Will Israel, AIPAC, and American supporters of an increasingly fascist Israel help Trump claim victory in 2020, just as Trump helped Netanyahu win his fifth term last week? Will the implicit Trump-Netanyahu ticket win another four years for the worst president in American history?
While the US media gears up for next year’s presidential elections, other electoral matches—at home and abroad—are providing surprises of all sorts.
We, the People, not a handful of prosecutors, have to save ourselves and the country. The harsh and depressing truth is that no cavalry is coming to rescue us.
Ultimately, the battle lines are not those between whites and non-whites or Europeans versus non-Europeans, but rather, between the world’s haves and have-nots.
As we approach the 2020 presidential and congressional elections, clear vision is necessary if America is to reverse the damage of the Trump presidency at home and abroad. Although balloting is still 19 months away, the 2020 election will the most crucial in the history of the United States.
While it is entirely possible to be both anti-Zionist and anti-Semitic, the two are not coterminous. Anti-Semitism is a collective mental illness that has destroyed millions of lives. Anti-Zionism is a critical political framework and potentially a moral stance.