Mission & Name
US Foreign Policy (Dr. El-Najjar's Articles)
Is a People's New World Order
By Eric Walberg
||Marine Le Pen
A populist wave that began with Brexit in June became a tsunami as
Trump's cyclone hit Washington Tuesday night, leaving the capital in a
shambles. His is a story straight out of Grimm's fairytales. the peasants
rose up. The phony civility of the neoconservative nightmare that Americans
(and the world) have endured for years is cracking.
is a pure protest by the masses. Exciting, but disturbing, as Trump is just
another billionaire. He will be sure to look after his own, but then again,
maybe he can stare them down. Fortunately, there is the Republican Congress
and Senate to provide stability as the upstart get his feet on the ground.
The weakened Democrats will have to fight extra hard after years of
complacency under the nice, liberal Obama.
For critics of media
control by the Israel lobby in the US, and the sham elections where money
rules, the victory shattered this paradigm. "Though the 'Masters of
Discourse' control the entirety of world media, and they decide what people
may think and say from Canada to Hong Kong, only you, American citizens, can
defeat them. Trump has a great quality making him fit for the task: he is
impervious to labels and libels. He had been called everything in the book:
anti-Semite, racist, women hater, you name it. And he still survived that
flak. Such people are very rare," writes Israel Shamir.
presidents since Jimmy Carter have campaigned as outsiders. Reagan, Bill
Clinton, Bush jr, Obama. But they were all seasoned politicians and all
President Trump - think: Governor Ventura
There is a precedent of a boorish outsider, made famous and pilloried in
the media, who catapulted into the political world. His name is Jesse
Ventura, a former professional wrestler who served as the 38th Governor of
Minnesota from 1999 to 2003. He was the first member of the Reform Party to
win a major government position, now in the Independence Party of Minnesota.
He surprised everyone with a sober, uncorrupt term in office, reforming
taxation and constructing the METRO Blue Line light rail in the
Minneapolis–Saint Paul. He shattered the Republican-Democratic stranglehold
and no one suffered. Trump has shattered it again. He makes a path open to a
third party or independent candidate in the future.
ad, a 2-minute masterpiece of populist rhetoric infuriated the ADL for
hinting the obvious: the forces of international finance that have their own
agenda for the US, behind our backs, and whose agent is/was Hillary Clinton.
He depicted a "global power structure" that is "bleeding America dry" with
horrible trade deals that enrich elites and open the gates to mass
The people behind this globalist
takeover include George Soros, Federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellen and
Goldman Sachs Chairman Lloyd Blankfein, with the implication that Clinton is
their minion. "The Clinton machine is at the center of this power structure.
We’ve seen this first hand in the WikiLeaks documents, in which Hillary
Clinton meets in secret with international banks to plot the destruction of
US sovereignty in order to enrich these global financial powers, her special
interest friends and her donors," charged Trump.
That jab alone was
worth more than all of Hillary's millions spent on ads attacking him for
peccadilloes. Now the intelligent Republicans are waking up. Trumps' words
are branded in their minds. That alone makes the election historic.
The ADL's slander of Trump--This ad touches on images and rhetoric that
anti-Semites have used for age--merely alerted Americans to the emptiness of
the 'antisemitic' slur. If something is true, pointing it out is not
Senior House deputy whip Dennis Ross of Florida lauds Trump
for his know ability as negotiator. "Sure, he might toss out statements like
‘build a wall,’ or ‘no Muslims,’ and say something sensational. But then he
knows how to give in a bit and come up with a solution."
Speaker Paul Ryan publicly disowned Trump during the campaign, and now has
to eating crow. The closest modern comparison of an outsider president and a
speaker of the same political party may be the fractious relationship during
the late 1970s between Democrats President Jimmy Carter and House Speaker
Tip O’Neill. Carter’s team didn’t have an appreciation for how the system
worked in Washington and struggled to advance his agenda.
New American ball game
The Republican win in the Congress
and Senate, with a Republican president, offers a chance to produce
meaningful change. Will Trump develop more concern for the environment and
work to help the millions of poor Americans who put their trust in him? He
has a huge responsibility to repay his voters and give hope for
reconciliation with his opponents. There is much soul searching to be done
now, on both sides of the divide in American political life.
election represents a call to action for people to fight hard to save the
environment, rebuild a county falling apart, and demand a responsible US
Democracy only works when we all take part. People
are awakening from their Wall St induced sleep. Look for a new 'Occupy Wall
St' and peace campaigning.
That's the bright side. Trump's policies
on the Middle East and Iran are confused and incoherent. Let's hope that his
friendship with Vladimir Putin portends realism, and the ability and intent
to change the US imperial mindset that plagues the world. The French are
just as furious with the same scenario there. Trump's victory makes a
victory for the Front National's Marine Le Pen more likely. "The American
people – free!” Le Pen tweeted as Trump's count reached the threshold of
It also gives energy to Britain's vote to leave the European
Union. Protest candidates throughout Europe have gained votes and seats in
many countries, and entered government coalitions in 11 Western democracies,
including in Austria, Italy and Switzerland.
This wave of protest is
gathering momentum. The American people have the chance now, and the
responsibility, to help shape where Trump will take his 'revolution'.
Whether he can work with his foreign counterparts to create a people's 'new
world order', not the one Bush sr promised in 1991 and that Bush jr failed
to achieve. Foreign policy has too long been off limits, done by elites
behind closed doors.
Government has to listen to the people now,
after years of passivity and policies shaped by the elite. Trump made
serious promises to revitalize American. People will now hold him to them.
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