Thoughts about the Donald and the John S McCain

Ken Craggs:

I believe there is a strong possibility that Donald Trump is being set-up by the Rothschild’s to be remembered in history as an abomination who triggered the most catastrophic war in human history. Trump is being given all the room he needs to present himself as an unstable, unpredictable, maverick president who gets up in the early hours of the morning to tweet whatever happens to be on his mind.

Most of the pieces are already in place for Donald Trump to be set-up. We’ve had the “fire and fury” as well as the “locked and loaded” comments from Trump regarding the US-North Korea nuclear standoff. If a nuclear explosion was to happen somewhere in North Korea, the media would go into overdrive and Trump would get the blame.

The Economist, which is Rothschild owned, described Donald Trump last week as “politically inept, morally barren and temperamentally unfit for office”.

Interesting because I’ve been following up his daughter’s interference with the country’s policies:

And then there is the issue of the USS John S McCain collision and Trump’s comment “too bad”. Breitbart has:

“What went wrong is the president was not briefed and was not kept abreast as the incident developed,” the source with direct knowledge told Breitbart News late Sunday evening. “This is part of a bigger pattern of growing evidence of disrespect for the president and manipulating the information that is given to him similar to the decision with Afghanistan. The blame for this rests solely on the shoulders of two individuals — General H.R. McMaster and General Kelly — both of whom as flag officers should know better than to keep the commander-in-chief in the dark on these types of issues.”

If this is so, then Kelly and McMaster come over as enemy of POTUS and therefore of the United States. Ken’s comments above then assume particular significance.

On the question of the USS John S McCain itself, we were discussing it earlier:

Haiku sent this link and asked for comments:

First thing which struck me was this:

“The number of breakdowns that have to occur for something like this to happen make them a rare occurrence. Sailors monitor radars round the clock, they have multiple sailors standing watch on the bridge which also has a radar, and they have at least one lookout posted at the back end of the ship to watch for exactly these kinds of situations,” he said.

I’m as puzzled as anyone but three thoughts occurred:

First is that a culture of slackness caught them out.
Second is something more dastardly.
Third is wimmin were involved.

Just on that last point, there’s another post coming up on it, bringing in a horrifying vid of Easyjet but that’s another tale tomorrow.

4 comments for “Thoughts about the Donald and the John S McCain

  1. John in cheshire
    August 21, 2017 at 1:59 pm

    Of course, it could be God sending a warning to John McCain.

  2. August 21, 2017 at 4:32 pm

    James, I left a reply to you about Javanka on my post.

    I don’t trust either McMaster or Kelly one iota. They should have informed Trump about this incident rather than leave him dangling with ‘That’s too bad’. It is entirely possible they want him to look out of touch and incompetent. Why does he trust them? Maybe Breitbart will start dropping stories.

    Whatever the case, Trump looked stormy on the way back to Washington.

    • Hereward Unbowed.
      August 22, 2017 at 8:09 am

      Adventures in Afghanistan Part III.


      Ingloriously was Mr. Trump ably outmanoeuvred by the Pentagon and with ‘the greatest’ US arms industry and more blood to be shed on foreign fields, hmm something DJT rode a ticket on, some might say.

      “we can win in Afghanistan”

      yeah right………….probably Alexander told that to his Macedonian army way back when and the lands between the Hindu Kush and Persia, the arena where every invading force or even helpful invaders – arrives and then comes to grief. It swallows you up and spits you out, the Pashtun have it down to a fine art and God knows about the Balochi – war is what they do.

      I’ll say it again, despite what the US high command think, the Afghanis will have victory, cannot be quelled. Furthermore, messing about in Afghanistan will only make a poor situation far worse what with; Pakistan, Waziristanis, [Russia on the margins – literally, figuratively], India and China exploiting the situation for all their worth and with the PRCs rapacious appetite for ores, minerals etc – that’s where America’s strategic interests should be nose sticking in.

      I am and will remain appalled, why can’t they – the Pentagon [don’t they teach anything/military history at West Point?] learn a bit of history and if the British couldn’t do it in days of Empire – then, nobody can.

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