Trump: Rocket Man Kim won’t be around much longer

The back and forth war of words heats up. The first guy to blink, loses.

Sky News

Donald Trump has made fresh threats against the North Korean regime after it branded him a “mentally deranged megalomaniac”.

The US President warned Pyongyang’s foreign minister that if he if “he echoes thoughts” of the country’s leader Kim Jong Un they both “won’t be around much longer”.

He was responding after Ri Yong Ho told the United Nations General Assembly on Saturday that targeting the US mainland with its rockets was inevitable after “Mr Evil President” made an “irreversible mistake” by calling Mr Kim “rocket man”.

Describing Mr Trump as a “mentally deranged person full of megalomania,” Mr Ri went on to tell the annual gathering of world leaders that the country was now “only a few steps away from the final gate of completion of the state’s nuclear force”.

Hitting back on Twitter, Mr Trump wrote: “Just heard Foreign Minister of North Korea speak at UN If he echoes thoughts of Little Rocket Man, they won’t be around much longer!”

Shortly before Mr Ri was scheduled to speak at the assembly, the Pentagon announced a fleet of US bombers and fighter jets had flown off North Korea’s coast, in what it called a “clear message” to Pyongyang.

Pentagon spokeswoman Dana White said it underlined the range of military options available to the US.

On Thursday, Mr Trump announced new sanctions to any companies and institutions that finance and facilitate trade with North Korea.

Mr Ri did not comment on the military show of force, but added there is no “chance that North Korea would be shaken an inch or change its stance due to the harsher sanctions by the hostile forces”.

He added Pyongyang does not have “any intentions to use or threaten to use nuclear weapons against countries that do not join the US in military actions”.

On Friday, the US President publicly branded Mr Kim a “rocket man” and said American “really had no choice” but to confront the authoritarian regime.

Mr Kim branded the speech the “most ferocious declaration of war in history” and said he would consider the “highest level of hardline countermeasure” in response.

Tensions between Pyongyang and Washington have increased in the past few weeks and intensified when the North conducted its sixth and largest nuclear test on 3 September. It has also threatened to test a hydrogen bomb over the Pacific.

Earlier this month, the UN Security Council unanimously adopted its ninth round of sanctions on Pyongyang in response to the nuclear test.

Pat Buchanan Praises Trump’s Pro-Nationalist, Anti-Globalist UN Speech

GENERAL CHARLES DE GAULLE IN 1943, LATER PRESIDENT OF FRANCE.

Pat Buchanan has written some of the strongest praise for American President Donald Trump that I’ve seen recently.

Pat Buchanan compares Trump’s call for nationalism to French President Charles De Gaulle’s similar ideas of 50 years ago.

Trump is putting America first. His desire is to see nation-states organized along ethnic lines, with each nation putting its peoples first too.

Trump hasn’t abandoned his anti-globalism, says Pat.

Lew Rockwell

Trump — American Gaullist
By Patrick J. Buchanan
September 22, 2017

If a U.S. president calls an adversary “Rocket Man … on a mission to suicide,” and warns his nation may be “totally destroyed,” other ideas in his speech will tend to get lost.

Which is unfortunate. For buried in Donald Trump’s address is a clarion call to reject transnationalism and to re-embrace a world of sovereign nation-states that cherish their independence and unique identities.

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Trump Threatens to Totally Destroy Rocket Man Kim Jung On’s Regime, Talks Tough About Iran

American President Donald Trump shocked UN delegates during his tough talking speech on Wednesday.

There’s a new Sheriff in town and Dodge City ain’t gonna be the same.

Sky News

Donald Trump has said the United States will “totally destroy” North Korea if it is threatened by the regime.

The US President described Pyongyang’s leader Kim Jong Un as a “rocket man on a suicide mission for himself and his regime” in his sternest warning yet to North Korea.

Speaking at the UN General Assembly in New York for the first time, Mr Trump said: “The United States is ready, willing and able (to act), but hopefully this will not be necessary.”

The President also called on member states to work together to isolate Mr Kim until he stops his “hostile” actions, a reference to a series of recent ballistic missile launches and nuclear tests by Pyongyang.

In what will be seen as a thinly veiled criticism of China, North Korea’s major trading partner, Mr Trump said: “It is an outrage that some nations would not only trade with such a regime but would arm, supply and financially support a country that imperils the world with nuclear conflict.”

His comments visibly rattled some of the world leaders gathered before him, and one man in the audience was seen covering his face with his hands.

Shortly before Mr Trump’s combative address, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres had appealed for statesmanship when it comes to North Korea, warning: “We must not sleepwalk our way into war.”

North Korea was not only the country to draw Mr Trump’s ire, with the President also taking aim at Iran.

He denounced the West’s nuclear deal with Tehran as an “embarrassment” – the latest sign Mr Trump wants to rip up or renegotiate the landmark 2015 accord.

He said the Iranian government was running an “economically depleted rogue state” whose prime export is violence.

Mr Trump said world leaders “cannot abide” by the nuclear accord if it “provides cover” for Iran to eventually build its nuclear programme.

Iran’s foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif was scathing in his response, labelling Mr Trump’s remarks “shameless” and “ignorant”.

There were strong words on Venezuela, with the US President saying the country’s socialist government had brought the once-thriving state to the “brink of collapse” – a situation Mr Trump described as “completely unacceptable”.

He said Washington had already imposed tough sanctions on the government and was considering what further action can be taken.

Despite the forceful rhetoric, Mr Trump told world leaders the US does not seek to impose its will on other countries and will respect the sovereignty of other nations.

“I will defend America’s interests above all else,” Mr Trump said, echoing his campaign trail rhetoric promising an “America first” approach to the presidency.

“But in fulfilling our obligations to other nations we also realise it’s in everyone’s interest to seek a future where all nations can be sovereign, prosperous and secure,” he added.

Neocon globalist warmonger and former UN Ambassador John Bolton praised Trump’s speech. Read more here. Bolton makes it clear that he’s for a new Korean war, as documented at the Washington Examiner.

I don’t think Bolton gets Trump. Trump is playing a psy op on the Deep State and on North Korea and Iran. Trump is a negotiator, not a General. You negotiate from strength, not weakness. He says what the Zionists at the State Department want to hear, but he’s done nothing to move the U.S. into a war that would kill millions of South Koreans.

I suspect that he’s pushing China and Russia to influence the North Koreans behind the scenes. There may be an assassination or regime change plan that is being developed.

But Trump’s promise to put America First pretty much rules out the war that Bolton and his (((friends))) want.

Dallas Removes Robert E. Lee Statue from City Park to Placate Butthurt Blacks and Mexicans

The ethnic cleansing of the white race took a dramatic turn in Dallas, Texas on Thursday when the city’s mayor and council moved forward with the removal of a Robert E. Lee monument, seen above.

The official story is that blacks are offended by the statues because they are reminded of how inferior they are by them.

There’s more to it than that.

First, (((they))) hate the South and the Southern people as symbols of the pursuit of freedom. The globalist plot to enslave the world to benefit the elites can’t tolerate even the mildest expression of history in which man pursued true freedom.

Second, the statue removals taking place all across America are intended to neuter the white male, who is far more interested and inspired by history than any other group. Since they can’t literally cut off our nuts YET, they do it symbolically in a thousand different ways. The destruction of history is one of those ways.

Reuters

DALLAS (Reuters) – Workers in Dallas removed a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee from a park on Thursday, with police on hand to provide protection after the mayor said the monument was a symbol of injustice and the city council voted to bring it down.

The removal came a month after a rally where white nationalists angered at the planned removal of a Lee statue in Charlottesville, Virginia, clashed with counter-protesters. One woman was killed during the Aug. 12 protest, when a suspected white nationalist crashed a car into anti-racism demonstrators.

The violence in Charlottesville revived a national debate about whether symbols of the pro-slavery Confederacy of the American Civil War represent heritage or hate. Confederate monuments dot the U.S. landscape.

The 14 foot- (4.3 meter) tall statue in Dallas of Lee on horseback riding with an unnamed soldier has been at a city park since 1936, with then President Franklin D. Roosevelt on hand for its dedication.

Workers in yellow vests took down the Lee statue and hauled it away on a trailer pulled by a pick-up truck, during an operation lasting about four hours, according to a Reuters Witness. Dozens of bystanders watched while police, including some officers armed with rifles, stood guard.

Melinda Gutierrez, a spokeswoman for Dallas police, said in an email she had received no reports of any violence during the removal operation.

A city task force on Confederate monuments is set to give a recommendation next month on what will be done with the statue. Lee Park, where the statue stood on a grassy hill near downtown, may also be renamed, city officials said.

Earlier this month, a U.S. judge dismissed a lawsuit from the Sons of Confederate Veterans, who were seeking court protection to keep the statue in place in the park.

Opponents of Confederate memorials view them as an affront to African-Americans and ideals of racial equality. But supporters of such symbols argue they represent an important part of history, honoring those who fought and died for the Southern states that sought to secede in the Civil War.

The drive by civil rights groups and others to do away with Confederate monuments gained momentum after an avowed white supremacist murdered nine African-Americans at a Charleston, South Carolina, church in 2015.

New Orleans and Baltimore are among the municipalities that have removed Confederate monuments this year.

Southern patriots resist. Soon singing Dixie will be illegal too.

Paul Craig Roberts: Behold a Pale Horse, and its Rider is Death

We the people elected Donald Trump over warmonger Hillary Clinton in order to destroy ISIS and then pursue peace around the world.

Trump has apparently been co-opted by the (((Deep State))) into doing Israel’s bidding. Or, if you read yesterday’s post, he’s being drugged by forces within the White House.

There’s a very real danger that the Jewish neocons in charge of American foreign policy will deliberately lead us into a nuclear World War III that will destroy the world.

It’s puzzling that both China and Russia are kowtowing to America. Dr. Roberts wonders whether that’s out of fear or whether the two superpowers are planning something big while lulling America to sleep while apparently cooperating with Washington.

Condensed from Paul Craig Roberts

Two of America’s most populous states, Texas and Florida, are in hurricane ruins, and Washington is fomenting more wars.

The US national debt is now over $20 trillion, and Washington is fomenting more wars.

The entire world is helping Washington foment wars—including two targeted countries themselves—Russia and China—both of which are helping Washington foment more wars. Believe it or not, both Russia and China voted with Washington on the UN Security Council to impose more and harsher sanctions on North Korea, a country guilty of nothing but a desire to have the means to protect itself from the US and not become yet another Washington victim like Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Yemen, Syria, Serbia, and Ukraine overthrown in a US coup and now poverty-stricken.

I once thought that Russia and China were checks on Washington’s unilateralism, but apparently not. Both governments have been knuckled under by Washington and both voted to punish North Korea for striving to be sufficiently armed to protect its sovereignty from Washington.

Russia knows that it is surrounded by US nuclear and military bases. So does China. The question is: have Russia and China capitulated out of fear? Or is their cooperation with Washington a ruse while they prepare their own strike on Washington, or are the two misguided governments trying to cooperate with Washington a la sanctions so as to avoid having to confront a US military attack on North Korea?

It requires much competence to confront evil, and there is probably more evil in Washington than there is competence in Russia and China, two countries interested in being rich to an extent that it might cost them their sovereignty and existence.

When you see such potentially powerful countries as Russia and China collapse under Washington’s pressure in the UN Security Council, it makes you wonder if the various analyses of Washington’s many weaknesses are real, and if they are real, if Russia and China are aware of them.

How does one go about explaining why two countries, whose sovereignty is in the way of Washington’s world hegemony, help their known enemy bully yet another small country, especially one in their orbit of influence? How can Russia complain of sanctions against Russia based on nothing but Washington’s propaganda when Russia supports sanctions against North Korea based on Washington’s propaganda?

Russia and China are working hand-in-hand with Washington toward their own demise.

It is becoming biblical. Washington the anti-Christ is subverting all good on earth.

Behold, a Pale Horse, and its Rider is Washington.

During his campaign, Trump promised friendship with Russia and peace with the world. We have to hold his feet to the fire to see to it that the Generals he so admires (McMaster and Kelly) aren’t the only voices he hears.

George Clooney Slams Steve Bannon as a “failed f*cking screenwriter”

I’m getting tired of posting new items about George Clooney. But as long as he remains a moron, I have a job to do.

Jackass George denies that he’s going to run for president in 2020.

So what’s he going to be doing for money as he destroys what was left of his acting career?

The vitriol that Clooney keeps pouring out toward people he doesn’t know suggests that he’s suffering from mental problems. Alternatively, he may be spewing out the words written for him by his Jew masters, the Hollywood moguls.

Entertainment Weekly

Steve Bannon has called himself a “street fighter,” but George Clooney has another way to describe the controversial former advisor to President Donald Trump: a “failed f—ing screenwriter.”

Speaking to journalists at the Toronto International Film Festival on Friday to promote his new film, the racially-charged Suburbicon, Clooney unloaded on Bannon, who will appear on Sunday’s 60 Minutes for his first televised interview since leaving the White House last month.

“I like picking fights. I like that Breitbart News wants to have my head. I’d be ashamed 10 years from now if those weaselly little putzes, whose voices are getting a lot higher every week as this presidency starts to look worse and worse weren’t still [after me],” Clooney said. “Steve Bannon is a failed f—ing screenwriter, and if you’ve ever read [his] screenplay, it’s unbelievable. Now, if he’d somehow managed miraculously to get that thing produced, he’d still be in Hollywood, still making movies and licking my ass to get me to do one of his stupid-ass screenplays.”

That crack about “ass licking” may be a tell that Clooney is a homosexual (or bisexual) in a fake marriage to a woman, or a real marriage to a tranny, depending on whether Amal is a woman or a tranny.

Before he became a prominent right-wing media baron and member of Trump’s inner circle, Bannon worked in Hollywood as a producer and financier (he famously made some money off the Seinfeld syndication deal). He also dabbled in screenwriting, having co-written a hip-hop musical based on Shakespeare’s Coriolanus that takes place during the 1992 L.A. riots. (Clooney has mocked Bannon for his Hollywood background in the past as well.)

“Hollywood is being quite well represented right now in the West Wing somehow,” Clooney added, citing Trump’s annual pay to the Screen Actors Guild and star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame (as well as Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin’s film production credits). “You know, they say I’m out of touch. You want to call me a Hollywood liberal? Come at me. I sold ladies shoes, I sold insurance door to door, I worked at an all-night liquor store, I cut tobacco for a living. I can change the fan belt on my car. I grew up in that world in Kentucky. I know every bit of that world, and I know my friends and what they believe. And I know this is not a moment in our history that we’ll look back and be proud of. So if I’m not standing on the side I believe to be right, I’d be ashamed.”

In the wake of Trump’s rise, Clooney, Oprah Winfrey, Tom Hanks, and even Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson (who jokingly announced presidential aspirations on Saturday Night Live earlier this year) have been bandied about as possible contenders for the land’s highest office. But even as some Americans apparently become comfortable with the growing connection between Hollywood and the White House, Clooney has no intentions to run.

“The reality is there are many more people who are much better qualified than me,” he said. “I think the reason people talk about is that our bench [in the Democratic party] doesn’t seem very good right now, it doesn’t seem very exciting. By this time eight years ago we had already heard Obama give a speech at the convention and there was something going on. But right now nobody really sees anybody out there, so that’s when the Rock or whoever comes into play. For me, I will support whomever I can by doing fundraisers or whatever and helping in ways I’m probably better at than in making policies… I say just try to find a candidate that excites you, and it shouldn’t be me.”

I agree with George. It shouldn’t be him.

By 2020 he should be back to changing the fan belt on his car.

Tranny?

White House Petition to Declare George Soros a Terrorist Almost at Magical 100,000 Signatures

We’re closing the gap fast. Once the petition hits 100,000 signatures the government has to respond.

That’s not the purpose though. Let Microchip explain via these statements I copied from his Tweets:

let me know when you figure out that it doesn’t matter of they are made into law, it’s for agitprop

If a petition happens to be turned into policy, great, but I don’t give a shit if it does or not. It’s effective either way.

It’s about planting an idea in their head and subliminally influencing them to act on it. It’s not that hard to comprehend.

In reference to his successful antifa petition, Microchip wrote this:

Reason the Petition worked is because it forced everyone to “look at” and “consider” the question, “What is #AntiFa”? Everyone engaged.

We want everyone in America talking about George Soros and asking why he’s funding our destruction. The government isn’t going to arrest him (at least I don’t think they will), but the more he’s exposed as an evil-doer, the less effective any organization that takes his money will be.

GLP Forums has a long thread on the petition. The national media are paying attention:

Link to Zerohedge petition article.

Link to RT petition article.