Friday, March 25, 2016

More hysterical attacks on Trump

I follow several mainstream news media sources, and their all regularly publish irrational tirades against Donald Ttump. Here is one from David Brooks of the NY Times:
Donald Trump is epically unprepared to be president. He has no realistic policies, no advisers, no capacity to learn. His vast narcissism makes him a closed fortress. He doesn’t know what he doesn’t know and he’s uninterested in finding out. He insults the office Abraham Lincoln once occupied by running for it with less preparation than most of us would undertake to buy a sofa.

Trump is perhaps the most dishonest person to run for high office in our lifetimes. All politicians stretch the truth, but Trump has a steady obliviousness to accuracy. ...

He is a childish man running for a job that requires maturity. He is an insecure boasting little boy whose desires were somehow arrested at age 12. He surrounds himself with sycophants. ...

In some rare cases, political victors do not deserve our respect. George Wallace won elections, but to endorse those outcomes would be a moral failure.

And so it is with Trump.

History is a long record of men like him temporarily rising, stretching back to biblical times.
He then goes on to give an Old Testament biblical argument against Trump.

Brooks is supposedly the conservative columnist at the NY Times, but he voted for Barack Obama in 2008. He is also Jewish and has a son serving in the Israeli army.

Apparently Trump trying to make America great again is deeply unsettling to his religious and ideological prejudices.

Here is an explanation for Brooks misunderstand Trump.

Brooks admits that he misunderstood Trump, but that is not all that is going on. The most venomous Trump hatred is nearly all coming from Jewish columnists and pundits. Some of it comes from supposedly conservative sources, such as the neo-conservatives and National Review.

I think that it is pretty clear that there is religious hatred for Trump. The Jews and Moslems are openly declaring a culture war against America as we know it.

It is not that Trump is anti-Jewish. He is the most pro-Jewish presidential candidate in decades. See this Jewish article for proof.

The attacks on Trump are hysterical and nonsensical. He is not childish and insecure, and that should be obvious. Hillary Clinton is the most dishonest candidate for President.

You know that they are no argument when they compare Trump to Hitler. Hitler was a socialist and a warmonger. Bernie Sanders is the socialist in the race, and Clinton is the warmonger. They are more like Hitler.

Someone sent me this page of Hitler quotes. I do not see any similarity to Trump. According to those quotes, Nazism was a reaction to Jewish Communism, which was a major threat to Germany at the time. If you do not want another Hitler, then you should be on the lookout for movements like Jewish Communism.

I also found this video of Why the Jewish Elite Hates Donald Trump. This seems like excessive criticism of the Jews to me, but educate yourself. Learn both sides of the story, because the political battle lines are being drawn.

Note that it is the Jewish elites who hate Trump. Trump and the others spoke at the American Israel Public Affairs Committee's conference (AIPAC). The Jewish elites apologized, while Trump earned the most enthusiastic response of any speaker. My guess is that Trump will win more Jewish votes in November than previous Republican candidates.


Anonymous said...

The most venomous Trump hatred is nearly all coming from Jewish columnists and pundits.

I think that it is pretty clear that there is religious hatred for Trump.

My guess is that Trump will win more Jewish votes in November than previous Republican candidates.

Are you saying that he will win more Jewish votes despite receiving the most venomous hatred from Jewish columnists and pundits and the religious hatred for Trump ? It would seem to me that all of that hatred will lead to him receiving fewer votes. People don't vote for the candidtate that they hate. What makes you think so many will vote for Trump ? The polls don't indicate it.

Geoge W. was very pro Israel and didn't do so well with Jewish voters in 2000 & 2004, receiving just 19% and 24% of the Jewish vote. By comparison, Romney won 30% of the Jewsih vote.

March 21, showed that 72 percent of Jewish Americans have an unfavorable view of both Cruz and Trump. 24 percent see Trump as favorable. John Kasich is the only Republican presidential candidate who has a positive image among Jewish Americans (45/28 favorable/unfavorable).

Why do you think Kasich has almost double the favorable rating compared to Trump ?

Roger said...

You could be right, but Trump's campaign is based on voters not listening to how the elites are telling them how to vote. Some demographic groups will listen, and some will not.

I don't why Kasich is so popular with the Jews. Apparently he spends a lot of time catering to the pro-Israel lobby. Or maybe Jews think that he is owned by someone who is using him to be a spoiler.

Anonymous said...

I don't think that Trump has a problem with Jews at all, but Jews for one reason or another have a problem with Trump, and it's not based on elites telling them how to vote. It's because they have a problem with Republicans in general, with the exception of Kasich which I can't explain. For Kasich to have only a 28% unfavorable rating with Jews vs. Cruz's and Trump's 72% is pretty amazing. There's talk that Kasich and his possible, ability to deliver Ohio is still in it to leverage his way into being Trump's running mate. I really doubt Jews support him because they see him as a spoiler. They really love him, for a Repub. but I just don't think that that's why.

Anonymous said...

No, Trump is really no Hitler. But he might be like some of the politicians that immediately preceded him. Concerned with the decline of his country, the decadence, the multiculturalism, the decline of the family, and the corruption of the institutions of government and the mass media. Trump wants to stem the tide. Hitler on the other hand attained power in Germany when things were terrible. One of the cultural powerhouse nations of world on its knees. Desperation is the mother of necessity.

In other words, America should take a Trump now, rather than get a Hitler later when things are much worse. Even so, if Trump made it to the Whitehouse, I would expect that his ability to act would be impeded as much as possible. The powers that are against him control so much of America that people simply do not believe it, even when they are shown.

And it is very simple how all this came to be. A group of people set about to eradicate racial consciousness in the populations of Western countries through social conditioning. Did this group of people do it consciously themselves? I actually do not think so. Nonetheless, it has been done. And it must be undone or the consequences down the road will be dire.

Roger said...

I agree with you. That "group of people" includes many Jews and non-Jews. Singling out Jews can be a distraction from the bigger issues.