Trump Says Israel Will Be Destroyed Unless He Is Elected President
Iranians ‘highly threatening to the State of Israel, they’re so bad for Israel,’ Republican candidate says, calling nuclear deal ‘one of the worst negotiated deals I have ever seen.’
ed note–before the all-too-predictable ‘NYUH-HUH, NYUH-HUH, TOLD-YA TRUMP WAS A ZI-NIST’ begins, keep a few somethings in mind–
1. Electorally-speaking, there is absolutely zero to be gained for Trump by coming out and talking in the same way as we would talk here. Given what it is he is trying to attain–winning the Presidency and thus pulling the US back from the cliff overlooking her own destruction, he has no other choice but to whisper sweet nothings into the ears of mindless voters in America who long ago traded their ability to think/act in ways that furthered their own interests in exchange for putting the interests of Jews 1st, 2nd, and 3rd.
2. Trump is correct in his statement, and from a practical standpoint, the US–out to maintain her domination of the region–wants to keep Israel around as a place to rest her feet and extend her political/economic/military agenda. Now that Russia has entered the stage again as a major player, a Trump presidency would keep Israel around, but in a situation where the US held the leash, vs. what has been the opposite since the first Bush presidency 25 years ago.
Despite the fact however that Trump would keep Israel’s existence intact, nevertheless it is my personal prediction that once Netanyahu makes his move by detonating a nuclear weapon in a US city with the intention of blaming it on DEM MOOZLUMS that Trump will have no choice other than to repeat what his great, great grandfather Titus did in 70 AD.
Donald Trump said if he is not elected president, the Iran nuclear deal will destroy Israel. Last year’s deal, which trades sanctions relief for a nuclear rollback, “is going to destroy Israel – unless I get elected,” Trump told Cleveland-area labor leaders on Monday, according to The Columbus Dispatch. “Then Israel will be just fine.”
In Virginia, meanwhile, Hillary Clinton’s running mate, Sen. Tim Kaine, defended the Iran deal and dismissed Trump’s concerns about Israel as insincere, saying the Republican’s strategy for Israel was to “pat them on the back and tell them good luck.”
Clinton, as secretary of state in President Barack Obama’s first term, helped shape the negotiations for the Iran deal and said she will uphold the agreement, although the Democratic nominee has suggested she will be more stringent in enforcing it than the Obama administration.
Unlike many of his rivals during the Republican primaries, Trump has not said he would scrap the agreement, although he has called it a bad deal. Trump has said he would first consult with his national security advisers.
On Tuesday, addressing a town hall in Virginia Beach, Virginia, a town with a substantial military population, Trump again attacked the deal, but he did not directly answer a question posed by one of his national security advisers, retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, about what he would do about it.
Trump said the deal had rendered Iran a “world power,” whereas it had previously been a regional power.
“The deal is one of the worst negotiated deals I have ever seen,” he said.
“They’re highly threatening to the State of Israel, they’re so bad for Israel,” Trump said of Iran, blaming Clinton and Obama for empowering the Islamic Republic.
Speaking the same day in Wilmington, North Carolina, Kaine ridiculed Trump’s confident claims that he would protect Israel.
“Thanks in part to the global sanctions coalition that Hillary Clinton assembled, and negotiations that she initiated, President Obama ultimately achieved a historic agreement that put a lid on Iran’s nuclear program without firing a single shot,” Kaine said. “But we have no idea how Donald Trump would handle Iran – and frankly, neither does he.”
Kaine noted that Trump last year said he would be neutral when it came to negotiating Israeli-Palestinian peace – Trump has since said he would favor Israel – and contemplated making Israel pay for its U.S. defense assistance.
“Israel is our strongest partner in the region,” Kaine said. “Trump’s plan was to pat them on the back and tell them good luck. That’s no way to treat an ally, that’s no way to treat a friend.”
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