Trump’s Snub Wars: 4-D Chess Designed to Take America Down


Takedown artist Trump has been on a roll, doing everything possible to create extremely difficult conditions and reputational damage for America.

First came canceled talks with the Russians in Paris on Nov. 11 during the weekend centennial anniversary of Armistice Day events. Trump tweeted that he was canceling talks with Putin at the G-20 summit in Argentina hours before they were to meet last week. At the conference, he was seen snubbing Putin as they crossed paths.

“This is a signal for us that it’s difficult to deal with this person, that he’s unreliable and unsuitable as a partner,” said Andrey Kortunov, head of the Russian International Affairs Council.

Meanwhile, we learn that as Trump feigned cozy dealings at the meeting and dinner with China’s President Xi, , National Security Advisor John Bolton revealed that he knew in advance of the dinner that Canadian police were preparing to arrest Huawei CFO Wanzhou Meng.

Reuters inexplicably reports that Trump was reportedly unaware the U.S. had requested Meng’s extradition from Canada. That signals extreme incompetence or malice — and perhaps they are effectively one and the same.

We also see the archetypal Trump pump-and-dump operation around China issues in the increasingly stressed stock market.

Nov. 30 on the G-20 stage there was a group photo planned. But, in behavior typical of Trump, he merely shakes hands with Argentina’s President Mauricio Macri and walks off the stage. Seriously? Trump is a guy who was involved in beauty pageants and was husband to the queen of protocols, Ivanna “Chocolate on the Pillow” Trump. Does he no longer have a protocol adviser that he listens to? This behavior is beyond the pale.

There is a two-week stopgap fiscal funding measure in place until Dec. 21. This affords an opportunity for the actors to set up an economic crisis going into Christmas. WWE tag-team partner Nancy Pelosi rejected Donald “The Red Queen” Trump’s $5 billion demand for border security, and Pelosi told reporters she would refuse an offer to permanently resolve the standoff over the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program in exchange for any money for a border wall.

In this next video, Trump arrives at George H.W. Bush’s funeral service and shakes hands with Barrack and Michelle Obama. Trump and the Clintons appear to mutually snub on another. He’s then approached by George W. Crowley Bush, Jr. and they shake hands. Then, the 4-D chess-antics performer leaves the service early.

In more signs the end game is nearing, several reports have claimed that Donald Trump, Jr. is in the crosshairs of the Mueller investigation. Jr. reportedly told close friends and family he expects to be indicted as well.

One of the pundits, Tucker Carlson, who supports many of Trumps policies but rarely comments about the man, told a Swiss newspaper in a Q&A-format interview on Tuesday that America’s president is incapable of governing.

Do you think he has kept his promises? Has he achieved his goals?


He hasn’t?

No. His chief promises were that he would build the wall, de-fund planned parenthood, and repeal Obamacare, and he hasn’t done any of those things. There are a lot of reasons for that, but since I finished writing the book, I’ve come to believe that Trump’s role is not as a conventional president who promises to get certain things achieved to the Congress and then does. I don’t think he’s capable. I don’t think he’s capable of sustained focus. I don’t think he understands the system. I don’t think the Congress is on his side. I don’t think his own agencies support him. He’s not going to do that. …

… has he really achieved nothing?

Not much. Not much. Much less than he should have. I’ve come to believe he’s not capable of it.

Why should he be not capable?

Because the legislative process in this country by design is highly complex, and it’s designed to be complex as a way of diffusing power, of course, because the people who framed our Constitution, founded our country, were worried about concentrations of power. They balanced it among the three branches as you know and they made it very hard to make legislation. In order to do it you really have to understand how it works and you have to be very focused on getting it done, and he knows very little about the legislative process, hasn’t learned anything, hasn’t and surrounded himself with people that can get it done, hasn’t done all the things you need to do so. It’s mostly his fault that he hasn’t achieved those things. I’m not in charge of Trump.

I can tell you how his presidency ends. On some Friday evening around midnight, Trump will post a joke-is-on-you tweet announcing his resignation. That would certainly be par for the protocol being employed thus far.

Ultimate objective:  Americans will lose faith in their leaders and the remnants of a democratic way of life. They will want to change it and thus lean toward World Order.

5 Comments on Trump’s Snub Wars: 4-D Chess Designed to Take America Down

  1. That arrest in Canada of one of China’s most prominent celebrity ciitzens, at the request of Trump’s underlings without him knowing, is a devastating humiliation of Trump. Not to mention an exposure of the utter lack of morality and common sense in Canada’s Trudeau government – Henry Makow article on this linked just below.

    This arrest, of Chinese celebrity Meng Wanzhou, beautiful daughter of the founder of phone-maker Huawei, on grounds of ‘violating Iran sanctions’, brought to mind the story of another sanctions-violating ‘target’, the great USA chess master and non-Zionist Jew, Bobby Fischer (1943-2008).

    Born in Chicago, Illinois, USA, Fischer impressed the world with his genius, but, like Ms Meng became criminally indicted by the USA regime, for the ‘crime’ of playing chess in Yugoslavia when the Serb government was under USA ‘sanctions’. Harassed across the globe, Fischer was jailed in Japan in 2004-05 by the embarrassed Japanese leaders, for this fake ‘crime’ which few people in the world thought was wrong. Fischer had been using his celebrity voice to strongly criticise the USA & Israeli governments, making him also a political target, much as Ms Meng is a political target due to her being a prominent citizen and quasi-princess of China.

    The Japanese, loath to be the instrument of Fischer’s USA imprisonment, finally allowed Bobby to transit to Iceland where he was given asylum and residency. Living not far from Iceland’s NATO military base, Fischer became quickly and mysteriously struck with disease, and Fischer died in Reykjavik, perhaps a victim of a CIA-Mossad-Nato assassination squad.

    The below just published today on Henry Makow’s site:

    Legal principles here involving Bobby Fischer, Ms Meng Wanzhou, and Canadian whisky smugglers to the USA during prohibition, are the following:

    (1) ‘Lex injusta non est lex’ – ‘An unjust law is no law at all’, a legal principle going back at least to the 4th-5th century Christian Augustine. The alleged ‘crimes’ of Bobby Fischer and Meng Wanzhou are not viewed as ‘crimes’ by most of the world’s peoples.

    (2) The “general principle in international law that one state cannot take measures on the territory of another state by means of enforcement of national laws without the consent of the latter”, along with “non-interference in the internal affairs of states” and the “political independence of any state” per the United Nations Charter.

    (3) The principle against ‘selective, arbitrary, and political prosecutions’. There has apparently never previously been a case, where the USA requested a 3rd country to arrest and jail a foreign citizen, for violating a USA sanctions law. There have been charges against companies with monetary fines and settlements the USA extorted, but apparently never an arrest or extradition request. The criminal indictment of Bobby Fischer was egregious enough, but he was a USA citizen, so the USA was at least trying to enforce laws against its own.

    And God knows there are endless crimes in the USA which are not prosecuted, because the criminals have superb political connections, so the USA prosecutors avoid fulfilling their legal obligation to present the evidence of crime to a grand jury, when the criminals have political clout that the victim lacks.

    (4) The ‘proportionality of law’, which demands that penalty for any said ‘crime’ needs to be proportionate to the offence, and not draconian, ‘cruel and unusual’, per the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Canada and Trudeau have intentionally jailed Ms Meng with the expectation of shipping her off to perhaps life in prison (multiple 30-year prison terms), for activity that harmed no one and which most people in the world do not find unethical.

    Chinese lady Ms Meng Wanzhou is accused of ‘bank fraud’ but this is a mis-nomer, as it is not the defrauding of a bank or client of its funds, but rather fibbing about bank activity as being un-related to the sanctions, in other words a fib to suit the reality that most Chinese and most people in the world do not consider commerce with Iran to be illegal or unethical. Just like fibbing about the whisky a Canadian drove into the USA in 1931, or fibbing about having given a USA citizen Fidel Castro’s favourite Cohiba Corona Especial cigar.

    There is a further aspect here, that the sadistic arrest of Ms Meng, a clear political act, was also designed as a total international humiliation of President Donald Trump, who was apparently uninformed by his Deep State tormenters filling the government around him, although, very bizarrely, Canada’s premier Justin Trudeau did know about it. As one extreme-right commenter put it:

    “Kidnapping this woman is a dastardly, devious act that in the current world climate can only be viewed as an attack on Trump’s attempts to negotiate a trade deal with China. … This is the people who actually run the [USA] government once again announcing to the world that Trump does not run the government. And of course, Trump doesn’t want to come out and say “Actually, I don’t even run my own government, sorry,” so instead he’s forced to just go along with this stuff.” (Andrew Anglin)

    President Donald Trump is being degraded before China, before the world, and before his own supporters, as an ’empty suit’ who cannot even save one elegant woman, the daughter of a fellow billionaire, from an unjust jailing. It is a similar shame for Canada’s Justin Trudeau.

    Justin Trudeau needs to put aside his pink pull-over and pussyhat, man up as a Canadian gentleman, and have the Mounties ride out to that Canadian jail, release Ms Wanzhou Meng, and let her go home to her family.

    • Halliburton and Schlumberger both did business with Iran for a while before Uncle Scam came in and slapped their hands with fines. Heck, outgoing president Dave Lesar chairs the American Iranian Council that seeks to normalize relations with the country.

    • Wasn’t a war started when Helen of Troy was kidnapped? China trying to save face and detained Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor.

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