Arch Neo-Con/Israeli asset Robert Kagan– ‘There is something very wrong with Donald Trump’


DONALD TRUMP

ed note–I don’t know how many of these we are going to have to publish before people start to ‘get it’.

ISRAEL AND ORGANIZED JEWISH INTERESTS DO NOT LIKE DONALD J. TRUMP AND ARE TERRORIZED AT THE PROSPECT OF HIM BECOMING PRESIDENT.

All the kissy-face and the ‘I LOVE ISRAEL’ posturing in which he has engaged as of late is just theater, aimed at neutralizing the judaic black magic his enemies are wielding against him in order to destroy his chances as President. Those in the ‘alternative’ media who are crowing the usual business about Trump being ‘owned by the Jews’ are either too stupid to do the math or are working for those same interests who want to see his chances at the Presidency deep-6’d.

Robert Kagan for the Washington Post

One wonders if Republican leaders have begun to realize that they may have hitched their fate and the fate of their party to a man with a disordered personality. We can leave it to the professionals to determine exactly what to call it. Suffice to say that Donald Trump’s response to the assorted speakers at the Democratic National Convention has not been rational.

Why denigrate the parents of a soldier who died serving his country in Iraq? And why keep it going for four days? Why assail the record of a decorated general who commanded U.S. forces in Afghanistan? Why make fun of the stature of a popular former mayor of New York? Surely Trump must know that at any convention, including his own, people get up and criticize the opposition party’s nominee. They get their shots in, just as your party got its shots in. And then you move on to the next phase of the campaign. You don’t take a crack at every single person who criticized you. And you especially don’t pick fights that you can’t possibly win, such as against a grieving Gold Star mother or a general. It’s simply not in your interest to do so.

The fact that Trump could not help himself, that he clearly did, as he said, want to “hit” everyone who spoke against him at the Democratic convention, suggests that there really is something wrong with the man. It is not just that he is incapable of empathy. It is not just that he feels he must respond to every criticism he receives by attacking and denigrating the critic, no matter how small or inconsequential. If you are a Republican, the real problem, and the thing that ought to keep you up nights as we head into the final 100 days of this campaign, is that the man cannot control himself. He cannot hold back even when it is manifestly in his interest to do so. What’s more, his psychological pathologies are ultimately self-destructive. (Disclosure: I was a guest speaker at a fundraiser for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton last month; I have no role with her campaign.)

Trump is, in this respect, unlike a normal politician. A normal politician knows that no matter how much criticism gets under the skin, the thing to do is to smile and wave it off. You don’t have to mean it. You don’t even have to appear to mean it. But it is what you do, if only to avoid compounding the damage. Trump cannot make this simple self-serving calculation. He must attack everyone who opposes him, even after he has defeated them. He must continue talking about Texas Sen. Ted Cruz’s father, even after Cruz has thrown in the towel. He must humiliate New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, even after Christie has lain down before him.

Many of Trump’s supporters admire him for his bold challenge to political correctness. But his political incorrectness may be only an unintended side effect of his malady. Some of the insults he fires back at his critics are politically incorrect: the racist and misogynist taunts. But others are just childish: making fun of someone’s height, or suggesting that someone’s father was involved in the Kennedy assassination. It’s not really politically incorrect to say that a prisoner of war is not a hero because he got captured. It’s just a way of saying, I don’t care if you’re a war hero. You criticized me and now I’ve got to hit you. Trump’s insults are scattershot — only sometimes touching the raw racist and xenophobic nerves in society. The most important fact is that he is unable to control his responses to criticism. He must double down every time, even if it means digging himself deeper and deeper into the hole.

Imagine such a person as president. What we have seen in the Trump campaign is not only a clever method of stirring up the anger in people. It is also a personality defect that has had the effect of stirring up anger. And because it is a defect and not a tactic, it would continue to affect Trump’s behavior in the White House. It would determine how he dealt with other nations. It would determine how he dealt with critics at home. It would determine how he governed, how he executed the laws, how he instructed the law-enforcement and intelligence agencies under his command, how he dealt with the press, how he dealt with the opposition party and how he handled dissent within his own party. His personality defect would be the dominating factor in his presidency, just as it has been the dominating factor in his campaign. His ultimately self-destructive tendencies would play out on the biggest stage in the world, with consequences at home and abroad that one can barely begin to imagine. It would make him the closest thing the United States has ever had to a dictator, but a dictator with a dangerously unstable temperament that neither he nor anyone else can control.

One can hope it does not come to that. In all likelihood, his defects will destroy him before he reaches the White House. He will bring himself down, and he will bring the Republican Party and its leaders down with him. This would be a tragedy were it not that the party and its leaders, who chose him as their nominee and who now cover and shill for this troubled man, so richly deserve their fate.

  1. #1 by Blake on 08/01/2016 - 8:34 pm

    Hope u r right its just theater

    ed note–Blake, let me (us) be clear about something here–there is NO HOPE with Trump as Pres. He is there to get as many people on the lifeboats as possible before the ship sinks to the bottom, plain and simple. There is no saving the ship, and anyone who thinks that somehow his policies are going to save America from the doom it is facing is simply not living in the real world.

  2. #2 by SFC Steven M Barry USA RET on 08/01/2016 - 8:48 pm

    Another lecture by another Jew.
    S//

  3. #3 by Al on 08/01/2016 - 10:13 pm

    I think either way the American people will be the main losers… If Hilary becomes President, then she will sell her country to the Jews & corporations and like a puppet she will follow the same corrupt system…

    If Trump becomes president, then whole world will be surprised of why or how American people picked this man as their only choice or option as president… I think the best option is, not to taking part in election and not to vote for either one… This is an insult to this country…

  4. #4 by Tapp on 08/01/2016 - 11:08 pm

    Imagine such as Kagansky as a lying communist Zionist Jew? Just like his Jew relatives in Russia in 1917 that killed Tsar Nicholas. They called him a traitor to the Jews just like Kagansky is doing with Trump. These people are evil through and through. It’s all for our best friend in the middle east or its nothing at all. HIS day is coming and soon.
    And you wonder why people hate the Jews?

  5. #5 by Tapp on 08/01/2016 - 11:11 pm

    Kagansky reminds me of Ginsbergsky! Go to Israel you traitors!

  6. #6 by fb on 08/01/2016 - 11:21 pm

    No one is saying you are wrong here who are regular readers ,I just think it’s just healthy scepticism and is just wait and see what happens and not to get our hopes up to high.He is part of the establishment but I think like you have been saying he can see the dangers and is trying to delay or stop them for a moment but not change too much.If Hillary wins God help us all.I just don’t think calling people stupid is called for I’m sure there those in the movement who are disinfo agents but general comments from people are just opinion,like assholes everyone has one.Don’t shoot us all down we all respect the views and the battle you are waging against the evil ones of this earth,thats why we are all here for the same thing.Together we stand divided we fall.

    ed note–when you have a gun to your head and you are egging your would-be killer on in pulling the trigger by joining in on the chorus against the one guy who stands the best chance of getting that gun removed from your temple, then yes, I would say that adjectives such as ‘stupid’ are justified. This is what people fail to understand, that this is deadly serious business and not just some intellectual exercise.

  7. #7 by loukil on 08/02/2016 - 2:52 am

    Victor thorn of AFP is found by gunshot today Mark Glenn

  8. #8 by YEP on 08/02/2016 - 5:12 am

    the usa elections will be rigged, below i have a copy from youtube showing people trying to vote for sanders, TRUMP IS CORRECT, THE USA ELECTIONS WILL BE RIGGED

  9. #9 by gsm1988 on 08/02/2016 - 6:46 am

    Your thoughts on Kagan’s fellow arch neocon Michael Ledeen co authoring a book with Trump’s top military adviser General Flynn? https://www.amazon.com/Field-Fight-Global-Against-Radical/dp/1250106222

    ed note–for the last time, and this will be the last time, because the NEXT time you throw one of these little ‘questionaires’ out at the website in one of your ‘GOTCHA’ moments, all your future comments forthwith will go straight into the dumper.

    Trump didn’t write the book, Flynn did. Virtually all of Trump’s maneuvers up to this point vis a vis the appointments to his ‘team’, his statements on’radical Islamic terrorism,’ love for Israel, etc, etc, etc, is THEATER designed to neutralize all the black magic that is being arrayed against him by his Judaic enemies. This statement has been made, explained, expounded upon, etc, a thousand times and does not need any further repeating or explanation, except of course to those who are either operating at around 10% of their cranial capacity or else those who are deliberately acting as a 5th column/subversive element whose aim is to confound and confuse the masses.

  10. #10 by Eva F. on 08/02/2016 - 7:05 am

    ” In all likelyhood,his defects will destroy him before he reaches the White house”..an unveiled threat.
    This is coming from a destroyer, married to another destroyer of Ukraine, and a supporter of the most evil and dangerous woman on the planet-Killery Clinton.
    Donald Trump has said some real sane things with reference to Russia, Crimea, NATO, even Syria..

    ed note–yes, thank you Eva. I meant to underscore Kagan’s veiled threat against Trump’s life in that statement.

  11. #11 by nooralhaqiqa on 08/02/2016 - 7:30 am

    “This would be a tragedy were it not that the party and its leaders, who chose him as their nominee and who now cover and shill for this troubled man, so richly deserve their fate.”

    Double threat and the tribal need for revenge so deeply ingrained in their “souls”. Translate to: “Curse him and then curse those who dared to support him! They must be destroyed!”

  12. #12 by gsm1988 on 08/02/2016 - 11:47 am

    There you go again with the insults. I have never once insulted you or called you names. Fact is you have not proven anything, your theory is just that, a theory. Is it a correct theory? Perhaps, but you haven’t proven anything and taking shots at people who aren’t 100 percent with your narrative doesn’t help your cause. You selectively choose stuff which portrays Trump in a negative light but anytime someone responds by mentioning anything about Trump’s long and well documented support for Zionist causes, you dismiss it, assert that it’s all a ploy, and insult that person’s intelligence, and contrary to your claim, you have offered zero proof to back up your theory. So forgive me for not being satisfied with your condescending editor’s notes where you talk down to those who dare challenge your unproven claims.

    ed note–it is unfortunate that it has to come to this, it really is. I don’t just appreciate honest, intelligent debate and discussion, I thrive on it.

    But there comes a point where honest and intelligent discussion morphs into an exercise in imbecility. A ‘debate’ with someone contending that the moon is made out of swiss cheese just because it is pockmarked and has the same color is a waste of time and is certainly not ‘intellectual.

    Likewise with the ‘Trump is owned by the Jews’ theory. It has now been proven AD NAUSEUM, using the most impeccable sources available–the Jewish media and the entire Neocon network operating in America–that the Jews don’t like him, irrespective of whatever nice things he has said about/done for Israel. Therefore, the debate as to whether or not he is the typical candidate who is going to bend over and take it in the rear by Jewish interests as all others do becomes as much an exercise in futility as arguing about whether the moon is made out of swiss cheese.

    Besides this, there is another component to all of this that really needs to be the focus of every living, breathing creature on earth–If Hillary Clinton gets elected, everyone–EVERYONE–WILL see their lives set aflame. Therefore, all energies need to be devoted to making sure this does not happen, and thus, anyone engaging in any discussions that in the end assist those arsonists working feverishly to get Clinton elected must be stopped dead in their tracks, case closed. We can have our ‘debates’ and our ‘intellectualism’ after the crisis has passed, but in the meantime, polite discussion needs to take a backseat to what must be done in the interests of survival.

    And it is the fact that I had to waste even a microsecond of our very limited time explaining what should be a no brainer to everyone involved that I get a little impatient these days with folks who just don’t ‘get it’.

  13. #13 by gsm1988 on 08/02/2016 - 1:32 pm

    Ok

  14. #14 by 5 dancing shlomos on 08/03/2016 - 3:33 am

    robert kagan: “there is something wrong with kagans.”

  15. #15 by gsm1988 on 08/03/2016 - 8:32 am

    This still doesn’t explain the alt right Breitbart/WND/Infowhore$/Drudge/Pamela Geller love affair with Trump, but who cares? None of that is important! Likewise It’s not important to raise questions about the possible consequences of 911 collaborator Giuliani overseeing Homeland Security, or whether or not his overemphasis on “law and order” while constantly pushing the false narrative of a Muslim terror epidemic just might be what the doctor ordered for elements within the Zionist community. And Heaven forbid anyone raise questions about the common Trump/Clinton connection to sex criminal extraordinaire Jeffrey Epstein and the Mossad elements surrounding that entire affair. It is possible to question and criticize Trump’s intentions without believing that the Moon is made out of cheese, or without aiding her campaign for that matter. I criticize BOTH candidates. Clinton without a doubt is far worse, doesn’t mean I won’t stop raising very real and important questions. So if my intellectual exercises and “gotcha” moments are too much of a nuisance then I’ll just assume that I’m not welcome here anymore (does that mean my previous donations are no longer welcome and that I should be refunded)? You can either allow valid criticism of Trump, or you can continue to alienate your audience with your very Alex Jonesian assertion that criticizing Trump is equal to helping Clinton.

    ed note–Geller, Drudge et al do not even begin to compare vis a vis their pecking order in the judaic hierarchy of power to movers and shakers like Kagan, Kristol, Abrams, etc. In fact, as pertains to Geller, it actually helps in hurting Trump having her endorse him.

    As far as the rest of it, this is no longer a debating society or an intellectual endeavor. Every word written or uttered that calls into question Trump and his candidacy is added momentum to Clinton getting into the white house and bringing hellfire to the front door of every human being on this planet. That such a situation needs explaining to people is in and of itself proof positive as to how successful our enemies have been in completely robbing us of our ability to think about what is in our own best interests in terms of survival, or as Lenin famously quipped once–‘ we will sell them the rope with which they will hang themselves’.

    If you find yourself so ‘alienated’ by our unwillingness here to engage in self-destructive behavior, you are heartily encouraged to exercise your ‘freedom to choose’ and move on to happier hunting grounds. Trust me, we will not be anymore disappointed with your decision than you will be.

  16. #16 by Junis (or Yunis) on 09/04/2016 - 11:56 am

    I’ve always respected you Mark Glenn and the tremendous work you have done to highlight the power of criminal Zionism. However, I think you have made an error of judgement if you think Donald Trump is feigning pro-Zionism and is so-called against them. The poster/writer gsm1988 is totally correct for dismissing Donald Trump as going to be better than the bitch Hilary Clinton. America is not a democracy and both candidates are the 2 sides of Z.O.G. Trump is NOT our man and Hilary is NOT our woman. It is preposterous for you to claim that Donald Trump is our man.

    Mark Glenn, from you writings I can tell you’re extremely intelligent. However, even intelligent people can change their minds about previous beliefs.

    ed note–first, thank you for the kind words, which are hardly deserved but nonetheless heartily appreciated.

    Next, you need to read/listen more carefully to what I am saying here. As I have maintained from the beginning, Trump is not a ‘good guy’. We should ‘welcome’ him winning the presidency only in the same sense that we ‘welcome’ eating the family pet during a time of starvation. Trump and the powerful people/interests behind him are acting in what they view as their own personal good, which is in saving Pax Americana from what they see as a its certain destruction.

    Having said this, Trump does not intend to destroy Israel. He–and the powerful people behind him–will rein in Jewish power somewhat, but not entirely, as they view Israel as a good base of operations in projecting the interests of Pax Americana in the Middle East. It is for this reason and this reason alone that Trump says all the nice things that he does about the blood-sucking entity known as the Jewish state and why he talks about Muslims the way he does, in that these are ABSOLUTE prerequisites to winning the election.

    In the end however, I believe that none of this matters. What Trump and his people are trying to do is to erase decades (centuries?) of evil behavior on the part of Pax Americana, forgetting that law of nature that simply cannot be avoided–‘ye reap what ye sow’. Their plan to ‘make America great again’ is the equivalent of someone who has chain-smoked 10 packs of cigarettes a day for 50 years finding out that they have lung cancer and thinking that by quitting cold turkey now that somehow they will be able to undo what is already a fait accompli–their own demise.

    Trump is not ‘owned by the Jews’, but it doesn’t matter. America is doomed and not because of some quirk of fate or some act of God, but rather because we chose evil, imbibed it into our system, loved it, and then, while under its intoxicating influence, prowled about the world destroying the lives of millions (billions?) of innocent people for no other reason than that we could.

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