As if that would be surprising.
In a rare speech censored and lost for decades after World War II, Adolf Hitler delivers a grim confession historians have overlooked in studying the unspoken psychological/environmental source of his genocidal rage.
Discretion advised. […]
“The signing of new sanctions against Russia into law by the US president leads to several consequences. First, any hope of improving our relations with the new US administration is over. Second, the US just declared a full-scale trade war on Russia. Third, the Trump administration demonstrated it is utterly powerless, and in the most humiliating manner transferred executive powers to Congress. […]
During a limited press conference yesterday, Trump obliquely revealed the truth of this event by his describing how “I was all by myself in the White House…that’s a big, big house…except for all the guys out on the lawn with machine guns… I was waving to them…I never saw so many guys with machine guns in my life…both Secret Service and military”—and that immediately afterwards, then saw Trump declaring he would no longer tolerate America’s wars he rightly called nothing more than “Sand & Death”. […]