December 27, 2018
Finally, the New York Times has come out and admitted that the entire backlash to President Trump’s pullout of Syria is a Jewish backlash based on the interests of the Jewish state.
What Israel most needs from the U.S. today is what it needed at its birth: an America committed to defending the liberal-international order against totalitarian enemies, not one that conducts a transactional foreign policy: My column in @nytopinion: https://t.co/iFQ0Qn5GDJ
— Bret Stephens (@BretStephensNYT) December 27, 2018
“But what about the $38 billion?” should be a good response to Jewish media demands that America fight a never-ending series of endless wars for the Jews.
However, no response qualifies as “good” when you are attempting to skirt meeting the demands of the Jews.
Jeb Bush won’t let up either.
— Jeb Bush (@JebBush) December 27, 2018
You will have that sonovabitch gnawing at your ankles, whatever you do.
So, you know – fuck it.
Nothing to lose here.
Donald Trump has told Benjamin Netanyahu that the US is paying billions of dollars a year for Israeli security, and that Tel Aviv should not be worried about losing its influence in the region after US troops withdraw from Syria.
“I spoke with Bibi [Benjamin Netanyahu]. I told Bibi, you know we give Israel 4.5 billion dollars a year. And they are doing very well at defending themselves,” Trump told reporters on his way back from Iraq where he paid a surprise visit to US soldiers stationed there. “We are going to take great care of Israel. Israel is going to be good,” US president added, replying to a question on how his announced withdrawal from Syria will impact Israel.
Israel, already the largest recipient of American foreign aid since World War II, managed during the presidency of Barack Obama to secure another $38 billion military aid package over the next 10 years. This amount, however, fell short of the annual $4.5 billion that Netanyahu had been seeking. Last year, US aid to Israel amounted to nearly $3.2 billion and is expected to rise once the new deal starts in FY2019.
As much as I like to believe that Trump pulled out of Syria because his base wanted it, it may well simply be that he is angry with the Jews.
Which I also am okay with as a line of reasoning, mind you.
He made this whole massive effort to do outreach to Jews, and they just attacked him even worse. Jews were even attacking him for doing things for the Jews.
He recently did an interview with WaPo saying that the only reason we are in the Middle East is Israel.
Why is the U.S. in the Middle East?
According to Trump, it is because of Israel.
President Trump explains that the main reason for staying in the Middle East is to defend Israel. See this Wash Post interview:https://t.co/omyqUmYtbi
— Joshua Landis (@joshua_landis) December 18, 2018
He said it neutral, matter-of-fact way, but saying “we’re in the Middle East because of Israel” is always a way of saying “Jews dictate our foreign policy.”
Here’s the money quote:
Now, are we going to stay in that part of the world? One reason to is Israel. Oil is becoming less and less of a reason because we’re producing more oil now than we’ve ever produced. So, you know, all of a sudden it gets to a point where you don’t have to stay there.
I said it: there is nothing to be gained by trying to appease the Jews, because they are unappeasable.
And he seems to be beginning to understand this.
The Jews are now moaning about the Kurds.
"I hope that the international community will prevent [Turkey] from massacring the Kurds," Israel's justice minister said. https://t.co/oxXxMGrZxQ
— Algemeiner (@Algemeiner) December 25, 2018
If Jews had given him anything – just one thing – the embassy move, the ongoing drama with the Saudi Prince, the Michael Flynn debacle, even the Syria occupation could be CONSIDERED AND WEIGHED to see what the value of it is. But there is NOTHING TO WEIGH. Jews have given Donald Trump ABSOLUTELY NOTHING and have instead come together as a race to attempt to crush him.
The jig is up.