Zionists Use Donald Trump to Fix Another Election

July 15, 2015

trump.jpgl.Donald Trump makes the Masonic 
descendent triangle sign in this early photo. 

Donald Trump is an Illuminati
agent tasked with getting
Hillary Clinton elected. 

by Henry Makow Ph.D.

Like a turd that won't flush, Donald Trump is back again to serve his Illuminati Jewish masters. This time around, his role is to win the GOP nomination and throw the election to Hillary Clinton, the Illuminati bankers' preferred candidate. 

If this seems farfetched, consider that Trump is allegedly  leading the other GOP candidates by a large margin. He catapulted into the lead by pretending to champion ordinary Americans who are fed up with illegal immigration. Calling Mexicans "rapists" is a little extreme but he needed to get attention fast. 

The Illuminati Jewish bankers have a long history of manipulating US Presidential elections. An obvious example is when they dusted off Theodore Roosevelt in 1912 to split the Republican vote, defeat Taft and elect their pawn Woodrow Wilson. 

In 1940, they got a Democrat, Wendell Wilkie, to run for the Republicans, and ensured FDR's reelection, and US entry into World War Two. 

In 1992 election, they elected Bill Clinton by running Ross Perot in order to split the Republican vote. If Perot hadn't run, Bush Sr. would have been re-elected. (Apparently, he had angered the Zionists by referring to their control of Capitol Hill.)  Perot got 20 million votes. Clinton got 45 million and Bush got 39 million.

Trump was drafted to run in 2012 but they decided he wasn't needed. Then as now, Trump  tailored his position to co-opt the opposition. He is "Christian, pro-life,  anti gay marriage and so for the death penalty especially for terrorists."

"I'm a Protestant, I'm a Presbyterian," he told the Christian Post. "And you know I've had a good relationship with the church over the years. I think religion is a wonderful thing. I think my religion is a wonderful religion."

trump.jpgHe attends church "as much as I can. Always on Christmas. Always on Easter. And when there's a major occasion. And during the Sundays. I'm a Sunday church person. I'll go when I can." Now, there's conviction. 

His real  loyalty is to Mother Israel. Recently he said,  "there has never been a greater enemy to Israel than Barack Obama. It's incredible the way he treats them, the way he's speaking to them. I think he treats our known enemies much better." 

Other stories linked there provide the flavour of Trump's relation to Israel: 

Trump's daughter Ivanka converted to Judaism in 2008 before marrying Jewish real estate developer Jared Kushner.  Last year, Kushner was part of a group that bought Israeli insurer Phoenix for $500 million.


We can thank Brother Nathaniel in 2011 for alerting us to the hokey nature of the
Trump campaign and the fact that his David Axelrod (aka "handler") is another Illuminati Jew by the name of Michael Cohen.  He is a Trump advisor again in 2015 saying Trump speaks for the "silent majority."

img-bs-bottom---alexander-trump-advisor_142917540849.jpgCohen supported Obama in 2008, but has "grown disappointed with the president, so much so that he now describes himself as 'offended' by the administration's agenda. America, Cohen said, has become a "third-world nation," echoing words that have become a familiar refrain of Trump's.

Michael joined The Trump Organization in 2006 following a career as a private attorney and "personal advisor to some of the world's wealthiest individuals." 

Last summer, Cohen rented a Hampton's mansion for one month for $150,000 without even looking at it. He sued the owner for $500,000 because it was in disrepair. 

Another Trump backer is Stewart Rahr, an Illuminati Jewish billionaire, who made his fortune as a pharmaceutical distributor. He is the 183rd richest man in America (139 of the top 400 are Jewish) and one of the 400 richest men in the world.  (Trump isn't in the top 400.)  

If Americans think Trump and his backers are going to change anything, I have some real estate in Florida .... His role is to take a fall. 

Politics is a charade put on by the Illuminati. Their mass media puts lipstick on this pig.

We don't realize how we are totally manipulated.
Our political, economic and cultural lives are psy ops.


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http://www.scribd.com/doc/3289775/Famous-Freemasons-Exposed  DONALD TRUMP P.76

Yes, it's former NYC mayor Rudy Giuliani in drag having his "breasts" shamelessly violated by "Apprentice" tycoon Donald Trump (from 2006)

First Comment by Glen:

Those of us who were "all in" for Ross Perot see this for what it is. Another split the ticket ploy to get Hitlery elected. Truth be known I doubt they even have to go through with this dog and pony show. With control of Diebold and electronic voting, any election can now be stolen with little or no problem. Personally I think the "powers that shouldn't be" pull this crap for their own entertainment. I'll bet you could find them rolling on the floor in laughter at the gullibility of the American people. I find this quote to say it all.

"You know, comrades," says Stalin, "that I think in regard to this: I consider it completely unimportant who in the party will vote, or how; but what is extraordinarily important is this -- who will count the votes, and how." 

The way I see it, it matters not who wins the next election, because whoever it is you can bet they will serve Israel and the globalist agenda long before they serve America. As George Carlin notes they will have been bought and payed for long ago. The only option for any change is for no one to show up for their sham election or add the "none of the above" box to the ballot.
No matter who wins this next election, they will not serve you or work in the best interest of America. They will serve the global Zionist just as they have always done.

Comments for " Zionists Use Donald Trump to Fix Another Election"

Rodney said (July 22, 2015):

Hi Henry. I haven't written in a while but am still an avid reader of your website. What I like about "The Donald" is he is bringing up topics that have been forgotten about by most Republicans. When McCain (means: son of Cain) and Romney were running against Obama they both talked about illegal immigration and building a wall or fence first then dealing with the laws after that. Now 8 years later Trump is the only Republican talking about it. It's as if they are afraid it will hurt their campaign. When in actuality it will help it.

And Trump is also talking about these bad trade deals that have cost American workers their jobs. No other candidates are mentioning this.

The appearance is that it's because Trump is not bought and paid for. He is a billionaire who can speak the truth because he is not beholden to the Banksters. But no matter how rich you are just like Ross Perot the media can and will destroy you.

I like him. But maybe I am so sick and tired of politics as usual that I am still falling for a charade even though I have been a truth seeker, conspiracy theorist for decades. I hope he is the real deal. But you're probably right he is just false opposition.

Bill said (July 19, 2015):

I deeply appreciate the information you provide although with everything I try to keep an open mind. Like you I see America like the fall of modern day Rome. So I was happy to get some relief when "Trump" entered the American Presidential race. But only just, because then I read your piece that he was a Zionist pawn. Please tell me it ain't so. I have researched a bit on Trump and I don't see the tell tale signs of freemasonry. I see a player, a ruthless business man, a provocateur and sometimes an asshole. Are you sure he is a mole, put in motion to get Hilary elected? I am one of those suckers who fell for Obama. I see the err of my ways, feel betrayed and now kinda wince when I see him smugly patronize us thru the television lenses similar to the cold sweats I got when Bush spoke. Can you please point me in the right direction? I have an open mind, I like both Bernie and Trump and see them both outside the circle am I wrong?



Shawn said (July 16, 2015):

Makes you sick to know that there is probably some truth behind this...

RL said (July 16, 2015):

Great article right on target. You should of added in his father and the casinos the Zionist own under his name. God Bless

Omar said (July 16, 2015):

have a feeling that Jeb Bush will be our next president for the simple fact that I have yet to see the media tear him a new one (although he hasn't been too visible just yet). Hillary on the other hand I think lost the election months ago after the supposed Libya embassy shooting and the email scandal (both of which are not big deals IMO, but the media is acting like they are).

I remember the way Obama was presented during the 2008 election, he was untouchable, not even Fox News was tough on him

What I'm getting at is that all politicians have "scandals" that the media could expose at any moment but for a certain few they are never exposed. I haven't heard any negativity surrounding Jeb. He is not free of controversy however, so it makes me wonder - why the silence?

SS said (July 16, 2015):

You hit another one out of the park. I told my wife a short time ago Trump is a pawn. The Oligarchs own the "opposition" and consequently control the entire voting process. What I can't believe are the gullible masses that buy into this BS, like there's actually anyone in favor of doing the right thing, even a loose cannon like Trump. It's all pathetic political theater. Too bad very few actually understand that.

Charlie said (July 15, 2015):

Donald Trump is the "Trump Card" being played in the election. They aren't just laughing at everyone, they are advertising it.

This is so simple to almost be absurd to even mention... but "they" do love their symbolism and wordplay. It's right there in his name.

Might even be his entire purpose for existing. Putter around maintaining an image of self made wealth answerable to nobody so he can be played in
the world poker game at the right time.

George said (July 15, 2015):

Best analysis I have seen of the Trump pseudo-candidacy.

Tony B said (July 15, 2015):

Agree totally with "Glen." Elections in this country are and have long been a standing joke. So are political parties, all totally owned by the same cabal of bankers/masons/satanists/etc.

Some things needed for a return to honest elections:

1. Outlaw all political parties.

2. All ballots must be paper filled in by voters. A single ballot form for all.

3. Each ballot must list the offices open for vote in the district with a write-in line extending from it. NO NAMES PRINTED ON THE BALLOT.

4. All ballot boxes must be easily observed by the public and must be totally transparent.

5. All ballots must be counted and officially tallied in public at the place of voting before being removed.

Proper morality, devoted to honesty, is another must but one that cannot be mechanically created.

Actually, we would get much better government by simply picking names blindly from phone books. The law of averages would guarantee that at least some of those picked would be honest men whereas no party hack is ever honest, he is owned totally by the owners of the party (all are private clubs) or he would never be allowed to run for office.

Notice that I use the word "men," not persons. For excellent reason.

Jeremy said (July 15, 2015):

Donald Chump. What a joke. I' ve known about him being a Freemason since back in the mid nineties. Another pathetic attempt to fool the gullible.

Al Thompson said (July 15, 2015):

After watching the voting process for most of my lifetime, I am of the opinion that voting makes the situation worse. Trump is criticising the trade deals like NAFTA and TTP just like Perot. And just like Perot, he'll probably pull out just before the election and then make it even more difficult for the Republicans. But the Republicraps are not opposition, they are essentially socialists just like the Democraps.

The excuse in voting is that they get to choose the lesser of two evils, but the problem is that they are still evil. I think people who continue to vote are contributing to the problem because nothing ever changes, but by voting, they are condoning this type of government. If everyone stopped voting, there would be no need for the dog and pony show and we all could be spared the continuous Bravo Sierra.


Dick said (April 20, 2011):

I share your concern about Donald Trump, but at this point, I'd consider him a welcome puppet in 2012 presidential theatre.

He has been bringing some issues to the table that nobody will touch – Obama's background, tariffs on imports, rebuilding America's infrastructure instead of fighting wars. Unfortunately, he always muddies the water by saying something like, "yes the Iraq
war was terrible and illegal – now we should seize those Iraqi oil fields". And I have yet to hear the words "Wall Street" despite
many accusations misdirected against OPEC. (It's not OPEC who has added $3 of speculation to eve ry gallon of gas).

He's either incredibly naive (not likely), playing to the lowest common denominator to get traction, or as you suggest he's a false
opposition. The real test will not be whether some Jews gave him financial support, but whether he ever goes after Wall Street, and who's whispering into his ear when election season rolls around. In any event, he'd be in some respects far better and in few respects
worse than anyone else on the current horizon.

Bruce said (April 19, 2011):

I agree with your assessment on Trump; of course I would say that if people are actually brainless enough to think he'll become president, then I have beach front property in the Russian Serbian Tundra for a steal and a song.

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