Friday, April 7, 2017

Meet the new boss. Same as the old boss.



It looks like President Trump has decided to abandon his base and align with the globalists.

Politically this is a disaster. While the NeoCons may pat him on the head as a good goy, they will be happy to throw him under the bus at the first opportunity. They are snakes. This is what snakes do.

The Left will continue to despise Trump and the nationalist Right will no longer support him. As such, Trump will be lucky to make it four years without being impeached. He simply will have very few people left willing to defend him.

On a greater level this signifies that real change can't come to America via the ballot box. The politicians and the media are locked down and controlled. That is just reality.

I don't regret supporting Trump. I thought he was a sincere man based on his many statements. I guess we were fooled again.

After Assad is overthrown, look for dead babies to be waved in our faces from Iran.

16 comments:

  1. Snookered by the neo Cons of doom yet again!

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  2. No one here gets out alive! - J. Morrison

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  3. Nationalists all over the West must now organize themselves. It's an opportunity, not a crisis. This will make us stronger.

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  4. He is more aggressively enforcing immigration laws and illegal immigration has dropped. The number of "refugees" has been cut in half. If Trump is abandoned the wall won't be built for sure. Keep your eye on the ball, pushing back third-world America by a few decades is the only thing that matters. Criticize Trumps actions but don't throw the baby out with the bath water. The alternative to Trump isn't perfection, after all.

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  5. If all Trump does is build the wall then everything else is forgivable.

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  6. Blaming the Joos is like calling people racists, or sexists, once that starts the conversation is over, and you've lost. Sad to see Ramzpaul descend to that level. Up your game Dude.

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    1. You're stupid. Conversation over. You lost.

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    2. On the contrary, calling people racist is very effective. The republican party sat idly by for 8 years just out of the fear of being called racist.

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  7. In assessing Trump's moves, the facts are crucial: did Assad use chemical weapons or not? If he did, 59 Tomahawks are justified. If he didn't then the US is screwing up again.

    Like you, I am highly sceptical that Assad would do anything so stupid, so I think Trump was wrong to do what he did. However, if convincing evidence came out that Assad had been an asshole I would change my mind and support Trump on this.

    But right now I just feeling betrayed and disappointed.

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    1. I guess you don't understand what AMERICA FIRST means. It means: we mind our own business.

      It is very foolish for us to leave ourselves open to moral arguments for doing things that are not in our interest, because moral arguments based on false information are always forthcoming.

      Here's another way that your position is stupid: even if Assad did the gassing this one time, the so-called rebels have used sarin on numerous occasions that have been observed by the UN. There is, by the way, no documented instance of Assad's government doing it. The so-called rebels are clearly worse than Assad. Therefore: regardless of the facts of this particular incident, it makes no sense to take action against Assad.

      But it will be found that Assad did not do it.

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    2. @Hugh Watkins: Dude, NO! Even I'd Assad DID gas those people, it's none of our concern.

      Buy yourself a plane ticket and a white helmet if you're so bothered by what's going on over there. As far as I'm concerned, it's not our problem.

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  8. In a crisis situation like this we must ask ourselves, "What would Hillary have done?"

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    1. You are right, because Dinesh D'souza told me that Hillary was the real racist. I want to follow her lead.

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    2. An Asiatic named Dinesh D'souza who was born in Bombay, India has got to have promoting the best interests of white people as his number one priority.

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  9. The principle that you can learn who has the real power by asking whom you are not allowed to criticize is implicit in George Lincoln Rockwell's speech at Brown University in 1966. Rockwell points out that people are comfortable with criticizing many categories of people but not Jews. I summarized the argument in a conversation with Kevin Strom and he subsequently included it in an ADV broadcast in 1993. A couple of years later I saw the axiom attributed to Voltaire. The consensus seems to be that Kevin Strom coined the axiom. Actually it's more complicated than that. Kevin Strom appears to have been the first to state the principle concisely in a broadcast, but Rockwell had already implied it.

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