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America
is an
Occupied Country



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Putin is now the leader of the Free World.

America long claimed that mantle but can no longer.

America is occupied by Israel, ran by Israel, controlled by Israel, influenced by Israel.

If the recent Trump patronage to Israel did not prove it, then what will?

The last election did not matter if the Jewish-controlled Hillary won or the Jewish-controlled Trump won.

In a word, our elections are nothing but a circus put on for the American voters.

After the election, it continues as a circus between Jewish Senator Chuck "the Schuck" Schumer in the Senate, tag-teamed with his Jewish counterpart in the House, Adam Schiff in the House, supported by the Jewish elite Main Stream News, and the Jewish Hollywood, all against Trump with his very own crony Jewish bandwagon.

The Jewish media wars are all throwing red meat at the Christian slaves under the  yoke of their Jewish masters.

For poof that America is an occupied country, just look around at who is calling all the shots in this country.
  1.  Not Irish American, philosophers of life, like Patrick Buchanon.
  1.  Not Patriotic American, Constitutional guardians, like Ron Paul. 
  1.  Not Christian American, moral leaders, like Bill Donohue of the Catholic League.
  1.  Not Free Market American, business leaders, like Alan Mulally who rescued Boeing from upstart Airbus and then rescued Ford from an expected bankruptcy during the Great Recession. 
The ones calling the shots these days are worthless guys nobody ever heard from before, such as community organizer Barack Obama, or butt-of-jokes Donald Trump, or utterly corrupt individuals such as Bill and Hillary Clinton.

But you peel back the enablers of the Obamas, the Clintons and the Trumps, and all you see are Jews, Jews and more Jews.

Jews have had a silent coup to take dictatorial control over this country and America has become a vassal state of Israel.

Let's just look at Trump's Jews, since these slimy Jews are the latest in the royal, Chosen People to Rule, line of succession of Jews.


Jared Kushner

Today, the son-in-law of Trump is the de-facto president of this country.

He played a crucial role in the president-elect’s campaign, especially with regards to the America's master, Israel.

He worked on Trump’s speech to the AIPAC annual policy conference that earned Trump a standing ovation, and helped plan a trip to Israel for his father-in-law last year. (Trump canceled the trip after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu slammed his call to ban Muslim immigration to the United States.)

Imagine that, the leader of Israel wanting America to take in more Muslims.

But Trump went to Israel eventually and brought a royal amount of tribute to mark our country's servitude to Israel.


Ivanka Trump

Why is she not called Ivanka Kushner? 

Thank goodness! The nation of Israel recognizes the favorite daughter of the President of the United States as Jewish.  Not a Rabbi, for they refused; not a Synagogue, for they too refused, but the nation of Israel has graciously allowed our president's daughter to marry into their Jewish royal blood line.
 

Gary Cohn


"Under the Trump administration Cohn has been cited by the press as a supporter of globalism and has been given nicknames such as "Globalist Gary" and "Carbon Tax". Along with Jared Kushner, Ivanka Trump, and Dina Powell they have been referred to by opponents as the "Wall Street-wing" of the Trump administration. He is stated as being at odds with the populist faction led by Steven Bannon"
-- Wikipedia - Gary Cohn

Wow, imagine that - A Jew in favor of the Jew's dream of world dominion.


Steve Schwarzman

Blackstone Group LP Chief Executive Officer Steve Schwarzman (a Jew) will chair the President’s Strategic and Policy Forum
- National Vanguard

A strategy that will promote Israel I would imagine. As the story goes, "what is good for Israel is good for America", soooo, a strategy of America First.

Jason Greenblatt


Trump's "advisor" and straight from AIPAC is Israeli Jason Greenblatt, an Orthodox Jew and Yeshiva University graduate, Greenblatt studied at an Israeli West Bank yeshiva in the mid-1980s and even did armed guard duty there.

Now he does armed guard over our President in America.


David Friedman

Another Trump "advisor" is David Friedman who currently owns a house in Jerusalem’s Talbiyeh neighborhood in Israel.

Jerusalem, prime property for Mr. Friedman after he gets Trump to make Jerusalem as Israel's capital, a fate acompli.


Boris Epshteyn

Mr. Epshteyn is not an Israeli Jew, but really? Epshteyn, a Russian Jew, a Moscow native, moved to the United States in 1993. Not a good sign when the going MSM story is that Russia occupies and rules over America.


Stephen Miller

Describes himself as a practicing Jew, whatever that means. But at least no apparent ties to Israel.  Don't even know his role in the Trump administration other that he is a near Nazi in demeanor.  I mean really. -- have you ever seen him on the Sunday talk shows.  Not  that is deadly scary.


Steven Mnuchin


Son of a rich Jewish Goldman Sachs executive and an Goldman Sach alumni himself, of course should be the Treasury Secretary in charge of all our gold.  What better guard dog than a ferocious Jewish wolf?


Lewis Eisenberg


Eisenberg told JTA that he was “extremely enthusiastic” about a Trump presidency, calling him “a strong advocate for Israel.

Love that "America First" staffer Trump picked. (sarc)


Michael Glassner


Like many of Trump’s Jewish advisers, Glassner is outspoken in his support of Israel.

Naw, you don't say.
 

Would love some support for America.



      

Jewish Occupy America


Marc Zuckerberg - Chairman & CEO Facebook

Bob Iger - CEO Disney

Rich Ross - Chairman Walt Disney Studios

Sergey Brin - CEO/Pres of Alphabet Inc which holds Google

Larry Page - CEO/Pres of Alphabet Inc which holds Google

Marissa Meyer - CEO Yahoo

Leslie Moonves - CEO & President CBS

Jeff Zucker - CEO CNN

Gary Barber - Co-Chairman & CEO MGM

Roger Birnbaum - Co-Chairman & CEO MGM

Jonathan Glickman - President MGM Motion Pictures

Sumner Redstone - Owner of Viacom

Robert Bakish - CEO Viacom

Rupert Murdoch - CEO Fox (Crypto-Jew)

Richard Plepler - CEO HBO

Thomas E Rothmann - Co-Chairman & CEO 20th Century Fox

Amy Baer - CEO & President CBS Films

Stacey Snider - CEO Dreamworks

John Feltheimer - CEO Lionsgate

Harvey Weinstein - Co-Chair The Weinstein Company

Bob Weinstein - Co-Chair The Weinstein Company

Brad Grey - CEO Paramount

Michael Lynton - Chairman & CEO Sony

Amy Pascal - Co-Chair Sony

Robert Friedman - Co-Chair & CEO Summit

Patrick Wachsberger - Co-Chair/President Summit

Ron Meyer - CEO/President Universal Studios

Adam Fogelson - CEO/President Universal Pictures

Robert Greenblatt - Chairman NBC Entertainment

Bonnie Hammer - Chairman NBC Universal Cable

Mark Hoffman - Chairman CNBC

Andrew Lack - Chairman NBC News and MSNBC

Mark Lazarus - Chairman NBC Broadcasting & Sports

Jeff Shell - Chairman Universal Film

Jennifer Salke, President NBC Entertainment

Arthur Sulzberger - Chairman/Owner New York Times

Steve Swartz - CEO Hearst Communications

Mark Aldam - President, Hearst Newspapers.

Richard Malloch - President, Hearst Business Media

Jordan Wertlieb - President, Hearst Television Inc.

Donald Graham - CEO The Washington Post

Jeff Bezos - owner the Washington Post

Martin "Marty" Baron - Editor the Washington Post

Robert A. Altman - ZeniMax Media

Anne Cox Chambers - owner the Atlanta Journal-Constitution




Meet the Jews in Donald Trump’s inner circle



(JTA) — President-elect Donald Trump has a complicated history with Jews. On the one hand, his daughter Ivanka converted to Orthodox Judaism before marrying Jared Kushner, and he’s spoken fondly about having Jewish grandchildren.

On the other, some of Trump’s supporters identify with anti-Semitic elements of the alt-right movement, and he’s a favorite of prominent white supremacist David Duke. On Sunday, Trump appointed Stephen Bannon — the former chairman of Breitbart News, a site with ties to the alt-right — as his chief strategist in a move that sparked swift criticism from the Anti-Defamation League.

Still, Trump’s cadre of advisers is not short on Jews. While the real estate magnate and former reality TV star may not officially appoint family members to his Cabinet because of federal anti-nepotism regulations, here’s a look at his Jewish advisers, their views and possible roles in his administration.

Jason Greenblatt

Greenblatt has worked as a real-estate lawyer for Trump for 19 years, and he is one of two Jewish lawyers whom Trump has said he would appoint as his Israel advisers. An Orthodox Jew and Yeshiva University graduate, Greenblatt studied at a West Bank yeshiva in the mid-1980s and even did armed guard duty there.

The father of six from Teaneck, New Jersey, does not have any political experience. Greenblatt has said he speaks with people involved in the Israeli government but has not spoken to any Palestinians since his yeshiva studies. He has cited the American Israel Public Affairs Committee as one of his main sources for staying informed about the Jewish state, and helped draft Trump’s speech at the lobbying group’s annual conference in March.

Greenblatt, who has said he supports the two-state solution, has implied that Trump will take a more laissez-faire approach to peace building.

“He is not going to impose any solution on Israel,” Greenblatt told Israel’s Army Radio last week. He also said that Trump “does not view Jewish settlements as an obstacle to peace.”

David Friedman

Alongside Greenblatt, Trump named Friedman, 57, as an Israel adviser. Friedman, a bankruptcy expert and partner at the Kasowitz law firm in New York, is the president-elect’s longtime attorney. The son of a Conservative rabbi with a family history of ties to Republican presidential candidates — his family hosted Ronald Reagan for a Shabbat lunch in 1984, the year he won re-election — Friedman lives in Woodmere, New York, and owns a house in Jerusalem’s Talbiyeh neighborhood, according to Haaretz.

Friedman has expressed doubt about the future of the two-state solution, traditionally a pillar of bipartisan U.S. policy in the region. Prior to the Republican Party passing a platform that omitted references to the two-state solution, he said it might be time for the party to reject the concept.

“The two-state solution might be one answer, but I don’t think it’s the only answer anymore,” he said in July.

Friedman has also said that annexing the West Bank would not damage Israel’s status as a Jewish state.

Jared Kushner

Kushner — the 35-year-old scion of one of New York’s most prominent real estate families and, since 2009, the husband of Trump’s daughter Ivanka — played a crucial role in the president-elect’s campaign, especially with regards to Israel. He worked on Trump’s speech to the AIPAC annual policy conference that earned Trump a standing ovation, and helped plan a trip to Israel for his father-in-law last year. (Trump canceled the trip after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu slammed his call to ban Muslim immigration to the United States.)

Trump appears to be smitten with Kushner, often referring to his “fantastic” son-in-law when boasting of his pro-Israel credentials. Kushner, an Orthodox Jew who lives with his wife and their three children on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, may have become a household name during the campaign, but he’s no stranger to the limelight. In 2006, at 25, he bought the Observer newspaper. Two years later he became CEO of his father’s company, Kushner Properties, four years after his father was sent to jail for tax evasion, illegal campaign donations and witness tampering. In 2015, Fortune named Kushner to its 40 Under 40 list, its “annual ranking of the most influential young people in business.”

Ivanka Trump

Trump’s daughter Ivanka, 35, who converted to Orthodox Judaism, has served as the polished, softer face of her father’s campaign. A successful businesswoman whose brand is centered around empowering working women, she stood by him when recordings were released that caught the president-elect bragging about sexually assaulting women.

Ivanka has reportedly tried — not always successfully — to have her father tone down or walk back some of his most inflammatory remarks, including having called Mexican immigrants rapists, according to New York magazine.

She is the founder of the Ivanka Trump Collection, a fashion and lifestyle brand, and serves as executive vice president of development and acquisitions for the Trump Organization, her father’s company. Ivanka, who gave birth to her third child in March, belongs to the Upper East Side Orthodox synagogue Kehilath Jeshurun with Kushner and has described her family as “pretty observant.” She made Fortune’s 40 Under 40 list in 2014, a year before her husband did.

Boris Epshteyn


Epshteyn, 34, is a Republican political strategist and staunch defender of Trump who has appeared as the president-elect’s surrogate on major TV networks over 100 times, The New York Times reported.

A New York-based investment banker and finance attorney, Epshteyn worked as a communications aide for Sen. John McCain’s presidential campaign in 2008, focusing his efforts on the Arizona senator’s running mate, then-Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, whom Trump is reportedly considering for interior secretary, according to Politico.

Epshteyn, a Moscow native, moved to the United States in 1993. A fluent Russian speaker who has moderated a panel encouraging investment in Moscow, he may serve as an asset for Trump in navigating relations with Russia — Trump has expressed his desire to improve ties with President Vladimir Putin.

Then again, Epshteyn’s temper may make him less of an asset to Trump. TV hosts described him as “very combative” and “abrasive,” and in 2014, Epshteyn was charged with misdemeanor assault after he was involved in a bar tussle. The charge was dropped after Epshteyn agreed to undergo anger management training and perform community service.

Stephen Miller

Miller, 30, has played a crucial role in Trump’s campaign, helping to warm up crowds at rallies and drafting speeches, including the president-elect’s acceptance speech at the Republican National Convention.

Miller, who has described himself as “a practicing Jew,” joined the Trump campaign in January, quickly rising through the ranks to become “one of the most important people in the campaign,” as Trump’s campaign manager told The Wall Street Journal. Previously he worked for seven years as an aide to Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., helping the lawmaker draft materials to kill a bipartisan Senate immigration reform bill. Some of Sessions’ arguments contain similarities to Trump’s harsh and often controversial statements on the issue, such as calling for building a wall on the Mexican border and banning Muslim immigration to the country.

Though Miller grew up in a liberal Jewish home in Southern California, he was drawn to conservative causes early. As a high school student he wrote a letter to the editor of a local paper in which he slammed his school for providing free condoms to students and for making announcements both in English and Spanish, among other things.

Steven Mnuchin

Mnuchin, a former Goldman Sachs executive, worked as Trump’s national finance chairman during the campaign with the aim of raising more than $1 billion for the candidate.

Trump and Mnuchin have been friends for 15 years, and prior to being in charge of Trump’s campaign finances, Mnuchin served as an adviser. Part of what The New York Times describes as one of Manhattan’s elite “most influential families,” Mnuchin and his father both got rich working at Goldman Sachs. The younger Mnuchin also co-founded the entertainment company RatPac-Dune Entertainment, which has worked on such Hollywood hits as “Avatar” and “Black Swan.”

Some saw Trump teaming up with Mnuchin as unusual, considering that the real-estate mogul had consistently bashed Goldman Sachs. But it didn’t seem to get in the way of a good working relationship — Trump is now reportedly considering Mnuchin for the position of Treasury secretary, according to Politico.

Lewis Eisenberg

Eisenberg, the private equity chief for Granite Capital International Group, serves as finance chairman for the Republican National Committee. He was one of a small group of Republican Jewish Coalition board members who did not flee from Trump’s candidacy, and was a major contributor to groups backing Trump’s election — only nine of 55 RJC board members gave to Trump. Alongside Mnuchin, he worked to raise funds for the candidate.

Eisenberg grew up in New Jersey, the Forward reported, and he has been floated as a possible pick for commerce secretary in the Trump administration. He was the chairman of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey at the time of the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center.

Eisenberg told JTA that he was “extremely enthusiastic” about a Trump presidency, calling him “a strong advocate for Israel, a strong advocate for justice and order.”

Michael Glassner

Glassner was not new to Republican presidential campaigns when Trump appointed him last year to serve as his national political director. He worked as director of vice presidential operations for McCain’s 2008 campaign and ran Geogre W. Bush’s campaign in Iowa in 2000. He has also worked with Palin and Sen. Bob Dole, a former presidential candidate.

Like many of Trump’s Jewish advisers, Glassner is outspoken in his support of Israel. Prior to joining the Trump campaign, he worked as the political director for AIPAC’s Southwest Regional. Glassner has praised the anti-establishment movement,  and he told Jewish Insider that his experience with Palin and the fact that he lives in New Jersey, not Washington, D.C., made him a good fit for Trump’s political outsider message. He also served as a senior adviser to Eisenberg when he was the Port Authority chairman.



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