04.04.2023 Author: Gordon Duff

Trump’s Arrest a Message to Israel and the Neocons

US Trump’s Arrest

Who’s Who

Despite occasional protests from Tucker Carlson, the Murdoch disinformation organization is, to the largest extent, a prime mover toward war on Ukraine and efforts to destabilize Russia.

Murdoch himself inheritor to the Greenbaum news organization in Australia needs to be understood.  The Murdoch organization is also  the inheritor to the Maxwell mantle, an entirely Mossad run disinformation project operating hand in hand with British fascists under the mantle of freemasonry and resurgent fascist extremism.

Espionage using blackmail, bribery and disinformation is their stock and trade, not simply the News of the World “phone hacking” scandal but so much more.

Murdoch’s move to the United States signaled a move toward not simply fascism but open collusion between organized crime, foreign intelligence agencies, not simply Israel but those aligned with the neoconservative movement in the US.

The Arrest of Donald Trump

The recent arrest of Donald Trump has sent shockwaves through the political world, but it should not come as a surprise. Trump, who has long been associated with the neoconservative movement and the pro-Israel lobby in the United States, was always a potential liability for those who wished to maintain control over the political landscape.

Personal sources have Trump working for the Soviets as far back as the Carter administration.  Similarly, the CIA used Trump to launder stolen Russian banking assets, billions that eventually flowed into Bush family coffers.  I had a direct role in this operation and was at the table during every meeting.  One meeting included two Democratic United States senators, who helped “rig” the Senate Banking Committee to back mob owned Cypriot Banks that would handle the “laundry.”


The neoconservative movement, which has its roots in the Democratic Party but found a home in the Republican Party under the leadership of Ronald Reagan, is known for its aggressive foreign policy stance and its strong support for Israel. Trump, who ran on a platform of America first, was not a natural fit for this movement, but he was able to garner their support by playing into their fears and prejudices.

However, once in office, Trump’s erratic behavior and impulsive decision-making made him a liability for the neoconservative agenda. He repeatedly undermined US alliances, including with NATO and the European Union, and his cozy relationship with Russian President Vladimir Putin raised concerns among neoconservative policymakers about his loyalties.

In addition to his foreign policy missteps, Trump also proved to be a liability domestically. His mishandling of the COVID-19 pandemic and his support for far-right extremist groups like the Proud Boys led to widespread condemnation and calls for his removal from office.

The Arrest as a Message

The arrest of Trump should be seen as a message to Israel and the neoconservative movement that their power is not absolute. Despite their best efforts, they were unable to control Trump, and in the end, he became a liability for their agenda.

The fact that Trump was arrested by US authorities, rather than extradited to Israel, also sends a message that the United States is not willing to be a pawn in the geopolitical games of foreign powers. This is a departure from past US policy, where Israel has been given a free hand to pursue its agenda in the Middle East, often at the expense of US interests.

The arrest of Trump also serves as a warning to other political leaders who may be tempted to cozy up to foreign powers or undermine US interests. It sends a message that there are consequences for such behavior, and that those who seek to undermine US democracy will be held accountable.

Lessons from the Past

The lessons of the past have been largely ignored by those in power, both in the United States and abroad. The history of US foreign policy is littered with examples of leaders who were willing to put their own interests ahead of those of the country, often with disastrous consequences.

One such example is the Iran-Contra scandal of the 1980s, where senior officials in the Reagan administration secretly sold arms to Iran in exchange for hostages and used the proceeds to fund Contra rebels in Nicaragua. This was a clear violation of US law and policy, and it led to a major political scandal that tarnished the Reagan presidency.

Money supposedly intended to supply “contras’ was laundered into GOP election coffers.  The 2005 SCOTUS decision Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission would end such efforts as direct cash payments from mobster to politicians, with GOP support, became “the law of the land” in the United States.

Another example is the Iraq War, which was launched in 2003 based on false intelligence that Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction. The war, which was strongly supported by neoconservative policymakers and the pro-Israel lobby, cost the United States trillions of dollars and led to the deaths of over 4,000 US soldiers and hundreds of thousands of Iraqis.

These examples serve as a warning that when leaders prioritize their own interests over those of the country, the results can be disastrous. The arrest of Trump should serve as a wake-up call to those who seek to undermine US democracy, and a reminder that there are consequences for such behavior.

Moving Forward

Moving forward, it is important that the United States and its allies recommit themselves to the principles of democracy and the rule of law. This means holding leaders accountable for their actions, regardless of their political affiliation on the lessons of the past and taking steps to prevent future abuses of power.

One way to do this is to strengthen institutions that serve as a check on executive power, such as the judiciary and the media. In recent years, there has been a growing concern about the erosion of democratic norms and the concentration of power in the hands of a few individuals. Strengthening these institutions can help prevent abuses of power and ensure that leaders are held accountable for their actions.

Another way to prevent abuses of power is to promote greater transparency in government. This means ensuring that the public has access to information about government actions and policies, and that there are mechanisms in place to hold officials accountable for any wrongdoing. In recent years, there has been a growing concern about the use of secret government programs and the expansion of executive authority, particularly in the realm of national security. Promoting greater transparency can help prevent abuses of power and ensure that the public is informed about the actions of their leaders.

Finally, it is important to recognize that the United States is not an island. The country’s foreign policy has a direct impact on the rest of the world, and it is important to consider the implications of US actions for other countries and their citizens. This means promoting greater cooperation and understanding between nations, and recognizing that the US cannot act unilaterally without consequences.

With this, the “war within the war” now fought in Ukraine is a battle against a unipolar world dominated by a banking system not “now controlled by” but “invented by” organized crime which has been with us since the dawn of civilization.

Trump in Chains

The arrest of Trump should serve as a wake-up call to those who seek to undermine democracy and the rule of law. It is a reminder that there are consequences for such behavior, and that leaders must be held accountable for their actions. By learning from the lessons of the past and taking steps to prevent abuses of power, the US can help ensure that democracy and the rule of law remain strong and vibrant for generations to come.

Manу, if perhaps most, outside the United States, particularly Russians, who support Trump or feel he is being persecuted, generally get all news from Fox, part of the Zionist controlled Murdoch organization.  Educated Americans tend to shy away from Fox as not just “slanted” but outright lies and disinformation, continually banging on in support of apartheid in Israel or supporting expanded powers for “big business,” the name that no longer applies to a community dominated by organized crime.

It is certainly true that media bias and disinformation are significant challenges facing both the United States and the international community. In recent years, there has been growing concern about the role that media outlets such as Fox News play in spreading disinformation and promoting partisan agendas.

In the case of Fox News, many Americans and international observers have accused the network of being a mouthpiece for the Republican Party and promoting a conservative, pro-business agenda. The network has also been criticized for promoting divisive rhetoric and conspiracy theories, as well as for its coverage of international events such as the conflict in Israel and Palestine.

However, it is important to note that media bias and disinformation are not unique to Fox News or to any one particular media outlet. All media outlets, whether conservative or liberal, have a responsibility to report accurate and unbiased information to their audiences.

Additionally, it is important to recognize that the issue of media bias and disinformation is not limited to the United States. Many countries around the world face similar challenges, and there is a growing need for greater transparency and accountability in media reporting.

Ultimately, it is up to individual citizens to be discerning consumers of news and to seek out sources that are known for their accuracy and objectivity. It is also important for governments and other institutions to promote greater transparency and accountability in media reporting, and to work to combat disinformation and propaganda in all its forms.

To this extent, the horrific quality of reporting on the conflict in Ukraine has made Fox seem less outrageous as platforms like the New York Times, on a daily basis, set new standards for journalistic sleaze.

It is certainly true that media coverage of the conflict in Ukraine has been controversial and often deeply flawed. Both mainstream media outlets and alternative news sources have been accused of bias, disinformation, and outright propaganda.

In particular, some critics have accused major media outlets like the New York Times of bias and sensationalism in their reporting on the conflict. Some have argued that the Times and other mainstream outlets have adopted a pro-Ukrainian and anti-Russian stance, while downplaying or ignoring human rights abuses and other issues on the Ukrainian side.

At the same time, other sources have been accused of promoting a pro-Russian agenda and downplaying or ignoring Ukrainian government abuses and war crimes. This has led to a complex and often confusing media landscape, in which it can be difficult for readers to know which sources to trust and which to dismiss as biased or unreliable.

In light of these challenges, it is more important than ever for readers to be discerning consumers of news, and to seek out sources that are known for their accuracy, objectivity, and ethical standards. This may mean relying on multiple sources and perspectives, and being willing to challenge one’s own assumptions and biases.

Independent news organization like SouthFront, Veterans Today, The Intel Drop, The Duran and others along with military analysis by Doug MacGregor and Scott Ritter are setting a new standard for unbiased reporting.

It is also important for media outlets and journalists to adhere to high standards of journalistic integrity, including accuracy, transparency, and a commitment to the truth. This requires a willingness to engage in critical self-reflection and to be accountable to readers and the wider public.

Ultimately, the quality of media reporting on the conflict in Ukraine, as on any issue, will depend on the willingness of journalists, media outlets, and readers to uphold these principles and to work together to promote a more informed, responsible, and democratic media landscape.

Gordon Duff is a Marine combat veteran of the Vietnam War that has worked on veterans and POW issues for decades and consulted with governments challenged by security issues. He’s a senior editor and chairman of the board of Veterans Today, especially for the online magazine “New Eastern Outlook

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