“Peace is The Prize” – White House Announces Historic Peace Agreement Between Israel and Sudan…

♦President Trump’s foreign policy approach brought North and South Korea together away from the table of conflict.  ♦President Trump’s foreign policy approach brought Serbia and Kosovo together away from the table of conflict.  ♦President Trump’s foreign policy rallied the Gulf Cooperation Council to stop Qatar’s support for Islamic extremists via the Muslim Brotherhood. ♦President Trump’s foreign policy brought Turkey and the Kurdish forces together away from war and conflict.  ♦President Trump’s foreign policy created a ceasefire to stop the bloodshed in Syria.  President Trump mediated a cessation of hostilities between India & Pakistan in the Kashmir region. ♦President Trump’s foreign policy brought Israel and the UAE together… and then Bahrain… and now Sudan.

(White House) President Donald J. Trump, Sudanese Chairman of the Sovereignty Council Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, Sudanese Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok, and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke today to discuss Sudan’s historic progress towards democracy and opportunities to advance peace in the region.


[Note: The chain of allied mid-east nations normalizing ties with Israel is in-line with the same sequence of nations who President Trump previously assembled to confront Qatar extremism in June 2017.  That coalition effort is now close to achieving regional peace.]

(White House cont..) “After decades of living under a brutal dictatorship, the people of Sudan are finally taking charge. The Sudanese transitional government has demonstrated its courage and commitment to combating terrorism, building its democratic institutions, and improving its relations with its neighbors. In light of this historic progress, and following President Trump’s decision to remove Sudan from the State Sponsors of Terrorism list, the United States and Israel agreed to partner with Sudan in its new start and ensure that it is fully integrated into the international community.

The United States will take steps to restore Sudan’s sovereign immunity and to engage its international partners to reduce Sudan’s debt burdens, including advancing discussions on debt forgiveness consistent with the Highly Indebted Poor Countries Initiative. The United States and Israel also committed to working with their partners to support the people of Sudan in strengthening their democracy, improving food security, countering terrorism and extremism, and tapping into their economic potential.

The leaders agreed to the normalization of relations between Sudan and Israel and to end the state of belligerence between their nations. In addition, the leaders agreed to begin economic and trade relations, with an initial focus on agriculture. The leaders also agreed that delegations will meet in the coming weeks to negotiate agreements of cooperation in those areas as well as in agriculture technology, aviation, migration issues and other areas for the benefit of the two peoples.

The leaders also resolved to work together to build a better future and advance the cause of peace in the region. This move will improve regional security and unlock new opportunities for the people of Sudan, Israel, the Middle East, and Africa.

This historic agreement is a testament to the bold and visionary approach of the four leaders. Prime Minister Netanyahu, Chairman al-Burhan, and Prime Minister Hamdok expressed their appreciation for President Trump for his pragmatic and unique approach to ending old conflicts and building a future of peace and opportunity for all the people of the region.” (more)

All of these currently visible results tie directly back to the original President Trump strategy when he took office in 2017.  Immediately after taking office Egyptian President Fattah Abdel al-Sisi became the fulcrum for the shift toward peace.  In the background al-Sisi had been working on a peace coalition for three years; with President Trump to support the initiatives things began rapidly changing.

It is important to remember President Trump and President al-Sisi in 2017:

No leader in the region holds more anti-terrorism credibility than Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi.   President Sisi has challenged all Muslim leaders to denounce the hate within Islamic extremism and rise up to confront evil.

Al-Sisi is a Muslim leader who steadfastly supports the entire Egyptian population regardless of their religious faith.  Sisi has stood firm to support Christians in Egypt.

WHITE HOUSE – President Donald J. Trump spoke today with President Abdel Fattah Al Sisi of Egypt. The two presidents agreed on the importance of all countries implementing the agreements reached in Riyadh to fight terrorism, counter extremism, and stop the funding of terrorist groups. President Trump also emphasized the importance of maintaining unity among Arab countries.  (Link)

EGYPT – President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi has praised President Donald Trump for his role in “the formation of a united front to combat terrorism” after he called on Qatar to stop its financial support of extremist groups.

Al-Sisi’s praise-filled phone call on Saturday came after the US president echoed accusations made against Qatar by a Saudi-led group that cut diplomatic ties with the small oil-rich country earlier this week.

Al-Sisi thanked Trump for his participation in a counter-terrorism summit in Riyadh last May, in which he abandoned some of the harsh anti-Muslim rhetoric of his presidential campaign and vowed to fight terrorism in partnership with Middle East leaders.  (Link)

[…] I want to call on all other nations to stop immediately supporting terrorism. Stop teaching people to kill other people. Stop filling their minds with hate and intolerance. I won’t name other countries, but we are not done solving the problem, but we will solve that problem. Have no choice.

This is my great priority because it is my first duty as President to keep our people safe. Defeating ISIS and other terror organizations is something I have emphasized all during my campaign and right up until the present. To do that, stop funding, stop teaching hate, and stop the killing.

For Qatar, we want you back among the unity of responsible nations. We ask Qatar, and other nations in the region to do more and do it faster.

I want to thank Saudi Arabia, and my friend, King Salman, and all of the countries who participated in that very historic summit. It was truly historic. There has never been anything like it before and perhaps there never will be again.

Hopefully, it will be the beginning of the end of funding terrorism. It will, therefore, be the beginning of the end to terrorism.

No more funding.

~ U.S. President Donald J Trump

President Trump has been executing a foreign policy, a clear doctrine of sorts, where national security is achieved by leveraging U.S. economic power. It is a fundamental shift in approaching both allies and adversaries; summarized within the oft repeated phrase: “economic security is national security.”

The Trump Doctrine of using economics to achieve national security objectives is a fundamental paradigm shift. Modern U.S. history provides no easy reference.

Peace is the prize” ~ President Donald Trump

The nature of the Trump foreign policy doctrine, as it has become visible, is to hold manipulative influence agents accountable for regional impact(s); and simultaneously work to stop any corrupted influence from oppressing free expression of national values held by the subservient, dis-empowered, people within the nation being influenced.

There have been clear examples of this doctrine at work. When President Trump first visited the Middle-East he confronted the international audience with a message about dealing with extremist influence agents. President Trump simply said: “drive them out.”

Toward that end, as Qatar was identified as a financier of extremist ideology, President Trump placed the goal of confrontation upon the Gulf Cooperation Council, not the U.S.

The U.S. role was clearly outlined as supporting the confrontation. Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Egypt, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates needed to confront the toxic regional influence; the U.S. would support their objective. That’s what happened.

Another example: To confront the extremism creating the turmoil in Afghanistan, President Trump placed the burden of bringing the Taliban to the table of governance upon primary influence agent Pakistan. Here again, with U.S. support. Pakistan is the leading influence agent over the Taliban in Afghanistan; the Trump administration correctly established the responsibility and gives clear expectations for U.S. support.

If Pakistan doesn’t change their influence objective toward a more constructive alignment with a nationally representative Afghanistan government, it is Pakistan who will be held accountable. Again, the correct and effective appropriation of responsibility upon the influence agent who can initiate the solution, Pakistan.

The process of accurate regional assignment of influence comes with disconcerting sunlight. Often these influences are not discussed openly. However, for President Trump the lack of honesty is only a crutch to continue enabling poor actors. This is a consistent theme throughout all of President Trump’s foreign policy engagements.

The European Union is a collective co-dependent enabler to the corrupt influences of Iran. Therefore the assignment of responsibility to change the status is placed upon the EU.

The U.S. will fully support the EU effort, but as seen in the withdrawal from the Iran Deal, the U.S. will not enable growth of toxic behavior. The U.S. stands with the people of Iran, but the U.S. will not support the enabling of Iranian oppression, terrorism and/or dangerous military expansion that will ultimately destabilize the region. Trump holds the EU accountable for influencing change. Again, we see the Trump Doctrine at work.

Perhaps the most obvious application of the Trump Doctrine is found in how the U.S. administration approached the challenging behavior of North Korea. Rather than continuing a decades-long policy of ignoring the influence of China, President Trump directly assigned primary responsibility for a reset to Beijing.

China held, and holds, all influence upon North Korea and has long-treated the DPRK as a proxy province to do the bidding of Beijing’s communist old guard. By directly confronting the influence agent, and admitting openly for the world to see (albeit with jaw-dropping tactical sanction diplomacy), President Trump positioned the U.S. to support a peace objective on the entire Korean peninsula and simultaneously forced China to openly display their closely-guarded influence.

The success of this approach continues…

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96 Responses to “Peace is The Prize” – White House Announces Historic Peace Agreement Between Israel and Sudan…

  1. Local Treeper says:

    History is happening NOW! We are witnessing the greatest President since Washington. President Trump is leading a great awakening of American spirit and prosperity.

    Liked by 27 people

  2. willthesuevi says:

    Not surprised. The Art of the Deal. Good breakdown SD.

    Long after these degenerate, Marxist, journalists are gone, history will treat President Trump well.

    Liked by 13 people

    • Linda K. says:

      It couldn’t hurt the standing of our country that this administration is not taking bribe money .It couldn’t hurt that we are withdrawing our military and don”t need the oil in the mideast.

      Liked by 5 people

      • margarite1 says:

        For a long time I’ve figured that everyone who wants to shut off US oil is owned by a foreign government. Almost always – our wonderful POTUS being one of the glaring exceptions – it’s follow he money.

        Most in the arena don’t seem to understand when someone is working only for the good of the USA – such as the presser yesterday of Bobulinski where the press hyenas didn’t shout questions about the content – they wanted to know who paid for his trip.


  3. fred5678 says:

    Hardest hit — John Kerry (and the two clowns who hired him) !!!!!!:

    Liked by 11 people

  4. billrla says:

    UAE, Bahrain and Sudan realize that normalized relations with Israel will yield immediate and real benefits, economically and strategically.

    Liked by 9 people

  5. ezpz2 says:

    I like how he opened the door to Iran.

    Liked by 1 person

  6. glennhanson says:

    Is it even possible to imagine what this man could have done having been treated at least partially fairly and with a DC that could have simply accepted a loss? How many would even remotely consider putting themselves through this $rap a second time? I won’t see many more presidents but man I am glad to have been able to witness one of the best we have ever had.

    Liked by 19 people

    • margarite1 says:

      in business when you do something great you usually get praise and Trump was certainly used to that. I doubt he expected a cakewalk but I have to think that he didn’t expect the depths they’ve gone to to thwart a successful presidency. His reaction to their filth just revealed what a truly great man he is – he kept on working and succeeding despite them when many would have caved. In a way it seemed the opposition seemed to strengthen him. I am truly in awe and feel so lucky to be able to witness this and pray that God lets DJT continue with His mission.

      Liked by 3 people

  7. 4sure says:

    Crickets from the dnc commie propaganda machine.

    We need to quit referring to the media as fake news. It is a commie propaganda arm of the commie dnc. Call it the ministry of dnc commie propaganda.

    Liked by 6 people

    • fred5678 says:

      And the DNC is the Sinn Fein of Antifa.

      Liked by 3 people

    • GB Bari says:

      I’ve been calling them the “DemoCommunists” for awhile now. You are 100% correct about the media ===> Propaganda arm of the DemoCommunist Party.

      References to “socialism” ignore the tactics and objectives of the radical faction of the party (which is increasingly influential on the party policies).

      Norway is fairly socialist. Have you ever seen them burning down their cities and rioting? Do they heavily censor thought and opinion in their country? No, because that’s not what democratic socialists do.

      Communists, however, aren’t interested in democratic processes. They want to force everyone into accepting their policies. They bully through all of the tactics being used by current DemoCommunist agents in this country – censorship, punishment for wrong thought or speech, violence against anyone they deem isn’t agreeing with them, etc.

      Please see history of the Russian Revolution, and the rise of Mao Tse Tung. Also the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia, the Cuban Communist revolution led by Fidel Castro.

      Today’s DemoCommunist Party is trying to mirror the early tactics of those failed nations.

      Liked by 2 people

      • yucki says:

        Homogeneous populations with abundant natural resources and a solid Christian foundation are resilient. They can even approach their own version of socialism.

        But that isn’t a compelling argument for socialism per se. Even the “democratic” version. Those who preach the Norweigan model are con artists. They’re cat’s-paw communists.

        Liked by 2 people

        • GB Bari says:

          I’ve been to several areas of Norway in the last 20 years. The locals seemed content. “Everybody works” was the motto. I’ve not lived there so don’t know the limits on freedoms that their government imposes. But the residents seemed to move around, work, shop, and dine out in good numbers.

          Also saw signs of affluence most places. Didn’t see any homelessness around Oslo, Stavenger, or Bergen, the three largest cities. The economy seemed vibrant.

          I don’t think they have full “socialism” but a bit more than the U.S. However, it’s a small country with an entirely different culture. I’m not advocating for their government style here at all. It just appeared to be working for them at the time.

          Liked by 1 person

      • jinmichigan says:

        But they are really giving lip service even to communism. What they really, truly are, in the inner most recesses of their blackened, despoiled souls, is despots. Tin pot dictators, ruling by the sword.


        • GB Bari says:

          Not to get into a semantic argument, I just know that it has been Communists who have embedded into our society for 80 years and who have increasingly indoctrinated the leaders and policies inside the major cultural institutions in our country. They’ve long been using the tactics of communist revolutionaries and they’ve long been pushing our government and thinking leftward, towards socialism which leads to communism for that dictatorial level of control. Tin pot dictators have never been successful in large established nations. They need large powerful politburos and police forces to control large populations over large land masses. .


  8. Marshall says:

    I proudly cast my first vote for Ronald Reagan and he delivered victory in the Cold War. My step son will cast his first vote for His Excellency President Donald J Trump, and history will be made again!

    Liked by 11 people

    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “I proudly cast my first vote for Ronald Reagan”

      Ditto over here.


      • bshaw7369610 says:

        I was born in Reagans first year of office and my son was born in Trumps second year. I take great pride in both. I remember being very upset as an 8 year old kid when Reagans second term was done. And I asked my mom who was going to lead us because I didn’t think they could be anywhere as good as Reagan. And for the next 28 years I was right. Then came Trump. And I think he’s now going to eclipse Reagan as my favorite president.

        This man is the right guy for the job. He’s just a freedom loving American that uses common sense and a strong moral compass to guide him. If the media covered him fairly he would go down as the greatest ever.

        Liked by 3 people

      • David M Kitting says:

        Ditto here, Deplorable.


    • fred5678 says:

      My first vote was for Goldwater, then (living in CA) got to vote for Governor Reagan twice and President Reagan twice.

      And after reading Crusade in Europe in 7th grade, next year wore an “I Like Ike” button to junior high — no problem in those days.

      Liked by 1 person

    • jinmichigan says:

      First vote was also for Reagan. My nephew, who I am guardian for, will vote Trump for his first.


  9. Dutchman says:

    WHAT a “compare and contrast” looking at PDJT’s approach to the ME, and “islamic extreamism”, with that of his predesessor.

    Obama made his “apology tour”, PDJT had his first foriegn trip to ME, where he had governments agree to work together, to eliminate islamic extreamism.

    Obama wiped out database of groups funding extreamism, welcomed islamic extreamism “front group” CAIR into the admin., wouldn’t even SAY “Islamic Terrorism.

    The O’biden admin. really helped PDJT, by giving us such a stark contrast, on so many fronts.

    Liked by 4 people

    • glennhanson says:

      Obama was also a great help in ushering in the likes of the America hating squad. His and his wives dislike for this country enabled others to express the same hatred and be elected. Prior to Obama not even the most liberal dem would publicly express those feelings.

      Liked by 1 person

  10. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    “Sisi has stood firm to support Christians in Egypt”

    Christians were fine in Sadam Hussein’s Irag, too.
    As long as they stayed out of politics.

    He liked Christians working in his homes because he did not have to worry about them stealing from him.
    Or stabbing him in the back.

    Liked by 2 people

  11. Madgalene says:

    He is an incredible peacemaker! May God protect him and stop any cheating of the demoncrats to obtain power and undo all the good Mr. Trump has done.

    Liked by 4 people

  12. paper doll says:

    Besides protecting Biden, this is another reason forgien ploicy was not on the table in the debate….. PT’s success!

    Liked by 4 people

    • Right Wing Gal says:

      Was about to say the same thing. Plus Biden sold us out to the highest bidder using his son to launder the money from foreign countries. I’m not surprised they wouldn’t touch foreign policy with a 20 foot pole.

      Liked by 2 people

  13. Donald Trump has accomplished more towards the achievement of peace in the ME than any previous President. BUT, I hope that Israel isn’t duped into complacency. They can never trust ANY Muslims

    Liked by 7 people

  14. calbear84 says:

    By the time President Trump is done, he’s going to need his own mountain.

    Liked by 11 people

  15. helmhood says:

    President Trump is a force for good in the world. Some might lament the mainstream media blackout of such an historic achievement, but God knows. That’s what counts. We are so privileged to be on the side of love and dynamic justice in this battle.

    Liked by 8 people

    • tempejeff says:

      “The process of accurate regional assignment of influence comes with disconcerting sunlight. Often these influences are not discussed openly. However, for President Trump the lack of honesty is only a crutch to continue enabling poor actors. This is a consistent theme throughout all of President Trump’s foreign policy engagements.” This also occurs in Washington D.C.


  16. Einfach Mensch says:

    Peace emerges everywhere President Trump focuses his attention, with one exception where the inbred need for division and conflict cannot be reasoned with — the Democrat party.

    Liked by 6 people

  17. luke says:

    After a really dark 2020 I can see the power of God consolidating around us. For those like me who are not really religious call it the light, love, hope, etc. Last’s night debate was such a breath of fresh air and I believe our President is peaking at the right time. The media and the left offer nothing but a dark orb of fear. I see it melting though and the light is on the offensive. This achievement of Mid East Peace was unthinkable several years ago and now it is within reach.

    The lockdowns, threats of violence, and fear of reprisals for speaking one’s mind has taken quite a toll on most of us; it certainly has for me. Been hoping for the best and preparing for the worst. We’re not out of the woods yet Treepers but I think we are winning. I tried to link it but Rasmussen shows support amongst Black Americans at 46% today (job approval). SD wrote more than once about remaining positive in the face of this massive psyops campaign. Now I see why it was so important.

    Liked by 5 people

    • betseyross says:

      It’s happening. Every day you can feel it. Last night he took out Biden. This morning a peace treaty between the Sudan and Israel. Winning! It feels so good to finally be winning and “the best is yet to come”!

      Liked by 3 people

  18. Paul Hanlon says:

    Watched it earlier and noticed that the journalists there were a lot more respectful towards him. They actually asked questions about the peace agreement, without the usual shouting and accusations.

    Liked by 2 people

  19. Kaco says:

    Will the MSM report this historic peace agreement?

    Our President has to win, not just for our country, but for the world.

    Liked by 2 people

  20. Right to reply says:

    Disgraceful that this wasn’t mentioned in the debates. Trump has done so much for world stability

    Liked by 5 people

    • Kaco says:

      I know, missed opportunities to talk abut what he has done, like ending wars, defeating ISIS, and the peace agreements.

      Liked by 2 people

    • konradwp1 says:

      And a key factor for this amazing outbreak of peace in the middle east is Trump achieving US energy independence. Middle eastern oil is no longer a factor in US foreign policy.

      (Note: it is not just “energy independence”, it’s far bigger, it’s hydrocarbon independence. Over 50% of oil and gas mining is not burnt for energy, but feeds the petrochemical industry, supplying lubricants, all synthetic fibres and plastics materials, fertilizer and much more.)

      Liked by 4 people

      • ezpz2 says:

        And hiden wants to end all that

        Liked by 1 person

      • jebg46 says:

        The significance of the USA “Energy Independence” has been completely ignored by main stream media. It should be trumpeted across our nation because Americans need to learn what it means to our ability to negotiate world peace. The middle east cannot hold us hostage anymore.

        Alternative energy just isn’t able to meet the world’s energy needs as quickly as the radical left demo-communists demand. The USA must remain energy independent to maintain world peace.


  21. T2020 says:

    Let’s keep praying 24/7 for our POTUS and that the Lord will crush the evil plans of the enemy.🙏😇❤️🤍💙

    Liked by 3 people

  22. Mike in a Truck says:

    Contrast what President Trump has/is doing to what those two piles of digested dog food, Obama/Biden did. They set the world on fire- literally.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Kaco says:

      Huge contrast, and POTUS has mentioned recently the Military Industrial Complex always itching for a new war to cash in on and keep feeding it.

      Liked by 3 people

      • konradwp1 says:

        Well, the Warmongering Walrus can scratch his big mustache on his own time. He’s been booted.

        (Telling Trump that the drone wasn’t in Iranian airspace was not smart).

        Liked by 1 person

  23. konradwp1 says:

    Peace is the prize

    But could there be a super bonus prize to be unlocked? What happens when the number of peace deals brokered by Trump exceeds the number of corrupt deals brokered by Biden? Somethings got to happen!

    Do we win global peace PLUS limitless cheap thorium power for the entire world?

    Maybe global peace PLUS 100 litres per day of clean water for everyone on the planet?

    It can’t be just bells, whistles and flashing lights?


  24. Daniel says:

    Peace isn’t just the prize. It’s part of an ongoing struggle for prosperity.

    People might be asking “why is Trump brokering all of these individual deals instead of getting one large, comprehensive agreement in place?”

    Because those are stupid, that’s why.

    Peace is actually a condition upon which prosperity is based. Everyone values good deals. But so long as various forms of ideology are standing in the way, there can be no prosperity. By brokering prosperity agreements, it forces divided peoples to set their differences aside.

    I see it plain as day. Peace is the best part of the result as far as the world is concerned. No question about it. But what’s the selling point here? It’s prosperity!

    Liked by 4 people

    • Daniel says:

      Peace through prosperity. And the more prosperous free countries are, the more not-free countries want to be. Why do you think Kim Jong Un cooperates with Trump? He promised him prosperity and the everlasting love of his people who will attribute prosperity (and peace) to HIM! What leader of a miserable and starving people could pass on the opportunity to be loved by his people?


    • yucki says:

      Bridges are being built.
      Maybe prevent the storm that’s brewing between Egypt, Sudan, and Ethiopia. No country has developed water conservation technology to the extent that Israel has. The region is desperate for it.

      Ethiopia’s Power Play on the Nile Has Left the Region in a Deadlock
      As long as the Renaissance Dam remains an instrument in Ethiopia’s bid to control the Blue Nile, negotiations are doomed.

      Factbox: Key facts about Ethiopia’s giant Nile dam

      Ethiopia is building a giant dam on the Blue Nile, close to its border with Sudan.


    • dilonsfo says:

      Plus, President Trump believes that each country has a right to choose in it’s own destiny for the good of it’s people. Large deals don’t work on that level.


  25. willthesuevi says:

    “Peace is the Prize”. Right now, it is enough.

    POTUS knows, you can’t walk on water, unless you get outta the boat. Most of his Presidential achievements individually, would be amazing for a Presidential term. President Donald J. Trump can fill a book in under 4 years. And to think, he is not done, yet. The man exhausts me, just watching him.


  26. fangdog says:

    This really makes one appreciate the degree of dumb and stupid our media. A qualification has to be dumb and stupid because no one with a half a brain would see it.

    You can be liberal and still see the advantage of Trump, but these people cannot see this much….its incredible. There is something out of whack with their compass. They have such disregard for their own preservation they willingly destroy themselves in favor of Marxist Communist control of every facet in their lives.

    In their thinking they think what is best for you without thinking they too are the “YOU” in a Communist-style government……loony lunatics at its best with these people.


  27. lolli says:

    The difference is President Trump actually wanted peace in the Middle East, the others just exploited them.

    Liked by 6 people

  28. SanJac says:

    Everything this President and team are accomplishing is not just for this country it’s for the world.
    Hey Noble are you paying attention ?

    Liked by 1 person

  29. Alli says:

    The global military industrial complex must be beyond fuming. Peace is a naughty word to them trillions are at stake. I am in awe of our great stable genius President Trump.

    Liked by 1 person

    • konradwp1 says:

      He is rebuilding and modernizing the US military, so they are getting something. Just not the reckless splurges on pointless foreign wars they became addicted to.


  30. MaineCoon says:

    The Nobel Peace Prize is too small a prize for President Trump. It really is. He deserves a prize as a global peacemaker. It did the UN’s job. He actually is right when he said “Peace is the prize.”

    Liked by 1 person

  31. Kay Emig says:

    Best President of my lifetime. Bar none. Even Reagan.

    Liked by 1 person

  32. citizen817 says:

    Liked by 3 people

  33. Kermit Johnson says:

    It seems clear to me that President Trump is building a coalition to deal with Iran – and China, of course. The wonder of this is that he managed to get Israel into this. But these countries have a common enemy that they all fear, don’t they? If the President is successful, and he pressures Iran into a deal – and avoids what was looking like a certain war – the Nobel Prize is way, way too small for him.


    • plane of the ecliptic says:

      Kermit, and India in the mix as the 800 pound guerilla south of China. It is no accident that the Indian Armed Forces are purchasing container ship, after container ship full of Sig .308 rifles. They may as well move the Sig factory to Mumbai.


  34. Chuck says:

    FTA -The nature of the Trump foreign policy doctrine, as it has become visible, is to hold manipulative influence agents accountable for regional impact(s); and simultaneously work to stop any corrupted influence from oppressing free expression of national values held by the subservient, dis-empowered, people within the nation being influenced.

    Looks like he is doing this in the US too.

    Liked by 2 people

  35. C2C says:

    Trump’s a businessman. Politicians can’t even fathom Trumps’ approach because politicians are always looking primarily to enrich & advance themselves. That and they usually have shady stuff to hide from their long career in politics, so they are concerned with minimizing their exposure… except Biden – he’s just a dumbass


  36. Michael Hennessy says:

    Must be trying to get him in a perjury trap.

    After almost a year sitting on Hunters laptop there’s no chance they’re interested in prosecuting their own!


  37. plane of the ecliptic says:

    Correct me if I am wrong, but Jimmy Carter is still alive. I wonder why the Press do not ask Carter about PDJT historic Middle East peace? What about all those Bushie Foreign Service Rats from Bush 1, and Bush 2? They spent their entire careers on the middle east and got squat!!


  38. KristiGnome says:

    Meanwhile . . . I saw a poll which said that 75% of American Jews intend to vote for Biden . . a man dependent on rabid Jew-haters like Omar, Tlaib, Ellison, Sarsour, and Farrakhan for support.

    As David Horowitz recently said, “Jews who vote for Biden are completely insane!”


  39. Kent says:

    …the chinese communists are our enemy…they have been armed by previous presidential administrations financially and militarily….our national government has aided and abetted our enemies for decades….our congresspeople took the bribes…the administrative state has enabled treason…the chinese government is a threat to the entire world…it must be removed from power……


  40. cherokeepeople says:

    at the rate PT is going they are gonna need a 12 pack of nobels for him.


  41. Marc says:

    Has al-Sisi really kept up his end of the bargain in regards to religious freedom? Seems like the Copts are still being persecuted but aren’t able to get the word out any longer.
    “It is the extremist who also lives a very normal life. It is a neighbor, a coworker, or a local leader. In these cases, the authorities do nothing. Mob attacks against Christians are where this issue becomes most abundantly clear. Why is it that the local authorities always arrest more victims than perpetrators? If you were to ask local Christians, they often say that it is because there are too many people who sympathize more with the perpetrators, and the authorities do not want to risk confrontation by holding them accountable.”


  42. Ocelot says:

    Never have so many successes by a President in such a short time been so ignored or censored by such a large and corrupt social and mainstream media.

    Usually against such odds and a steady bombardment of negative news, a promising candidate never gets anywhere close to the nomination let alone the Presidency. President Trump is making significant history but it is being largely stifled in his home country.


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