Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Trumps Speech Just Latest Effort in Covert US Strategy to Destroy United Nations

White House Chief of Staff John Kelly, left, reacts as he
and First Lady Melania Trump listens as U.S. President
Donald Trump speaks during the 72nd session of the
United Nations General Assembly at U.N. headquarters,
Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2017. AP Images 

From the Business

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said that she "would certainly not read anything" into photos of White House Chief of Staff John Kelly looking distressed during President Donald Trump's speech at the United Nations on Tuesday.

Kelly, who is known to be a strict disciplinarian, was photographed with his hand on his forehead and looking at the ground during the fiery speech, in which Trump called the North Korean leader "rocket man" and said he was on "a suicide mission." He also said that if the rogue nation does not dial back its nuclear program, the US would "have no choice but to totally destroy North Korea," a country of 25 million people." 

You really have to wonder about the "Trump Administration".  Did White House Chief of Staff John Kelly not get the memo?  Does he not know what the longstanding USrael agenda is for the United Nations?  Does he not know that the perps who occupy the control tower of the US government have had it in for the United Nations for at least two Administrations?

I have been saying for more than a year now that the United States wants the United Nations to collapse into disarray...just like their targeted countries (Libya, Iraq, Afghanistan...and Syria...which avoided that destiny, so far).  Several years ago, I started to say that there was a covert civil war going on in the bowels of the US government.  So far as I could see in the blogosphere, nobody else saw the signs of this internecine war.  Then just last year everybody saw it.  Perhaps this is the same thing. Nobody is seeing the overall "big picture" of the USrael's goal to destroy the official arbiter of Internation Law.  It is not "rocket science" to understand why.  Once International Law is destroyed it is going to be a chaotic free-for-all, where the laws of the jungle apply and the US...with its overwhelming military force is expected to prevail.  

So, in that light, Trump's speech to the United Nations General Assembly makes absolute sense.  Along with the recent appointments of insane harridan witches to the position of US Ambassador to the UN (Power and Haley) the atrocious Trump speech is the equivalent of a carefully timed car bomb set off in the General Assembly Hall.

Here is a report from CNN (accompanied by photos) of the various delegation's reactions to the stupid, bully-in-the-school yard, grade five level Trump speech:


(CNN)As President Donald Trump took the world stage Tuesday at the United Nations General Assembly to deliver a speech, world leaders were stoic and quiet, barely reacting to his remarks about their countries. It was the first time Trump spoke to UN leaders as President.
In his 41-minute address, Trump vowed to "totally destroy North Korea" if the US and its allies were forced defend themselves.

North Korea UN Seats were empty
"Rocket Man is on a suicide mission for himself and for his regime," Trump said. "The United States is ready, willing and able, but hopefully this will not be necessary. That's what the United Nations is all about; that's what the United Nations is for. Let's see how they do."
Television cameras panned briefly to members representing North Korea, but the two seats were vacant.

Iranian Delegation Listens to Trump Speech
Trump then took on the Iranian government, saying it was "a corrupt dictatorship behind the false guise of a democracy." As the US President railed against the country's leadership, televisions cameras filmed as a member of Iranian delegation fiddled with a cellphone, then slipped on eyeglasses. The delegate listened intently and focused on Trump as he described the Iran deal: "the worst and most one-sided transactions the United States has ever entered into."
The delegate's reaction was shared by other members. 

Venezuelan Delegation Listens to Trump Speech
Members of the Venezuelan delegation sat with their arms crossed as Trump described the country's leadership, under President Nicolás Maduro, as a "corrupt regime" that has "destroyed a prosperous nation by ideology that has produced poverty and misery everywhere it has been tried."

Israeli Delegation Listens to Trump Speech
Following the speech, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu tweeted that he had never heard a "bolder or more courageous speech" in his time at the UN." 

    I  must confess I didn't watch Trump's speech myself.  I swore off watching him speak ever since he bombed Syria as an after dinner "entertainment" for his Mar-a-Lago guests.  I did watch Turkish President Erdogan's speech, however.  I thought it was good.  Delivered with the appropriate respect for the listeners and gravitas for the setting and occasion.  Erdogan obviously values this International Forum.

    Erdogan Listens to Trump Speech

    I would be interested to know what was going through Erdogan's mind as he was listening to Trump's speech in the photo above.  I'm sure it was something like:  "I wonder if there's something wrong with the English-to-Turkish translator...I can't believe I'm hearing this!"

    Russian Delegation Listens to Trump Speech

    Russian Federation Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, ever the consummate diplomat, later described the speech as "remarkable".  Yes indeedy.  Remarkable it certainly was.  So is a fart in a crowded elevator.  But, as I say, when you look at the overall goal of the USrael was a highly successful speech.

    Here is the response to Trump's speech from an average (except for the fact that he's intelligent and articulate) American.  I have copied a snippet from Stephen Lendman's latest post:

    .....The US public is deplorably ignorant and indifferent to the diabolical agenda of the nation’s leadership – the same under both right wings of its duopoly government, hellbent to rule the world, most Americans none the wiser, brainwashed by political and television talking heads.

    During the Cold War years, Washington got along with Soviet Russia, even if uneasily at times. Nixon went to China. Today relations with both countries are more dismal and dangerous than any previous time, possible nuclear war ominously real by accident or US design.

    In my 9th decade, I may never live long enough to witness how things turn out. Will America be consumed by its arrogance and hubris? Is catastrophic nuclear war inevitable? Will humanity survive or perish?

    Current US leadership is megalomaniacal. Bipartisan congressional hawks overwhelm cooler heads. Was evolutionary development over countless millennia all for naught? Is humanity doomed because of America’s diabolical rage for unlimited wealth and unchallenged dominance? Does mass annihilation await us all?

    Today’s deplorable state should scare everyone. The only solution is popular revolution. Nothing else can work.

    Elections are farcical when held, a waste of time, always turning out the same way, monied interests and warmakers winning every time, never peace, equity and justice advocates.The road to hell is paved with ill-intentions, the sinister ones America’s ruling class pursues. If things don’t change, we’re all doomed."


    Lendman has arrived at the same conclusion that I reached after hearing about the "substance" of Trump's speech.  It is, amongst other atrocities, the final indication that the "Democractic Republic" is beyond saving.  America is lost.  As Lendman summarizes:

    Today’s deplorable state should scare everyone. The only solution is popular revolution. Nothing else can work.

    This is not to say that Americans chose the wrong candidate in the last (s)election.  I believe Hillary would have been exponentially worse than Trump.  At least Trump has been so ham-handed that he has divided the perp-infested government into a state of virtual paralysis.

    The only solution for the United States IS revolution...but if any brave patriots were to even start talking about such a remedy...they would be infested and sabotaged in a heartbeat by the Soros that's dead end.

    With regard to the United Nations.  It may come to doing what I've long been suggesting...remove it from the United States and set it up on an island somewhere.  Somewhere where no one country has a proprietary sense of entitlement.  The United Nations, as the repository of International Law, may have to eventually consider the unthinkable--going it alone without the rogue United States.

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