Despair for the World

From Peter Koenig:

Trump’s atrocious behavior has no precedent in the history of the UN…

It is a typical and dangerous conduct for a dying beast. Lashing out at its surroundings, at the world, as it were – for intimidation, disgrace and foremost to pull as many as possible with the dying monster into its self-made grave.

From the comments:

The speech was schizophrenic……. Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde in the space of minutes…

It’s rather amusing that Kim has a better grasp and usage of the English language than the twitterisms Trump writes…

The U.S. is wrecking its empire without help from anyone…

I expect that for those with any conscientiousness at all, it was a sobering reminder of their complicity with a hegemony that appears to be bent on taking us all to hell in nuclear confrontation with Russia and China…

We have the 4th Reich…

I expect Syria in 10 years time will be a demonstrable wonderland of Sino-Russian participation in guided reconstruction…

[It] is a system in crisis ‘begging’ for an external ‘alien’ factor to save it from it’s own emerging national psychosis…

Is it just a coincidence that every nation Trump threatens to anihilate has refused to be part of the Rothschilds bankster empire?..

The louder the shrieks from Washington and New York, the greater the world’s conviction US Generals and the CIA do not know how to deploy their hardware and personnel effectively…

Even “freedom loving” Americans in the alternate media like “Alex Jones” and his crew continued to embrace Trump and their own misshapen ideas about both Korea and Iran formed by years of incessant war propaganda and their support of Israel. The sheer lack of historical depth and balance in the thinking of many, if not most, of the American commentators, and by extension most Americans, almost leads one to despair for the world.

Trump took a steaming dump at the U.N. and the right wing media lapped it up:

If a U.S. president calls an adversary “Rocket Man … on a mission to suicide,” and warns his nation may be “totally destroyed,” other ideas in his speech will tend to get lost.

Which is unfortunate. For buried in Donald Trump’s address is a clarion call to reject transnationalism and to re-embrace a world of sovereign nation-states that cherish their independence and unique identities.

From the comments:

Trump threatening to destroy North Korea—and threatening Iran—is “Axis of Evil” neocon rhetoric on steroids and cancels out anything else he said.

From Russia’s foreign minister:

Lavrov reminded his audience that the United Nations was founded as a result of the Nuremberg Trials of fascist war criminals and that no one should hide behind the phenomenon of free speech in order to glorify fascism and contemporary expressions of Nazism.

From Israel Shamir:

Donald Trump has chosen the wrong career. His flamboyant style would make him a popular and much loved Kabuki actor…

They could assume stage names Rocket Man and Orange Dotard, as rappers wont. It could be fun…

His desire to “totally destroy North Korea”, to wipe out an entire nation of 25 million, and in addition to cause the death of millions of Koreans in the South of the peninsula as well, secures him a unique place among the villains…

Many of Mr Trump’s leading supporters lie awake in cold sweat night after night expecting Mueller’s thugs to pick their locks and force entry to their bedrooms in predawn mist as they did to Paul Manafort. This Gestapo-style terror knocked the wind out of Trump’s sails…

For Bibi and for the new, possessed Trump, whoever does not submit to the Jews is a Hitler who should be annihilated…

Insanely bold Kim promises to hit Americans if they hit his country. We are horrified, but we are secretly happy that somebody dares to say that…

South Korea wants negotiations and a peaceful solution. What right does Trump have to refuse – and still claim that he acts in the interests of South Korea?..

Trump is just more outspoken than the rest of the people in power. Liberal Americans propose to starve the Koreans to death, instead of bombing them. The idea of letting the Koreans live their own way has no buyers on Capitol Hill…

The Russian feelings towards the US hardened a lot in the aftermath of the General Assembly. The Russians helped the Syrian government army cross Euphrates and seize the east bank, despite American demands to stay away on the other side of the great river. For the first time ever, they threatened the Americans present in Syria with using their supreme fire power if their troops will be jeopardized like they were a few days ago, when the Islamists led by American instructors made an attempt to snatch a group of Russian policemen.

From Kim Jong-Un:

I expected he would make stereotyped, prepared remarks a little from what he used to utter in his office on the spur of the moment as he had to speak on the world’s biggest official diplomatic stage.

But, far from making any remarks of any persuasive power that can be viewed to be helpful in diffusion tension, he made unprecedented rude nonsense no one has ever heard from any of his predecessors.

A frightened dog barks louder…

He is unfit to hold the prerogative of supreme command of a country, and he is surely a rogue and a gangster fond of playing with fire, rather than a politician…

I will surely and definitely tame the mentally deranged US dotard with fire.

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