Donald Trump accused his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton of enabling Islamic State’s emergence with “her stupid policies” in a joint interview with running mate Gov. Mike Pence, while pledging to “declare a war” on the terror group. “Hillary Clinton invented ISIS with her stupid policies. She is responsible for ISIS,” Trump said launching a scathing attack on Clinton’s legacy as US Secretary of State while speaking to CBS’s “60 Minutes” show host Lesley Stahl in an interview aired on Sunday. -RT
Saying that Hillary Clinton enabled ISIS, is an almost incomprehensible statement.
Doesn’t Donald Trump realize that Hillary is not alone?
She represents the most massive military and monetary forces available on this planet.
Does he not realize they can crush him?
Is he somehow doing their bidding?
We know what to think of Hillary based on her associates and history. As we wrote HERE, she represents corporatism and militarism – the coming technocracy, in other words.
We are less certain about Trump.
He may have decided to run for president on his own and thus opened up possibilities for personal and political manipulation.
But when Trump speaks bluntly about Hillary’s role in creating ISIS, he is basically making statements rarely heard in large – mainstream – venues before.
Mitt Romney never said anything like this.
GPO leaders, despite their supposed antagonism to Democrats, have never made such statements.
Many GOP-ers are pro-war. Any war. Just like Hillary.
Congressman Ron Paul was anti-war, and as a result he was eventually marginalized as a presidential candidate.
Some of Trump’s statements have Ron Paul-like resonances.
True, in this interview he said he would “declare a full-blown war on the group.” On the other hand, he clarified his statement.
“I am going to have very few troops on the ground. We’re going to have unbelievable intelligence, which we need; which, right now, we don’t have,” he said.
Trump also said negative things about NATO, as he has in the past, stating that the organization had an overly prominent role in the “war on terror” and that other nations should do more.
If Trump really does try to wipe ISIS out – or drastically reduce the power of NATO – will he be risking his own health and well-being?
The US is run by corporatist and military entities. Will they hesitate to intimidate or remove Trump if he tries to end ISIS?
Western war-interests always need an enemy after all.
When Russia began to bomb ISIS, its officials said that the Pentagon had been lying about its attacks on ISIS. Officials maintained that the US bombing was really aimed at Syrian infrastructure and thus at destroying the current regime rather than terrorist groups.
Russian officials also said there were no moderate “terrorists” in Syria and that the Pentagon had just made it up to justify a lack of aggression in certain areas.
This is certainly possible. After all, from what we can tell, ISIS (and Al Qaeda before it) were essentially CIA inventions, created with the help of others: London’s City, Israel and Saudi Arabia, etc.
At the center of the current horrible Islamic extremism is Wahhabism, jointly advanced by the US and Saudi Arabia.
We’ve written about that HERE: The Internet Just Debunked the NY Post’s War on Terror.
You can see another article HERE: Globalists Created Wahhabi Terrorism to Destroy Islam and Justify a Global State. We don’t endorse the article but find it interesting.
Trump is currently attacking the West’s modern foundation. It is a combination of technocracy and authoritarianism and enormously profitable for those in control.
Conclusion: In blaming Hillary, Trump did not fully explain how ISIS came to be. But by blaming her (when coupled with his other statements) he is opening up a “Pandora’s box” of issues relating to Western warfare. This is dangerous to those who stand behind “endless wars for endless peace.” It might be dangerous to Donald, too, if he pursues the issue to its logical conclusion.