June 23, 2019
It turns out, most people on earth don’t like the idea of starting a massive war with Iran in order to forward the brutal expansionist agenda of the Jews.
Lawrence J. Haas, senior fellow at the American Foreign Policy Council, writes for The Hill:
President Trump’s opportunity at next week’s G-20 summit to reset U.S. relations with close allies is a particularly timely one, for it comes as Washington suffers the downsides of its frayed relations in connection with one of its biggest global challenges of the moment — its rising tensions with Iran.
After launching a pressure campaign against Iran by withdrawing from the 2015 global nuclear deal and re-imposing economic sanctions that are squeezing Iran’s economy and causing serious hardship among its people, Washington is now blaming Tehran for recent attacks on tankers in the Gulf of Oman and sending another 1,000 troops to the region to monitor Iranian activities and protect the troops already there.
And yet, in its efforts to force Tehran to negotiate new limits on its nuclear and ballistic missile programs, and to abandon its wicked ways in the region and beyond, it is Washington that finds itself largely alone.
Particularly telling are the suspicions in European capitals and elsewhere that Trump’s fingering of Tehran for the tanker attacks looks eerily like the events of 1964 that prompted the Gulf of Tonkin resolution — which gave President Lyndon Johnson broad authority to wage the Vietnam War but which later raised suspicions that he invented or exaggerated the North Vietnamese attack that drove the resolution.
“There’s a lot of suspicion in Europe about American motives,” a French defense analyst told the New York Times in a sentiment echoed by others. “The maritime milieu is especially susceptive to manipulation — remember the Gulf of Tonkin.”
In essence, the chickens of Trump’s unilateralism, his efforts to pressure U.S. allies to back his policies rather than convince them to do so, his threats to impose tariffs on them if he doesn’t get his way, his sometimes sizable swings in policy on such issues as North Korea’s nuclear program, and his propensity to slight the leaders of allied nations on a personal level, are all coming home to roost.
He goes on to assure the reader that the tanker attacks were not a false flag hoax.
But obviously they were, and obviously everyone knows that. Further, it is obvious that the US purposefully intended for everyone to know this, other than stupid, fat American GOYIM.
This was an attack on a Japanese ship (and a Norwegian one apparently, though were aren’t hearing about that one) while the PM of Japan was in Iran. This was a warning not only to Japan, but to the entire world: if you interfere with our Jew war agenda, we will attack you and blame it on one of our enemies.
I’m convinced that this was in fact the main purpose of the event. There is no other reason to make it so absurd, other than to send a message to world leaders.
Can the Trump Administration actually use whatever is left of US power to pressure the rest of the world into going along with this war?
I don’t know?