Trump’s NATO Tour – ITEL PT – 7.12.18
POTUS Trump’s excursion to Europe to meet with heads of state at the NATO summit featured as the lead story for Inside the Eye – Live! Prime Time! for Thursday, July 12, 2018. Merkel’s appearance in the spring about her “remorse” about Germany not being able to “combat antisemitism”. The 2018 FIFA World Cup as an expression of multiculturalism closed out the show.
As POTUS Trump through his weight and the weight of the United States around the room at the NATO Summit, demanding that Europe pay more for its own defense. What is missing in the “everyone has to pay more” mentality are the very real and true benefits that America has enjoyed while financing (with fiat currency that is created out of thin air) NATO’s budget from nearly its inception. The United States has essentially been able to occupy Germany now for some 70 years, its Jewish apparatchiks have controlled German politics to the point of building monstrosities to their “holocaust religion” right outside Berlin’s Brandenburg Gate.
None of these intangibles was addressed by Trump, who instead spent his time insisting on everyone “paying more” and how everyone “owes” money to America (patently dumb statement). It got so bad that NATO had to call an emergency session in which POTUS Trump declared victory and then promptly jetted off to jolly ole’ England for another round of contentious foreign policy maneuvering.
One of the more visibly contentious issues raised by Trump is the reality that Germany and Russia are collaborating in the energy sector with Germany partnering with Russia to build Nordstream II, a pipeline to bring Russian natural gas into Germany through a pipeline that traverses the Baltic Sea, effectively securing German energy independence from what it views as unstable and unreliable routes traversing Eastern European countries.
Never mind that such a massive commercial venture effectively reduces tensions as nations begin to intertwine their economies.
Common sense never prevails with Jews who control American foreign policy was all in for “gibs me some of dat!”
Germany’s Merkel Laments Antisemitism
Germany’s Chancellor Merkel appeared on Israeli radio to lament the idea that Germany has not done enough to “combat antisemitism”. The display, at the face of it, can only be viewed as sickening as a foreign head of state appeared on a foreign media outlet to essentially voice concerns that her country was not serving Jews to the fullest extent that Jews demand and expect.
A proper national leader would lament that Jews are so vocal in seeking to destroy Germany and that there are not enough laws on the books to deal with the 5th column treason of Germany’s Jews as they work overtime and with zealous enthusiasm to destroy Germany as a sovereign national people.
Rather, Chancellor Merkel only had to lament that the inclusion of vast numbers of Syrian refugees has added an additional element to the “antisemitism” that has always existed within Germany. Of course, not a word was said about anti-Jewish sentiment being a direct product of Jewish policies and behavior towards Germans and Europe at large, but such a reality cannot be dismissed by any casual yet interested observer.
Multiculturalism Invades National Sports
As the 2018 FIFA World Cup draws to a close in Russia, the final match between France and Croatia presents the world with a clear delineation along nationalist and multiculturalist lines. France’s team is comprised of highly paid professionals comprised largely of French and Africans (born in France) against a Croatian team that is purely a real Croatian national team. France as a nation no longer has the ability to field a purely French team, relying instead on the pool of multicultural morass that has become “France”.
France appears more an outpost of sub Sahara Africa than a European French team.
This reality will be on full display as the 2018 FIFA World Cup plays out its final game on Sunday, July 15.
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