And guess what? The guys who did 9/11 are sweating blood — because they know the game is up if Trump gets into the White House.
By Syed A.R. Zaidi
One of them’s dead . . . the others are still at large
Trump and Sanders are both “antiestablishment” candidates. What might either deliver?
Sanders is a politician. He is far less idealistic than he is taken to be, a well-known occupational disease. Except for an initial (not incidentally anti-Republican) anti-Iraq-war vote, he has been consistently pro-war. He used to speak of Palestinian rights, but now insists on the right of Israel to “defend” itself against bottle rockets with genocide. The wars for the Ziocon empire would continue with Sanders. After his surprising last-minute treachery gutting the Audit the Fed bill of which he himself was the Senate sponsor, what can he really be trusted with? And the rest of what he is promising, a legislative agenda, is not up to him to deliver. He would never be able to do it, even if he wanted to.
Ryan Dawson gives a good account of Sanders’ consistent support for globalist adventures, Zionism and the military-industrial complex. (See here)
Trump is not a politician. The best way to understand him is first of all to see him as a sincere nationalist who sees that his nation has been undermined and taken over from within. Most Americans feel they have been screwed. They have. Trump can point out some of the real causes, but Americans have been so brainwashed that most of the truth is beyond them. Trump feeds their anger by taking the official lies at face value and playing up their contradictions. He is definitely flirting with fascism, determined that a globalist sleeper like Cruz who threatens to make the whole Middle East glow in the dark will not outdo him with the red meat.
There is no way that Trump does not know far more about 9/11 than what the rest of us can already gather from investigators such as Chris Bollyn, that it was a Jewish operation with shabbos goys. Trump doesn’t have to get into all that just now. It’s enough to show the obvious, that America was attacked on Bush’s watch.
It is nasty of Trump to dwell on the guilt of the Muslim couple accused of the San Bernardino massacre when he certainly knows they were innocent and were murdered in a false flag operation. But that is how the game is played.
So what is the game?
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