The Donald Trump thread

get2choppaaa

Ostrich
If its true it says a lot about Trump knowing that “pro Israel “ is anti-American and pursuing PI policy anyway
If you believe any article about Trump one way or the other now a days then I'd say you're behind the power curve.

Everything written from the media minus some of the people in his cabinet (Navarro, Bannon ECT) is directly meant to fractionalize and demonize Trump and any allies or sympathize with him.

Just because he recognizes that Jews stick together, doesn't mean he didn't see that as an equally beneficial thing for America (right or wrong).
 

Cartographer

Pelican
Gold Member
If its true it says a lot about Trump knowing that “pro Israel “ is anti-American and pursuing PI policy anyway

If you believe any article about Trump one way or the other now a days then I'd say you're behind the power curve.

Everything written from the media minus some of the people in his cabinet (Navarro, Bannon ECT) is directly meant to fractionalize and demonize Trump and any allies or sympathize with him.

Just because he recognizes that Jews stick together, doesn't mean he didn't see that as an equally beneficial thing for America (right or wrong).

Yeah that's my problem with a lot of the JQ stuff is people who think it's true also seem to think they can get reliable info from these stories. I could be missing something but maybe cognitive dissonance? Not that I am not prone to cognitive dissonance myself.

Also, a lot of boomers and older are convinced that PI policy is the WASP thing to do (I guess I'm thinking specifially of my parents who I'm pretty sure weren't jewish, lol). Now maybe you can say "that may have been part of some older psyop", but it's still something a lot of older protestants would be in favor of in 2016, 2020 and even 2024. Being vocally anti-israel is statistically likely to hurt you with neocon votes. Which I think is what this article is setting the groundwork for.
 

Coja Petrus Uscan

Crow
Orthodox Inquirer
Gold Member
Just because he recognizes that Jews stick together.

Not if you pick up The Taliban Playbook.

By the end of 2004, only two Jews were left in Afghanistan, Zablon Simintov and Isaac Levy (born c. 1920). Levy relied on charity to survive, while Simintov ran a store selling carpets and jewelry until 2001. They lived on opposite sides of the dilapidated Kabul synagogue. They kept denouncing each other to the authorities, and both of them spent time in Taliban jails.
 

Papaya

Peacock
Gold Member
If you believe any article about Trump one way or the other now a days then I'd say you're behind the power curve.

Everything written from the media minus some of the people in his cabinet (Navarro, Bannon ECT) is directly meant to fractionalize and demonize Trump and any allies or sympathize with him.

Just because he recognizes that Jews stick together, doesn't mean he didn't see that as an equally beneficial thing for America (right or wrong).
If you dont believe the article dont then what we are left with is that Trump wasnt aware of Jared's Israel first loyalties and he's an idiot. It was blatantly obvious to many of us here and we're on the outside
 

get2choppaaa

Ostrich
If you dont believe the article dont then what we are left with is that Trump wasnt aware of Jared's Israel first loyalties and he's an idiot. It was blatantly obvious to many of us here and we're on the outside
Of course he knew that Jared was a centered on his Jewish identity. Doesn't mean that he (Trump) viewers it in his mind that he was taking the approach of selling America out.

While i can't know what Trump was thinking (except "I'm Donald Trump and my Ego is the size of a planet") I would surmise that he figured his actions and cozying up with his son in law was coming from a position that his (bad) advice would benefit him and his re-election.

Remember, the dude is a boomer. He can recognize the Jewish loyalty but not be completely aware on the JQ.

He is after all a New York guy... Cozying up to Jews is part of the game, I think he thought he could cozy up to them and still play them. Sadly that clearly didn't work.
 

Gremlin

Robin
Of course he knew that Jared was a centered on his Jewish identity. Doesn't mean that he (Trump) viewers it in his mind that he was taking the approach of selling America out.

While i can't know what Trump was thinking (except "I'm Donald Trump and my Ego is the size of a planet") I would surmise that he figured his actions and cozying up with his son in law was coming from a position that his (bad) advice would benefit him and his re-election.

Remember, the dude is a boomer. He can recognize the Jewish loyalty but not be completely aware on the JQ.

He is after all a New York guy... Cozying up to Jews is part of the game, I think he thought he could cozy up to them and still play them. Sadly that clearly didn't work.
White boomers believe that their interests overlap with Jewish interests, which is true to a miniscule extent, but they refuse to see the scorpioid nature of Jews because muh Hitler, muh Nazeees and muh Jesus (no offense to Christians, but somehow in the boomer mind, their Arab Messiah somehow makes Jews their overlords).* There has never been in the history of mankind a bigger instance of cuckoldry, which is my numero uno reason for resenting boomers and Trump.

*Mods, don't ban me. I am religious.
 
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Coja Petrus Uscan

Crow
Orthodox Inquirer
Gold Member
Orange on with Glenn Beck from about 05:30:


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Max Roscoe

Pelican
Orthodox Inquirer
I don't believe in never. This nation was founded by men who proved anything is possible with God. Maybe it's on us to do some heavy lifting ourselves.
I hope you're not inferring that there is anything good or Godly about Republicans.

Yes, we will see Republican leaders again. They will be roughly 50% of the leadership, as they always have been. But that term will mean nothing. Remember that a Republican in 2021 is essentially what a Democrat was in 1970. The parties swapped most of their positions after the Civil Rights Bill (hence the insane "Dems are the Real Racists" garbage from people like Dinesh D'Souza.

In many ways, they seem to be swapping again, or at least trying to "outdo" the Dems on things like loving Trannies and Israel.

We will have Republicans, and they will be worse than the Democrats we have today. I can't think of a single good Republican position on anything.
 

get2choppaaa

Ostrich
Trump was fantastic tonight as always.

For all those who say he doesnt say anything about Ashli Babbit or Jan 6 protesters... he discussed it. Said how terrible it was, discussed the comparison to Antifa/BLM ect...

Frankly I wish he would have spent more time on it. But he did address it.

He hit the Border/ Trannies in sports/all the cultural things we care about. Sounded like he's got some good advisers back on board telling him to return to the AJ/Populist appeal compared to the Kushner garbage that really crushed him in the end.

Like a girlfriend who you cant get rid of, but sometimes treat you like crap.... we shall see how genuine this sentiment is.

Guaranteed he is running in 2024 based off the way he is talking.
 
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magaman

Woodpecker
Trump was fantastic tonight as always.

For all those who say he doesnt say anything about Ashli Babbit or Jan 6 protesters... he discussed it. Said how terrible it was, discussed the comparison to Antifa/BLM ect...

Frankly I wish he would have spent more time on it. But he did address it.

He hit the Border/ Trannies in sports/all the cultural things we care about. Sounded like he's got some good advisers back on board telling him to return to the AJ/Populist appeal compared to the Kushner garbage that really crushed him in the end.

Like a girlfriend who you cant get rid of, but sometimes treat you like crap.... we shall see how genuine this sentiment is.

Guaranteed he is running in 2024 based off the way he is talking.
I didn't even watch. Don't really care to, honestly.

Of course he's going to run. He won't win but he'll run alright and it'll just cause even more division and chaos than there already is in the social fabric for a meaningless election because they'll just rig it anyway. He had his chance and while he did a lot of good things when he was president, he ultimately didn't come through. Not all of that was his fault of course but he bears responsibility, that's what you do when you're in a position such as the leader of the (supposed) free world. You know you're going to have a big target on your back when you take on a position like that so you don't do things like involve your family in presidential affairs, because they will get threatened and very likely killed if you're not careful.

Don't put faith in men.. and don't hold out hope for narratives/psyops. Especially ones like QAnon. In my own ignorance and I guess youthful hopefulness I held out hope that rubicons would be crossed and arrests would be made.. Things didn't turn out so well in that regard but I learned from it. Even more so from being on here.
 

Jamal D

Robin
Trump was fantastic tonight as always.

For all those who say he doesnt say anything about Ashli Babbit or Jan 6 protesters... he discussed it. Said how terrible it was, discussed the comparison to Antifa/BLM ect...

Frankly I wish he would have spent more time on it. But he did address it.

He hit the Border/ Trannies in sports/all the cultural things we care about. Sounded like he's got some good advisers back on board telling him to return to the AJ/Populist appeal compared to the Kushner garbage that really crushed him in the end.

Like a girlfriend who you cant get rid of, but sometimes treat you like crap.... we shall see how genuine this sentiment is.

Guaranteed he is running in 2024 based off the way he is talking.
So 3 more years of this regime? What exactly is there left to run in 2024?

If he aims for 2024 then I am leaning hard on him being controlled opposition.
 

hedonist

Kingfisher
I didn't even watch. Don't really care to, honestly.

Of course he's going to run. He won't win but he'll run alright and it'll just cause even more division and chaos than there already is in the social fabric for a meaningless election because they'll just rig it anyway. He had his chance and while he did a lot of good things when he was president, he ultimately didn't come through. Not all of that was his fault of course but he bears responsibility, that's what you do when you're in a position such as the leader of the (supposed) free world. You know you're going to have a big target on your back when you take on a position like that so you don't do things like involve your family in presidential affairs, because they will get threatened and very likely killed if you're not careful.

Don't put faith in men.. and don't hold out hope for narratives/psyops. Especially ones like QAnon. In my own ignorance and I guess youthful hopefulness I held out hope that rubicons would be crossed and arrests would be made.. Things didn't turn out so well in that regard but I learned from it. Even more so from being on here.
Think people will fall for 81 million votes again?
 
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