[ Editor’s note: In 1968 Trump was categorised 1Y by the draft board. 1Y is described as a ‘catch-all’ category, but it really meant ‘undesirable’; in reality it meant one thing – homosexual, and this was a time when being gay could exempt you from military service… Ian]
[ Editor’s note 2 : VT works to be as fair as possible on issues of race and gay lesbian crap but our look into Trumps history shows a man surrounded by buggerers, same as with “W,” who has used family wealth to buy the mantle of “ladies man.” As with “W,” another mindless maniac, I believe we have another “Nancyboy” on our hands, but behind that, as with Bush, something worse.
That Bush supporters, America’s closet ignorant and of all things, the moronic Christian right, back him…but it gets worse. The Nazis love him too, or can we call them the “Christian identity nutter,” perhaps for his love of Israel and his expressed willingness to kiss their heinies even more than others. Of course there shouldn’t be an election, the illustrious “professor emeritus” has stated that Hillary was replaced by an android.
I can state this, the alternative media is entirely Zionist controlled, far more than mainstream. Trump is unfit, and those drawn to read this and angered by it are unfit to live in America and sicken the rest of us… Gordon Duff ]
The Daily Star–
Ex-Pentagon chief Gates: Trump is ‘unfit,’ ‘beyond repair’
Former US defense secretary Robert Gates issued a sharp critique of both presidential candidates in the Wall Street Journal, but blasted Donald Trump as being “unqualified and unfit to be commander-in-chief.”
Gates – a Republican who was Pentagon chief under Republican George W. Bush and Democrat Barack Obama – has worked with eight presidents and is among the most widely respected US voices on national security matters.
“I believe Mr. Trump is beyond repair. He is stubbornly uninformed” and “temperamentally unsuited to lead our men and women in uniform,” Gates wrote in an op-ed piece posted late Friday on the Journal’s website. “He is unqualified and unfit to be commander-in-chief.”
Gates worked closely with Hillary Clinton when she was secretary of state, and did not hold back on his criticism of her tenure.
A former CIA director, Gates said Clinton’s failure to predict the chaos that would follow Western intervention in Libya had raised credibility questions, as had her shifting position on the Iraq war.
Gates assailed Clinton’s opposition to a pending Asian trade agreement she once supported, said she had been vague on dealing with Vladimir Putin’s Russia, said she offered few specifics about North Korea, and had no clear strategy toward “a Middle East in flames.”
But on credibility, Gates added, “Trump is in a league of his own.”
“He has expressed support for building a wall between the US and Mexico; for torturing suspected terrorists and killing their families (and) for Mr. Putin’s dictatorial leadership.”
Trump had expressed support “for withdrawing US troops from Europe, South Korea and Japan,” while being “cavalier about the use of nuclear weapons.” He had insulted servicemen, their families and military leaders, Gates wrote.
Trump is “willfully ignorant” about the world, the US military and “about government itself,” Gates said.
While not saying he would vote for Clinton, Gates said he would be listening for reassurances from her ahead of the November 8 election.