During an ego-fellating interview with Donald Trump in Japan, Fox News opinion show host and unofficial Trump national security adviser Tucker Carlson and Trump discussed America’s homeless population and agreed that it should be called “filth.” Trump and Carlson singled out San Francisco, Los Angeles, and New York as examples where homeless people represent such urban “filth. Trump, moreover, lied about the U.S. homeless problem existing for merely the past two years. Trump also concocted a story about homeless people causing police officers walking the beat to become sick because of the “filth.” Trump also iterated to Carlson that the administration “may intercede” to clean the “filth” from cities like Washington, San Francisco, and Los Angeles.
This sort of language goes far beyond the fascist antics of Trump politicizing Washington, DC’s annual Independence Day ceremony and turning into a political rally and military show-of-force for his crackpot and racist supporters. Calling homeless people “filth”—Trump did add that some homeless are mentally ill, a wink and a nod to them being useless members of society—comes right out of the playbook of Nazi genocide engineers like Heinrich Himmler, Adolf Eichmann, and Dr. Josef Mengele. The menace of the Trump administration to American citizens and others is compounded by the establishment of concentration camps for asylum seekers striving for refuge from the killing fields and shooting gallery mountains of Central America. Trump’s friend, Rush Limbaugh, commented that incarcerated women and children being forced by Customs and Border Patrol officers to drink water from toilets is fine because it beats what they were drinking in their native countries.
The United States is on the verge of becoming a Nazi dictatorship. It’s not “Nazi-Lite” or “Nazi-like.” It is pure full-fledged and unadulterated Adolf Hitler-style Nazism. This did not happen overnight; in fact, it can be traced back to the George W. Bush/Dick Cheney administration when the U.S. discarded the Geneva Conventions and subjected occupied countries’ detained civilians and prisoners of war to torture and other inhumane treatment. These same tactics are now being employed on U.S. soil against innocent asylum-seekers, including children and infants.
On July 17, 2016, the evening before the opening gavel of the Republican National Convention, Carlson and Alex Jones, a few members of his Infowars crew, and other far-right ne’er-do-wells, possibly including Roger Stone, took part in a hush-hush dinner at a Cleveland hotel. The subject of this get-together was important enough for the participants to miss the “Welcome to Cleveland” bash held at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Jones, who is never at a loss for words in revealing some “secret,” no matter how inane or kooky, was uncharacteristically mum about the subject of the meeting and who attended. In fact, more information has become public about the proceedings inside Bilderberg conferences and Bohemian Grove summer jamborees than what Jones and his Infowars crew revealed about the nature of the Cleveland dinner party. Truth be told, if it were in the 1940s or 50s, such a meeting would have most certainly featured Ku Klux Klan robes and other Confederate symbols of the Dixiecrats. One thing this editor learned from making at least three or four visits to Infowars in Austin, Texas, is that the operation has had, and continues to have, a Russian connection.
The July 17, 2016, meeting in Cleveland may turn out to be as important to investigators probing the malfeasance behind Trump’s electoral “victory” as the June 9, 2016, meeting at Trump Tower between Donald Trump, Jr., Jared Kushner, Paul Manafort, and various Russian and other interlocutors; the January 11, 2017, meeting at the Four Seasons hotel resort in Victoria, Seychelles, between Erik Prince, United Arab Emirates government adviser and convicted pedophile George Nader, UAE Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed al-Nahayan, and officials from Russia and Saudi Arabia; and the December 15, 2016, meeting at Trump Tower between UAE Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed, Kushner, national security adviser-designate Michael Flynn, and Trump chief strategist Steve Bannon.
We should now be in a constitutional crisis “Red Alert” knowing that Trump seeks advice from Carlson, who, in turn, has the ear and mouthpiece of someone like Jones and his gang of what can only be described as absolute racists and sexists, with a distinct Russian financial element thrown in. That is ironic when one considers the fact that Jones grew up in a Dallas household of John Birch Society members, who, in the 1950s and 60s were looking for Soviet spies and fellow travelers behind every tree and under every bed.
A madman racist who revels in mistreating and torturing people based on their race, social status, and mental state. That’s certainly an apt description of Herr Hitler, but also of Mr. Trump.
Previously published in the Wayne Madsen Report.
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