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Frauds and Shills Exposed Themselves Today in Their Furious Reactions to Trump’s Decision to Pull Out of Syria

Today, President Trump announced long-overdue plans to fully withdraw from Syria:

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“We can always go back and BLAST!” LOL. This guy, man.

However, the decision did not go over well with Conservative, Inc.:

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Just say no to Nikki Haley 2024, or for that matter Nikki Haley 20ever. She’s a business-as-usual Bush-McCain neocon globalist.

Look at Meghan McCain’s palpable anger when discussing the matter:

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She’s shaking with rage. She can barely contain herself. This pampered, rich, elitist Washingtonian is irate at the prospect of American soldiers no longer having to fight and die in Syria. And you’re a “feckless coward” if you disagree with her.

Got that? She’s the brave one–sitting there in a television studio shaking her fist with rage demanding a neverending war in Syria which she personally will never be negatively affected by in any way–and you’re the feckless coward for questioning her.

Lindsey Graham, who never saw a conflict he didn’t want America to get involved in, calls this “a disaster in the making”:

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You can tell where Ben Shapiro got his marching orders from, because he said basically the exact same thing:

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You know Mitt had to chime in as well:

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The Kurds, the Kurds, the Kurds.

We need to remain in Syria to ensure that our allies, the Kurds, aren’t attacked by Turkey–which is a NATO member country, meaning ostensibly our ally.

But wait. Why would our allies want to bomb our other allies?

If Turkey truly is our ally, then why wouldn’t we support its crusade against the Kurds? Or perhaps the Turks are not really our allies, yet nevertheless they’re in NATO?

Do these war shills truly grasp that in expressing concern about the Turks massacring the Kurds, they expose the rotten truth about our whole complex web of “allies,” which is that many of our ostensible allies–countries that we send billions of dollars in aid money to each year, and have pledged to go to war to support–are not actually our allies at all?

And if the Neocons are truly as concerned about the safety of the Kurds as they say they are, then why aren’t they itching to go to war with Turkey? The Neocons are real tough when it comes for agitating for easily-winnable wars, but when it comes to a formidable country like Turkey, where is all that bravado then?

If you don’t actually want to go to war with Turkey to save the Kurds, then I’m going to assume all your Concerned Rhetoric regarding the Kurds is B.S. Because the logical conclusion to all this talk about “saving the Kurds” is that we should go to war with Turkey because Turkey wants to kill the Kurds.

But I don’t hear anyone demanding we go to war with Turkey. Guess they don’t really care about the Kurds that much, huh?

It’s almost as if “MUH THE KURDS!!!!” is a flimsy excuse to justify a neverending military presence in Syria, one which benefits virtually no Americans outside of card-carrying members of the Military Industrial Complex and the Deep State.

Trevor Noah, a guy who claims to be Just A Comedian, took time to lecture his viewers on just how vitally important it is that we not abandon the Kurds, who were so incredibly crucial to our efforts to stamp out ISIS:

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And CNN had corrupt former intelligence community boss James Clapper on to explain why Orange Man Bad and Forever War Good:

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With cratering viewership and zero traces of credibility remaining, the sole reason now for CNN’s continued existence is to serve as a platform for ex-intelligence community operatives and officials to advance the Deep State’s agenda. CNN is the official home of the Deep State Coup (est. 2016).

Actually, scratch that: basically all of cable news is now a platform to allow the Deep State to continue its efforts to undo the result of the 2016 election:

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Tune in to CNN to hear from former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper! Flip over to ABC to hear from former National Security Adviser Susan Rice. Virtually all of cable news is now Deep State propaganda. What an era we’re living in.

There was plenty more neoconnery, but by now I’m sure you get the idea: despite seemingly differing party affiliations, they all seem to be on the same side here. The Uniparty is real:

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The Permanent Warfare Shills never actually get around to telling us just how long we should be staying to ensure all of our hard work doesn’t go to waste.

For example, if Trump says, “We should get out of Syria right now,” an honest opponent who actually has a legitimate counter-proposal would say, “No, we need to be there for another year or two, and then it will be OK to leave.”

But they don’t say that. They don’t have legitimate counter-proposals. They don’t have a proposed alternative withdrawal date. They’re not honest.

Instead, their response to Trump is, “NO! We can’t leave!”

So the choice is between leaving now and staying indefinitely, with no timetable or clearly defined (and realistically achievable) objectives.

They never get around to telling us what, exactly, it will take to make it “safe” for us to leave a given country that we’ve occupied. Kurt Schilchter explained it well:

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In reality, our Sisyphean attempts to fix the Middle East will never, ever succeed. We’re over there trying to snuff out terrorist insurgencies which we probably funded at some point way back when. Why did we fund them way back when? Because at the time they were portrayed as “moderates” who could help us defeat some other terrorist insurgency–one which we probably funded even longer ago under the rationale that they, too, were “moderate rebels” who could help us take out some other dangerous group (that we probably at one point in time also funded.)

See the neverending futility of it all?

The only way to break the cycle is to pull out forever.

But we can’t do that! Because that would endanger our latest pet jihadis-in-training, who are suddenly the most important group of people on the planet the moment the subject of withdrawing from the Middle East comes up.

All of the sudden, the Washington elite set erupts in rage about the danger our withdrawal will put the Kurds in, so vitally important are the Kurds.

It’s funny: today they’re all shrieking about how much they love the Kurds, but I don’t recall any of them ever mentioning the importance of the Kurds prior to today.

If they cared about the Kurds as much as they’re now claiming they do, then why are they only now mentioning them?

Tucker Carlson had one of his finest monologues ever on the matter, and that’s saying a lot because this guy nails it on everything:

“The only point that everyone here can agree on is that the interests of foreigners are way more important than our own interests. “It is immoral,” they are telling us, “to look out for own people. But it is virtuous to suffer for others–particularly for those who hate us.”

Hundreds of thousands of Americans die from drugs manufactured from our enemies abroad, Mexico and China. How do our leaders respond? They shrug. They couldn’t care less. They do nothing.

But then Turkey threatens to invade northern Syria–a place not one in a thousand Americans could find on a map–and guess what that is? It’s a historic crisis, and Lindsey Graham won’t stand for it!

What you’re looking at is a set of priorities so mindless, and so perverse, there is in fact no fixing them. In the end, the only solution may be the obvious one: relocate the Kurds to Youngstown, Ohio. Only then will Washington finally care.”

Immaculate. This guy is a national hero.

But he won’t get any credit for it because he’s going against the Establishment Current.

That’s how this whole thing works:

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It’s noteworthy that Republican politicians are only considered “brave” and “courageous” when they agree with the media. Wow, how commendable it is to agree with the media, Hollywood, academia, Fortune 500, the Military Industrial Complex, and the intelligence community! So much at risk, so brave!

And then, of course, Republicans are called “cowards” who “won’t stand up to Trump” when they do something that is unanimiously condemned by the corporate media, the intelligence community, big business, Hollywood, the Military Industrial Complex and academia. Disagree with the media and they’ll slander your name with negative and outright dishonest coverage. They’ll even try to destroy your career and livelihood. And for the unluckiest of the bunch, the media will work with Congressional Democrats to attempt to frame you for sexual assault if you get on their bad side.

But sure: it’s the people who agree with the media who are the brave ones.

Do leftists realize there is literally nothing brave at all about being a leftist? You cannot possibly be taking a bold, brave stance when the entire Western power Establishment agrees with you.

Taking a courageous stance means–and stay with me here–actually going against the crowd. It means being in the minority. It could even mean losing friends, or even your job.

Don’t like it? Nobody said it was gonna be easy.

You can fit in and be on the same side as the Celebrities and Cable News Media, or you can speak the truth.

But not both.

At some point in the future, there will for every last one of us come a time for choosing: stand for what’s right, or fit in with the cool crowd. It sounds like a corny Dad Lecture from an 80s family sitcom, but it’s the truth.

I hope that readers of this site (and myself!) will ponder the matter and truly understand what all this entails. You will be hated, mocked, scorned and abandoned by fake friends for speaking the truth and standing for what’s right.

It’s not the easy path in life. In fact, your life and career path would be a lot easier if you simply decided it wasn’t worth it to stand up to the warmongers, the abortionists, the secularists, the multinational corporations, your radical college professors, the government bureaucrats, the social justice warriors, the globalists.

But it’s worth it. If this country is ever going to turn around and return to its former glory, it will be due to regular people like you and I making the conscious decision to stand for what’s right and speak the truth rather than fitting in.

It requires an acceptance of the hard truth that you will be forever at odds with–and hated by–Hollywood Celebrities, Blue Checks, People On TV, and in all likelihood some of your friends. People will talk shit about you behind your back and even outright refuse to associate with you, but just know that it’s not because you’re wrong–it’s because they’re wrong. Either they have chosen the cowardly path and prioritized fitting in with the crowd, or their heads have been filled with lies. It’s probably a bit of both.

But never lose heart. Even when it seems like you’re surrounded by brainwashed NPCs and the fight is futile, know that there are plenty of us out there on the right side. The Silent Majority–or, more accurately, the Silenced Majority–remains just that: the majority. Speak up and you’ll be surprised at how many people you know actually agree with you, but are too afraid to let it be known outside of the privacy of the voting booth.

We’re trying to retake a country that has been stolen from us by terrible people. We’re fighting for our posterity, so that they won’t have to live under the rule of these devious occupiers and usurpers.

The odds seem stacked against us, but we have the truth on our side, which means all the lies, propaganda, coercion and dirty tricks don’t stand a chance. All we need is the courage to tell the truth.

Ben Shapiro Really Wanted Trump to Bomb Iran, is Pissed it Didn’t Happen

If you’re unaware, the other day, Iran allegedly shot down an unmanned US drone.

In response, the bloodthirsty neocons, who unfortunately have infested the Trump White House, who have long been in control of the Pentagon–and, well, who are we kidding: basically the entire Washington Foreign Policy Establishment–prepared a “response” for the President to approve. It would have been an airstrike on Iranian soil, or “interests” or something, I’m not entirely sure. I believe it was a ship.

It was some form of retaliation that would have killed 150 Iranians, bottom line.

Listen to the President himself describe it:

Trump canceled the proposed airstrike at the last second because it would have killed 150 people. Simply unnecessary.

Remember in 2016 when All The Smart People In Washington™ said Trump was too stupid, too unhinged, too maniacal to be the Commander in Chief? Remember when they said Trump would blow up the world because the role of Commander in Chief would just be too overwhelming for him?

His presidency has been the exact opposite of what they described.

Trump is the one hesitant to use military force whereas the self-described Foreign Policy Experts™ are the ones chomping at the bit to bomb somebody every other week.

So cooler heads–meaning President Trump–prevailed: 150 Iranians didn’t have to die because their military shot one of our flying unmanned robots out of the sky.

And Ben Shapiro is not a happy camper about it!

I haven’t seen Ben Shapiro this worked up in quite a while.

Of all the issues that really touch a nerve for Ben, President Trump not bombing Iran is the one that sends him into fits.

I’ll repeat: not bombing Iran.

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“Terrorism”? What “terrorism,” Ben?

Iran’s military shot down one of our military’s flying drones. It was not “terrorism.”

And what’s this about “disproportionate response”? What he’s talking about is massive retaliation. Iran shoots down one of our drones, we kill 150 of their soldiers. An arm for an eye. In one sentence Ben says we must pursue a policy of “disproportionate response” in order to show Iran we’re not to be messed with, yet in the next sentence Ben says the Iranian mullahs are quite aware that if they get into a full-on war with the US then they’re all dead, and hence don’t want war.

So if they’re already scared of us, why on earth would we need a “disproportionate response” policy to remind them that they should be scared of us?

Ben retweeted this:

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Obama’s “red line” was different. With his “red line,” he said, “Syria, if you use chemical weapons, that’s something we won’t tolerate.” And then when Assad used chemical weapons–or at least our military intelligence said he did–Obama didn’t enforce his own “red line” pronouncement. When you say, “Don’t do that, or there’ll be consequences.” And then they do that and there are no consequences, you look like a chump.

That was what was so bad about Obama’s “red line,” although in hindsight it’s probably good that Obama balked at attacking Syria because there has never been any good reason for us to get involved there. Not now, not in 2013–not ever.

But this was no “red line” moment for Trump on Iran. Trump never said, “Iran, you better not shoot down any US drones or else you’re gonna pay.” There was never any proverbial “red line” drawn by Trump.

But of course, Shapiro and the neocons hope to goad Trump into taking military action against Iran by comparing Trump to Obama. “If you don’t go to war with Iran, you’re a big pussy just like Obama.”

Shapiro had more tweets expressing his displeasure with Trump not bombing Iran–I repeat not bombing Iran.

But as I said above, what was really interesting was that Trump not bombing Iran was the one thing that really set Ben Shapiro off unlike anything else in recent memory. I don’t remember Shapiro launching into angry, stream-of-consciousness tweetstorms over the record number of foreign invaders migrants streaming over the Southern Border. Or about the mainstream media trying to normalize pedophilia, among many other things.

No, on those things he really couldn’t be bothered. He might put out a carefully-crafted zinger tweet that will go viral, but that’s it.

In this case–again, Trump not bombing Iran–Ben Shapiro just could not contain himself. Trump not bombing Iran really touched a nerve for him. You can tell he’s genuinely upset about this.

When Ben Shapiro read the news that President Trump called off a planned airstrike of Iran at the last minute, he was furious. The guy who treats the President like a dog was probably angrily screeching “BAD TRUMP! BAD TRUMP!” when he learned that Trump would not be bombing Iran.

It really is amazing to see just how little Neocons like Ben Shapiro care about the lives of others. Trump was not willing to kill 150 Iranians because their military shot down a drone. Ben, on the other hand, couldn’t have been more gung-ho to kill those 150 people.

The worst part of it is, our country has been run by reckless, bloodthirsty psychopaths like this for the better part of the past 30 years. Not only do 150 Iranian lives mean absolutely nothing to them, they don’t care about American lives, either. Ben Shapiro will gladly send your son off to fight in a pointless Middle Eastern war. He and the Neocon crowd don’t give a shit about American lives, either.

I’m not sure, exactly, why Ben Shapiro is so gung-ho about going to war with Iran. The same question could be asked of a large number of people not only in Washington but within the Trump White House, in the “mainstream” media and last but not least, within the “mainstream conservative movement.”

We don’t need to go to war with Iran. Saying that might put me outside the “mainstream” of conservative opinion but whatever.

Are we endangered by Iran? No. I keep hearing that Iran is the “number-one exporter of terror around the world since 1979” but if I recall correctly 9/11 was carried out by Saudis. More recent terror attacks carried out on US soil were linked to ISIS, not Iran.

Iran might be the number-one exporter of terror worldwide but not in the US. Iran is not a direct threat to us. It might be a direct threat to other countries in the region, but I’m sorry, that’s just not our problem.

I think I speak for most Americans when I say I have absolutely zero appetite for another multi-trillion dollar war in a faraway country that’s going to claim the lives of not only several thousand of America’s best young men, but also the lives of hundreds of thousands–if not millions–of people in Iran, and which will turn millions into refugees overnight. And where will those refugees go? Europe? Will they come here?

I don’t want to destabilize another Middle Eastern regime and turn Iran into a power vacuum where ISIS can reestablish itself.

I just don’t really give a damn about the Middle East. In fact, things seemed to be going a lot better in the Middle East before we started messing around there in the past 40 years or so.

I may speak for most Americans on this matter but because I’m at odds with the Political & Media Establishment–which Ben Shapiro is very much a part of, no matter what anyone says–then I’m considered a “fringe voice” and even anti-American.

Screw that.

Isolationist and proud.

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Tucker, as usual, is on point: