Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Anything to Stop Liberty . . . be it stopping Trump, or Netanyahu

By Douglas V. Gibbs
Author, Speaker, Instructor, Radio Host

Donald J. Trump as President of the United States is a nightmare to the hard-left establishment who thought they finally had the United States on its knees and ready to succumb to the demands of the globalists and Marxists on the international stage.  In the early 1980s, Ronald Reagan did the same thing to them, setting them back decades after all of the work they had accomplished through the Council on Foreign Relations and the Trilateral Commission.  With Reagan, the second half of his conservative army that set the world right again for a moment in time was Margaret Thatcher of Great Britain.  Unfortunately, this time, the U.K. does not have the kind of leader that is willing to work with our President . . . but Israel does.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, after weathering through the presidency of Barack Obama, is ready to work with Trump, and together, the pair poses a serious threat to the powers that thought they had the world by the throat a year and a half ago when they believed Hillary Clinton was the heir apparent in the United States.  As a result, their hatred and willingness to do whatever it takes to stand in the way of Trump has extended to Netanyahu, as well.

The latest attacks against Trump, and anyone else not obedient to the establishment's wishes, has been brutal. Representative Eric Swalwell (D-CA) introduced the “Journalist Protection Act” in the House which would make attacking or intimidating journalists a federal crime. Swalwell claims President Trump has created a “toxic atmosphere” for journalists and his legislation is needed for their protection - an attempt to essentially protect the leftist message by disallowing anyone to say anything against it.  It's like Woodrow Wilson's unconstitutional sedition act in reverse.

I remember when NBC let go of Jay Leno for joking about Obama, yet all of the late night hosts have been especially brutal to Trump's administration and his supporters . . . yet none of them are worried about their jobs.  Jimmy Kimmel recently went after some friends of mine from We the People Rising, by trying to trap them on the DACA issue . . . and he failed miserably.  This isn't the first time Kimmel has been humiliated, and a crying little b*tch as a result. . . I seem to remember when street artist Sabo nailed Kimmel with his "Estrogen Hour" laughers, and "Cry-Baby" art mere months ago.  Then there was the time about four months ago when idiot Kimmel tried to attack the 2nd Amendment with his “our forefathers wanted us to have AK-47s is the argument, I assume” comment . . . the answer is, "Yes, we should have the same fire-power the government has, if it is our duty to use our firearms as a defense against potential government tyranny." While Kimmel was suggesting that the Founders didn’t understand modern technology, and therefore, arguments about why they set out to defend gun rights in the Bill of Rights don’t apply to today - it only proved how much of a moron he really is. It wasn't about understanding new technology, it was about understanding human nature and the potential of tyranny.  I liked Kimmel better on The Man Show.

Letterman's replacement, the once prince of Comedy Central Stephen Colbert, was willing to go into a rant laced with profanity to allege Trump has a lack of a soul - simply revealing his hatred, and lack of any class.

Google was even in on all of the madness, doing what they could to rig the 2016 Election.

What would you expect from the leftists in media and entertainment when you even have the New York Times embracing communism:

In fact, all of the liberal media has been lately revealing their love of communism as they recently fawned over North Korea's communists during the Olympics broadcasts.  Just look at their latest love-affair with North Korea's Propaganda Minister, a.k.a. North Korean pudgy dictator Kim Jong Un's sister, a.k.a. Kim Yo Jong:

For some reason the presence of the North Korean dictator and his sister reminded me more of Adolph Hitler and Evan Braun, than it did of the charms and delights the liberal media saw in it.

The attacks against liberty by the leftists of the world, be it through media, or attempts to remove our president from office, isn't only being levied against President Trump and his supporters.  As I said earlier, they hate Trump's ally in Israel, as well.  Benjamin Netanyahu is under attack, and this one seems much like a straight out attempt at a military coup through Israel's police.

As with the "Impeach Trump" campaign, a similar thing is going on in Israel because Netanyahu is also a danger to a worldwide establishment seeking global governance through a Marxist tyranny.  

Rather than collusion with the Russians, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is being threatened to be indicted for bribery, fraud, and breach of trust in a pair of corruption cases - of which Netanyahu calls “unfounded” and “outrageous.”  He claims he's innocent and that he will continue to lead Israel for years to come.

In a recent televised speech he said that throughout his life he has always worked solely and strictly to benefit the State of Israel and its security, and was not influenced by gifts he is alleged to have received in exchange for advancing businessmen’s interests.

“The only thing that motivates me is the interest of the state,” he said. His actions, he said, were “not for cigars from a friend. Not for press coverage. Not for anything. Just for the state.”

Netanyahu’s speech came minutes before police published their recommendations for his indictment in two years-long corruption investigations, known as cases 1000 and 2000.

During his speech, Netanyahu cast doubt on the objectivity of police investigators, following Israel Police Commissioner Roni Alsheich’s assertion last week that private sleuths tried to dig up dirt on police investigating Netanyahu.

“It is impossible to break free from the impression that the [police recommendations] were influenced by the unfounded feelings of interrogators that I acted against him,” he said. The investigation simply could not have been “objective,” he claimed.

“Therefore it is no surprise that these are the recommendations,” he said, alleging that they had been predetermined from the start of the probe.

Netanyahu's allies say that nothing can happen legally unless the Attorney General initiates it, and that simply won't be the case.

Following protocol, the police recommendations are heading to Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit, who will have to decide whether to indict Netanyahu on any or all of the suggested charges.

Netanyahu says he has long been a victim of “slander,” and that some 15 probes that have been opened into his conduct over the years were part of an effort “to topple him from power.”

“All these attempts, without exception, ended with nothing. Because I know the truth, I am telling you all that also this time they will end without anything,” he said.

“These recommendations have no status in a democratic state,” the prime minister added, noting that a substantial proportion of cases in which police recommend prosecution end without charges brought.

Directly addressing the allegations against him, Netanyahu vehemently denied accepting gifts from anyone in exchange for political favors.

Netanyahu said he was confident that the prosecution would recognize that the police recommendations to indict him are without foundation, that “the truth will out,” and that his government will see out its term. He vowed to continue to “advance Israel as a rising power.”

-- Political Pistachio Conservative News and Commentary

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