An Open Memo to Donald Trump
TO: Future President of the United States of America, Donald J. Trump
FROM: John Friend
SUBJECT: Genuinely supporting the American military and veterans
Mr. Trump, you have made the deplorable status of American military veterans a central aspect of your thus far extremely successful campaign for president, and rightly so. You claim that we need to support the American military, and make it so strong that no one will ever want to confront the United States of America. I believe that is already the case, for the most part, but I agree with your sentiment – we need to have a world class military, and we need to support and care for our military veterans.
Our armed forces should be equipped with the best technology, lead by the most courageous and capable leaders, and held to the highest standards of professionalism, integrity, and heroism. I think you would agree with me that the vast majority of the members of our armed forces are righteous, honorable men and women who are doing (or have done) their best to serve their country while operating in extremely difficult situations (caused largely by spineless, anti-American politicians and media pundits, who have instigated and successfully launched an endless war against a faceless enemy as a result of 9/11).
The question becomes: what is the best way to support the American military? What is the best way to support the brave men and women who currently serve and have served in various capacities in the numerous divisions and institutions of the United States armed forces?
In my humble opinion, the two most important things you could do to support the American armed forces, on an institutional as well as on an individual level, as future President of the United States of America is to:
- End the status of America as the world’s policeman – bring our troops home, and put them on the U.S.-Mexico border, thus ending illegal immigration permanently.
- Tell the truth about U.S. foreign policy and the destructive nature of the fraudulent “Global War on Terror,” which in reality is an Orwellian, never-ending war against a faceless, manufactured “enemy” that no one can concretely locate and/or identify.
Since WWII (and arguably even before), the United States has essentially acted as the world’s policeman, interfering in the affairs of foreign nations at the behest of private special interests (corporate and ethnic, i.e., Jewish) which almost always have zero correlation to the well-being of America and the American people. We have military bases and troops all over the world; we are occupying numerous foreign countries thousands of miles from the American homeland. All of this is done at the expense of the American taxpayer. It’s pure madness, and it must end.
American foreign policy should be conducted according to George Washington’s maxim, laid out and elaborated on in his brilliant Farewell Address of 1796, an address that should be required reading for all aspiring U.S. politicians: “It is our true policy to steer clear of permanent alliances with any portion of the foreign world.”
There is an easy fix to this problem, one which will generate widespread political support and demonstrate your genuineness in truly supporting the American military (which all politicians say, but rarely actually do): close all foreign military bases over the course of the next 5 years, bring all American troops home, and entirely redirect American military policy towards securing the southern border, ending illegal immigration, and identifying, locating, and expelling all illegal aliens residing in the United States (as opposed to waging endless wars in the Middle East at the behest of Israel and the organized Jewish community). Using the American military to police and control the U.S. border, which is entirely out of control, will only help guarantee the successful implementation of your immigration plan once elected.
We need to get our priorities straight as a nation, a fact you clearly understand. In order to do so, we need to recognize that our foreign and military policy is totally backwards. We are invading and interfering with numerous foreign countries who pose no genuine threat to America or the American people, while at the same time we are being over-run with millions of illegal (and legal) aliens who do in fact pose a mortal threat to our country. This has to end, and you can make it happen, Mr. Trump.
End these ridiculous and counterproductive foreign wars. End America’s status as the world’s policeman. End our “permanent alliances with any [all] portions of the foreign world,” (as George Washington eloquently advocated) and use our military to actually protect America and her interests, which at this point in time necessitate their deployment to the southern border in addition to providing assistance to U.S. law enforcement agencies commanded to locate, arrest, and deport all illegal aliens in America.
Secondly, if you really want to support the troops Mr. Trump, you have to tell them the truth about 9/11. There can be no doubt – indeed, it has been conclusively demonstrated by a wide variety of knowledgeable, honest, and credible individuals – that 9/11 was in fact planned, organized, and orchestrated by Jewish criminals occupying key positions of power in the United States federal government and mass media (primarily) who have direct connections to the Jewish state of Israel. Israel’s intelligence agency, the Mossad, was likely involved in planning, facilitating, and executing 9/11 as well.
In a nutshell, Israel did 9/11, and the American people, especially our military forces and veterans, need to know the truth. Many of them already do.
9/11 was used to justify the disastrous and truly anti-American (i.e., contrary to George Washington and other Founding Fathers’ views of American foreign policy) foreign and military policy described above: endless war against a faceless, entirely media-manufactured enemy. The event was used to officially justify and initiate the pre-planned “Global War on Terror” paradigm of U.S. foreign policy, as well as the “Homeland Security” paradigm of American domestic law enforcement policy. These paradigms of public policy were in fact developed and formulated by Jewish neoconservatives and Israeli military and geopolitical strategists, who explicitly argued that in order for these policies to be implemented, a “new Pearl Harbor” was required. Needless to say, 9/11 was the “new Pearl Harbor,” as many Americans suspect thanks to the success of the 9/11 Truth movement.
I fully understand the controversial nature of the positions outlined above. That being said, you yourself already are controversial, Mr. Trump. You have righteously exposed a number of important truths to the American public – the corrupt, superficial nature of electoral politics and the mass media, our disastrous and counterproductive “free trade” deals, the insidious and truly evil nature of political correctness, etc. – and appear to be a fearless, uncompromising statesman who is willing to do what it takes to #MakeAmericaGreatAgain.
Take my advice, Mr. Trump – go “all the way,” so to speak, and do what it takes to truly Make America Great Again. That requires ending America’s status as the world’s policeman, using our military to support your immigration plan, and telling the American people – particularly our military folks and veterans – the truth about 9/11 and the fraudulent nature of the “Global War on Terror.”