Donald Trump National Address: “We Aren’t Nation-Building Again, We Are Killing Terrorists”

by Jeff Berwick, The Dollar Vigilante:

Fear not, Donald Trump is just trying to rid the world of those pesky terrorists. But, wait a minute, if he’s using violence to annihilate the “terrorism” the US government created with the help of the CIA, Mossad, and Saudi Arabia, then who really are the terrorists?

That was a rhetorical question; we already know that all wars are a complete racket and that the major aim of all this violence is to continue to destabilize the middle eastern countries and continue to prop up the military industrial complex. Oh, and guard the poppy fields of course.

The US government, then, is complicit in funding and committing terrorism in order to money launder extorted funds (taxes) to corporations that have bribed US politicians in order to protect their heroin monopoly drug dealing business.

Am I the only one who feels like he is taking crazy pills that no one seems to notice this?

It is the same old story in Afghanistan where the US occupation has been raging for nearly 17 years. The longest “war” in US history… Except it isn’t a war. A war needs two armies. It’s just… well, I already told you what it is.

And now, US-terrorist-in-chief Donald Trump has just announced that rather than pulling troops from Afghanistan he will roll out a new “strategy” to try and “win” the country’s longest war - a war that many point out never was meant to be won. This, of course, is a complete contradiction of many of Trump’s earlier tweets where he praised Ron Paul’s viewpoint on the issue and was outspoken about how going into Iraq and Afghanistan were horrible ideas.

A politician lying to get elected? Shocking!

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Apparently, Trump has changed his mind now that he is President Trump. In this national propaganda address he stated; “Ultimately, it is up to the people of Afghanistan to take ownership of their future, to govern their society, and to achieve an everlasting peace. We are a partner and a friend, but we will not dictate to the Afghan people how to live or how to govern their own complex society. We are not nation building again. We are killing terrorists.”

This is what Ron Paul had to say in a letter address to friends of the Ron Paul institute:

“Like me, many of you watched President Trump’s train wreck of a speech on Afghanistan earlier tonight. It’s nearly midnight and I am still reeling.

I guess it was too much to ask to hear him admit the obvious and draw the obvious conclusions: After 16 years - the longest war in US history - no one even remembers what we are fighting for in Afghanistan. The war is over. Not another American (or innocent Afghan) life for one of the most convoluted and idiotic wars in history!

Trump of 2012 and 2013 said just that. Candidate Trump said just that. Then tonight he told us that once you sit in the chair in the Oval Office, you see things differently. What does that mean? Once elected you betray your promises so as to please the deep state?”

Which political commentator warned that Trump would be no different from O’Bomber or Bush?

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