…by Jonas E. Alexis
Donald Trump will almost certainly go down as one of the most dangerous presidents in the United States when it comes to the Middle East. There is no doubt about this anymore. The evidence is all around us. It is truly an embarrassment to riches.
Trump will go down as dangerous precisely because he knows about the disastrous effect of perpetual wars in the Middle East more than his predecessors, but he continues to tread on this destructive path anyway because he is subservient to the Israeli regime.
First, Trump had to lie to his devoted followers and supporters during his campaign by saying that he was going to place an intermission in the Middle East. He said ad nauseam that perpetual wars have been detrimental to the United States. This was Trump back in 2016:
“When you have an infrastructure of a country like ours that is absolutely decaying and rotting and falling apart and we — by the way, we’re spending $5 trillion in the Middle East instead of doing what we’re supposed to be doing. We have to knock the hell out of ISIS and all, but we have to get back to rebuilding our country because you look at our airports, our roadways, our tunnels, our bridges — 67 percent of them are in trouble.”
Trump was asked: “Have we wasted too much money over the past decade fighting wars? Has that been one of the biggest…” He responded: “Well, I’ll tell you what, I don’t mind fighting, but you have got to win and number one, we don’t win wars, we just fight, we just fight. It’s like a big — like you’re vomiting, just fight, fight, fight.”
Trump is now openly selling military weapons to Saudi Arabia, which is currently using those weapons to split Yemeni school buses to different particles. As Russia Today rightly puts it,
“It wasn’t the US-made bomb, but rather the Saudi military’s inability to properly use the munition –despite all the American training– that led to the ‘horror show’ bombing of a Yemeni school bus in August, Donald Trump has said.
“A Saudi-led coalition airstrike on a school bus, that killed 40 children and maimed dozens of others in the busy market town of Dhahyan in northern Yemen on August 9, is not Washington’s fault, Donald Trump stated in an interview with Axios on Sunday.
“Despite the fact that pieces of a 500-pound (227 kilogram) laser-guided MK 82 bomb made by Lockheed Martin were found at the site of the explosion, Trump shifted the blame for the tragedy to the coalition’s inability to use the US-supplied weapons properly.”
Trump declared: “That was basically people that didn’t know how to use the weapon, which is horrible. I think it’s a terrible situation. I hated seeing what happened with the bus and the children cause that’s pure – that’s a horror show when you see a thing like that, you saw the bus.”
How stupid can we be? It’s a horror show, but you are still selling weapons to the terrorist state? It’s a horror show, but you haven’t even made an attempt to send the Saudis an ultimatum saying that the deal is over?
What if it was Assad? Wouldn’t Trump go on television preposterously declaring that America has to bomb Syria? Who is this man really fooling this time? As my dear friend Mark Dankof put it a few months ago:
Franklin Delano Roosevelt told the American public in the 1940 Presidential election that he would never send their kids into a European war the people of the United States clearly did not want, even as we now know that Roosevelt was planning to deliberately provoke war with Japan from October 1940 onward as the McCollum Memorandum of the Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI) to Roosevelt proves.
The bottom line is this: When the Zionist power elite of the American Establishment wants war, it will get war. It will do so through the execution of a false flag incident designed to prove the complicity and malice of the intended target in the false flag incident at hand. The media will put out the spin on the incident that this element wants to put firmly into the minds of an unsuspecting American mass public.
What kind of law is Trump breaking? Title 18 United States Code states: “Whoever willfully causes an act to be done which if directly performed by him…would be an offense against the United States, is punishable as a principal.”
What we are seeing here is that Trump, like many of his predecessors, deserve to be behind bars for collaborating with Saudi Arabia and for bombing the school bus in Yemen.
 “Saudis ‘don’t know how to use’ US bombs: Trump condemns deadly Yemen school bus strike… kind of,” Russia Today, November 5, 2018.
 Quoted in Vincent Bugliosi, The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder (New York: Perseus Books, 2008), 88.
Jonas E. Alexis has degrees in mathematics and philosophy. He studied education at the graduate level. His main interests include U.S. foreign policy, the history of the Israel/Palestine conflict, and the history of ideas. He is the author of the new book, Kevin MacDonald’s Metaphysical Failure: A Philosophical, Historical, and Moral Critique of Evolutionary Psychology, Sociobiology, and Identity Politics. He teaches mathematics in South Korea.