Remember President Trump it’s America 1st. Not Israel. Keep your promise to the AMERICAN People! We Love You, but now we’re watching…

As responsible men, as concerned citizens, as Patriots and Nationalists… we will continue to support your historic campaign.

However, we are DEFINITELY NOT interested in a continuation of foreign entanglements that serve US no purpose.

The ‘nation state’ of Israel should be treated as any other country in the world, no different than England, Italy, Russia, Spain, Germany, France… or Argentina for that matter.

What the Israelis do in the name of ISRAEL, is of no concern to most of us, unless it impacts the United States directly. The same goes for any country on this planet.

Which is exactly why all foreign aid, derived from the American tax payer, should be suspended indefinitely for the longterm foreseeable future.

America 1st.

Not Israel, nor anyone else.

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Israel First or America First! By Patrick J. Buchanan

Donald Trump has a new best friend.

“President-elect Trump, thank you for your warm friendship and your clear-cut support of Israel,” gushed Bibi Netanyahu, after he berated John Kerry in a fashion that would once have resulted in a rupture of diplomatic relations.

Netanyahu accused Kerry of “colluding” in and “orchestrating” an anti-Israel, stab-in-the-back resolution in the Security Council, then lying about it. He offered to provide evidence of Kerry’s complicity and mendacity to President Trump.

Bibi then called in the U.S. ambassador and read him the riot act for 40 minutes. Israel’s ambassador to the U.S. Ron Dermer charged that not only did the U.S. not “stand up to and oppose the gang-up” at the U.N., “the United States was actually behind that gang-up.”

When Ben Rhodes of the National Security Council called the charges false, Dermer dismissed President Obama’s man as a “master of fiction.”

Query: Why is Dermer not on a plane back to Tel Aviv?

Some of us can recall how Eisenhower ordered David Ben-Gurion to get his army out of Sinai in 1957, or face sanctions.

Ben-Gurion did as told. Had he and his ambassador castigated Secretary of State John Foster Dulles, as the Israelis dissed John Kerry, Ike would have called the U.S. ambassador home.

Indeed, Ike’s threat of sanctions against Prime Minister Anthony Eden’s government, which had also invaded Egypt, brought Eden down.

But then Dwight Eisenhower was not Barack Obama, and the America of 1956 was a more self-respecting nation.

Still, this week of rancorous exchanges between two nations that endlessly express their love for each other certainly clears the air.

While Kerry has been denounced for abstaining on the U.N. resolution calling Israeli settlements on the West Bank and in East Jerusalem illegal and an impediment to peace, this has been U.S. policy for years.

And Kerry’s warning in his Wednesday speech that at the end of this road of continuous settlement-building lies an Israel that is either a non-Jewish or a non-democratic state is scarcely anti-Semitic.

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Prime Minister Ehud Barak, the most decorated soldier in Israel’s history, has warned his countrymen, “As long as in this territory west of the Jordan River there is only one political entity called Israel, it is going to be either non-Jewish, or non-Democratic.”

“If the bloc of millions of Palestinians cannot vote” added Barak, “this will be an apartheid state.” Of John Kerry’s speech, Barak said, “Powerful, lucid … World & majority in Israel think the same.”

Defense Secretary-designate Gen. James Mattis warned in 2013 that Israeli settlements were leading to an “apartheid” state.

After Joe Biden visited Israel in 2010, to learn that Netanyahu just approved 1,600 new units in East Jerusalem, Gen. David Petraeus warned: “Arab anger on the Palestine question limits the strength and depth of U.S. partnership with governments and people in the region.”

Yet facts and reality, however unpleasant, cannot be denied.

The two-state solution is almost surely dead. Netanyahu is not going to remove scores of thousands of Jewish settlers from Judea and Samaria to cede the land to a Palestinian state. After all, Bibi opposed Ariel Sharon’s removal of 8,000 Jewish settlers from Gaza.

How will all this impact the new Trump administration?

Having tweeted, “Stay strong Israel, January 20th is fast approaching,” and having named a militant Zionist as his ambassador, Trump is certain to tilt U.S. policy heavily toward Israel.

Politically, this will bring rewards in the U.S. Jewish community.

The Republican Party will become the “pro-Israel” party, while the Democrats can be portrayed as divided and conflicted, with a left wing that is pro-Palestine and sympathetic to sanctions on Israel.

And the problem for Trump in a full embrace of Bibi?

Britain and France, which voted for the resolution where the U.S. abstained, are going to go their separate way on the Israeli-Palestinian issue, as is the world.

Egypt, Jordan and the Gulf Arabs will be pressured by their peoples and by the militant states of the region like Iran, to distance themselves from the Americans or face internal troubles.

And once U.S. pressure ends and settlement building in the West Bank proceeds, Netanyahu, his hawkish Cabinet, the Israeli lobby, the neocons and the congressional Republicans will start beating the drums for Trump to terminate what he himself has called that “horrible Iran deal.”

Calls are already coming for the cancellation of the sale of 80 Boeing jets to Iran. Yet, any U.S. withdrawal from the nuclear deal, or reimposition of sanctions on Iran, will further split us off from our European allies. Not only did Britain and France vote for the Security Council resolution, both are party, as is Germany, to the Iran deal.

Having America publicly reassert herself as Israel’s best friend, with “no daylight” between us, could have us ending up as Israel’s only friend — and Israel as our only friend in the Middle East.

Bibi’s Israel First policy must one day collide with America First.

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5 Comments on Remember President Trump it’s America 1st. Not Israel. Keep your promise to the AMERICAN People! We Love You, but now we’re watching…

  1. Absolutely correct, well done.

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  2. This will be the test of Trump and will of Americans desire to halt our fall.

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  3. I believe in him, as we should. But not follow along blindly. As the true right in America, we must hold his feet to the fire. Not to just be like these anti system cucks, but to act as arbiters.

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  4. All one has to do is look at Trump’s picks,or should I say those “chosen” for him.He has already failed the test you idiots ! It is unbelievable that you still hold him as credible in any way.Hold his feet to the fire ? You are watching ? You guys are like a baseball team behind by a dozen runs in the bottom of the ninth inning still hoping to pullout the game because you have the top of the batting order up.”It ain’t over yet ”

    Bill Rhyse pretty much summed it up with his podcast “THE TRUMP CARD”; that was more than a year ago.And you call us anti system cucks and yourselves True right ? Arbiters ? Laughable ! ,And who cares what Pat Buchanan says ? We certainly don’t need him to read the writing on the wall for us when it is in plain view.The greatest used car salesman in the country sold you a lemon and you signed the bill of sale AS IS- NO WARRANTY.Even though the motor is locked up,you still go out there everyday to see if maybe it will fire up hoping against hope that you have not been had. HAHAHA!!! Rich, Northpal,and other Trumpettes have led you into an ambush and all you can do now is take a wait and see position and deny your incorrect assessment of this jew shill Donald Trump ? Looks like there is a boogeyman after all.But let’s not chase him or even name him.That would be cuckish.Hopefully you guys will emerge from your deep sleep as your anti-hero carries on his open pro jewish agenda.

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    • What’s your alternative?

      It’s easy to throw out a criticism. But don’t do it without providing an alternative. This site does a better job than most when it comes to weeding through all the bullshit.

      What is your path forward?

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