Sunday, October 22, 2017

Bush Criticizes Trump, and Putin Says Trump’s Disrespectful Domestic Foes Haven’t Allowed Him to Fulfill His Plans


Bush Criticizes Trump, and Putin Says Trump’s Disrespectful Domestic Foes Haven’t Allowed Him to Fulfill His Plans

By Julio Severo
Former U.S. President George W. Bush hinted Thursday at his dissatisfaction with Donald Trump, denouncing “bullying and prejudice” in the current U.S. politics, praising immigration and complaining about Trump’s isolationist policy choices, as reported by DailyMail.
Philip Beck, a DailyMail reader in Atlanta, complained about Bush:
“He kept his trap shut during the eight years of Obama’s divisive leadership, but he feels compelled to ridicule a Republican President who was elected precisely because of 16 previous years of erratic and at times lame presidential leadership.”
Actually, Bush never criticized the several policies of the Obama administration negatively impacting Christians in the United States and other nations. Why did not he open his mouth to criticize Obama while Christians were persecuted in the U.S. under Obama and while Christians were being slaughtered in Islamic nations affected by U.S. military interventions?
Why did not he open his mouth to criticize Obama’s pro-abortion and pro-sodomy policies?
In his autobiography “Decision Points” (Crown, 2010), Bush talks about how he was led to Jesus Christ through Billy Graham and makes very clear that he is a conservative evangelical Christian.
Even though his evangelical faith was a positive point for the advancement of pro-family values in his administration, his foreign policy was a disaster for persecuted Christians in Iraq, Afghanistan and Syria. His administration also abandoned Christian populations affected by the aftermath of U.S. military invasions in Islamic nations.
In his 2016 campaign, Trump condemned Bush’s invasions.
In the same Thursday Bush criticized Trump, Russian President Vladimir Putin criticized Trump’s enemies. He said Trump’s political adversaries “haven’t allowed him to fulfill any of his election platforms and plans” on foreign policy.
He said that there is a strong resistance inside the U.S. against Trump, adding that the lack of respect for Trump and his voters shown by his foes is a “deplorable element of the US political system.”
At the same time, he added that Russia will remain open to cooperate with the United States.
Russia rejoiced at Trump’s victory in 2016, but its hopes for repairing ties with the Trump administration have been shattered by accusations that Russia interfered in the 2016 U.S. presidential election to help Trump against Hillary Clinton.
As in the Bush administration, pro-life policies are advancing under Trump. Yet, his foreign policy has not been different from Bush and Obama.
Neocons, who want the U.S. militarily meddling in the whole world, haven’t allowed Trump to fulfill his election platforms and plans on foreign policy.
Even though Bush criticized Trump for trying an isolationist policy against neocons’ ambitions, much worse was Obama’s isolationist policy regarding Islamic persecution against Christians. Bush has never criticized this isolationism against Christians.
As a conservative evangelical Christian, Bush forgot that the United States was founded by Protestants, whose Christian values guided the U.S. laws and culture.
Besides, Bush and Obama privileged Islamic immigration to the U.S., when Muslims are essentially persecutors of Christians. Neocons have hindered Trump from correcting this severe injustice.
The U.S. elite wants Trump in the neocons’ orbit. Even Bush and Obama want him following neocons’ orders.
Putin could be a good ally and partner of Trump against Islamic terror and the homosexual agenda, but to do it Trump needs first to defeat neocons.
With information from DailyMail.
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