“In the 2016 presidential election, among the two prominent political parties, the hapless United States voter had to choose between a Zionist war-monger and a Zionist war-monger. Deciding that Democrat Hillary Clinton had far too much baggage to take back to the White House, the voters decided, through the bizarre institution known as the Electoral College, to install as president a reality-show television star and business tycoon, the thrice-wed blowhard, Donald Trump,” Fantina said.“The role of the media in all this can’t be excused. When Israel uses chemical weapons against Palestinians, there are no pictures of the victims on CNN, MSNBC or in The New York Times. When Palestinian children playing on a beach are shot and killed by IDF soldiers, no one in the media proclaims ‘We are all Palestinians’. When a young Palestinian, lying wounded on the ground, motionless, is shot in the head by an IDF soldier, and that soldier is sentenced to an 18-month prison term, no one compares that with the 15-year prison term Palestinian youths receive for throwing rocks. Fortunately, social media and the alternative press provide facts on the ground,” Fantina said.
“Wall to wall support in Israel for US attack on Syria.”
“I think Donald Trump became president of the United States after bombing Syria.”
“a drone which was launched in Jordan from a Saudi-Israeli special operations base for supporting Syrian rebels, adding that the suspected reason for the poison gas was to create an incident that would reverse the Trump administration’s announcement in late March that it was no longer seeking the removal of President Bashar al-Assad.”
“With no direct threat to US national security and with no congressional authorization, Trump’s use of force was illegal. Trump recently blamed Syria’s chemical attack on Obama, but it was a Republican-controlled Congress, backed by public opinion, that blocked Obama from taking military action. Indeed, Trump at that time tweeted, ‘The President must get Congressional approval before attacking Syria – big mistake if he does not!’ He also tweeted, “Stay out of Syria.” Obama’s hesitation, Trump later tweeted, ‘may have saved us from doing a horrible and very costly (in more ways than money) attack on Syria!’.”