Trump’s Blood and Gore Attacks on the Media Could Star in Der Sturmer



The millions of Americans who lap up his bluster are just as depressing as the cynical Republicans who won’t disown him

ed note–not that it should need explanation or reiteration, nevertheless, Jews as a group don’t go around calling people ‘NAZIS’ if said persons are in their camp, on their payroll and working to further the interests of Judea Inc, a little factoid to consider the next time some expert in ‘duh muuvmnt’ is claiming that Trump wants to get WWIII started in order to pave the way for the creation of ‘Greater Israel’.

Chemi Shalev, Haaretz

Between his tweet about Mika Brzezinski’s bleeding face and the one with the video showing him pummeling a man with a CNN logo superimposed on his face, U.S. President Donald Trump spoke at a mass rally for veterans in Washington D.C., in which he also savaged the media. It has its own interests, he said. It’s trying to impose its agenda, he added. Journalists try to undermine the will of the people, he asserted. It’s un-American, he implied. But we are going to show them who’s in charge here, he bellowed, and the crowd stoop up in wild applause.

The association to fascist 20th-century demagogues, from Franco to Mussolini to Hitler, was inevitable. The object of incitement might change, but the methods are tried and tested. Trump depicts the media as a demon. He is spreading poisonous propaganda against it, full of blood, gore, conspiracy and treasonous insinuations, in a style that could have starred in the Nazi rag Der Sturmer. He is accusing the media of standing in the way of the nation, of trying to undo its decision to vote him into office. He is trying to undermine the media’s credibility across the board. He is openly inciting against journalists, naming them by name, stirring up hate against them. He knows that this is what his crowd wants to hear, and their enthusiasm, which was on display during Wednesday’s rally at Kennedy Center, spurs him on and fires him up to escalate his attacks.

His legions of defenders, justifiers and enablers are also reminiscent of times gone by. On Fox News on Sunday night, supposedly learned commentators asserted that the media is getting its just deserts. That it has earned Trump’s outbursts. That journalists are indeed conspiring against him. That if they attack him he can justifiably attack them back, as if he wasn’t the all-powerful president of the United States whose job it is to run the country while their raison d’etre is, in fact, to criticize him. When CNN sacked three employees this week for broadcasting an unfounded story on ties between one of Trump’s aides and the Russians, it was taken by objective observers as an indication of the network’s tough attitude toward so-called fake news. Trump and his detractors, however, view it as a vindication of their accusations.

Other Trump defenders claim that his tactics are vindicated by their success. Trump’s “base” – they claim – loves his bluster and laps it up. They hate the media no less than him. Their appetite for his wild attacks is insatiable. They continue to support him, no matter what, proving that his strategy is working. Trump’s voters blame the media, along with other East Coast liberal know-it-alls, for their personal problems and for America’s challenges. They earnestly believe that rather than portray his stellar achievements, the media is distorting reality and painting a black picture. They are sure that Washington is now being ruled by a strong leader who won’t tolerate the travesty.

It’s hard to decide which is more depressing: The millions of Americans who are being duped by a president who is trying to shift attention away from the horrifying possibility that he was elected by virtue of Russian intervention, a president whose misogyny is so pronounced he doesn’t even try to conceal it, a president who is trying to peddle a modern version of the slogan once used by White Russians in pogroms against Jews – “Smite the journalist and save America!” – or Trump’s Republican supporters and defenders who refuse to come out against him, because they agree with him, because they’re scared of him or because they are wary of admitting how much they were mistaken in the first place to support him.

The rest of America doesn’t know how to handle the Trump phenomenon. There has never been a president who has broken the mold of the American presidency so harshly and so dramatically. The U.S. Constitution tried to prepare for such a day, but the imagination of its founders couldn’t foresee someone like Trump. Barring definitive proof of “high crimes and misdemeanors,” impeachment is not in the cards. And it’s hard to see U.S. Vice President Mike Pence and Trump’s cabinet members summoning up the courage to invoke the 25th Amendment by which they could suspend his presidency for being unable to carry out the duties of his office.

The best-case scenario now is that Trump is engaged in a calculated and cynical strategy. At worst, journalists will be deterred from tackling him, perhaps even one or two will fall victim to violence, an act that could turn things around quickly. The worst-case scenario, on the other hand, is that Trump’s outbursts are a symptom of overall insanity. If this is the case, then he won’t make do with the media – other minorities, including the Jews, will be next in line.

Worse, Trump’s behavior strengthens doubts and suspicions around the world about his mental stability. It encourages America’s rivals to provoke him and it increases anxiety among America’s allies that he can’t be relied on to react rationally. In such a scenario, Trump’s tweets and vulgar statements will be construed one day as an early warning sign that like dangerous megalomaniacs before him, Trump is an existential danger to America and the rest of the world.

  1. #1 by stevegmorminogmailcom on 07/03/2017 - 5:26 am

    Trump is a character, but he is no different then the last nine administrations he works for the BANK and the FEW. We did not remove any of the last nine scoundrels, what makes Trump any different.

    ed note–once again, surprise, surprise, the ‘experts’ refuse to deal with the ‘elephant in the room’, which is the almost UNIVERSAL opposition to Trump from organized Jewish interests. Rather than do the problematic math that requires a certain degree of abstract thinking, instead they fall back on the same old/same old, which is the superficial criteria surrounding Trump’s associations and things he says for reasons rooted in public consumption.

    Had these same people been around in 1960, they would have been claiming that JFK was ‘owned by the Jews’ based upon that same superficial criteria they are using in declaring Trump and his admin to be just like the ‘last nine’.

  2. #2 by Joe on 07/04/2017 - 6:04 am

    Editor… I think the truth lies somewhere in between.
    The jews hate Trump because they are spoiled and used to puppets who are 100% in their camp. Trump is only 90%… and that makes him a threat. Remember that paranoia is perhaps the most outstanding jewish trait. Having lived an existence of lies and parasitism for so long, they must constantly be looking over their shoulders with suspicion and mistrust of any and all gentiles.
    When Hitler came to power, he made no pretenses as to his attitudes and dealings with the jews infecting Germany. Trump appoints them to positions of great power and allows his (((son in law))) to influence him at the inner most level. This is not a man the tribe needs to fear. But again, because he is not 100% in their thrall and has the financial means to withstand their usual boycott/slander strategy, he is an enigma to them. Just my two cents.

    ed note–I agree and yet slightly disagree. Yes, the truth does lie somewhere in the middle.

    Yes, ,the Jews want 100% control, but they are willing to take less in order to move forward, even if it is only 1/2 a step in stead of the usual 3. They have demonstrated in the past where they will take the ‘lesser of 2 evils’ politically in the hopes that eventually, they will make so-and-so politico 100% compliant through the process of kvetching, enticements and threats.

    I believe the problem that they have with Trump is that they know he is impervious to such methods, especially after having done business with them for decades in the NY real estate business. They dealt with him on hundreds or even thousands of occasions, no doubt utilizing the same aforementioned process of kvetching, threats ad enticements, and learned first hand what they can expect when dealing with him, coupled with the fact that he is indeed an alpha male type that won’t take to being pushed around by anyone.

  3. #3 by nooralhaqiqa on 07/04/2017 - 8:40 am

    The article is full of errors. It hops on the lies and hammers them in as fact. IE the Russian meddling and contributes nothing to the conversation.

    Another media whore licking its wounds.

  4. #4 by Roger Pack on 07/04/2017 - 1:06 pm

    Trump & the USA Zionist media – BOTH PAID IN FULL $$$$ !!!
    Nothing but good ol’ drama………….keeping most people distracted, while the NWO agenda continuing to WWIII….

  5. #5 by James Benn on 07/04/2017 - 7:16 pm

    Well they say, just ‘cos yer paranoid … don’t mean they’re not out to git ya. Chemi is undoubtedly onto something when he says… “Trump’s ‘base’ … loves his bluster and laps it up. They hate the media no less than him. Their appetite for his wild attacks is insatiable. They continue to support him, no matter what…”

    Tick. In that sense, Trump’s user base is just as blinded by partisan / clan loyalty as Obongo’s ‘liberal / progressive’ base. It scarcely matters what Trump actually does. As long as he hammers the increasingly detested Jewish Meeja, he is doing his job. Trouble is, in the meantime … is he doing much if anything to ‘make America great’ again? And was that ever a remote possibility?

    Method in the madness? Or madness in the method? … “The best-case scenario now is that Trump is engaged in a calculated and cynical strategy … The worst-case scenario … is that Trump’s outbursts are a symptom of overall insanity.” NOTHING the Trumpeter does, he does alone. The Trump ‘phenomenon’ is just as carefully crafted and stage managed as anything that preceded it.

    Just part of the good ol’ ‘Strategy o’ Tension’ “… Trump is an existential danger to America and the rest of the world.” Total distraction. We KNOW who and what is the existential danger to America and the rest of the world. And it ain’t the Trump.

    Oh yes I’m the great pretender (ooh ooh)
    Adrift in a world of my own (ooh ooh)
    I play the game but to my real shame
    You’ve left me to dream all alone
    Too real is this feeling of make believe
    Too real when I feel what my heart can’t conceal

  6. #6 by stlonginus on 07/05/2017 - 7:07 pm

    This Shalev person had the cojones to even lie that “White Russians” (aka, gentile Russian nationalists) had “pogroms against Jews”….It was the other way around Shalev.

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