Benjamin Netanyahu: Donald Trump is an Israeli asset

Will Trump submit his will to the moral and political order or to Benjamin Netanyahu?
Will Trump submit his will to the moral and political order or to Benjamin Netanyahu?

…by Jonas E. Alexis


Netanyahu has pulled the political trigger by telling 60 Minutes that he and Donald Trump are concentric circles. “I know Donald Trump,” he said. “I know him very well.”[1]

He moved on to say that Trump’s “support for Israel is very clear. He feels very warmly about the Jewish state [and] the Jewish people.”[2]

I am certainly not a prophet of doom or a pessimist. We certainly have to withhold fundamental judgment until Trump gets to the White House. But the fact that he has been conniving with a first-rank mass murderer and a mad man indicates that his foreign policy will be a laughing stock.

David Friedman, Trump’s advisers on Israel and the Middle East, told the Jerusalem Post that “We are going to see a very different relationship between America and Israel in a positive way.”[3]

The question again and again is this: why do we need this unconditional support for Israel? What about Iceland or Belgium or the Netherlands or even France for that matter? Would it be a rational position to support whatever those countries are doing without the rule of law?

More importantly, would the Founding Fathers have given their stamp of approval on this unconditional allegiance to Israel? Does Trump know that people like George Washington, John Adams and Thomas Jefferson argued that America should never look for monsters in foreign lands to destroy?

Washington made it perfectly clear when he stated that

“The great rule of conduct for us…is in extending our commercial relations, to have with them as little political connection as possible.”

Jefferson added:

“Peace, commerce, and honest friendship with all nations, entangling alliances with none.”

Washington again declared that the government of the United States

“well knows that by once enlisting under other banners than her own, were they even the banners of foreign independence…

“The fundamental maxims of her policy would insensibly change from liberty to force…she might become the dictatress of the world…no longer the ruler of her own spirit…”

The Founding Fathers were quite clear on foreign policy, and obviously not a single U.S. president today will pass their test. As we all know, U.S. presidents have an unconditional attachment to Israel, and virtually no one has been able to get out of that matrix without an “anti-Semitic” bomb attached to his/her spine.

When Ron Paul was trying to articulate the view that America needs get back to what the Founding Fathers actually believed with respect to foreign policy, flaming Jewish Neocon David Horowitz called him a “vicious anti-Semite.” Here are some definitions of the word vicious: “

“Brutal, ferocious, savage, violent, dangerous, ruthless, remorseless, merciless, heartless, callous, cruel, harsh, cold-blooded, inhuman, fierce, barbarous, barbaric, brutish, bloodthirsty, fiendish, sadistic, monstrous, murderous, homicidal, smash-mouth, malicious, malevolent, malignant, malign, spiteful, hateful, vindictive, venomous, poisonous, rancorous, mean, cruel, bitter, cutting, acrimonious, hostile, nasty, defamatory, slanderous, catty.”

"Listen, I will do my best to mold the upcoming administration again for the benefit of Israel. Remember what I said about 9/11?"
“Listen, I will do my best to mold the upcoming administration again for the benefit of Israel. Remember what I said about 9/11?”

In other words, the Founding Fathers, were they alive today, would all have been “vicious anti-Semites” because they would not have supported the incoherent and unconditional alliance with Israel. When Trump got elected, Netanyahu quickly declared,

“The strong connection between the United States and Israel is based on shared values, shared interests and a shared destiny.”[4]

The United States and Israel have a shared destiny? Where is that in any of the legal documents of the United States? Why did the Founding Fathers fail to warn us all about this?

And if America have a shared destiny with Israel, does that mean that they are destined to maim, slaughter, and massacre innocent men, women and children in the Middle East under the name of “democracy” and “freedom”? Could it be why the United States have been destroying one nation after another in the Middle for Israel?

I once mentioned some of these issues to a Zionist friend who kept saying over and over that Obama was destroying America and that the U.S. needs to go back to the Constitution and to what the Founders actually said. As soon as I pointed out what the Founders said about foreign policy, there was a complete silence. Then he answered, “We need to move beyond this.”

I certainly could not hold my laughter because this was too good to be true. He had been lecturing me for about an hour about what the Founding Fathers believed, but now he backing off from what he had already committed himself to because the Founding Fathers destroy hise Zionist weltanschauung.

My friend was lost in the sea of confusion because he was blinded by the Christian Zionist movement, which was propounded by people like John Nelson Darby, C.I. Scofield, Hal Lindsey, and more recently Walter Kaiser and Joel Richardson.[5] John Hagee has been proposing this crazy idea for years now.

In short, whenever a politician or leader abides by the Zionist position, he or she will end up in blatant contradiction. Trump is a classic example. Sure, we can relax a bit because there won’t be a war with Russia any time soon and the evidence indicates that there will be an intermission in Syria.

But Trump plans to bring in an avalanche of Zionist puppets who want to create a major conflict with Iran! Trump knows that Russia and Iran are allies, and the only way he will push for a conflict is because Netanyahu is whispering to his ears.[6]

[1] Quoted in Louis Nelson, “Netanyahu on Trump: ‘His support for Israel is clear,’” Politico, December 12, 2016.

[2] Ibid.

[3] Peter Beaumont, “Trump has ‘every intention’ of recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital,” Guardian, November 9, 2016.

[4] Peter Beaumont, “Trump has ‘every intention’ of recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital,” Guardian, November 9, 2016.

[5] For a recent article on this, see Robert Sungenis, “Are the Jews Entitled to the Land of Palestine?,” Culture Wars, December 2016.

[6] “Netanyahu says he will pitch Trump at least 5 ways to undo the Iran deal,” Jewish Telegraphic Agency, December 12, 2016.

Jonas E. Alexis has degrees in mathematics and philosophy. He studied education at the graduate level. His main interests include U.S. foreign policy, history of Israel/Palestine conflict, and the history of ideas. He is the author of the new book Zionism vs. the West: How Talmudic Ideology is Undermining Western Culture. He is currently working on a book tentatively titled, Kevin MacDonald’s Abject Failure: A Philosophical and Moral Critique of Evolutionary Psychology, Sociobiology, and White Identity. He teaches mathematics in South Korea.
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