Trump’s “International Bankers Speech" by Charles Taylor
Here is the shape of things to come, or rather, as they are.
Trump said in a speech in West Palm Beach, Florida, that Hillary Clinton “meets in secret with international banks to plot the destruction of U. S. sovereignty in order to enrich these global financial powers, her special interest friends and her donors.”
All of that is true, as revealed by the Wikileaks email dumps. But the speech was condemned by the Anti-Defamation League and many Jewish organisations as “anti-Semitic,” or near to it.
Earlier in the year, Trump was criticised by the same organisations for using the phrase “America First,” because it was once used by anti-Semites who opposed the US entering World War II. Presumably if he had said put “America last” the same objection would not be applicable.
So now we know. Any criticism of the international banking system is a no-no. Also, if you use a phrase that bad guys have used, then watch out, even if that phrase occurs in part of a sentence such as: “putting the American people first again.”
That does not leave much room to say anything, does it?