Christopher Jon Bjerknes
Even the New York Times is obliged to acknowledge that Donald Trump expresses himself like a Soviet propagandist, a fact I earlier noted:
Mr. Trump was asked about orders from President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey to detain tens of thousands of Turkish citizens. Asked whether he would press Mr. Erdogan 'to make sure the rule of law applies,' Mr. Trump did not emphasize the delicate nature of criticizing a strategically important ally. Instead, he focused inward, saying that 'when it comes to civil liberties, our country has a lot of problems, and I think it's very hard for us to get involved in other countries when we don't know what we are doing and we can't see straight in our own country.'
The problems he had in mind were 'policemen being shot in the streets, when you have riots, when you have Ferguson. When you have Baltimore.' The United States needs 'to focus on those problems,' he said.
This argument -- that the United States could not be a model because of its domestic problems -- was made during the early years of the Cold War, when racial segregation and violence against civil rights demonstrators generated international criticism. But this case was made by Soviet propagandists, not American presidential Candidates."--Mary L. Dudziak, "Donald Trump and America's Moral Authority", The New York Times, (22 JULY 2016).
I have heard several personalities in the White Nationalist movement degrading the concept of human rights and attacking both the constitution generally, and the bill of rights specifically. Trump does not criticize the constitution, but he does disregard human rights, just like a good bolshevik. The Israelis are eager to join forces with the Russians, because they, too, have no regard for human rights. The communist Chinese also seek to destroy the notion that human beings have inherent rights which no State can lawfully violate. Trump is in league with this line of thought, and we must ask why, and is it mere coincidence that he so consistently advances the Russian communist agenda, together with Le Pen and others of their ilk.
The FBI and CIA ought to take a long hard look at Trump's connections to Russia and Israel and investigate why he puts their interests above those of America. Has Trump ever had contact with known members or assets of the KGB/FSB?
We ought to have full disclosure of all of Trump's business and personal connections so that his conflicts of interest are open to view and subject to immediate scrutiny. He has proudly boasted of his business ties to communist Chinese, but he is always very terse and defensive when it comes to Russia and Putin. Something is going on there, and it is our right and our duty to get to the bottom of it, before it is too late.
It is also interesting to note that Trump acted like a RINO while expressing his love for the LGBT community. He expressed surprise, delight and approval that "Republicans" were accepting of, and enthusiastic about, his stance. I believe he is exploiting Republicans so that he can put in place judges and laws which will enable his robber baron jewish friends to rape the nation in the name of the constitution and freedom. He is also exploiting evangelical Christian zionists for the benefit of Israel. Trump does not think or act like a Christian and is largely ignorant of the religion. Ironically, even his exploitation of the faith is unchristian.
All of this phoniness and closet resentment of America is terribly troubling, most especially so because we have allowed ourselves to be backed into a corner with no alternative to Trump.
It is worth noting that Trump evidently is concerned about the civil liberties of the police in the most basic form of their lives. Hopefully that is not a pretext to implement a police State.