(BORN 11/20/48)  Is an American diplomat and attorney, who is currently the National Security Advisor-designate of the United States. He is expected to begin his tenure as National Security Advisor on April 9, 2018. IT did not last that long…

A devout right winger, so bad he doesn’t make left turns in his car, a nationalist and conservative… thought by many as a war-hawking pr*ck. 

Exit Bolton

Bolton has said that he wants to reshape the council.  Thats not good news…  9/11/2019 - Bolton was fired, he says he quit, T-RUMP denies it.  Which scumbag do you believe?  T-RUMP or BOLTON?

John Bolton had survived internal disputes before, but in the wake of his firing, analysts are pointing to a list of signs that foretold it. New Yorker staff writer and CNN global-affairs analyst Susan Glasser (who noted on Twitter that,  “ This wasn’t just Bolton v T-RUMP  it was also Bolton v [Secretary of State Mike] Pompeo and others in the administration”), highlighted a prescient piece in The American Conservative by Curt Mills, published only yesterday, asking if Bolton’s time was finally up. Bolton, Mills suggested, threatened two goals Trump wants to accomplish before the 2020 election: ending the China trade standoff and the war in Afghanistan.

Bolton never really meshed with Trump’s anti-war campaign promises, Mills wrote—even if, as The New Yorker's Dexter Filkins pointed out in May, the president liked his tough talk. Bolton’s rise and fall amounted to a brief flirtation with aggressive foreign policy, according to Mills: “Bolton appeared the leading light of a neoconservative revival, of sorts, until he didn’t.”

President Trump’s foreign policy is effectively John Bolton’s: The president’s inconsistency has allowed the dark, conservative worldview of his national security advisor to carry the day. The Washington Post’s Jason Rezaian wonders how long this dynamic will hold, as Bolton’s threats on Iran and Venezuela sound like a run-up to war. T-RUMP has signaled willingness to talk to Iran’s leadership, and if the president lacks an appetite for actual conflict—and would rather make nice with adversaries, as he’s done elsewhere—Bolton’s star could very well fall, Rezaian writes.

In discerning a “Trump Doctrine,” we should look first at the worldview of National Security Advisor John Bolton, Fareed writes in his latest Washington Post column: Trump is inconsistent, and as a result, his outlook “reflects the views of the man closest to him on foreign policy.”

Bolton is “a conservative, in the oldest, most classical sense: someone who has a dark view of humankind,” and it shows in Trump’s policies of national self-interest. Bolton’s bellicosity is dangerous, Fareed writes, as unilateral US action undermines the case against other countries doing the same. “Nationalist assertiveness works as long as only you get to practice it,” Fareed concludes.


Bolton served as the United States Ambassador to the United Nations from August 2005 until December 2006 as a recess appointee by President George W. Bush.  he didn’t last long, it was his mouth that got him in trouble.

He resigned in December 2006, when the recess appointment would have otherwise ended, because he was unlikely to win confirmation from the Senate in which a newly elected Democratic Party majority would be taking control in January 2007.  

INSIDER:   He was also considered fairly dangerous and not well liked. only liked on FOX faux news as an agitator.

On March 22, 2018, President Donald Trump announced his appointment as National Security Advisor, to take office on April 9, 2018.  LORD HELP US.  It's no small irony that the same week in which ultra-hawk John Bolton finally rose to a position of power at the White House also marked the 15th anniversary of the disastrous war he helped birth.

Bolton, a veteran “swamp” creature who held several national security posts in both Bush administrations, is poised to replace H.R. McMaster as national security adviser in early April. McMaster’s departure and Bolton’s appointment were both expected after weeks of White House whispers, but their tweeted confirmation on Thursday still set alarm bells ringing across the capital.

There are few more notorious hard-liners in Washington than Bolton, a 69-year-old former diplomat known for being profoundly undiplomatic. He shares President Trump’s scorn for multilateralism, and his loathing for the United Nations (where Bolton served a brief stint as U.S. ambassador) is matched by his contempt for the European Union. He sees both institutions as forums for ponderous deliberations that undermine American sovereignty and impede Washington's ability to act decisively.

Bolton’s geopolitical impatience matches his rumored professional demeanor: Allegations of bullying and abuse trail his conduct in office. In 2005 congressional testimony, he was famously described as a “kick-down, kiss-up” manager by a State Department colleague. That insight derailed his chances of permanently securing the U.N. post (he was later chosen by recess appointment). But under Trump, Bolton’s bellicosity has catapulted him into the most important foreign policy position in the White House.

Bolton is currently a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), a right-wing stink tank.  A senior advisor for Freedom Capital Investment Management, another cesspool, a Fox News Channel commentator, AKA popular scumbag, and of counsel to the Washington, DC law firm Kirkland & Ellis.

He was a foreign policy adviser to 2012 presidential candidate Mitt Romney. who dumped him real fast.  Bolton is also involved with a number of politically conservative think tanks, policy institutes and special interest scumbag groups, including:

The Institute of East-West Dynamics, The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom, Project for the New American Century, another money stink tank,

The National Rifle Association, Self-explanatory.

The Jewish Institute for National Security of America (JINSA)
JINSA’s advisory board includes former United States Senators Joe Lieberman (I-CT) and Rudy Boschwitz (R-MN), General James T. Conway, and Chief William J. McSweeney of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department,   

Also involved were Vice President Dick Cheney, John Bolton, and former Undersecretary of Defense for Policy Douglas Feith JINSA, is a non-partisan organization welcoming advisors from both major political parties as long as Israel National Defense is the cornerstone. Anything Cheney was involved with was dubious.

The Committee for Peace and Security in the Gulf, The Council for National Policy,  

The Gatestone Institute, where he serves as the organization Chairman.
The Gatestone Institute (formerly Stonegate Institute and Hudson New York) is a right-wing think tank that publishes articles, particularly pertaining to Islam and the Middle East. The organization has attracted attention for publishing false articles.

Gatestone was founded in 2012 by Nina Rosenwald, who serves as its president. Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations John R. Bolton is its chairman.  The institute was founded in 2008 under the name "Hudson Institute New York.  In early 2012 it was briefly renamed Stonegate Institute, before becoming Gatestone Institute in March 2012.

The Gatestone Institute's personnel includes John R. Bolton (Chairman), former US Ambassador to the United Nations, Nina Rosenwald (President), and Naomi H. Perlman.  Amir Taheri is the Chairman of Gatestone Europe.

The organization describes itself as a "non-partisan, not-for-profit international policy council and think tank is dedicated to educating the public about what the mainstream media fails to report.  The organization believes that traditional news outlets conduct insufficient and, as a result, misleading reporting on critical issues, and thus it distributes its own information about events in the Middle East and Muslim populations in other parts of the world.

Allegations of anti-Muslim bias
Gatestone has been criticized for affiliating itself with Geert Wilders, who says that he “ Hates Islam" and has been described as "anti-Muslim".  In 2012, Gatestone Institute hosted a talk by Wilders. In 2016, Gatestone paid for Wilders’s flights and hotels on trips to the United States.  The Guardian noted that Gatestone publishes the writings of Geert Wilders.

Policy analyst J. Dana Stuster of the National Security Network, writing in The Hill, criticized Gatestone as "paranoid" for claiming that immigration to Europe was “civilization jihad” and a “Muslim invasion”.

Gatestone's founder, Nina Rosenwald, has been accused of anti-Muslim bias by the Council on American-Islamic Relations. Muslim writers for the Gatestone Institute have defended the organization and Rosenwald against the claims by CAIR.

Zuhdi Jasser, founder and president of the American Islamic Forum for Democracy, said, "It goes without saying, but to those who may not know Nina, and having known her now for many years, it is clear to me that she has the highest respect for Muslims who love their faith, love God, and take seriously our Islamic responsibility to defeat the global jihad and its Islamist inspiration."

In 2011 and 2012, Gatestone published articles claiming that Europe had Muslim “ no-go zones", describing them variously as "off-limits to non-Muslim and "micro-states governed by Islamic Sharia law".

The claim that there are areas in European cities governed by Sharia is false, although many of the areas deemed as "no-go zones" have high levels of unemployment and crime.  Gatestone's claims were picked up by many outlets, including Front Page Mag, and Washington Times.  The idea of no-go zones originated from Daniel Pipes, who later retracted his claims. 

On November 18, 2016, Gatestone published an article that said the British Press had been ordered to avoid reporting the Muslim identity of terrorists by the European Union. 

Snopes rated the claim "false". Snopes pointed out that the report only made a recommendation and it was issued by the Council of Europe, not the European Union.  Gatestone subsequently corrected the article and apologized for the error, before removing it entirely from its website.

The Gatestone Institute published false articles during the German federal election of 2017.   A Gatestone article, shared thousands of times on social media, including by senior German far-right politicians, claimed that vacant homes were being seized in Germany to provide housing solutions for "hundreds of thousands of migrants from Africa, Asia, and the Middle East."

The German fact-checker found that this was false; a single house was placed in temporary trusteeship and had nothing to do with refugees whatsoever.  Gatestone also cross-posted a Daily Mail article, which "grossly mischaracterized crime data" concerning crime by refugees in Germany.

Bolton has been called a “War hawk" and is an advocate for regime change in Iran and North Korea and has repeatedly called for the termination of the Iran deal.  He was a supporter of the Iraq War and continues to support his decision.  He has continuously supported military action and regime change in Syria, Libya, and Iran.

A top National Security Council (NSC) official was forced to leave the group on Thursday, the most recent departure since national security adviser John Bolton joined the administration earlier this year, Politico reports.

Jennifer Arangio, a senior director in the NSC who worked with global groups, was escorted off White House premises and told that she was no longer needed in the administration, according to Politico.

An NSC spokesman told the newspaper that the group doesn’t comment on personnel issues, and Arango didn’t return the publication’s request for comment.  A former White House official told the outlet that Arango is “fiercely loyal” to President Trump, but that she clashed with White House aide and level 10 scumbag Stephen Miller.

“She has fought to correct misleading information about refugees and migrants provided to the president by Miller and the DPC," the former White House official said.  The publication also reported that two other top NSC officials, Joel Rayburn and Michael Bell, left the group’s Middle East sector this week.  Rayburn is expected to join the State Department while it’s unclear what the other official, Michael Bell, will do, according to Politico. Rayburn didn't return the publication's request for comment and Bell couldn't be reached. 

Several officials have left the NSC since Bolton began officially overseeing the group in early April. Former homeland security adviser Tom Bossert and spokesman Michael Anton are among the officials who have left the NSC.

Bolton has said that he wants to reshape the council.  Thats not good news