Can I really believe what I just heard?

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump delivers a foreign policy speech at the Mayflower Hotel April 27, 2016 in Washington, DC. / AFP / Brendan Smialowski        (Photo credit should read BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images)

Can the Jew-controlled U.S. actually stop waging wars?

CAN A NATION OF KILLERS EVER REALLY TALK ABOUT PEACE?

by John Kaminski

I was astonished. For a moment the words seemed like an auditory mirage I was hearing in a dream. But there they were. I could play them back. In his speech at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington April 27, Donald Trump was saying he wanted to get along with Russia and China.

“Our goal is peace and prosperity,” Trump announced with finality, “not death and destruction.”

It was a thought I hadn’t heard expressed by any politician in . . . how long? Ever?

I immediately thought of Richard Nixon’s campaign promise of a secret plan to end the Vietnam war, a promise that he didn’t keep and a plan he did not have that nevertheless won him the 1968 presidential election.

I searched back in my memory for a candidate who talked of peace rather than bludgeoning a designated enemy.

Nixon mouthed friendly platitudes when he opened up communication with Communist China. And that was back in the early 1970s. Since then? Well, Bill Clinton illegally took campaign contributions from China back in the early ’90s. But that was when such contributions were against the law, and the law was still actually enforced, more or less.

Now Hillary Clinton goes directly to Israel to collect contributions, much in the way Mitt Romney did in the last election. It might still be against the law, but all Americans — everybody in the world, in fact — knows by now that politicians are never prosecuted for accepting illegal campaign contributions.

Heck, politicians are only in rare instances ever prosecuted for breaking the law at all, and those who actually are prosecuted are usually innocent, like Jim Traficant <http://www.americanussr.com/american-ussr-james-traficant.htm> and George Hansen <http://www.uhuh.com/reports/hansen/hansen2.htm>. Politicians have to have done something to offend the bankers’ cabal to even get noticed for committing a crime.

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