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New York Times Supports False Trump Claims About An "Iranian Nuclear Weapons Program" That Does Not Exist

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The war profiteers cheerleaders are at it again.

The leading dispenser of propaganda goes on to ensure the brain number public that Iran does, in fact, have an ongoing program of developing nuclear weapons even though evidence does not back them up. Of course, evidence means little to the New York Times or to other cheerleaders for war.

President Trump is making the appearance that he does not want a military conflict with Iran, but his actions belie his words as he continues with sanctions which have the same effect as bombs in thwarting a sovereign nation’s ability to function, but the most telling thing that belies his words is he retains John Bolton, Mike Pompeo, and Mike Pence who are all working toward war, with Iran, Venezuela, North Korea, and who knows where else. This trio of psychopaths must be extinguished or the world will be paying a heavy price.

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Trump continues schizophrenic stance on most issues where his words say one thing while his actions say another. For example, in Iran, he continues saying he wants a peaceful relationship with that nation yet the actions make it look like an attack is imminent. In North Korea, he continues saying how a peaceful settlement will be obtained while his advisers continue to stir up hostilities.

We see Trump playing "good cop" while his psychopath advisers, Bolton, Pompeo, and Pence, play the "bad cop". While this scenario has proven to be successful in some circumstances where the "bad cop" mentally sane and a positive outcome is reached, the present set of "bad cop" only sees war and destruction as a successful outcome. If Trump truly believes his words he must immediately send the sick trio off to an asylum where they can inflict no more devastation on the world.

Submitted on Wednesday, May 29, 2019 at 10:27:07 AM

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possibly playing FOX or POSSUM HE lay low.

Submitted on Wednesday, May 29, 2019 at 11:46:05 PM

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