Crazytown Express: Trump Tells Mattis to Nuke Syria, Duff on Press TV

Trump orders nuclear attack based on Facebook post

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    Well if General Mattis says something untruthful about the Man-who-would-be-President one would expect him to recant or at least deny it to salve Trump’s oh-so-sensitive ego. To listen – as many of us did, to the chat between Trump and Woodward, all the Commander-in-Chief seemed concerned about were the bogus (because manipulated) figures to do with trade. I could envisage Trump at the far end on the line, two puffed cheeks as if he were playing resounding notes from some magical blowing horn announcing stupendous news of joyful tidings about himself.

    Why for the life of me would General Mattis accuse Trump of wanting to kill President Assad of Syria if it wasn’t true? If untrue he could sue Woodward seven ways to Sunday. Is Trump really so unhinged to take orders from Tel Aviv and endanger the national security of the United States in a dog-eat-dog Pavlovian charade where he salivates and calls for the death of President Assad. And all for what? So Adelson will throw a few bones his way? An irrepressible Satanic thrill? To quote Bob Dylan:

    “But nothing really matters much, it’s doom alone that counts.” (Shelter From The Storm)

    That about fits the Zionist mindset Trump espouses, like a salivating lick-spittle cur whose best days find him on all fours in obeisance to the Synagogue of Satan. Something palpably evil came out in the open from Woodward’s book and like the proverbial genie, it ain’t going back.

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