Trumping NATO

It’s rare to see a politician follow through on his campaign rhetoric -- even more rare when said statements have drawn the ire of the entire trans-Atlantic political/security apparat for exposing their game. Nonetheless, despite some verbal hints at retreat since January, Donald J. Trump came into NATO headquarters in Brussels Thursday and called the bluff of the EUrocrat freeloaders proclaiming that we should all be fearful of revanchist Russia, stating that most Euro-NATOists haven’t been placing their taxpayers’ money where their Cold War 2 proclaiming mouths are. In other words, Trump exposed the Atlanticist con that we should all be very very afraid of Vlad the Bad’s resurgent evil empire, even as the suicide bombing blowback from NATO’s 2011 adventure in Libya left 22 dead at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester.

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After Trump Administration's Likely Envoy to EU(SSR) Compares Bloc to Late USSR, EUrocrats Declare Cold War Against 'Trump's USA'

After Trump Administration's Likely Envoy to EU(SSR) Compares Bloc to Late USSR, EUrocrats Declare Cold War Against 'Trump's USA'

Last week President Trump's American envoy to the European Union, a Professor at the UK's Henley Business School in Reading, England, dropped a series of bombshells on the BBC's Weeknight program. While most of the legacy media fixated on Trump's executive orders and the protests reacting to them, Theodore Roosevelt "Ted" Malloch told the BBC program that the EU's common currency the euro 'could collapse' within eighteen months. Malloch also compared the EU to the late, tottering Soviet Union of the perestroika Mikhail Gorbachev (not Stalin's) era, while cheerfully stating he had something to do with nudging the Soviet Empire to its demise. Malloch's remarks triggered tweeted outrage from the (George Soros) funded (G)NGO Human Rights Watch's director, Andrew Stroehlein, who said that the comparison between the EU and (late) USSR was an insult to '500 million Europeans' and all the victims of Soviet crimes.

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