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Donald Trump Thinks the Jews Aren't Grateful Enough

Postby HP Mageson666 » Fri Feb 08, 2019 9:46 pm

Opinion Donald Trump Thinks the Jews Aren't Grateful Enough
'But I gave them Jerusalem!' A recent report warned of a 'growing frustration' in the White House for U.S. Jews' lack of appreciation for his policies toward Israel. Perhaps because they're too grown up, and informed, to supply such unfounded adulation

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Re: Donald Trump Thinks the Jews Aren't Grateful Enough

Postby Alexander » Sat Feb 09, 2019 12:24 am

So fellating a Holocaust survivor in his SOTU speech and droning on and on about WW2, didn't get him anything. SAD!!

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Re: Donald Trump Thinks the Jews Aren't Grateful Enough

Postby Valontuoja » Sat Feb 09, 2019 1:37 am

Interesting. This might also be related:
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Postby Jack » Sat Feb 09, 2019 3:53 am

Trump doesn't seem to give a shit. He just says whats on his mind, never reads from a prepared script.
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Re: Donald Trump Thinks the Jews Aren't Grateful Enough

Postby Sinistra » Sat Feb 09, 2019 11:20 am

Marine Le Pain was a good shabbot shiksa whore for years what did it lead her ? She got nothing and almost got interned. That's just jews being jews.
Now if Trump starts taking it personally, with his choleric temper and his huge ego, he could start becoming antisemitic.

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Postby luis » Sat Feb 09, 2019 11:47 am

Sinistra wrote:Marine Le Pain was a good shabbot shiksa whore for years what did it lead her ? She got nothing and almost got interned. That's just jews being jews.
Now if Trump starts taking it personally, with his choleric temper and his huge ego, he could start becoming antisemitic.

The problem is that he is merried to a jewess and his son is a jew. I don't think he can become fully anti-semitic but he can sure hate Israel a lot and not help them.

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Re: Donald Trump Thinks the Jews Aren't Grateful Enough

Postby Jack » Sat Feb 09, 2019 12:44 pm

luis wrote:
Sinistra wrote:Marine Le Pain was a good shabbot shiksa whore for years what did it lead her ? She got nothing and almost got interned. That's just jews being jews.
Now if Trump starts taking it personally, with his choleric temper and his huge ego, he could start becoming antisemitic.

The problem is that he is merried to a jewess and his son is a jew. I don't think he can become fully anti-semitic but he can sure hate Israel a lot and not help them.

Wait what ? Care to provide proof that he's married to a Jew ?
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Re: Donald Trump Thinks the Jews Aren't Grateful Enough

Postby luis » Sat Feb 09, 2019 12:50 pm

Jack wrote:
luis wrote:
Sinistra wrote:Marine Le Pain was a good shabbot shiksa whore for years what did it lead her ? She got nothing and almost got interned. That's just jews being jews.
Now if Trump starts taking it personally, with his choleric temper and his huge ego, he could start becoming antisemitic.

The problem is that he is merried to a jewess and his son is a jew. I don't think he can become fully anti-semitic but he can sure hate Israel a lot and not help them.

Wait what ? Care to provide proof that he's married to a Jew ?

Isn't she jewish? I looked up now online and you can find this easily, this one about his daughter https://edition.cnn.com/interactive/2017/politics/state/ivanka-trump-religion/
And there are many more even about Melania. I didn't post the ones about Melania because i don't to link site like Times of Israel here...but you can find them easily.

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Re: Donald Trump Thinks the Jews Aren't Grateful Enough

Postby Ol argedco luciftias » Sat Feb 09, 2019 4:49 pm

luis wrote:...

I think Times of Israel wants to claim every rich or successful person as jewish to make themselves look better, but it isn't true. Melania is just Eastern European, and has had some plastic surgery to make her face look a little different, but I don't tgink she's jewish. But he did let a jew marry his daughter, but this could be a way to try to have himself be "more accepted by the tribe"
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Re: Donald Trump Thinks the Jews Aren't Grateful Enough

Postby luis » Sat Feb 09, 2019 5:34 pm

Ol argedco luciftias wrote:
luis wrote:...

I think Times of Israel wants to claim every rich or successful person as jewish to make themselves look better, but it isn't true. Melania is just Eastern European, and has had some plastic surgery to make her face look a little different, but I don't tgink she's jewish. But he did let a jew marry his daughter, but this could be a way to try to have himself be "more accepted by the tribe"

Well i hope so. I think i've read that she is a jew here so it becomed common true to me but if she isn't even better.

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Re: Donald Trump Thinks the Jews Aren't Grateful Enough

Postby HP Mageson666 » Sat Feb 09, 2019 7:30 pm

Trump is learning its never enough for these people he gave them a fucking city and they still demand more.

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Re: Donald Trump Thinks the Jews Aren't Grateful Enough

Postby HP. Hoodedcobra666 » Sat Feb 09, 2019 8:20 pm

Trump basically handed them not only Pissrael's territory, but a Carte Blanc so that if anyone was to invade them, America would be, at least in theory, also attacked.

But it doesn't matter, all that matters is the jew is never satisfied and always will hate him.

Does anyone have the whole article? This piece of jewish whiny garbage requires shekels to even be read.
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Re: Donald Trump Thinks the Jews Aren't Grateful Enough

Postby Powstanie Pogańskie » Sat Feb 09, 2019 11:58 pm

HP. Hoodedcobra666 wrote:Trump basically handed them not only Pissrael's territory, but a Carte Blanc so that if anyone was to invade them, America would be, at least in theory, also attacked.

But it doesn't matter, all that matters is the jew is never satisfied and always will hate him.

Does anyone have the whole article? This piece of jewish whiny garbage requires shekels to even be read.


I managed to find it somewhere, no shekels needed.

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Donald Trump Thinks the Jews Aren't Grateful Enough
'But I gave them Jerusalem!' A recent report warned of a 'growing frustration' in the White House for U.S. Jews' lack of appreciation for his policies toward Israel. Perhaps because they're too grown up, and informed, to supply such unfounded adulation

Anshel Pfeffer
22.09.2018 | 16:20
The annual assessments of the Jewish People Policy Institute rarely tell us stuff we don’t know. But the latest report, presented to the Israeli government and published on the JPPI’s website earlier this month, did include a paragraph that caught the eye of some journalists.

"Israel and U.S. Jewish organizations should sharpen their awareness," the report noted – "of a trend of growing frustration within the Trump administration that the president’s pro-Israel moves (especially the transfer of the embassy to Jerusalem) are not sufficiently appreciated by large segments of the American Jewish community."

This is a basically nice way of saying that Donald Trump and his sycophantic toadies are unimpressed that the majority of American Jews are grown-up enough and sufficiently informed to see that his "pro-Israel" policies may help the Likud government in the short-term, but certainly won't ensure Israel’s long-term security and peace with its neighbors.

It’s hard to see, however, how anyone who has been paying the slightest attention to the goings-on of American politics over the last two years could be more aware that Trump craves constant and absolute adulation.

But besides stating the bleeding obvious, the JPPI’s experts don’t seem to have any recommendations how Israel and American Jews should be dealing with an insecure and unhinged president. Especially as, and the report omits this part, many of those within his administration who are so apparently frustrated over the lack of appreciation from "large segments of the American Jewish community," are themselves Jewish.

Sure, they are a minority among American Jews, but the Trump Jews not only think that cutting off any realistic possibility of Israel achieving some sort of viable accommodation with the Palestinians is a good thing. They actually think we must express, in our Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur prayers, eternal gratitude to Trump for wishing upon us a future in which we continue to brutally rule over millions of Palestinians living without a minimum of self-determination and civil rights.

Putting aside the internal contradiction of these proud Jews’ thinking, who would surely argue that Trump’s policy is in the United States’ benefit as well. So why the craven need for our gratitude? What does the JPPI think we should do with this unique and rather dismal situation?

Sadly, this leading think-tank has no new ideas. "Israel and the leading U.S. Jewish organizations should work to foster the Triangular Relationship: Jerusalem-Washington-American Jewry," it recommends. Apparently this triad "is a decisive force multiplier of the power of Israel and the Jewish people." Old and tired prescriptions for new challenges. Makes sense.

The mindset that sees the relationship between the two largest Jewish communities in the world as some kind of "power" alliance is both outdated and harmful. It’s outdated, because Israel’s relationship with the U.S. has long ago transcended the cosy ties where well-connected Jews in either major American party were needed to pass messages between Jerusalem and Washington. Sure, there remain, as ever, influential Jewish-American individuals, donors and lobbyists, but their influence is greatly exaggerated.

Even AIPAC is no longer important to Israel’s foreign policy; from the viewpoint of Israel's government, its main use nowadays is to balance other Jewish groups critical of his politics, like JStreet. In any case, Israel’s main support in the U.S. comes from Christian Evangelists, not from Jews who can’t be trusted to show sufficient gratitude to Netanyahu's friend President Trump.

The belief that Israel needs American Jews as a "strategic asset" who will be there for in its hour of need is part of the lingering trauma of the Yom Kippur War. During the war, the narrative goes, the Israeli government was extremely anxious to ensure that an airlift of American arms would arrive before Israel's own reserves of ammunition ran out.


But this is largely a historical myth. The airlift was sent, not because of American Jews, but largely because the Nixon administration saw Israel as its ally in a region dominated by Soviet-backed Arab regimes.

And when the airlift arrived, it was too late anyway to make a difference to the war’s course, which had already turned in Israel’s favor. Very few freshly arrived American arms and munitions were used during the Yom Kippur War itself - and even if the airlift had arrived a few days earlier, as some claimed was possible (which it probably wasn’t), it’s highly unlikely it would have made much of a difference during the crucial stages of fighting on the Golan and the banks of the Suez Canal.

In any case, that was 45 years ago. It’s impossible nowadays, when Egypt and Jordan are allies and Syria no longer constitutes a major military threat, to concoct a hypothetical scenario in which Israel would face a similar predicament, with numerically superior enemies attacking it simultaneously on two fronts. Israel is secure and powerful enough to hold its own in the region, and the ten-year 38 billion dollar military assistance program is much more important to the American weapons industry as a backdoor subsidy, than it is to Israel’s survival.

The notion that the influence and money of American Jews is somehow key to ensuring Israel’s security is downright harmful to Jews. Perhaps not so much for those in America at this point, but it has reinforced a dangerous and anti-Semitic myth which is being wielded against Jews in other places. If American Jews are looking for a taste of the backlash they may soon be feeling from their own left-wingers, just look across the pond.

British Jews who are daring to speak out against the surge of anti-Semitism within the highest echelons of the Labour Party, which could soon gain power, are being branded by close allies of party leader Jeremy Corbyn as "Trump fanatics," – and their accusations summarily discounted and dismissed.

Benjamin and Sara Netanyahu, Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner pose for a selfie during the dedication of the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem, May 14, 2018.
Benjamin and Sara Netanyahu, Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner pose for a selfie during the dedication of the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem, May 14, 2018. Kobi Gidon
The perception of Jewish power at the heart of the world’s major capitals is a double-edged sword. The JPPI report calls it "a decisive force multiplier" – tellingly, a crude translation of Israeli military jargon. With the toxic combination of an ignorant and vainglorious U.S. president, opposed by the vast majority of U.S. Jews, and an extremely intelligent Israeli prime minister, who believes the Diaspora exist only to serve his narrow self-interest, there is no prospect of aligning the interests of Israeli and non-Israeli Jews.

But an institute like the JPPI, which has a vested interest in coming up with joint Jewish policy recommendations, cannot contemplate such a situation, exposing its current irrelevance. As things stand, neither the Netanyahu nor Trump's Jewish advisors are heeding its well-meaning recommendations.

This is a unique moment in history. When a large majority of American Jews understand how dangerous their president is, to their own country and to Israel. And a majority of Israelis are convinced otherwise.

At this juncture, the only responsible policy recommendation for U.S. Jews would be to plot their own course. They can’t look out for Israel’s interests when their president is impervious to anything but flattery - and Israelis won’t listen to their warnings anyway.

If it’s any consolation, Israel is strong enough to fend for itself in the meanwhile. When the Trump-Netanyahu nightmare is over, there will be time enough for reconciliation.
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Re: Donald Trump Thinks the Jews Aren't Grateful Enough

Postby Shael » Sun Feb 10, 2019 1:07 am

HP. Hoodedcobra666 wrote:Trump basically handed them not only Pissrael's territory, but a Carte Blanc so that if anyone was to invade them, America would be, at least in theory, also attacked.

But it doesn't matter, all that matters is the jew is never satisfied and always will hate him.

Does anyone have the whole article? This piece of jewish whiny garbage requires shekels to even be read.


Opinion Donald Trump Thinks the Jews Aren't Grateful Enough

'But I gave them Jerusalem!' A recent report warned of a 'growing frustration' in the White House for U.S. Jews' lack of appreciation for his policies toward Israel. Perhaps because they're too grown up, and informed, to supply such unfounded adulation

The annual assessments of the Jewish People Policy Institute rarely tell us stuff we don’t know. But the latest report, presented to the Israeli government and published on the JPPI’s website earlier this month, did include a paragraph that caught the eye of some journalists.

"Israel and U.S. Jewish organizations should sharpen their awareness," the report noted – "of a trend of growing frustration within the Trump administration that the president’s pro-Israel moves (especially the transfer of the embassy to Jerusalem) are not sufficiently appreciated by large segments of the American Jewish community."

This is a basically nice way of saying that Donald Trump and his sycophantic toadies are unimpressed that the majority of American Jews are grown-up enough and sufficiently informed to see that his "pro-Israel" policies may help the Likud government in the short-term, but certainly won't ensure Israel’s long-term security and peace with its neighbors.

It’s hard to see, however, how anyone who has been paying the slightest attention to the goings-on of American politics over the last two years could be more aware that Trump craves constant and absolute adulation.

But besides stating the bleeding obvious, the JPPI’s experts don’t seem to have any recommendations how Israel and American Jews should be dealing with an insecure and unhinged president. Especially as, and the report omits this part, many of those within his administration who are so apparently frustrated over the lack of appreciation from "large segments of the American Jewish community," are themselves Jewish.

Sure, they are a minority among American Jews, but the Trump Jews not only think that cutting off any realistic possibility of Israel achieving some sort of viable accommodation with the Palestinians is a good thing. They actually think we must express, in our Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur prayers, eternal gratitude to Trump for wishing upon us a future in which we continue to brutally rule over millions of Palestinians living without a minimum of self-determination and civil rights.

Putting aside the internal contradiction of these proud Jews’ thinking, who would surely argue that Trump’s policy is in the United States’ benefit as well. So why the craven need for our gratitude? What does the JPPI think we should do with this unique and rather dismal situation?

Sadly, this leading think-tank has no new ideas. "Israel and the leading U.S. Jewish organizations should work to foster the Triangular Relationship: Jerusalem-Washington-American Jewry," it recommends. Apparently this triad "is a decisive force multiplier of the power of Israel and the Jewish people." Old and tired prescriptions for new challenges. Makes sense.

The mindset that sees the relationship between the two largest Jewish communities in the world as some kind of "power" alliance is both outdated and harmful. It’s outdated, because Israel’s relationship with the U.S. has long ago transcended the cosy ties where well-connected Jews in either major American party were needed to pass messages between Jerusalem and Washington. Sure, there remain, as ever, influential Jewish-American individuals, donors and lobbyists, but their influence is greatly exaggerated.

Even AIPAC is no longer important to Israel’s foreign policy; from the viewpoint of Israel's government,  its main use nowadays is to balance other Jewish groups critical of his politics, like JStreet. In any case, Israel’s main support in the U.S. comes from Christian Evangelists, not from Jews who can’t be trusted to show sufficient gratitude to Netanyahu's friend President Trump.


The belief that Israel needs American Jews as a "strategic asset" who will be there for in its hour of need is part of the lingering trauma of the Yom Kippur War. During the war, the narrative goes, the Israeli government was extremely anxious to ensure that an airlift of American arms would arrive before Israel's own reserves of ammunition ran out.

But this is largely a historical myth. The airlift was sent, not because of American Jews, but largely because the Nixon administration saw Israel as its ally in a region dominated by Soviet-backed Arab regimes.

And when the airlift arrived, it was too late anyway to make a difference to the war’s course, which had already turned in Israel’s favor. Very few freshly arrived American arms and munitions were used during the Yom Kippur War itself - and even if the airlift had arrived a few days earlier, as some claimed was possible (which it probably wasn’t), it’s highly unlikely it would have made much of a difference during the crucial stages of fighting on the Golan and the banks of the Suez Canal.

In any case, that was 45 years ago. It’s impossible nowadays, when Egypt and Jordan are allies and Syria no longer constitutes a major military threat, to concoct a hypothetical scenario in which Israel would face a similar predicament, with numerically superior enemies attacking it simultaneously on two fronts. Israel is secure and powerful enough to hold its own in the region, and the ten-year 38 billion dollar military assistance program is much more important to the American weapons industry as a backdoor subsidy, than it is to Israel’s survival.

The notion that the influence and money of American Jews is somehow key to ensuring Israel’s security is downright harmful to Jews. Perhaps not so much for those in America at this point, but it has reinforced a dangerous and anti-Semitic myth which is being wielded against Jews in other places. If American Jews are looking for a taste of the backlash they may soon be feeling from their own left-wingers, just look across the pond.

British Jews who are daring to speak out against the surge of anti-Semitism within the highest echelons of the Labour Party, which could soon gain power, are being branded by close allies of party leader Jeremy Corbyn as "Trump fanatics," – and their accusations summarily discounted and dismissed.

The perception of Jewish power at the heart of the world’s major capitals is a double-edged sword. The JPPI report calls it "a decisive force multiplier" – tellingly, a crude translation of Israeli military jargon. With the toxic combination of an ignorant and vainglorious U.S. president, opposed by the vast majority of U.S. Jews, and an extremely intelligent Israeli prime minister, who believes the Diaspora exist only to serve his narrow self-interest, there is no prospect of aligning the interests of Israeli and non-Israeli Jews. 

But an institute like the JPPI, which has a vested interest in coming up with joint Jewish policy recommendations, cannot contemplate such a situation, exposing its current irrelevance. As things stand, neither the Netanyahu nor Trump's Jewish advisors are heeding its well-meaning recommendations.

This is a unique moment in history. When a large majority of American Jews understand how dangerous their president is, to their own country and to Israel. And a majority of Israelis are convinced otherwise.

At this juncture, the only responsible policy recommendation for U.S. Jews would be to plot their own course. They can’t look out for Israel’s interests when their president is impervious to anything but flattery - and Israelis won’t listen to their warnings anyway.

If it’s any consolation, Israel is strong enough to fend for itself in the meanwhile. When the Trump-Netanyahu nightmare is over, there will be time enough for reconciliation.
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Re: Donald Trump Thinks the Jews Aren't Grateful Enough

Postby Scion of Atlantis » Sun Feb 10, 2019 9:46 am

Almost every non-Jewish president we've had develops a distaste or even open contempt for Israel by the time their term in office is up due to the unceasing demands the Israeli kikes put upon the office. Trump's too much of a wild card for the Jews to fully keep on their leash at all times, and hopefully they decide to push him to the point to where he's willing to limit aid to Israel or even begin to discreetly name the Jewish bolshevik. Trump's naive is one of the main reasons are mostly married to Jews, along with him allowing Jews to be in charge of his business and administration alike, but it only takes a small push sometimes to move a man a mile.

No matter how much you attempt to feed a parasite, it will never be satisfied. The Jews hate even the most brain-dead Christard goyim who donates his entire monthly pay to Israel/Holocaust "charities". Jews cannot even be satisfied with them selves, much less with a Gentile. Trump will have to come to realize that fact before they turn his base against him and use the disillusionment it as a way to get a possible Bernie-Cortez Marxist ticket into the White House.
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Re: Donald Trump Thinks the Jews Aren't Grateful Enough

Postby HP Mageson666 » Sun Feb 10, 2019 6:44 pm

Truman hated them the missing three pages of his diary where found that he had removed in his library. He ranted against how he was just a Jewish pawn and hated taking orders from them. That is why Truman fooked them over by recognizing the "State of Israel" and not what they want which is "The Jewish State of Israel". Nixon was planning in his second time to use the IRS, FBI and Secret Service to purge the Jewish oligarch's and free America from the Jews. That is why the Jewish FBI high up blew the whistle to two important Jewish reporters on Nixon and Watergate. It was to keep the Jews in power and the raping of America going.


Scion of Atlantis wrote:Almost every non-Jewish president we've had develops a distaste or even open contempt for Israel by the time their term in office is up due to the unceasing demands the Israeli kikes put upon the office. Trump's too much of a wild card for the Jews to fully keep on their leash at all times, and hopefully they decide to push him to the point to where he's willing to limit aid to Israel or even begin to discreetly name the Jewish bolshevik. Trump's naive is one of the main reasons are mostly married to Jews, along with him allowing Jews to be in charge of his business and administration alike, but it only takes a small push sometimes to move a man a mile.

No matter how much you attempt to feed a parasite, it will never be satisfied. The Jews hate even the most brain-dead Christard goyim who donates his entire monthly pay to Israel/Holocaust "charities". Jews cannot even be satisfied with them selves, much less with a Gentile. Trump will have to come to realize that fact before they turn his base against him and use the disillusionment it as a way to get a possible Bernie-Cortez Marxist ticket into the White House.


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