Jimmy Carter: “I know what North Korea wants.”

Former American president Jimmy Carter doesn’t have a particularly stellar record in conducting foreign policy. He seems to be unable to break out of his Christian mindset long enough to recognize that there’s evil in the world that has to be dealt with harshly.

Since he’s offering advice about what to do with North Korea, let me briefly summarize my theory. Kim Jong Un is a CIA agent, constantly stirring up trouble in order to justify the huge American military presence in the Far East. I like to think of Kim as an actor playing a role in a Bond movie. If Kim did not exist, we’d have to create him. He’s great for the military-industrial complex budget.

Getting back to Carter, he claims the U.S. is an oligarchy, which there’s plenty of evidence to believe is true. However, Carter won’t name the (((oligarchs.))) As a Christian, he must believe they are God’s chosen people and that lightening would strike him dead if he said something bad about the tribe.

Zerohedge

Former US President Jimmy Carter repeated his assertion that the US works more like an “oligarchy than a democracy,” while also lambasting Trump’s “hopeless” approach to the increasing tensions with North Korea.

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The former president was speaking at a ‘Conversation with the Carters’ event at his Carter Center in Atlanta on Tuesday. AP reports that he said money in politics is what makes the US more like an oligarchy – run by a small group of rich people – rather than a democracy, repeating an allegation he has vociferously uttered for a few years [5].

“[Money in politics] violates the essence of what made America a great country in its political system.

Now it’s just an oligarchy with unlimited political bribery being the essence of getting the nominations for President or being elected President. And the same thing applies to governors, and U.S. Senators and congress members.

So, now we’ve just seen a subversion of our political system as a payoff to major contributors, who want and expect, and sometimes get, favors for themselves after the election is over.”

Carter was referring to the Supreme Court’s 2010 Citizens United ruling to allow corporations to give unlimited campaign donations to political candidates, which he has previously said [6] was “the most stupid decision” the court had made.

But then the former President went to town on Trump and North Korea…

Carter said,

“The first thing I would do is treat the North Koreans with respect.”

“I know what the North Koreans want,” he said.

“What they want is a firm treaty guaranteeing North Korea that the US will not attack them or hurt them in any way, unless they attack one of their neighbors.” Carter said,

“But the United States has refused to do that.”

Carter said he would send his top person to Pyongyang immediately, adding:

“If I didn’t go myself.” The former president visited North Korea three times between 1994 and 2011.

“Until we’re willing to talk to them and treat them with respect as human beings, which they are, then I don’t think we’ll make any progress,” he said.

This North Korean girl band video was posted in a Zerohedge comment. It doesn’t fit the propaganda we’ve been fed about the Norks.

1947 Government Propaganda Film Promotes Globalism, Diversity, Multiculturalism

Pro-Negro and pro-Jew, this film warns white people that they shouldn’t stand up for a white America. I think Warner Brothers was involved in the production. I recognize the sets and style of production. This thing is really, really pro-Jewish.

Ken Smith sez: Everyone has something that can be taken away, explains the narrator of this film, and so does average everyman “sucker” Mike — he stands to lose “America.”

Mike watches idly while a street corner soapbox orator rants against Negroes, “alien foreigners” and Catholics. Mike thinks this is pretty agreeable, until the rabble-rouser adds “freemasons” to his list.

Hey, wait a second, Mike says, I’m a freemason. Over wanders an elderly man with a Hungarian accent (so he says) who proceeds to set dizzy Mike straight.

The Hungarian reminds Mike that Germany was “a nation of suckers” who allowed “crazy people; stupid fanatics” to use prejudice to “cripple the nation.” “We must guard everyone’s liberties, or we can lose our own,” he declares. “Let’s not be suckers! Let’s be selfish about it; let’s not think about ‘we’ and ‘they’. Let’s think about ‘us’!”

Good direction and an obviously decent budget make this film very watchable, and it’s interesting to hear the old man appeal to our “good, hard, common sense” in that Bugs Bunny/blue-collar worker colloquial slang that was the accepted voice of Average Joe in postwar America. “America is minorities,” the old man proclaims, “and that means you and me!” This populist New Deal view would disappear as quickly as evil German references in the Republican 1950s.

Producer: U.S. War Department
Sponsor: U.S. War Department

Donald Trump Rejects the “Putin Murders Journalists” BS Pushed by the Media on Behalf of America’s Warmongering Neocons

Trump-and-Putin

This story is making news world-wide. No political leader in the West has ever challenged the mainstream media for their lies before.

They don’t quite know what to do with Donald Trump, as he rejects the anti-Russian propaganda created by Washington.

CNN

Trump called reporters’ killings “horrible” on ABC’s “This Week” Sunday. But he noted that Putin hasn’t admitted any role in their deaths.

“He’s always denied it. It’s never been proven that he’s killed anybody,” Trump said. “So, you know, you’re supposed to be innocent until proven guilty, at least in our country. It has not been proven that he’s killed reporters.”

He added: “Now, I think it would be despicable if that took place, but I haven’t seen any evidence that he’s killed anybody in terms of reporters.”

Trump’s defense of Putin comes after Putin called Trump “bright and talented” and “the absolute leader of the presidential race” — praise Trump embraced as a “great honor.”

On Friday, Trump had equated Putin’s killings with the United States, saying on MSNBC that “our country does plenty of killing also.”

That comment was enough to draw a rebuke from Mitt Romney, the 2012 GOP presidential nominee, who tweeted: “Important distinction: thug Putin kills journalists and opponents; our presidents kill terrorists and enemy combatants.”

Still, Trump has stuck with Putin — who, like Trump, was also interviewed on the episode of CBS’ “60 Minutes” that drew the program’s highest-ever ratings this fall.

Mitt Romney? The fake Republican candidate for the presidency in 2012? Sorry, Mitt old buddy, but Trump is right again.

You can’t trump the Trump.