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Bannon the cannon targets Israhell
« on: January 04, 2018, 03:05:39 PM »
‘He’s totally onboard’: Wolff book describes Trump admin’s collusion with Israel

Amid the media hype over Steve Bannon’s comments fueling allegations of collusion with Russia, pundits have overlooked an excerpt from the same book that points to collusion between the Trump administration and Israel.

In the book, titled ‘Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House’, author Michael Wolff describes a conversation between former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon and Roger Ailes, the former CEO of Fox News who died in in May 2017.

According to the excerpt published Thursday, Bannon informed Ailes that President Donald Trump, Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu, and their billionaire benefactor Sheldon Adelson are in agreement with moving the US embassy to Jerusalem. Adelson is an American casino mogul who donated $25 million to the Trump campaign and funds Israel’s most popular daily newspaper, Israel Today, which is widely understood to be pro-Netanyahu.

The extract also describes what appears to be Trump’s plan for an “ultimate deal” to achieve peace between Israel and the Palestinians. Bannon said Israel would hand over control of the occupied West Bank to Jordan, and the besieged Gaza Strip would be controlled by Egypt, according to Wolff.

Pivoting from Trump himself, Bannon plunged on with the Trump agenda. “Day one we’re moving the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem. Netanyahu’s all-in. Sheldon” — Adelson, the casino billionaire and far-right Israel defender — “is all-in. We know where we’re heading on this … Let Jordan take the West Bank, let Egypt take Gaza. Let them deal with it. Or sink trying.”

“Where’s Donald on this?” asked Ailes, the clear implication being that Bannon was far out ahead of his benefactor.

“He’s totally onboard.”

“I wouldn’t give Donald too much to think about,” said an amused Ailes.

The exchange between Bannon and Ailes adds further confirmation to the Trump administration's collusion with Israel, which was revealed in special prosecutor Robert Mueller’s indictment of General Michael Flynn. He lied to FBI agents about his conversations with Sergey Kislyak, then-Russian Ambassador to the United States, in December 2016, when Trump was president-elect. Acting on orders from Jared Kushner, Trump’s senior advisor and son-in-law, Flynn contacted Kislyak to ask if Russia would delay or veto a UN Security Council vote criticizing Israeli settlements.

Flynn also reached out to Kislyak on December 29, 2016, the day after former President Barack Obama signed an executive order imposing sanctions against Russia as punishment for alleged Russian “meddling” in the 2016 US presidential elections. According to the indictment, Flynn asked Russia to “refrain from escalating the situation in response to sanctions that the United States had imposed against Russia.”

‘Fire and Fury’ is set to hit shelves on January 9. Though the White House has dismissed the book as fiction, Trump’s attorney Charles J. Harder demanded the publisher, Henry Holt and Co., “immediately cease and desist from any further publication, release or dissemination of the book.”

Following the publication of excerpts quoting Bannon Wednesday, Trump disparaged his former chief strategist. “Steve Bannon has nothing to do with me or my Presidency,” Trump said. “When he was fired, he not only lost his job, he lost his mind.”

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Re: Bannon the cannon targets Israhell
« Reply #1 on: January 06, 2018, 10:27:58 AM »
Everyone on the web, like Greg Hunter, and in beforeits alternative
news claims that this is a fake fight between Bannon and Trump to
generate Breitbart clicks, and according FOX's Ingraham to sadly boost 
sales for "Fire and Fury". I Think that Trump is not faking it and mad
as hell about that book. Here's Bossie, the former deputy campaign boss :

And here's my comment :

The tone has been set. News media outlets are openly becoming more and
more anti Jewish, after Trump made Jerusalem the new Capital City of
Israel (Also here in Holland). Rather awkward and ill-judged. A new
book was announced to be released coming Tuesday, Jan 9, by a guy
called Michael Wolff “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House”, in
which a conversation between Steve Bannon, executive chairman of
Breitbart news and former “White House Chief Strategist” of President
Trump, and the in May of 2017 passed away former FOX CEO Roger Ailes
was quoted inside the MSM Press on Wednesday, Jan 3, about the 
so-called collusion between Trump and Israel. There has always been
collusion between these two countries, but if Trump does that , and
makes sure that possible snakes in the grass can not make a mess or
create chaos inside the dirty details, the Deep State comes into
action. The author of the book “Fire and Fury”, Michael Wolff was educated
at Columbia College, Columbia University, where only 5.8% of its
applicants are accepted, the same school where Barack “phony birth
certificate” Obama was accepted without objection. That makes Wolff a
Deep State “cut-out” by definition and his upcoming book the tool to
sow division within the alt-right movement.

Update :
  "“The White House released a statement saying that Bannon had “lost his
    mind”, and Charles Harder, a lawyer for Trump, sent a cease and desist
   letter to Bannon, alleging he had violated a non-disclosure
   agreement.[18][19] On January 4, Harder sought to stop the release of
   the book with a cease and desist letter sent to the author and
   publisher, Henry Holt and Company, with the threat of a lawsuit for
   libel.[20] His lawyers also said that the book “appears to cite no
   sources for many of its most damaging statements about Mr. Trump.”[21]
   Also on January 4, the publisher decided to move the release date of
   the book up to January 5, [originally set for Tue Jan 9,2018] citing
   unprecedented demand.[22]”

``I hope that the fair, and, I may say certain prospects of success will not induce us to relax.''
-- Lieutenant General George Washington, commander-in-chief to
   Major General Israel Putnam,
   Head-Quarters, Valley Forge, 5 May, 1778