Trump the Nationalist Globalist

Kurt Nimmo

It’s time for the alt-right, Matt Drudge, Breitbart, Alex Jones, and the rest who put Donald Trump in the White House to answer a simple question.

How can a president be both a nationalist and globalist at the same time?

“Hey, I’m a nationalist and a globalist,” said Trump. “I’m both. And I’m the only one who makes the decision, believe me.”

Trump made this contradictory claim after promising to dump the NAFTA “free trade” agreement that has decimated the industrial base of America and shipped jobs to Mexico, China, and other third world hellholes.

Remember the so-called Carrier deal? Trump used it to say he will save American jobs. It turned out to be a scam. The company was promised a $7-million state tax break from Indiana over 10 years to keep 730 jobs with no guarantee the jobs will be around in a decade. It was billed as a bold move to stop corporations from moving jobs offshore. It’s nothing but a cruel joke.

During the campaign, Trump criticized “a global power structure that is responsible for the economic decisions that have robbed our working class, stripped our country of its wealth and put that money into the pockets of a handful of large corporations and political entities.”

After taking office, Trump staffed his administration with Goldman Sachs banksters and gave his trademark thumbs-up to the export-import bank, which hands over taxpayer money to corporatists so they can sell their products overseas.

Remarkably, some people claimed Trump is a libertarian.

Donald Trump is a classic crony capitalist. We knew this well before the November election. He used state and local governments in New York and Connecticut to get preferential treatment for his business. He even tried to steal land from a widow under the guise of “eminent domain.” Trump wanted the state of New York to prevent the construction of a casino because it would have competed with his casino interests.

Trump obviously agrees with John D. Rockefeller, who proclaimed “competition is a sin.”

Some of us saw this coming. It was obvious from the start the former Democrat and golf buddy of Bill Clinton said whatever came to mind in order to get elected. Like all sociopaths and narcissists, he is a pathological liar. The naivety of those who said he is a champion of the American worker and the little guy is nothing short of astounding.

Trump insisted he is a noninterventionist, and yet after taking office he bombed Iraq and Yemen, killing hundreds. It was obvious he would do this. He said during the campaign he would steal Iraq and Syria’s oil and “bomb the shit” out of the Islamic State. He advocated torture and said the families of suspected terrorists should be killed.

Donald Trump is a liar but then this is normal behavior for the political class. They not only lie to us and we accept it with little complaint, they also engage in psychopathic behavior under the guise of Make America Great Again.