The Real Treasonous, Cowardly Scumbag. Trump Appears to Be A Zionist Puppet. Appears Trump is Paying Political Debt to ZIONIST ADELSON.

Trump vs. Bergdahl: Which one is the treasonous, cowardly scumbag?

A question to ponder


By Kevin BarrettVeterans Today Editor

Donald Trump just tweeted that Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl should be in prison and it’s a “complete and total disgrace” that he isn’t doing hard time. Many people feel the same way about Trump.

I’m not talking about “Russia-gate.” That Establishment propaganda campaign demonizing Trump as a Russian agent is a joke, given the way other foreign interests, starting with the Israelis, totally own and operate our political system. Putin, who is pushing back against the unipolar NWO while trying to keep a lid on the crime oligarchs’ power in Russia, is more of a good guy than a bad guy.


Trump has been cavorting with mobsters for most of his adult life—and routinely doing business with them. (“The gambling industry” is a euphemism for money laundering.) There are many plausible reports of Trump hanging around with Jeffrey Epstein and raping underage girls, hiring prostitutes to urinate on beds the previous president slept in, behaving boorishly and perhaps criminally toward grown women, and generally engaging in the sort of excesses not untypical of arrogant wealthy men who move in organized crime circles.

So the “scumbag” part of “treasonous cowardly scumbag” would seem to apply to Trump, not Bergdahl. How about the label “cowardly”?

Bergdahl is accused of getting fed up with the horrific war crimes (and general idiocy) of the corrupt, heroin-centered Afghan war effort, leaving his base, and allowing himself to be “captured” by the Afghan resistance. Here is his final pre-defection email to his parents:

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The future is too good to waste on lies. And life is way too short to care for the damnation of others, as well as to spend it helping fools with their ideas that are wrong. I have seen their ideas and I am ashamed to even be american. The horror of the self-righteous arrogance that they thrive in. It is all revolting. […] [Three good sergeants had been forced to move to another company] […] and one of the biggest shit bags is being put in charge of the team. […] [My battalion commander was] a conceited old fool. […] In the US army you are cut down for being honest… but if you are a conceited brown nosing shit bag you will be allowed to do what ever you want, and you will be handed your higher rank… The system is wrong. I am ashamed to be an american. And the title of US soldier is just the lie of fools. … The US army is the biggest joke the world has to laugh at. It is the army of liars, backstabbers, fools, and bullies. The few good SGTs are getting out as soon as they can, […] I am sorry for everything here. These people need help, yet what they get is the most conceited country in the world telling them that they are nothing and that they are stupid, that they have no idea how to live… We don’t even care when we hear each other talk about running their children down in the dirt streets with our armored trucks… We make fun of them in front of their faces, and laugh at them for not understanding we are insulting them […] I am sorry for everything. The horror that is america is disgusting. There are a few more boxes coming to you guys. Feel free to open them, and use them.[2]:4

It takes guts to face the truth. It takes guts to tell the truth. And it takes guts to leave the safety and security of a terminally corrupt US Army base and walk unarmed into Taliban territory. So whatever else you may say about Sgt. Bergdahl, he definitely is not a coward. Its the guys who save their own asses by nodding and winking at the war crimes going on all around them who are the cowards.

And Donald Trump is the Coward-in-Chief.

What is it about America that we keep electing chicken-hawk draft dodgers? Bush II avoided real service through a National Guard sinecure —which ended due to (a) a cocaine bust, and (b) his coke-addled inability to fly a plane. (Yes, the correct answer is “both of the above.”)

Dick Cheney is an even more disgusting chicken hawk. He enrolled at the University of Wisconsin just in time to get a student deferment. The minute they started drafting unmarried students (but not married ones) he married Lynne. Then when they started drafting married students with no children he immediately conceived his first child. That’s right: “Cheney’s eldest daughter, Elizabeth Cheney, likely owes her very existence to her father’s avoidance of the Vietnam draft.”


Whatever else you say about John McCain, the proverbial songbird of the Hanoi Hilton, son of the treasonous Admiral who covered up the USS Liberty massacre for Israel, good friend and patron of ISIS, etc. etc. … at least McCain had the guts to risk being shot down over Vietnam (which of course is not exactly an admirable display of courage since he did it as part of a holocaust against the Vietnamese people).

But Trump didn’t get his “bone spur” deferments out of principled resistance to the Vietnamese holocaust. On the contrary, he would have happily incinerated Vietnamese people, or anyone else, as long as he didn’t have to risk his own sorry narcissistic-psychopathic ass.


And how about the final count in our indictment—treason?

The United States of America is based on a set of ideals bequeathed to us by the Founding Fathers. One serves the nation honorably to the extent one defends those ideals; and one commits treason against the United States of America to the extent one betrays those ideals.

Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl was courageously defending the highest ideals of the American Republic when he walked out of that Army base in Afghanistan. All of the American Founding Fathers would have done the same thing. After all, the USA was born in a rebellion against Empire. We are the most congenitally anti-imperialist nation on earth. Even the notion of a Standing Army (not to mention an income tax to support it) was anathema to the Founders. They would be rolling over in their graves if they could see how their descendants have repeatedly committed the supreme war crime by invading sovereign nations like Afghanistan, establishing 900 military bases all over the globe, and generally behaving like the British of 1776 only several billion times worse.

And then there is the small matter of the Bill of Rights, the living heart of our Constitution. Or at least it was living, until the architects of the Afghan and Iraq wars blew up the World Trade Center and murdered it.

Trump already knew on September 11th, 2001 that it was an inside job, that it wasn’t “hijacked planes” we saw, that buildings could not fall down that way without explosives.

And yet since then he has kept his mouth shut. He has not gone after the perpetrators of this atrocity, or the series of atrocities that inevitably followed. On the contrary, he is ratcheting up the atrocities. He intends a tenfold increase in America’s stock of nuclear weapons. He has massively escalated the criminal invasion-occupation of Afghanistan. He is setting the stage for Netanyahu’s war with Iran, which would be a vastly bigger disaster than the debacle in Iraq.

Trump has uttered nary a peep about exposing 9/11 and restoring Constitutional governance. He has never said a word about Israel’s dominance of the US political system and media. Like the rest of the political class in Washington, DC, Trump has committed treason, is committing treason every day, against the Constitution of the United States of America.

So please join me in a truly patriotic battle cry:

Trump AND Hillary for prison!

Bowe Bergdahl for President!

Sheldon Adelson backs Trump trip to Israel after $100m pledge, sources say

The multibillionaire and Republican Jewish Coalition are arranging visit before July convention, as Adelson also plans to donate millions to Super Pacs for GOP congressional campaigns, conservative sources told the Guardian

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 Sheldon Adelson said in an email on Monday that Donald Trump will be a ‘tremendous president when it comes to the safety and security of Israel’. Photograph: John Locher/AP

Conservative and big-money allies of Donald Trump are laying the groundwork for him to visit Israel this summer, an idea backed by Republican mega-donor Sheldon Adelson, who recently indicated in a meeting with the candidate that he would provide about $100m to help Trump win the presidency, conservative sources have told the Guardian.

Three conservative sources with strong ties to Adelson say that the multibillionaire has touted the merits of a Trump trip to Israel, and planning has begun, though nothing has been finalized. “I’m sure Sheldon suggested the trip,” said one conservative donor close to Adelson.

Mort Klein, who runs the Zionist Organization of America and is close to Adelson, told the Guardian that Trump’s point man for Israel, Jason Greenblatt, informed him several weeks ago that Trump was “going to go there [Israel] before the [GOP] convention” which begins on 18 July.

Trump canceled one trip in December after the Israeli prime minister, Binyamin Netanyahu, with whom Adelson is close, publicly scolded the candidate for his proposed temporary ban on Muslims coming to the US. Since that tiff, Trump has indicated several times that he planned to go soon after the general election, assuming he wins in November.

Now, Adelson and some members of the Republican Jewish Coalition, a conservative pro-Israel group that he has long bankrolled, are lending a hand to arrange a Trump visit similar to one that Mitt Romney made in the early summer of 2012 when he met Netanyahu, sources say. During the visit, Adelson and several other wealthy RJC board members flew over to attend a major fundraiser that benefited Romney.

“There are no plans for a visit at this time,” said Hope Hicks, a spokeswoman for the Trump campaign, in a statement. But Hicks declined to say whether there had been discussions about – or early planning for – an Israel trip this summer.

Trump himself told an Adelson-owned newspaper in Israel last week that “I will be coming [to Israel] soon,” as part of a trip which might occur post convention to a few countries.

Adelson’s decision to commit some $100m to help Trump – which is likely to go to one or more Super Pac – was driven heavily by his view that Trump would be a “tremendous president” when it comes to Israel, as he recently stated in an emailto RJC board members, plus other issues.

While the $100m Adelson reportedly plans to spend to help Trump will represent the bulk of his 2016 election giving, the casino baron is also likely to provide tens of millions more to help GOP congressional candidates, as he has done in recent elections, say three sources close to Adelson.

Those donations are expected to go to a mix of Super Pacs and politically active non-profits – including some he’s helped before – which, unlike campaigns, can accept unlimited checks from corporations, individuals and unions.

A political adviser to Adelson did not respond to requests for comment on his plans to help congressional candidates or where his pro-Trump funding would go.

It’s not clear whether Adelson’s total giving this election season will equal the $150m that the casino owner and his wife Miriam gave to a mix of Super Pacs and not-for-profit groups in 2012, including such giants as the Koch brothers backed Americans for Prosperity and the Karl Rove backed Crossroads GPS. Non-profits, unlike Super Pacs, don’t have to disclose their donors, but by law can’t spend the majority of their funds on political activity.

Adelson’s huge promise of support for Trump capped months of mulling about who to back by the often mercurial Las Vegas billionaire, whose net worth is pegged at $26bn, and was something of a political calculus.

Three conservative sources tell the Guardian that the Adelson decision came after getting reassuring reports from a few longtime close allies, including the former House speaker Newt Gingrich, a major Trump booster and reportedly a potential vice-presidential candidate who has signaled his interest in the No 2 slot. “I think Newt’s been trying to sell Sheldon on Trump for months,” said one GOP operative.

Another Adelson confidant who also provided him with some reassurance was Klein of the Zionist Organization of America, which has long benefited from Adelson’s largesse.

Klein told the Guardian that he met this spring with Trump’s Israel point man Jason Greenblatt, an orthodox Jew and a longtime real estate lawyer for Trump. After discussing key issues of concern about Israel, Klein said he was convinced that Greenblatt “cares deeply about Israel”, and he passed along his perceptions to Adelson.

Nonetheless, Adelson’s pledge to back Trump came despite an unorthodox and bumpy courtship by the reality TV and real estate tycoon including an awkward address Trump delivered last December before the Republican Jewish Coalition meeting in Washington.

Trump sparked criticism when he told the RJC that he would be “neutral” in talks between the Israelis and the Palestinians, a stance that many hawkish groups such as the RJC disparage, and made other comments that drew negative reviews.

To some close allies of Adelson, backing Trump is at best a risky and unpleasant option. “At the moment, the only thing I’m certain about is that I’ll vote for Trump and hold my nose and pray,” Michael Epstein, a board member of the RJC, told the Guardian, adding that he intended to put his energies into helping GOP congressional candidates.

Another RJC member, former senator Norm Coleman, has voiced deeper misgivings about Trump. Colemanchairs a Super Pac and a not-for-profit group that supports GOP House members that Adelson has historically financed with millions. “Anybody who is lauded by David Duke, Vladimir Putin and Jean-Marie Le Pen I can’t support,” Coleman told the Guardian, right before Trump gave a much better-received talk in March to the powerful American Israel Public Affairs Committee. “They’re listening to his dog whistles and responding favorably, which frightens me.”

But Adelson’s decision to support Trump is expected to give a lift to Trump’s overall fundraising operation, which has recently begun shifting its public stance of opposing unlimited donations for Super Pacs. Trump spent months during the primaries bashing Super Pacs and big donors as he tried to portray himself as a populist opposed to big money in politics, a move that seemed to boost his appeal. Trump even ridiculed Adelson at one point last year: Trump tweeted that Adelson wanted to make Senator Marco Rubio, who early on Adelson was expected to back, into his “perfect little puppet”, via the prospect of large donations.

Sheldon Adelson is looking to give big dollars to Rubio because he feels he can mold him into his perfect little puppet. I agree!

Earlier this month, Adelson wrote an op-ed in the Washington Post urging GOP leaders and other donors to back Trump.


And on Monday the casino mogul emailed a few dozen of his fellow Republican Jewish Coalition board members making similar pleas.

In his email, Adelson conceded that “like many of you I do not agree with him on every issue”, but he stressed that Trump will be a “tremendous president when it comes to the safety and security of Israel”.

Still, some outside observers say Adelson’s support for Trump seems ironic given the strong following he has among some white supremacist groups known for their antisemitism, and Trump’s hesitancy at times in distancing himself from known hate groups.

“There’s no question that the constituencies that Trump and the Klan appeal to overlap,” says Mark Potok, a senior fellow with the Southern Poverty Law Center which tracks hate groups in America. “There’s a certain irony in Sheldon Adelson backing Trump who’s so beloved by raving antisemites.”

Adelson’s decision about when to open his big wallet this year is markedly different than four years ago. This year, Adelson opted to sit out the primaries, unlike in 2012 when he early on backed his longtime political ally Gingrich, and almost single-handedly kept his candidacy alive for a few months by donating $15m to pro-Gingrich Super Pacs, before the Georgia congressman bowed out. Adelson and his wife then gave $30m to a pro-Romney Super Pac.

This election cycle, Adelson met Trump in December when a GOP debate was being held in Las Vegas at one of Adelson’s casinos. After their talk Adelson proclaimed him “very charming”.

And in February, after another Las Vegas event honoring former New York mayor and Trump supporter Rudy Giuliani, a tape recording of Adelson remarks surfaced. After noting that “Trump is a businessman. I’m a businessman,” Adelson quipped: “Why not?” when asked about the prospect of supporting Trump.

Earlier this month, after Trump became the presumptive nominee, Adelson on a trip to New York for a Jewish charity met Trump at the St Regis hotel and promised he’d back him with some $100m as the New York Times first reported.

It’s not clear yet when the Adelson funds will flow and which of a few pro-Trump Super Pacs may be the major beneficiary. Sources say that in addition to two leading Super Pacs, the Great America Pac and the Committee for American Sovereignty, a third Super Pac is poised to launch that will have the blessing of the candidate and his newly appointed campaign chairman, Paul Manafort. This new Super Pac is said to be eyeing a prominent role for longtime Trump friend Tom Barrack, a west coast private equity investor who is separately hosting a Trump campaign fundraiser this month, and could become the chief outside group.

Sources tell the Guardian that a pro-Trump not-for-profit group that would not be required to disclose its donors is also in the works.

While Adelson’s faith in Trump’s pro-Israel bona fides and the desire to ensure that Hillary Clinton doesn’t win the election have been the primary factors driving the 82-year-old Las Vegas magnate’s thinking, some of Trump’s pro-business positions jibe with long-held stances of Adelson’s too.

One key example: Trump, who has long used union labor in his projects, has recently voiced support for anti-union so-called “right to work” laws, a cause that Adelson has long supported and helped to finance. Right before the South Carolina primary, Trump told a local radio network, “I love the right to work. You are not paying the big fees to unions.”

Trump’s conversion to right to work laws could help endear him further to Adelson, who is famously known for owning the only non-unionized casinos in Sin City.

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My Comment:  Adelson funded Trump’s Presidential bid.  He is a ZIONIST!

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