Trump is assembling his war cabinet, disposing of anyone who isn’t on board for the upcoming conflict and replacing them with men who would fully support the push for war because they are well paid to do so.
The appointment of John Bolton to be the new National Security Advisor is just the latest Trump hiring of a morally flexible Zionist stooge and perhaps the most concerning thus far.
The MSM has failed to mention that Bolton is chairman of the Gatestone Institute, a Neocon think tank that is financed by US-Israeli Zionists and operates as a black propaganda outlet for the crime cabal that we often refer to as Khazarian mafia.
Gatestone proudly announced Bolton’s appointment on their website:
Gatestone Institute is so proud that its chairman, Ambassador John R. Bolton, will be leading the United States’ National Security Council. We warmly congratulate both him and President Donald J. Trump on an appointment that is great for America, great for its allies and great for the free world.
Gatestone’s anti-Islamic Black Propaganda
Gatestone specialises in anti-Islamic, pro-Israeli black propaganda; their constant themes include demonising the Muslim population of Europe, how stupid and unpleasant the Palestinians are and how great Israel is – a positive beacon of civilisation and culture in that horrid Middle East. Gatestone has labelled immigration to Europe “civilisation jihad” and a “Muslim invasion”.
Just a quick glance at the titles of some of the articles they have published this week makes it clear what their agenda is – the demonisation of Islam and Muslims in order to sow discord and thus destabilise the nations of Europe.
- France: Toward Total Submission to Islam, Destruction of Free Speech
- Germany: Migrant Rape Crisis Still Sowing Terror and Destruction
- Is the United Kingdom an Islamist Colony?
Gatestone has repeatedly been the originator of outlandish falsehoods aimed at demonising Islam and Muslims; In 2011 and 2012 it published articles claiming that Europe had Muslim “no-go zones”, falsely describing them variously as “off-limits to non-Muslims” and “microstates governed by Islamic Sharia law”.
The claim that there are areas in European cities that are lawless and off limits to local police or governed by Sharia is completely false and was later retracted, but this did not stop Gatestone’s claims being picked up and repeated by many major media outlets.
On November 18, 2016, Gatestone published an article that said the British Press had been ordered to avoid reporting the Muslim identity of terrorists by the European Union. Snopes rated the claim “false”. Snopes pointed out that the report only made a recommendation and it was issued by the Council of Europe, not the European Union. Gatestone subsequently corrected the article and apologized for the error, before removing it entirely from its website.
In 2017, Gatestone falsely claimed that 500 churches closed and 423 new mosques opened in London since 2001, and argued that London was being islamised and turning into “Londonistan”. According to Snopes, Gatestone used “shoddy research and cherry-picked data.” Specifically, Gatestone only counted churches that closed but not churches that opened; data for the period 2005-2012 alone show that 700 new churches opened in London.
Gatestone’s Zionist Founder and Financier
Further proof that Gatestone is a Zionist propaganda front is found in the list of it’s financiers, principally Nina Rosenwald, a Jewish US-Israeli joint citizen and heir to the Sears-Roebuck fortune who has been described as “an ardent Zionist all her life”. The Nation magazine, in its “Islamophobia” issue of July 2–9, 2012, labelled her “The Sugar Mama of Anti-Muslim Hate”.
Rosenwald has focused on donating to pro-Israel organizations, according to the Right Web (Institute for Policy Studies) website, Rosenwald’s donations to pro-Israel organizations have “earned her a place of considerable influence in the ‘pro-Israel’ firmament”.
She has served on the board of directors of many pro-Israel organizations, including the Washington Institute for Near East Policy (WINEP), the Hudson Institute, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) and was vice president of Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs (JINSA). In 2003, she was a recipient of the Louis Brandeis Award, given by the Zionist Organization of America for her pro-Israel advocacy. In 2011, she was a guest member at AIPAC’s Gala event.
Rosenwald is also a member of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) and a founding member of the Board of Regents for the Center for Security Policy. She also serves on the boards of Human Rights in China, the Middle East Forum, the Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting (CAMERA), the National Committee on American Foreign Policy, the Institute for National Security Studies (Israel) and the American Friends of the Open University of Israel.
Until 2007, Rosenwald was on the board of Freedom House, the CIA front organisation that specialises in regime change operations and was responsible for the Arab Spring, the start of the anti-Assad ‘uprising’ in Syria, the Maidan Coup in Ukraine and several other instances of meddling in the affairs of sovereign states.
Freedom House was one of several foreign NGOs banned from Russia last year; they had been trying to repeat their successful Ukraine operation by financing hundreds of fake protests across Russia and financing the candidacy of Alex Navalny in this year’s Russian presidential election. Putin was wise to their game however, banning Freedom House and throwing the traitor Navalny in jail, ensuring he could not take part in the election and therefore side-stepping a potential plot to rig the polling results.
Financing the far right in Europe
Gatestone has been criticized for affiliating itself with notorious far-right Dutch politician Geert Wilders, who says that he “hates Islam” and has been described as “anti-Muslim”. In 2012, Gatestone Institute hosted a talk by Wilders. In 2016, Gatestone paid for Wilders’s flights and hotels on trips to the United States and frequently publishes the writings of Geert Wilders.
However, the focus of Gatestone’s anti-Islamic operations in Europe has been Germany where they have been actively supporting, financing and promoting the far right Alternativ Fur Dutschalnd (AfD) party, as exposed by The Intercept last year:
Election-watchers expected a flood of fake news and inflammatory social media aiding Alternative for Germany, known by its German initials, AfD, to come from Russia. But one of the major publishers of online content friendly to the far-right party is an American website financed in large part and lead by Jewish philanthropist Nina Rosenwald.
Rosenwald’s site, the Gatestone Institute, publishes a steady flow of inflammatory content about the German election, focused on stoking fears about immigrants and Muslims. In one of the most recent posts, the website warns of the construction of mosques in Germany and claims that Christianity is becoming “extinct.”
The Gatestone posts, which are often translated into German, are regularly promoted by AfD politicians and AfD-related social media groups to justify the party’s crusade against Chancellor Angela Merkel’s open-door refugee policy.
One viral Gatestone story claimed that Germany was “confiscating homes to use for migrants.” The piece — which was shared by AfD supporters, including Thomas Rudy, a senior AfD politician in the central German state of Thuringia — claimed that vacant homes in Hamburg were seized by local authorities seeking new housing solutions for the “hundreds of thousands of migrants from Africa, Asia, and the Middle East.”
The article closed with a question about what might happen next: “Will authorities now limit the maximum amount of living space per person, and force those with large apartments to share them with strangers?”
Local German press, however, condemned the Gatestone story as false. A single house in Hamburg went into temporary trusteeship after several apartments at the home remained vacant. “Refugees did not play a role in the district’s decision,” fact-checking website Correctiv noted.
The story was typical of Gatestone’s approach. The website’s Germany-related coverage includes story after story about migrants raping German women, claims that migrants are bringing “highly infectious diseases” to Germany, and Muslims are transforming entire German neighborhoods into “no-go zones” where local police have lost control. Many of the claims about Muslims in Europe have been debunked as false or sensationalized.
Gatestone’s activities in Europe and Germany in particular make it abundantly clear that they are following a Zionist agenda to demonise Islam, promote the rise of the far right in response and thus destabilise Europe by manufacturing conflict between European Muslims and the far right; classical Zionist divide and conquer tactics straight out of the Protocols of Zion. Protocol IV states:
Throughout all Europe, and by means of relations with Europe, in other continents also, we must create ferments, discords and hostility. Therein we gain a double advantage.
The fact that Trump has just appointed to his cabinet the man who has been running these Zionist anti-Islam campaigns and actively seeking to destabilise Europe is a most worrying development indeed. It is highly likely that Bolton will continue to follow a Zionist agenda aimed at manufacturing conflict, only now he can do so from a position of power inside a nuclear-armed superpower.
Most disturbing of all, John Bolton is a Russia hater, that has been his lifelong pursuit; demonising Muslims was just something he was hired to do. Now he can return to his favourite pursuit of hating on Russia and we can expect to see him employ all the same demonisation techniques he has been using against Muslims.
His studies in history and background in the media industry have given him a keen insight into the use of mass media as a creator of conflict in the modern world.
His favored areas of study include state-sponsored terrorism, media manufactured reality and the role of intelligence services in manipulation of populations and the perception of events.