Thursday, May 5, 2016

Bitter Republican Losers for Hillary: Or Why the Neocons Hate Trump

Hillary Clinton is now threatened by her own party leadership, which realizes she could lose the Presidential election to Donald Trump and is, therefore, thinking about replacing her as the party's nominee.

To counter this threat,  the Clinton campaign has come up with an anti-Trump ad, featuring a parade of GOP losers, from Mitt Romney to the egregious warmonger Lindsey Graham, plus other also rans in the Republican presidential nomination contest, JEB, Marco Rubio, and Ted Cruz, all heaping contempt and loathing on their party's presidential candidate.

This raises two questions. Will potential Democrat voters really be swayed by what a bunch of bitter Republicans have to say against their own Party leader? And, more interesting, why do so many of the Republican leadership so hate their own presumptive presidential nominee that they now appear as advocates for their supposed Democratic Party opponent?

The answer to the second question is that for the past 24 years, the Republicans and the Democrats have been two parties with one overriding policy; namely, the destruction of the democratic and sovereign nation state, including America, in a process of universal genocide, the objective being the subordinating of all humanity to corporate rule. But what Donald Trump revealed in a speech on foreign policy delivered at the invitation of the Center for the National Interest, is his intent to trash the entire Neocon Republicrat consensus project.

As one commentator summarized the speech:
To everyone’s surprise... «the Donald» did not have anything to say about his position on various subjects, aimed at satisfying one lobby or another, but instead delivered an analysis of US policy and describing its total overhaul.

According to Trump, it was a fundamental error to have attempted to export by force the Western democratic model to people who had no interest in it. He delivered a criticism of a neo-conservative ideology ...

After having denounced the gigantic human and economic waste of the Neo-conservative policy, for the countries concerned as well as for the United States themselves, he continued with an indirect attack on the «military-industrial complex», blaming the general excess of weapons in the world. There was no mistake – for the first time since the assassination of John Kennedy, a presidential candidate was denouncing the omnipotence of the arms manufacturers, who have eaten up almost all of US industry.

With a certain sense of provocation, Donald Trump placed his project for a new foreign policy under the slogan «America First», by reference to the association of the same name which existed before the Second World War. This group remains in peoples’ memories as a Nazi lobby which attempted to prevent the «Land of Freedom» from going to the help of the British, who were under attack by the perpetrators of the anti-Jewish genocide. In reality, «America First», which was indeed diverted from its mission by the US extreme right, was originally a huge association created by the Quakers [who] denounced the World War as a confrontation between imperialist powers, and consequently refused to take part.

And so the adversaries of Donald Trump are presenting him in a false light. He is absolutely not an isolationist like Ron Paul, but a genuine realist.

Donald Trump was not a politician until now, but a real estate promoter, a businessman and a television presenter. This absence of a political past allows him to envisage the future from an entirely new angle, without being bound by any previous engagement. He is a dealmaker, the sort that Europe met in Bernard Tapie in France and Silvio Berlusconi in Italy. Two men not without fault, but who renovated the exercise of power in their own countries by shaking up the ruling classes.
America's ruling class, clearly does not appreciate anyone intent on shaking them up.


JEB Bush: In November, I will not vote for Donald Trump

Breitbart: New World Order Spox, Barack Obama, "Britain's sovereignty is outdated."

Yahoo.News: First Muslim Mayor of Londonistan David Cameron has no intention of withdrawing his claim that Donald Trump was “divisive, stupid and wrong” to call for a ban on Muslims entering the US, Downing Street has said

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