Conservative national security leaders unite to oppose Trump
Donald Trump is unfit to be commander in chief, says group of influential Republicans
“Maclean’s” Magazine is a Canadian neo-con rag along the same lines as Time or Newsweek. And like Time and Newsweek, they are desperate to maintain their illusion of relevance, power and influence over their infinitesimal readership.
Scanning through the article and merely reading the names tells you all you need to know about where the story is coming from:
Michael Chertoff, Eliot Cohen, Dov Zakheim, Robert Zoellick, Richard Haass, Iva Zoric about the only name missing was Henry Kissinger…except the article also expressed concerns from the Council on Foreign Relations itself.
Republican national security leaders and experts have assailed GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump as unfit to be commander in chief, calling him dishonest and describing his positions on key issues as dangerous and uninformed.
The broadsides began Wednesday evening and carried into Thursday when Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., the chairman of the Armed Services Committee and the 2008 presidential nominee, said that Republicans should “think long and hard about who they want to be our next commander in chief and leader of the free world.” Earlier in the day, the 2012 presidential nominee, Mitt Romney, said that if the GOP chooses Trump, “the prospects for a safe and prosperous future are greatly diminished.”
2 thoughts on “israeli dual-nationals in full-on panic as Trump ascends towards White House”
Gaza epitomizes the epicenter of the harrowing ethos and pathos of human conscientiousness — the thesaurus to every psychological algorithm imaginable or inflictable upon a dispossessed people.
For more than 60 years and several generations going forward, the people of Gaza — who were culturally and ancestrally uprooted from their homeland — have since steadfastly endured the abysmal scourge of survival and strangulated coexistence.
The credibility of today’s psychology, therefore, cannot be given a conscientious accreditation if its corpus utterly lacks any or all substantial reference to the psychologically inherited traumas of Gazans and the corresponding physical catastrophes they have been continually subjected to.
The paintings below reflect the devastatingly political impact of the world’s calibrated indifference not only to the plight and suffering of the Palestinian people, but of all people displaced through the sanctification of corporately-funded-warfares.
To profit from the proliferation of mass suffering, devastation and death is a war crime of the most heinous nature. Uncondonable in perpetuity and a damning stigma on and of our presence in time’s athenaeum!