir Peretz resigned following reports that the war was not well-orchestrated). If the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) and the Israeli air force had destroyed vital Lebanese infrastructure during the early days of the fighting, the Lebanese government would have probably pressured Hezbollah to stop firing rockets at Israel much earlier.
It has been 11 years since then, and the situation has changed dramatically. A significant part of Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman’s talks in Washington on March 7 was devoted to a war in Lebanon that could erupt at any given moment. According to top Israeli defense sources, this war, if it takes place, must be completely different from the last one. It must last a shorter amount of time and squeeze much greater destructive capabilities into smaller units of time.
The first important difference is the Lebanese army. At a March 6 meeting of the Knesset’s Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee, Liberman said that the distinction between the Lebanese army and Hezbollah forces has been blurred considerably over the past few years, as has the distinction between Hezbollah — which also operates on the political level — and the sovereign state in which it resides.
The IDF’s working assumption is that the Lebanese army will play an active role against Israel in the next war on Lebanon, operating under Hezbollah’s command. Alternately, it will perform select tasks assigned to it by Hezbollah as part of the campaign. Today, even the Lebanese government regards Hezbollah as part of the armed infrastructure vital to defending the country.
The new president, Michel Aoun, said as much recently in interviews he gave to the Arab media. While the participation of the Lebanese army alongside Hezbollah in the fighting during the next war will not upset the balance of power — which clearly favors Israel — it could impact the nature and shape of the war.
Another difference anticipated in the next campaign is the balance of terror. While during Israel’s second war in Lebanon, the devastation to Israel was limited; today Hezbollah is capable of striking any given point in the country.
In a video clip released Feb. 16, Hezbollah Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah gave a list of strategic targets in Israel and announced that he would attack them in the next round of fighting. These include the ammonia plant in Haifa, the nuclear reactors in Dimona and Nahal Sorek, Rafael Advanced Defense Systems weapons development facilities and more.
What Nasrallah tries to do is to create parity. He has no air force, but he does have tens of thousands of rockets and missiles, some of them long-range and all of them more accurate than the ones he had in 2006. In the second Lebanon War, he had no choice but to stand helpless before the ruins of the Dahiyeh suburb of Beirut, where Hezbollah has its command center. This time, he thinks, Israel will have to contend with similar images of its own.
Israel is aware that at present, it has no real answer to the rocket threat. Sending special infantry units to search for rocket and missile launch sites on the ground is a lot like looking for a needle in a haystack. Israel tried to do this in the second Lebanon war with no real results. What this means is that the only option left to Israel is an immediate, dramatic and aggressive attack against all of Lebanon’s vital infrastructure, or as Israeli officers and senior Israeli officials have been describing it for the past decade, “sending Lebanon back to the Stone Age.”
Since the distinction between Hezbollah and Lebanon per se has been blurred considerably, the possibility of wreaking destruction on the country could serve as a deterrent, as far as Nasrallah is concerned. He can no longer hide behind the central government, since he himself is the central government. In order to launch such an attack, however, Israel will need prior approval from the United States.
According to defense sources in Israel, it has already received such approval, or at the very least, can expect to receive it in the near future. If Israel does find itself launching an aggressive campaign to destroy Lebanon’s infrastructure in the next round, it will need the aerial umbrella of US support, which will allow it freedom of action, at least in the first few days of the fighting.
In the second Lebanon War, the IDF ran out of targets to attack within just a few days, because Hezbollah fighters avoided direct contact with Israeli forces. This time, however, the entire country of Lebanon will be a strategic target. Bombing runs will target power stations, airports, important factories, and major roads and intersections. All Lebanese army bases will be destroyed as will the army’s armored vehicles, and so on. Given these circumstances, the IDF estimates that the next campaign will be shorter but much more destructive.
Over the past few years, Israel boosted its special forces and created specialized commando brigades. In the next round, it will try not to avoid various land maneuvers, even though the operations on land in the last Lebanon conflict turned out to be a dismal failure. In this era, in any case, it makes no sense to talk about “victory.” All that is left is to try to create a deterrent and ensure that it is etched deeply in Lebanon’s consciousness. That is what Israel will try to achieve in the next war.
When would this war break out? The Israeli assessment is that Nasrallah has no reason to get into a conflict with Israel in the foreseeable future. The IDF claims that as long as a significant part of his forces is over-extended and exhausted in Syria, Nasrallah will try to avoid a clash with Israel.
At the same time, however, signals from Beirut over the past few months indicate that Nasrallah’s patience is starting to wear thin. According to foreign sources, the rules of the new game that Israel has imposed over the past few years, in which it feels free to attack arms convoys making their way to him from Syria, are unacceptable to Nasrallah.
According to recent intelligence from the West, the Iranians have established rocket-manufacturing facilities in Lebanon in order to “circumvent” the wall of intelligence and Israeli bombings, which prevent the unhindered supply of rockets to Hezbollah. In any event, Nasrallah’s armories are full.
There is very little chance that “these missiles will get rusty,” as former IDF Chief of Staff Moshe Ya’alon once predicted. Israel knows that if there is a missile on the table in the first act, it will be fired in the third act. At some time or other that is going to happen.
Are Trump and his Jewish son in law making Israel great again? Jewish Son in law Israel take veto Trump for sumptuous special pork meals and Netanyahu about delay in their forthcoming and promised visit to assure Israelis of continued support for all their crimes against humanity. Modern US diplomacy is dominated by its immoral concerns for defending a fascist state in Mideast and Trump does not show any inclination to change that anti-humanity and colonialist course. .
Mere imagination alone cannot be the basis of any foreign policy and attack weak nations on false threat perceptions as Bush Jr and Obama did to placate the Jewish Neocon elements.
Trump should pursue a foreign policy to make his Jewish son in law and daughter happy but he needs to start thinking about fleshing out a thoroughly consistent foreign policy, especially for West Asia – one of most troubled regions on earth. But that would be very hard to do precisely because no US president has been brave and courageous enough to permanently stop the unconditional alliance with an arrogant Israel, which has caused untold misery and suffering for more than sixty years in the Middle East and the USA which shamelessly sued its UN veto to protect the criminal operation of Israeli military. USA regime shielded Israel but blamed Palestinians whose lands Israel occupies with US backing. .
Trump cannot say that he wants to put “America First” while supporting the Israeli regime, making a super power of West Asia. This “America First” principle just doesn’t make sense precisely because the Israeli regime is always looking for monsters to destroy in the Middle East. If none exists, then they invent them or they will assume themselves. The regime invented monsters in Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, and Syria. They are now desperately trying to create a monster in Iran, and Trump seems to be falling in the same trap. Trump has recently declared, “I have imposed new sanctions on entities and individuals who support Iran’s ballistic missile program, and reaffirmed our unbreakable alliance with the State of Israel.”
Does he, like Bush do, also believe about ballistic missile program? Isn’t Trump reading the Israeli script here? And doesn’t the US sources tell the world that the so-called “Iran’s ballistic missile program” is pure fiction? The so-called Iranian threat is just a colossal hoax and a big lie manufactured by the Israelis. The Israeli regime has been saying that Iran aspires to have nuclear bombs since 1979 In his 1995 book Fighting Terrorism, Benjamin Netanyahu risibly predicted that Iran would acquire nuclear bombs within “five to seven years at most…Now it is 2017.
Netanyahu, who generally acts like a complete psychopath who hasn’t realized that his previous comments have been recorded in books and articles and public appearances, is still marshalling the perverse claim that Iran is “the most dangerous terror state.” Iran obviously humiliates Netanyahu by engaging in the fight against ISIS in Syria. “More openly than ever before, Iran’s powerful influence in Iraq has been on display as the counteroffensive against Islamic State militants around Tikrit has unfolded in recent days. At every point, the Iranian-backed militias have taken the lead in the fight against the Islamic State here. Senior Iranian leaders have been openly helping direct the battle, and American officials say Iran’s Revolutionary Guards forces are taking part.”The Daily Beast and the Times, of all places, said pretty much the same thing. In 2014, thousands upon thousands of Iranian troops were in Iraq fighting against ISIS. CNN, to its credit, also put out an article entitled: “’We will destroy ISIS’: Iranian militia vows to fight terror group.”
So, no one with an ounce of common sense can seriously say that Iran is a state-sponsored terrorist. The sad part is that the US State Department, as of 2016, charged that Iran is “the top state sponsor of terrorism,” even though the United States knew very well that Iran was fighting ISIS in Iraq and even in Syria.
Saudi Arabia should be one of the top terrorist states in the Middle East, but the same country always gets a free pass from the US State Department.
Obviously we are not living in a rational world, where political decisions are based on the moral and political order. And if Trump aspires to make a difference, he needs to get real. His repeated contradiction simply will not work. As Ron Paul has rightly pointed out:
“President Trump correctly pointed out that the last 15 years of US military action in the Middle East has been an almost incomprehensible waste of money – six trillion dollars, he said – and that after all that US war and meddling the region was actually in worse shape than before we started.
“It would have been better for US Presidents to have spent the last 15 years at the beach than to have pursued its Middle East war policy, he added, stating that the US infrastructure could have been rebuilt several times over with the money wasted on such militarism…
“But then minutes later in the same speech, he seemed to forget what he just said about wasting money on militarism. He promised he would be ‘upgrading all of our military, all of our military, offensive, defensive, everything,’ in what would be ‘one of the greatest military buildups in American history.’
“This ‘greatest’ military buildup is in addition to the trillions he plans on spending to make sure the US nuclear arsenal is at the ‘top of the pack’ in the world, as he told the press last Thursday. And that is in addition to the trillion dollars nuclear “modernization” program that is carrying over from the Obama Administration.”
Obviously Trump is not consistent here. Again, if he aspires to make a difference, he needs to start thinking about fleshing out a thoroughly consistent foreign policy. But that would be very hard to do precisely because, so far, no US president has been brave and courageous enough to permanently stop the unconditional alliance with Israel, which has caused untold misery and suffering for more than sixty years in the Middle East and the United States.
Trump obviously has enough knowledge to challenge the regime in Israel and ask Israeli officials (particularly Benjamin Netanyahu) to at least abide by the political order (or practical reason), which essentially provides the basis for political discourse and fruitful dialogue. Trump knows something about the 9/11 attack, despite the fact that he continues to demonize Muslims at every opportunity.
But Trump cannot follow the principles that the founding fathers articulated because he would be universally and ontologically condemned as a vicious anti-Semite.
Trump needs to flesh out a rigorous and consistent foreign policy; otherwise world would will continue to say that he is in bed with the Israeli regime. Will he also continue to be a servant of the Israeli regime like his predecessors, most specifically George W. Bush? Will he ever challenge the Powers That Be in Israel? Will he expose the real 9-11 perpetrators? Or will he continue to produce their lies and fabrications?