The Most Dangerous Deal in the World–Trump is attempting to avoid nuclear war by ‘solving’ The Israeli–Palestinian conflict


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  1. #1 by James Benn on 05/25/2017 - 9:34

    “The DMZ in Korea. Pakistan and India. China and Japan. All of these are all potential hot spots for major conflict. None quite compare to the war scenarios that can result from “The Israeli-Palestinian conflict “.”

    Mmm … not quite understanding. Why is the Israeli-Palestinian conflict uniquely dangerous? Staś doesn’t explain. Last time I checked, the Palestinians still only had home-made rocket bombs with which to counter-attack the fourth largest military on the planet.

    Then again, the MIC is controlled by the You-Know-Whos – hereinunder referred to as the ‘Wazoos’ – along of course with the Meeja, Entertainment, WallEye Street, and, needless to say, The ‘Fed’. The Fed, of course, being the key to the whole operation. Plus, since Bush the Lesser, Wazoo ‘NeoCon’ domination of Washingmachinetown has been pretty much absolute. Yanklandia itself can rightly be known henceforth as ‘Ziolandia’.

    I woulda thought a far more likely trigger for WWIII is the heavy artillery NATO is amassing on the Rusklandian border under Ziolandia’s watchful gaze. The Wazoos are a-pushing and a-pushing the Ruskies, their historic and still profoundly hated enemy. And if you was a betting man, you’d have to say that some day, they’re gonna be rewarded with a full and frank response.

    Then again, Ziolandia has more military equipment than all the other nations of the world combined. And at least to that extent, the Trumpmeister is as good as his word … i.e. his commitment to making the Military even more preposterously bigger, noisier, smellier, and more dangerous.

    So let’s just say an Israeli-Palestinian peace deal is the key to preventing nuclear war, whose interests is the Trumpeter representing? Where, within his administration, within Washingmachinetown, with the Big-End-of-Town, within the Intelligence ‘community’, or the Military, can the hard core of resistance be found?

  2. #2 by Staś on 05/26/2017 - 9:34

    ““The DMZ in Korea. Pakistan and India. China and Japan. All of these are all potential hot spots for major conflict. None quite compare to the war scenarios that can result from “The Israeli-Palestinian conflict “.””

    You make a good point. I did not get into much detail on why it is worse then those other “hot spots”. I may add a note in there. I also left that out so the reader might think about it.

    Those other conflicts almost also go back to something that connects to a pursuit of what the real NWO .

    If you look into wars the real reason is often different then what we are told. Even Grenada. We were told Bishop was a communist and had to go. True …..however he was supporting the Palestinians.

    Yes the your right the missile defense system in Poland and Romania and Poland. could trigger war with Russia.

    However all this conflict if you dig deep enough in some why connects back to .something that was seen has getting in the way of the goal of Israeli Empire.

    True it would be better for Trump to stand down on the defense spending and cut down on it.

    He never said he was going in to dismantle “The Empire” far from it.

    Ron Paul and others are better on the criticism empire building.

    However if this was an “American Empire” America would have kept her man in Iraq never invaded. America would have only made war in its own interest.

    It the risk of sounding imperialist. I would say an “American Empire that is pro American is better then an American Empire as Israeli

    What can I say Trump can’t stand in the way of the huge Saudi Arabian arms deal. or the American military intelligence Super State. That is just not realistic.

    He can not go directly against that kind of power.

    Any true peace activist will find disappointment with Trump. However in putting. US interest first the damage may be a lot less.

    Who is with Trump and behind Trump? Yes a shadow group good point as well as The rank and file of the Military and the white trash workers. import-export guys in EU and USA who have been screwed out of a lot of money because of being blocked from doing business with Russia… ect.

    I am not exactly disagreeing with what your saying fully it is more of a clarification.

    After all this being said because of aspects of religion and politics. I stand by the statement that it is the worst hot spot. If for any other reason when other state powers are being attacked and they are under the gun. I do believe they look at Gaza and it adds to their anger.

    All roads lead back to “The Holy Land”

    Thanks very much for your comment.

    .

  3. #3 by mothman777 on 05/26/2017 - 9:34

    Reblogged this on Mothman777's Blog and commented:
    Years ago, I was told the following words by a self-admitted sayan, actually a member of the Saudi Arabian royal family, a prince by birth, and he told me with some great gravity, assurance, and egomaniacal sense of self importance; “The Jews started this world, and they will finish it”, with such malignant complete arrogance and callousness towards all other life.

    And yes, he was right. In 1950, Jewish scientist Leo Szilard, the inventor of the atom bomb, who patented that in 1934 in London, England, also invented the Cobalt Nuclear Bomb, a dirty nuclear bomb variant so powerful, so dirty, that he stated that just 400 such devices, placed strategically, would kill ALL life on this entire world. So let us not support Israel, OK, because I can tell you this, those insane world class suicide bombers are building those damned things right now in Dimona in Israel, far removed from the eyes of the UN nuclear weapons inspectorate.

  4. #4 by mothman777 on 05/26/2017 - 9:34

    Years ago, I was told the following words by a self-admitted sayan, actually a member of the Saudi Arabian royal family, a prince by birth, and he told me with some great gravity, assurance, and egomaniacal sense of self importance; “The Jews started this world, and they will finish it”, with such malignant complete arrogance and callousness towards all other life.

    And yes, he was right. In 1950, Jewish scientist Leo Szilard, the inventor of the atom bomb, who patented that in 1934 in London, England, also invented the Cobalt Nuclear Bomb, a dirty nuclear bomb variant so powerful, so dirty, that he stated that just 400 such devices, placed strategically, would kill ALL life on this entire world. So let us not support Israel, OK, because I can tell you this, those insane world class suicide bombers are building those damned things right now in Dimona in Israel, far removed from the eyes of the UN nuclear weapons inspectorate.

  5. #5 by Egeria on 05/26/2017 - 9:34

    Thank you so much Staś for your very realistic analysis.

    The conclusion you have reached, as to which conflict is the most dangerous, is absolutely correct. This is not a matter of opinion, it is the undeniable truth. To focus mainly on any other conflict is a distraction from the core problem represented by Israel’s existence and agenda. Indeed, we may affirm with a fair amount of certainty that most conflicts we witness today on the arena of international politics are the direct or indirect result of Israel’s plans for world dominion, for which NATO is only the compliant tool – indeed, Israel’s armed wing in the West.

    Thank you also for reminding us of the arduous and very delicate task Pres. Trump is facing in dealing with Israel’s sociopaths, and that we should try to ‘read between the lines’ of Trump’s actions, rather than jump to hasty conclusions. We can only imagine how hard it hit the Trump team in Palestine when the Manchester attack occurred with such ominous timing – possibly also a warning as to what Trump might be facing at home if he were to insist on pursuing a peace deal and a two-state solution, which would mean the end of Judea’s dream for Greater Israel.

    I completely agree with your statement that ‘’Trump is attempting to avoid a nuclear war arising out of the Israeli–Palestinian conflict. Numerous news stories prove this to be the case beyond a shadow of a doubt’’. So we should not be horrified as to where Trump invests his budget and what unsavory detours he must take on the political front for the sake of the final result. Needless to say, if a nuclear war is not avoided, everything else is in jeopardy as well on the domestic front.

    And thank you for pointing out to all of us in this movement that ‘’it is better to support Trump than to join in on the take-down operation being waged against him by Israel. Like it or not, he is the only hope’’.
    This is also the important message Mark Glenn does his best to get across to the TUT readership.

    And finally, thank you for the great work you are doing with your articles. They provide us with a clear and rational vision of reality.

    Egeria

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