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Guest Video, “Trump’s Machiavellian Tomahawk Kabuki Theatre”

Today’s Guest Video is a short piece presented by the Black Pigeon, titled “Trump’s Machiavellian Tomahawk Kabuki Theatre”. The recent US President’s actions against the Syrian goverment of Bashar al Assad have brought a great deal of anguish to his dissident right supporters, particularly those who hoped that his presidency would bring the neoconservative and progressive export of US liberal imperialism to a halt. President Trump’s actions have so far been either questioned or outright denounced by other respected political figureheads of populist and nationalist reaction in the West, such as Nigel Farage and Marine le Pen. Many Trump loyalists could be forgiven for feeling betrayed by what appears to be the repudiation of one of Trumps key campaign promises: to stop involving the United States in Middle Eastern wars that have little to no connection to core American national interests. Here, the Black Pigeon presents a somewhat different interpretation of recent events, one which suggests that despair may not, in fact, be called for:

SydneyTrads is the web page of the Sydney Traditionalist Forum: an association of young professionals who form part of the Australian independent right (also known as “non-aligned right”).
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