The op-ed ( is an obvious forgery. As a former senior official in a presidential administration, I can state with certainty that no senior official would express disagreement anonymously. Anonymous dissent has no credibility. Moreover, the dishonor of it undermines the character of the writer. A real dissenter would use his reputation and the status of his high position to lend weight to his dissent.

The New York Times’ claim to have vetted the writer also lacks credibility, as the New York Times has consistently printed extreme accusations against Trump and against Vladimir Putin without supplying a bit of evidence. The New York Times has consistently misrepresented unsubstantiated allegations as proven fact. There is no reason whatsoever to believe the New York Times about anything.

This forgery is an attempt to break up the Trump administration by creating suspicion throughout the senior level.

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American policy towards the Middle East is largely being managed by a small circle of Orthodox Jews working for presidential son-in-law Jared Kushner. One of them, David Friedman, is currently U.S. Ambassador to Israel. Friedman, a bankruptcy lawyer who has no diplomatic or foreign policy credentials, is a Zionist Jew who is also a supporter of the illegal settlements on the West Bank and a harsh critic of other Jews who in any way disagree with the Israeli government.

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・・・昨年の10月頃から、英語圏の匿名のインターネット掲示板4chan」や 「8chan」で、歴代の米国大統領を陰で操り、米国を実質的に支配していると言われている“闇の政府”に関する暗号文を含んだ投稿が見られるようになりました。


それらのアクティビストたちのことを『QAnon』(キューアノン : 発音は「キュアナン」)と総称しているのです。







ドナルド・トランプは、約束の地(Promised Land)、つまり、グレーター・イスラエル(大イスラエル帝国)の建国を目指しています。