March 01, 2016

"Trump’s a Jew-lover, not a Klansman": That he's "defying the entire establishment is all that matters"

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

Donald Trump tweets every thought that pops into his mind. Over the weekend, he re-tweeted: “It is better to live one day as a lion than 100 years as a sheep.”

It was sent from the Twitter account @ilduce2016.

See: "Il duce" was a nickname of Benito Mussolini, the Italian fascist leader in World War Two, and that tweet was actually sent by the left-wing website Gawker, as a "gotcha."

Gawker was proud to have “tricked” Trump into re-tweeting some old Mussolini quote.

Ha ha. That’s journalism, in 2016, in America.

But then David Duke, the former KKK leader in Louisiana, tweeted his support of Donald Trump, and Trump was asked to rebuke Duke.

Hey, did you know there really was a KKK leader who had genuine influence in America, for decades? His name was Robert Byrd, and he was the most senior Democrat in America, in the Senate, for years.

The Democrats have never renounced Robert Byrd in all this time.

But somehow, Trump is a fascist? His daughter converted to Judaism, for one thing, and he's grand-marshalled New York's big pro-Israel parade.

(Meanwhile Hillary Clinton has no trouble with real fascists, like the Communist Chinese, and the Islamic fascists in the Persian Gulf who donated to her foundation...)

This Twitter "controversy" is not about the Klan, but about Trump and the media establishment.

And the harsher they get, and the more Trump resists them, the more I like him.

Because it proves one thing:

Not that he’s particularly conservative —he’s not.

But that he has the central characteristic necessary for a Republican to win in November, and for a U.S. president to govern effectively both at home and abroad:

Trump will not bend for anyone, not for the media-political establishment, not for the entire political class, including his own party’s grand pooh-bas.

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commented 2016-03-16 18:43:38 -0400
I saw Trumps speech also and he is tremendous respect and love for Israel. He said when negotiating it is better to stay neutral as opposed to throwing sand in one parties face and then expect them to sit together to negotiate that approach would not work. I think those were his exact words.
commented 2016-03-05 23:20:14 -0500
Lets hope Trump becomes the president. I think we all have had enough of the Status Quo. He is truly a breath of fresh air. And the lovely thing about it all, is, he can’t be bought….
commented 2016-03-05 15:42:15 -0500
Ezra, Donald Trump also spoke in a debate which I heard with my own ears, that he would be neutral when it came to the Palestinians and Israel This man switches sides when ever it is convenient, It seems that much of his changes are for the benefit of self. I believe in fighting the good fight for truth, but every fight must be fought lawfully. I feel you are greatly erring in supporting this man, what happens in the next USA elections will be felt by us and the rest of the world.
commented 2016-03-05 00:59:29 -0500
I though Ku Klux Klan came from the Hebrew word for “circle,” Kikel or something. … Could it be that this is one of those macro-false-flags, and Trump is still a pawn as much as Bush or Obama, Clinton …?

Why did Germany become the biggest economy in Europe and Japan the second biggest economy in the world after WW2? Henry Ford was a Nazi before Hitler was, but every police force in the world, even China uses FORD cars! Yet the worlds media demonize the Nazis. … Germany always plays both sides of Macro False Flags.

I did a rant about this one Nov 11 (we do a moment of silence at 11am on 11/11 every year, K is the 11th letter of the alphabet) at
commented 2016-03-04 21:34:19 -0500
All that happened is that David Duke – who hasn’t been a Klan member for over 30 years, because he found them to be too violent – said his followers should endorse Trump, or else be swallowed by the liberal racists’ planned invasion of swarthy refugees. Trump, as usual running his mouth in incomplete, run-on sentences, babbled his typical train-of-thought answer that “I don’t know about David Duke” (which, if anyone has ever watched Trump think on his feet, meant “I don’t know what David Duke’s been up to lately, and I don’t care”) but the pedantic slanderers took it at face value to mean that Trump was somehow denying that he knew ANYTHING about David Duke – which of course is untrue.
commented 2016-03-02 08:13:12 -0500
Who is more Establishment than a billionaire? Trump is an embarrassment.
commented 2016-03-02 03:18:03 -0500
It is the old media smear tactic. The interviewer asks a question about the KKK or other horrible organization and then no matter what the interviewee says the interviewer keeps on asking about the KKK for the entire interview so that the casual viewer links the interviewee with the KKK. No matter what his answer was he was always linked to the KKK in the mind of the viewer. This is reinforced by the next day’s news story is about the interviewee being linked to the KKK and other interviewers and commentators build on the false narrative created by the original interview. Donald was slow to answer the KKK question because he knew it was a trap. If he had promptly denounced the KKK, the interviewer would have said that he was too quick to denounce the KKK and thus not sincere in the denunciation and he interview would have continued about Donald Trumps links to the KKK even if there were none no matter what he said about the KKK.

The Duffy trial is a prime Canadian example of this technique. Mike Duffy was on trial, but all the reporting was about how bad it was for Harper and how bad it looked for Harper and should Harper have known about it etc. until the Prime Minister was linked to Mike Duffy’s fraudulent expense claims and gave the impression that the Prime Minister had done something wrong..
commented 2016-03-02 02:21:51 -0500


A Khazar Jew Tells You As It Is I am only posting this “man’s” statement


Sheldon Adelson and the missing $100 million

The casino mogul, the biggest donor of 2012, is withholding his big checks, puzzling Republicans.

By Kenneth P. Vogel and Isaac Arnsdorf

02/25/16 05:27 PM EST

Updated 02/25/16 10:12 PM

It’s one of the biggest mysteries in Republican circles: Why has Sheldon Adelson ― who spent upward of $100 million during the previous presidential campaign ― suddenly stopped pouring huge sums of money into politics?

The conventional wisdom ― that he’s planning to spend millions of dollars to support Marco Rubio but is waiting to see how the Florida senator fares in a few more primaries ― does not explain the severity of Adelson’s political spending freeze, which is more far-reaching than previously known.

Now this is important dear Sunflower….Annie’s friend, the journalist, gave us some inside information. She swore us to secrecy about her identity because there could be a career impact for her from the Zionist Joos who run the media in his country. She said the authors are both Jews who are also afraid of their Zionist bosses in the media! Here is exactly what she wrote to us:

Annie and Marie, please keep my name out of this, but I have very important information for you and Sunflower, whom I admire very much. While this article has created tremendous panic in the Zionist community, it is actually the information on the Adelsons that Sunflower exposed in her video that caused the Adelsons to back away from donating their millions of dollars to buy the election for Israel.

OK, now listen carefully, because this is the reason why the authors gave every reason but the real one for the Adelsons backing off! THE REAL REASON IS BECAUSE THE ZIONISTS HACKED THE INFORMATION FROM ONE OF YOUR COMPUTERS AND KNEW THAT SUNFLOWER MIGHT EXPOSE THEM FOR BUYING THE ELECTION FOR ISRAEL. THEY KNEW WHAT SHE WAS GOING TO SAY AND THAT FROZE EVERYTHING! So, because they could not reveal that the information was hacked and could not use it (and the Zionists didn’t want them to write about the real reason anyway), they had to come up with another crop of theories as to why the Adelsons mysteriously withheld their millions!

I hope you understand the catastrophe that Sunflower has caused the Zionists….one little person and her blog, a creaming video that exposes what is going on with the evil Zionists and the Israeli plots to control the government through buying the election for their candidate, and the result is a total retreat by these disgusting Adelsons….they CAN’T be seen to being wounded by little person and her blog! Sunflower just won a big round in this fight! Please keep me out of this or my journalism career is over!

Annie and I are going to add some of this information to our script for CCB #7! In addition to the CCB threats about exposing the mouth creaming, we need to lead off with this topic!

Love you now and forever and ever and ever,

Marie (hair standing on end!)

commented 2016-03-02 01:46:37 -0500
This is too much fun watching the media elites squirm and realize people are not just their pawns anymore, well some people. I can only imagine the tantrums they will have if he gets elected president, it will be some damn fine television.

Zia Karl it would be awesome seeing that idiot Justin dealing with Trump , Trump could insult him and Justin would not even realize it until his advisors tell him later.
commented 2016-03-02 01:39:28 -0500
Trump is a plot, set by the Clintons, to divide the Republicans and build overwhelming support for Hillary.

The facts …

The Clintons and the Trumps have had an associate going back over twenty years, when Trump was a bagman for the NYC Democrats. He has met the Clintons on many occasions, and even offered his Florida residence to Bill when he was staying overnight there.

Trump invited the Clintons to his wedding, when Donald married Melania Knauss. The Trumps were also invited to Chelsea Clinton’s wedding by the Clintons. Donald even made a substantial contribution to the married couple’s pot.

Trump has been a long-time supporter of the Clinton Foundation, among many other powerful people.

And Trump was a major contributor to Hillary’s Senate and her 2008 presidential campaigns – raising well over $3 million for both and personally contributing $100,000.

So …

Is Trump’s shake-up of the GOP another Clinton ploy?
commented 2016-03-01 20:49:38 -0500
Pray for Gods protection over Donald Trump
commented 2016-03-01 18:03:46 -0500
Great analysis Ezra, as always!!

A stunted maturity level is one of the various elements that go into making up Lefty Psychosis. What they did is not just dirty and underhanded, it’s bloody childish. On the level of “haha, made you say underwear”!!
commented 2016-03-01 16:43:17 -0500
Melanie Eresman,
Make that two earnest and heartfelt posts. :)

commented 2016-03-01 16:39:41 -0500
Great Trump analysis.
I think you have a finger on the pulse of what makes trump tick.

Little Justine Trulander, who is a lightweight and an ideologue, is going to have a tough last three years of his internship as PM.

Melanie Eresman,
Great earnest and heartfelt post.
You are one of the few people who truly understand what freedom means.

I boycott people who think it’s justified and rational treating women like domestic animals and burying them in the ground so they can pelt them with stones.

Though I get some of the lowest priced contract offers from places like Pakistan and other pitiful countries, I vehemently refuse to award people with those subhuman beliefs systems unless they explicitly denounce and separate themselves from it.

commented 2016-03-01 15:44:50 -0500
Believe me John, I speak up. I am not afraid and have no problems with not being politically correct. I don’t want to be and I don’t have to be. I do enjoy informing stupid people about how stupid they really are. Arrogant? Maybe, but a lot of people are stupid. I enjoy telling the young people what I already know and that’s from “experience” which none of them have and never will as they are too self absorbed with themselves to truly look at a macro view of anything. I came from nothing and I now have everything I need and all done by my own hand. This is why it inferiorates me when I have to live in such a political disaster. I donate my after tax dollars to the charities I beleive in and it’s all here in my city. I don’t announce to the world that we need to do something and then put it all on the government to do and fund, I actually do things on my own dime and then don’t need to brag about it.
commented 2016-03-01 15:28:05 -0500
Terry Black: I don’t think the media ever foresaw this outcome by a long shot and now they are getting desperate to try and create a moment in which they can exploit the voters sensitivities about race. It is like watching when the media jumped all over the drowning boy on the beach in order to smear Harper with accusations of not caring about the plight of the refugees. It was disgusting to watch and I noticed no one ever has put the same blame on Trudeau even though many more refugees have drowned since that one terrible moment that was exploited by the media and the Trudeau administration for his own political gain.
commented 2016-03-01 14:52:36 -0500
There you go!
What the establishment, MSM, RNC and the Elitists’ that usually buy people are trying to hang on him with this Duke and the KKK – is near impossible!
I wasn’t aware of this background with his daughter’s husband but really Jake Tapper CNN no longer even use their heads! Can’t believe a bit of gossip that they utter! :)
commented 2016-03-01 14:43:10 -0500
Marilyn Neilson absolutely no doubt you’re correct, and your reasoned response is testament to your character imo. I feel hope when I read comments like yours, Zia’s, Linda’s, Melanie’s and Eileen’s. We need, and by we I mean western civilization, so no pressure, but we need you real women to be loud and proud. It may cost you some friends but you can make new and better ones. The millenials are hopelessly indoctrinated as Melanie pointed out, and so easily manipulated it’s tragic. We’ve got to do what we can to overcome this, and it starts with choosing to speak up, as you all have.
commented 2016-03-01 14:30:23 -0500
I hope he does win. If nothing else, he’ll provide us with four years of great entertainment.
commented 2016-03-01 14:28:09 -0500
Gawker is just whiny because Trump won’t talk to them, yet he would if they asked him because he is a media whore. The only bad press in his eyes is no press. This “Il Duce” firestorm only makes Gawker look bad, Trump will turn it around and spit in their face. I don’t particularly like him because I think he will be bad for Canada on the trade front, but he is entertaining as an anomoly.
commented 2016-03-01 14:23:31 -0500
Robert Byrd. U.S. Senator from 1959 to 2010, when he died.
commented 2016-03-01 14:19:25 -0500
The first thing a President Trump will tell Trudeau is that if he doesn’t honour the agreement to purchase the F35, that his former Liberal leaders made with the USA and a dozen other countries, that he, Donald Trump will start unilaterally ripping up a few agreements with Canada.

This is exactly what is intended when he says Mexico will pay for the wall. If they don’t pay he will unilaterally close the border with Mexico or place such high tariffs on imports from Mexico that their economy will be decimated.

Without an open border to the USA, Canada’s economy is toast and Trudeau and the Liberals with their agenda are finished.
commented 2016-03-01 14:13:14 -0500
A lot of American voters love Trump for who he is – someone who stands his ground, speaks his mind, and kowtows to no one.
commented 2016-03-01 14:07:03 -0500
Donald Trump is not an ideologue, he is not really left or right. He is whatever he needs to be at any given time. Rubio and Cruz are doctrinaire in their views whereas Trump is essentially a pragmatist in all things. If his daughter loves a Jew, that’s okay with him.

The American media have gone out of their way to link Trump to the KKK, this makes him, according to them, a racist. Funny they never mention Al Sharpton and how he is feted at the White House. Who are the real racists in America? Only whites are racist. Right?
commented 2016-03-01 14:04:10 -0500
It was the young stupid people who got Trudeau elected. They are such a narcissistic generation and only believe in social media and appearances. They certainly don’t understand how their future is going to work. As far as me (46 years old) and all my female friends are concerned not one of us was stupid enough to fall for that idiot who was elected. In the beginning I thought Trump was crazy and I still think he is but it’s the kind of crazy North America needs or we are doomed. Trump will not allow North America to crumble like Canada is on the verge of doing. I am not some brain washed righty nor am I a racist who is afraid of tolerance. I am a hardworking, educated, moral, Canadian woman who sees the bigger picture. So if any lefty wants to open their mouth and spew “their” brainwashed views then bring it on. I DONT want to be tolerant any more because we have tried for 30 years and the facts are it doesn’t work and we are the ones who have lost our rights from trying. People are tribal and they will never be able to live as one big happy family sharing the same values. I will never have a beer around a campfire with a Muslim as I think their believes (especially toward women) are completely inhumane so why would I want them living in MY society and why would they want to live in MY society? What do they offer a Canadian citizen?
commented 2016-03-01 13:54:27 -0500
Canada’s leftist media is fearful of a President Trump who most assuredly would refer to Justin Trudeau as the mental midget he is.

Trudeau is political establishment and political correctness personified the antithesis of Donald Trump.

The USA needs Donald Trump but the world needs him more.