‘You think our country is so innocent?’ | Pres. Donald Trump

In another first for a US president, Donald Trump admitted that the United States government is not as innocent as his interviewer, like any other mainstream medium, would like him to believe.

“We’ve got a lot of killers.” – US Pres. Donald Trump

RT reports,

‘You think our country is so innocent?’ – Trump asks after O’Reilly calls Putin ‘a killer’

The US is not as innocent as it may seem, according to President Donald Trump. When Fox News host Bill O’Reilly called Vladimir Putin “a killer,” Trump responded: “We’ve got a lot of killers.”

In an interview to be aired ahead of the Super Bowl later on Sunday, Bill O’Reilly asked if Trump respects Russian President Vladimir Putin, to which the he replied, “I do respect him. Well, I respect a lot of people, but that doesn’t mean I’ll get along with them.”

Seemingly surprised, O’Reilly goes on to ask him why.

“He is the leader of his country. I say it’s better to get along with Russia than not, and if Russia helps us in the fight against ISIS – which is a major fight – and the Islamic terrorism all over the world, that’s a good thing,” Trump answered.

“Will I get along with him? I have no idea.”

O’Reilly then challenged Trump, calling the Russian president “a killer.”

Trump shrugged the comment off, saying: “There are a lot of killers. We’ve got a lot of killers. What, do you think our country is so innocent?”

It is not the first time that Trump has made such comments when journalists question his stance regarding the Russian leader.

At the end of 2015, the host of MSNBC’s Morning Joe told Trump that Putin “kills journalists,” to which the unfazed then-presidential candidate replied, “I think that our country does plenty of killing, too, Joe.”

“I’ve always felt fine about Putin. He’s a strong leader. He’s a powerful leader,” Trump added.

At the end of January, Putin and Trump held their first official phone call, which, according to the Kremlin, was “good and constructive.”

“Over the past years, the lack of mutual respect became the main reason for the deterioration of relations,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov added.

Another important thing is that Washington is prepared for dialogue, the spokesman concluded.

“This is what President Putin called for rather consistently but where unfortunately he did not see reciprocity over the past years,” Peskov said.

Earlier in January, however, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov emphasized that the first meeting between Putin and Trump may “happen in months to come,” not “in a matter of weeks.”

Peskov also said, “it is maybe the biggest mistake on the part of Western analysts to think that Trump is ‘our man.’ He is an American man.”

Former Deputy Speaker of the Belgian Parliament Lode Vanoost told RT that it is way too early to be overly optimistic about Trump.

“To me, he remains as unpredictable and unreliable as he was before. We didn’t see the full interview yet, and the follow-up questions that came after this very astonishing remark. Basically, what Trump is doing is he is applying the same moral principles to the US as he applies to other countries. That is indeed without precedent in US political culture.”

Also, he expressed concern over forces that could interfere with Trump’s mending ties with Russia.

“If he remains on the path of improving relations with Russia, it could be quite dangerous: my fear is that all conservative governments in the EU, NATO, will create provocations to force him back into line.”

Here’s a short compilation of the US CIA assassinations since 1945.

Countries where the US has assassinated or attempted to assassinate a movement leader

The US has made more than 50 attempts to assassinate political party leaders according to William Blum in his 2003 book [[Killing Hope|”Killing Hope: U.S. Military and C.I.A. Interventions since World War II”. Noam Chomsky called this book “Far and away the best book on the topic”.[1] Former CIA officer John Stockwell called the same book “The single most useful summary of CIA history.”[2]

All such operations are illegal and almost all such killings are aimed at geopolitical objectives. In almost no cases can any clear humanitarian benefit be identified, even if the target is/was indeed tyrannical.

While bombings with aircraft leave evidence in many cases, covert operations may be difficult to prove.

Date Country Details Disputed?
2011 Pakistan Osama Bin Laden. Killing of a captured man. No
2003 Iraq Saddam Hussein and his two sons. Two killings and a semi-judicial execution. Maybe
2002 Afghanistan Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, Islamic leader and warlord Maybe
1993 Somalia Mohamed Farah Aideed, prominent clan leader. Failed attempt but he died later. Maybe
1991 Iraq Saddam Hussein, leader. Attempt to kill him? Maybe
1985 Lebanon Sheikh Mohammed Hussein Fadlallah, Shiite leader (80 people killed in the attempt) Maybe
1984 Nicaragua The nine comandantes of the Sandinista National Directorate Maybe
1983 Nicaragua Miguel d’Escoto, Foreign Minister Maybe
1983 Morocco Gen. Ahmed Dlimi, Army commander Maybe
1982 Iran Ayatollah Khomeini, leader Maybe
1980-
1986
Libya Muammar Qaddafi, leader, several plots and attempts upon his life Maybe
1976 Jamaica Michael Manley, Prime Minister Maybe
1976 Chile exiled Chilean Foreign Minister Orlando Letelier is blown up in Washington DC, part of Operation Condor with at least tacit US support  ?
1975 Zaire Mobutu Sese Seko, President. Maybe
1972 Panama General Manuel Noriega, Chief of Intelligence. Captured alive and been imprisoned ever since. Maybe
1970s,
1981
Panama General Omar Torrijos, leader Maybe
1970 Chile Gen. Rene Schneider, Commander-in-Chief of Army. Maybe
1970 Chile Salvador Allende, President unsuccesful US supported coup “Project FUBELT” No
1967 Bolivia Che Guevara, revolutionary leader. CIA-organized military operation ends in capture and execution by the Bolivian Army. Maybe
1965 –
1956
France Charles de Gaulle, President Maybe
1965 Dominican Republic Francisco Caamaño, opposition leader Maybe
1965 Zaire President overthrown and replaced by Mobutu, see entry for 1961, deposing of Lumumba. No
1960s Cuba Raúl Castro, high official in government Maybe
1960s
1970s
Cuba Fidel Castro, President, many attempts on his life including poisoned cigars. No
1963 South Vietnam Ngo Dinh Diem, President. Successful attempt to replace one puppet leader with another. Maybe
1963 Iraq The CIA supports the Ba’athists, including Saddam Hussein, in a coup in Iraq against the Qassim government.[3][4][5] No [6]
1961 Dominican Republic Gen. Rafael Trujillo, dictator since 1930 shot dead in 1961.[7][8] Yes
1961 Zaire In June 1960, Patrice Lumumba became the Congo’s first prime minister after independence from Belgium. Calls for the nation’s economic liberation and is branded a communist. Eleven days later, the mineral rich Katanga province, owned by Belgium and prominent Eisenhower administration officials, seceedes. Lumumba dismissed in September at the instigation of the United States, and in Jan 1961 assassinated at the express request of Dwight Eisenhower. Several years of civil conflict and chaos end in the CIA backed deposing of President Joseph Kasavubu and the 1965 accession to power of the CIA linked Mobutu Sese Seko. Mobutu ruled and robbed the country for more than 30 years (a “kleptocracy”) while the Zairian people lived in abject poverty. No
1961 Haiti Francois “Papa Doc” Duvalier, leader Maybe
1950s-
1970s
Costa Rica José Figueres, President, two attempts on his life Maybe
1960 Iraq Brig. Gen. Abdul Karim Kassem, leader Maybe
1959 Cambodia Norodom Sihanouk, leader. And again, 1963, 1969. Maybe
1957 Egypt Gamal Abdul Nasser, President Maybe
1955 India Jawaharlal Nehru, Prime Minister Maybe
1951 Iran Mohammed Mossadegh, Prime Minister No
1951 North Korea Kim Il Sung, Premier Maybe
1950s (mid) Philippines Claro M. Recto, opposition leader Maybe
1950s, 1962 Indonesia Sukarno, President Maybe
1950s China Prime minister Chou En-lai, several attempts on his life Maybe
1950s Germany CIA/Neo-Nazi hit list of more than 200 political figures in West Germany to be “put out of the way” in the event of a Soviet invasion Maybe
1949 Korea Kim Koo, opposition leader No

7 thoughts on “‘You think our country is so innocent?’ | Pres. Donald Trump”

  1. Missing from the list is the death of Dag Hammarskjold and the 20 UN employees in the plane crash witnessed by local indigenous people as a missile attack at night. More Congo victims. Definitely a suspicious “maybe”…
    Jack Kennedy, the then President, understood the ominous loss.

  2. I would just like to hear for once the following ..

    [Amb. Lee Wanta jumps in]

    “I know Putin. Apparently neither of you do. Why don’t you let me talk to him?”

    “I have a lot a good ideas we should ALL discuss!”


    “What’s wrong with you O’Reilly! Cat got your tongue? Can’t find it within your responsibility as a journalist to inform The People, in which HOW they SHOULD be informed?”

    “Trump, this is simple. You have been informed. The BALL is in YOUR court!”

    http://www.veteranstoday.com/2017/01/27/trump-transition-team-contacted-personally-by-lee-wanta/

    http://www.veteranstoday.com/2017/02/01/trump-transition-team-contacted-personally-by-lee-wanta-part-ii/

  3. If the spooks cannot break their habit of assassination, maybe they should turn inward to this not-innocent country, and take out some globalists and bankers associated with USA Inc.? Practice makes perfect.

  4. Trump is right that the United States is not so innocent. Look at the Vietnam War which was started with the lie that North Vietnamese patrol craft had attacked US Navy ships in the Gulf of Tonkin and President Lyndon Barnes Johnson authorized the bombing of Hanoi, which precipitated the war. Three million Vietnamese and 58,000 US troops were killed in nearly a 10 year war.

    In 2003 the US under George W Bush invaded Iraq based on lies of WMD. That war killed over 1 million Iraqis and it opened the doors for al Qaeda, al Nusra and ISIS (all armed and assisted by Obama admin) to occupy large areas of Iraq to steal oil and start a Caliphate.

    But the most grotesque and evil deed done by the US military was to use the poor natives of the Marshall Islands (which were under the protection of the US after WW2) as guinea pigs to test the harmful effects of the hydrogen bombs. on human beings and animals in 1964 onward.

    As a result tens of thousands of Native died of thyroid cancer and other malignancies and deformed births. More details below:

    It is now clear that United States has no respect for Human Rights or Freedom of the Natives of any land.

  5. FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
    Omitted from the list of assassinations are the former Presidents of the United States and other key politicians, not just the obvious cases like Abraham Lincoln but also cases like Franklin D. Roosevelt who was allegedly poisoned in the hospital and others who officially died of natural causes or accidents.
    TWO GOVERNMENTS
    The documents leaked by Edward Snowden through Wikileaks provide direct evidence that the country known as the United States of American (USA) has two (2) governments: one is elected, and the other is secret (deep, hidden, dark).
    The USA Constitutional republican government with democratic elections based on founding documents, was established by Founding Brothers (Masonic) who were called Founding Fathers, and they used the newly-formed USA nation-state country to topple monarchies and popes by revolution, assassination or infiltration.
    HIGHEST LOYALTY
    Which government, the Constitutional USA or US Corporation or US Deep State, does Donald Trump, Freemason, work for? What is his highest loyalty?

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