On Libya, says Trump, if they're so keen for us to intervene, let the Arab League pay for it.
But remember, those rebels are inspired by Iran and by Al Qaeda. If we make way for them, things in Libya could be a lot worse for us and the Libyan people than they are now.
On Obama? A weak ass-kissing wimp "who's in more wars than I've ever seen."
On China? "They're taking our jobs."
Solution? "Listen you motherfuckers, we're gonna tax you 25%." And more if necessary.
And on off-shoring our jobs? "If you want to sell to us, build your plant in Alabama."
This is red-blooded American nationalism in the style of Teddy Roosevelt, not in the polite, patrician style of Ron Paul.
But either way, its an assault on the New World Order, which requires the destruction of every nation -- America, Britain, Canada, and Australia, as well as Iraq, Iran, Pakistan and Afghanistan.
It was in keeping with the ideal of a New World Order, "A World where the rule of law, not the law of the jungle, governs the conduct of nations" that the victorious allies did not steal Iraq's oil. It is a World where investments are safe, money is secure and gentlemen of the nobility of high net worth do not steal one another's assets.
It is in accordance with the plan for the imposition of the New World Order that the nations of Europe as ethnic, cultural and religious entities are under genocidal attack by their own governments.
It is the reason that Bill Clinton exulted over the impending minority status of Europeans in America.
Trump poses a threat to the grandest conception of the Western ruling elite.
Unfortunately for the elite, with the exception of the brainwashed and brain dead, few of the West's own "huddled masses yearning to breathe free, The wretched refuse of [our own] teeming shore" support the notion of their own extinction.
Moreover, the Western powers seem on the verge of collapse through imperial overstretch, to be replaced as the dominating force in world affairs by China and other more coherent and much more nationalistic countries.
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Perhaps Trump will compel a change of America's course. Jack Kennedy seems to have been the last to attempt that.