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Saturday, April 22, 2017

Lindsey Graham and John McCain: We want to bring the apocalypse in North Korea - for Israel

by Jonas E. Alexis

[Source] Lindsey Graham, John McCain and the Trump administration are provoking a war with North Korea and Iran because it is good for Israel, not the American people. In fact, it was Sheldon Adelson who donated at least $5 million to Trump’s inauguration. Adelson is the guy who advocated that the US should literally “drop atomic bomb on Iran.”

We all know that Lindsey Graham is an Israeli puppet.[1] He and John McCain are obviously competing against each other: they want to win Israel’s best puppet award. And in order to do that, they want to kill and destroy for the regime. The Middle East is too small for them, so they are currently spreading their essentially diabolical plan to other territories such as North Korea.

Last March, McCain called Kim Jung-un “a crazy fat kid.”[2] Graham responded by saying that he could do better. When Graham was asked the question, “Would you be for a preemptive strike [against North Korea]?,” he responded:

“It would be bad for the Korean Peninsula. It would be bad for China. It would be bad for Japan, be bad for South Korea. It would be the end of North Korea. But what it would not do is hit America and the only way it could ever come to America is with a missile.”[3]

This man doesn’t even reflect on untold misery a war with North Korea would bring. He doesn’t even care about the historical record and recent debacles in Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya and Syria. Even if you place incontrovertible statistics in front of him, that still wouldn’t move him because he is bound by an Israeli contract, which basically says that reason has to be abandoned in the political landscape and must be replaced by Israeli agendas, which are always in conflict with practical reason. Graham only wants to see blood virtually everywhere on the planet because that is what the Israeli ideology dictates.

Didn’t the founding fathers produce something completely different? Yes. Are the Neoconservatives and the Israeli regime implicitly at war with what the founding fathers had envisioned? Yes. The founding fathers only wanted commerce with other nations and called for an isolationist foreign policy. They wanted no “entanglement” with other nations but welcomed commerce.

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