Globalists and communists everywhere, such as Slimes's scribbler and TV gadfly
David Sanger (cough cough), have got their pink panties up in a bunch over Orange
Man's unabashed and repeated use of the term, "America First." Sanger's distortion of both the term's
true meaning and the history surrounding it merits a strong rebuttal of some of its ugliest excerpts from yours truly and
his ferocious feline sidekick here. Hazmat suits and goggles on, into Sulzberger's cesspool of socialist sedition we go.
Sleazy Sanger spews his stinky slander
on CNN, PBS and NBC
Sanger: America, and the world, just found out what “America
First” means. President Trump could have used his inaugural address to define one of the touchstone phrases of his
campaign in the most inclusive way, arguing, as did many of his predecessors, that as the world’s greatest superpower
rises, its partners will also prosper.
Rebuttal: Why should Orange
Man have to water down his Americanism in an "inclusive way" for the
rest of the world? He is President of the United States, not "the world."
Sanger: Instead, he chose a dark,
hard-line alternative, ...
Rebuttal: "Dark" -- "hardline."
Oh dear; here it comes.
Sanger: ... one that appeared
to herald the end of a 70-year American experiment to shape a world that would be eager to follow its lead.
... one that appeared to herald the end of a 70-year old Globalist scheme to dominate the world as it was forced
to follow America's lead.
Sanger: In Mr. Trump’s vision, America’s new strategy is to win every
transaction and confrontation.
Rebuttal: Wouldn't that be better than losing
every transaction and confrontation? Actually, Orange Man believes in win-win for all parties to a negotiation.
Sanger: “From this day forward, it’s going to be only America first,”
he said, in a line that resonated around the world as soon as he uttered it from the steps of the Capitol. “We must
protect our borders from the ravages of other countries making our products, stealing our companies and destroying our jobs.”
Tell it Orange
Man, tell it!
Sanger: Until today, American policy has been a complete rejection of the America
First rallying cry that the famed flier Charles Lindbergh championed when, in the late 1930s, he became one of the most prominent
voices to keep the United States out of Europe’s wars, even if it meant abandoning the country’s closest allies.
Rebuttal: Is there something wrong with seeking to
avoid war? Lindbergh knew what the deceitful FDR was up to and sought to warn the public about his scheme to drag the U.S.
into another bloodbath. Therefore, to oppose Lindbergh is to support the lying of FDR.
Lindbergh and the "America Firsters" tried to avert the coming disaster that the David Sangers of that
day wanted to involve us in.
Lindbergh: "Leaders of the Jewish race are not
American in interests and viewpoints"
Sanger: Mr. Trump has rejected comparisons with the earlier movement,
with its taint of Nazism and anti-Semitism.
Rebuttal: There it is! A double jew-speak: Nazism TM and anti-Semitism TM.
World War II, the United States buried the Lindbergh vision of America First.
Rebuttal: Only because Americans bought the lie about "isolationism" having been the cause of World War II. Had
the Internet existed back then, FDR would have been dragged from the White House and hanged from the nearest lamp-post.
United Nations was born in San Francisco ...
Rebuttal: Point of interest: the Secretary General of that founding
conference, Alger Hiss, was later exposed as a member of the U.S. Communist Part, and did jail-time for perjury
for lying about his membership.
Sanger: ... and raised on the East River of Manhattan,
Rebuttal: Yes, on land donated by those arch-Globalist villains,
the Rockefeller Family.
Sanger: ... an ambitious, if still unfulfilled, experiment in shaping a liberal
... an ambitious, if still unfilled conspiracy to establish a one-world government (New Wolrd Order).
The communist Alger Hiss shakes hands with Hiroshima Harry Truman at the founding conference of the United Nations in San
Fagsicko, which Hiss headed.
2- John D Rockefeller III hands check to UN's first Secreray General Trygve Lie of Norway.
Lifting the vanquished nations of World War II into democratic allies was the idea behind the Marshall Plan, ...
Buying up and consolidating the governments of the vulnerable nations of post-war
Western Europe was the idea behind the Marshall Plan.
Sanger: And NATO was created to
instill a commitment to common defense,..
so. NATO was indeed critical in keeping the Globalists' Soviet rivals for supremacy out of Western Europe. Ever since the
fall of the Soviet Union, however, NATO has been strictly an offensive organization.
Sanger: To those who helped build
that global order, Mr. Trump’s vow was at best shortsighted. “Truman and Acheson, and everyone who followed,
based our policy on a ‘world-first,’ not an ‘America-first,’ basis,” said Richard N. Haass,
whose new book, “A World in Disarray,” argues that a more granular, short-term view of American interests will
Rebuttal: Hmmm. Richard Haass (cough cough), eh? So, the President of the world-government-promoting
Council on Foreign Relations doesn't approve of Orange Man's use of the term "America First." Add a point to the plus column for OM.
Sanger: Mr. Trump cast America’s new role
in the world as one of an aggrieved superpower, not a power intent on changing the globe. There was no condemnation of authoritarianism
Rebuttal: It's ironic that Sanger should whine about
"authoritarianism" when his hoped-for New World Order, if his beloved European Union offers any indication, would
most assuredly be UNdemocratic (pun intended).
Sanger: ...... no clarion call to defend human rights around the world.
term "human rights" TM refers to the "right" of CIA assets and
Soros rent-a-mobs in targeted nations to subvert as they please without facing punishment from the "bad guy" leading
Richard Haass of the CFR
2- Admiral Chester Ward, a 20 year member of the CFR who got wise: "In the entire CFR lexicon, there is no term of revulsion carrying a meaning so deep as 'America First'”
3- The "authoritarianism" of the super-bureaucratic EU doesn't seem to bother Mr.