18 May, 2016

Donald Trump Meets With Jewish Diplomat Henry Kissinger

Posted by Socrates in Israel, jewed culture, jewed foreign policy, jewed politics, Jewish 'experts', Kissinger, Socrates, Trump, Zionism at 2:49 pm | Permanent Link

Kissinger: “Now, Mr. Trump, as an expert on American foreign policy, I must tell you: if you become president, don’t do anything…well…anything radical in your foreign policy, such as, ohhh, helping to create a Palestinian state. Trust me, Mr. Trump, there are some things that are totally taboo and entirely off limits! I’m sure you understand. Also, this ‘America first’ slogan of yours: it’s very problematic and very backwards. How about changing it to ‘Israel first and America second.’ How about that?”

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  7. 3 Responses to “Donald Trump Meets With Jewish Diplomat Henry Kissinger”

    1. J├╝rgen Says:

      I hope Donald places cuffs on that zionist war criminal and hauls him to justice.

    2. fd Says:

      Kissinger is a Turko-Mongolian Jew. His accomplishments under the Nixon administration is best described as non-stop conversation with no results. Jews are mostly placed in the middle position to carry out necessary evils.

    3. Leviticus Jackson Says:

      Just because Trump has met with Kissinger doesn’t mean he listened to what he was saying. Trump is an expert strategist, as the Republican candidate, there are certain traditions and protocols that he is expected to do. If we next hear he goes to the Lincoln memorial to kiss the statue of Lincoln’s hand, it’s just one of those things and he knows full well that he needs to be seen as respectable by the powers that be.