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The Media Hysteria and Dishonesty On Trump Has Backfired
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From the start of Donald Trump’s campaign, the media have covered him dishonestly. They have consistently portrayed him as a closet “white supremacist” who deliberately appeals to “racists.” They have tried to tie him to a wicked movement known as the “Alt-Right.” They are now working on another dishonest angle: that Donald Trump is “mainstreaming hate” and bringing “racism” into public discourse. The media clearly want to stampede voters into Mrs. Clinton’s camp so as to spare us the agony of a “racist” in the White House.

The demonization campaign has backfired. By trying to hang racial dissidents around Donald Trump’s neck, the media have given American Renaissance and other organizations far more publicity than ever before. At the same time,constant shouts of “racist” and “bigot” don’t seem to hurt Mr. Trump: instead they are wrecking what is left of media credibility. The biggest irony, though, is that Donald Trump is probably not one of us at all. But even small deviations from the cast-iron orthodoxy of race are enough to plunge our rulers into dark fantasies about Donald Trump as a secret David Duke fan.

Media dishonesty started immediately. When Mr. Trump pointed out that some immigrants from Mexico were criminals, the press acted as if he had said allMexican immigrants are criminals. Then, when alert news hounds discovered that those of us they love to call “haters” and “white supremacists” liked Mr. Trump, there was no end of articles with titles such as : “Meet the Horde of Neo-Nazis, Klansmen, and Other Extremist Leaders Endorsing Donald Trump,” “Top Racists And Neo-Nazis Back Donald Trump,” “ ‘Heil Donald Trump’: Neo-Nazis, White Supremacists Show Support,” and The White Nationalists Who Support Donald Trump.”

These articles had a simpleminded purpose: discredit Mr. Trump by parading before the reader any Nazi, Kluxer, or racially conscious white person who had anything nice to say about the candidate. The implication was that if “racists” were going to vote for Donald Trump he must be “racist,” too.

This was deceitful and one-sided. When the chairman of the American Communist Party endorsed Hillary Clinton, no one suggested this meant she was a communist.

It is true that Mr. Trump gave the media just enough of an excuse to pretend he really is a closet “bigot” because he did not repudiate “racists” with the snorts of indignation respectability requires. There was the famous exchange in February when a reporter pushed Mr. Trump to disavow an endorsement from David Duke. As The Hill reported it: “ ‘David Duke endorsed me? OK, alright. I disavow, OK?’ Trump said, seeking to quickly move on to another question.”

That same month, there was another famous exchange with Jake Tapper of CNN:

Tapper: Will you unequivocally condemn David Duke and say that you don’t want his vote or that of other white supremacists in this election?

Donald Trump: Well just so you understand, I don’t know anything about David Duke, OK? I don’t know anything about what you’re even talking about with white supremacy or white supremacists. So, I don’t know. I don’t know, did he endorse me, or what’s going on? Because, you know, I know nothing about David Duke. I know nothing about white supremacists.

The media leaped on these exchanges with shouts of joy. “Trump refuses to disavow white supremacists! That’s because he is one!”

There are far better explanations. First, Donald Trump is a pugnacious man. He doesn’t like being pushed around by anyone, especially not by journalists who hate him. If Mr. Tapper had belligerently demanded that Mr. Trump agree that the sky is blue, Mr. Trump would have bridled at that.

Second, Donald Trump probably doesn’t know anything about David Duke or white supremacy. I would be astonished if he has ever looked into the thinking of David Duke or any other alleged “white supremacist.” It is his feistiness and his ignorance of white advocacy that explain his answers, not some carefully concealed racial consciousness.

The press has also pounced on Donald Trump’s retweets of “racist” material, which is supposed to be yet more proof that he is a secret supremacist. Business Insider, for example, published this shocking story: “5 times Donald Trump has engaged with alt-right racists on Twitter.” Not one of these tweets is obviously “racist,” and it would be surprising if Mr. Trump or his skeleton staff took the time to vet the sources of the thousands of tweets @realDonaldTrump has sent during the campaign.

Now the press is working on another smear-Trump angle. Recently, I have been contacted by journalists from such places as Bloomberg News, Reuters, and the New York Times, who clearly want to write that Donald Trump is “mainstreaming hate,” that he is responsible for a huge surge in the Alt-Right. They want to know about all the people who have been flocking to AmRen.com because of what Donald Trump says. They want me to tell them about people who have been “emboldened” to “speak out against minorities” because Donald Trump has led the way. They would love to find someone who now thinks he is free to run down the street shouting “nigger!” because Mr. Trump wants to take a hard look at Muslim immigrants.

I have explained to them as patiently as I can that they have it the wrong way around. No one comes looking for AmRen.com because Donald Trump wants to build a wall. They come looking for us because the media have written about us in their attempt to convince the world that Mr. Trump is a “racist.” They come looking for us because Mrs. Clinton kindly called attention to us by complaining about the Alt-Right and her “basket of deplorables.” I also try to explain that if the media had not launched its malicious campaign of trying to hold Donald Trump responsible for the views of certain people who support him, few people would have heard of the Alt-Right. In their zeal to paint their enemy in the darkest colors, they are promoting the Alt-Right, not Donald Trump.

I explain that racial dissent has been growing like never before, for reasons that have nothing to do with the campaign. It is Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, Black Lives Matter, and black rioters who are sending hundreds of thousands of frustrated white people our way–not Donald Trump. This will not change whether Mr. Trump wins or loses. The top landing pages on AmRen.com are analyses of race and crime–something Mr. Trump never talks about.

I also explain to reporters that it is idiotic to think Mr. Trump has mainstreamed “hate,” by which they mean sensible observations about race. I ask them to name a single person who has been “emboldened” to say something “racist” just because Donald Trump is the GOP nominee. Of course, they can’t. If anything, it is the opposite. Mr. Trump has been called every name under the sun for the mildest, most common-sense observations about Muslims and immigration. Anyone tempted to come out of the closet is likely to hesitate more than ever. Things could change if Mr. Trump becomes president, but the candidate himself has done very little to spread our ideas.

What Donald Trump has done is spark an unprecedented interest in politics among disaffected young people who recognize that Mitt Romney and John McCain are no different from Barack Obama when it comes to preserving whites, their society, and their culture. I know a number of millennials who never bothered to vote before but who certainly will in November. I know some who have made their first political contribution or who have spent weekends volunteering for the Trump campaign.

I point out to reporters that this is what elections are supposed to be all about: giving the voters real choices. I note that the Trump/Clinton contest will almost certainly produce a record voter turnout for a modern election. Haven’t our rulers been wringing their hands over a lack of political engagement, especially among the young? Well, now they have engagement, alright, but they don’t like it. They don’t like it because so many people are stumping for the candidate they love to call a “threat to democracy.” Liberals are such transparent hypocrites. They claim to love democracy, but suddenly start worrying about its health if the people refuse vote the way they tell them to.

The whole Trump-is-a-racist fracas shows just how painfully fragile orthodoxy has become. I may be wrong, but I have no reason to think Donald Trump thinks at all as we do. He has never said or done anything to suggest he is anything more than an ordinary American with normal instincts: He doesn’t want criminals sneaking across the border, he thinks sanctuary cities for illegals are crazy, he doesn’t see why we need more Muslims, and he is angry when immigrants go on welfare. Millions of ordinary Americans clearly agree with him, and not because they are racially aware. It is because they are decent, fair-minded people who also have a nagging sense that the country is changing in unwelcome ways.

I am convinced that Mr. Trump does not have a sophisticated understanding of race. So far as I can tell, he doesn’t have a sophisticated understanding of much of anything. He has stumbled by instinct onto a few sensible policies that white advocates have been promoting for a long time, but not because he is one of us.

Maybe–just maybe–he will move in our direction. It’s not impossible to imagine a President Trump asking, in an offhand way, “What’s wrong with white people wanting to remain a majority in the United States?” Or he might casually note that you can’t expect as many blacks as Asians in AP classes because they don’t have the same levels of intelligence. But I can imagine the opposite, too: President Trump so bogged down in Beltway baloney that he never even builds the wall.

There is one thing that Donald Trump has changed. He has proven that Republican bromides about taxes and small government don’t excite people. He has proven that there is tremendous anger against political insiders of both parties. He has proven that Americans do want their country to come first. They don’t want it to try to save the world or to be a dumping ground for people who have wrecked their own countries.

And even if he has not “mainstreamed racism,” he has shown that if you have a backbone you can withstand what is surely the most intense and concentrated program of hate ever directed at an American. On October 11, Roger Cohen wrote in the New York Times that Donald Trump is a “phony, liar, blowhard, cheat, bully, misogynist, demagogue, predator, bigot, bore, egomaniac, racist, sexist, sociopath,” and a “dictator-in-waiting with a brat’s temper and a prig’s scowl.” [Trumpism After Trump] This must be one of the most unhinged, hysterical outbursts in the history of American political journalism. And it is unusual only for its wordiness, not its tone.

addtext_com_mjaxmjqwmja4otk1Don’t the editors of the Times realize that this kind of frothing explains why more Americans believe in Bigfoot (29 percent) than trust newspapers (20 percent)? Virtually the entire industry is so consumed with rage at Donald Trump and contempt for his supporters that it cannot control itself. Open, petulant bias is driving more and more Americans to social media and to sites like AmRen.com for their news.

addtext_com_mjaxndm1mja5mdq1Despite the concerted shrieking of virtually the entire American ruling class, Donald Trump is going to get close to half of the vote on November 8. Some 60 million people are going to vote for a man for whom Roger Cohen [Email him] has emptied his dictionary trying to insult. Only one major newspaper has endorsed Donald Trump. Only one. And this is a man whom the American people might choose as their president. What better proof could we have of the stark difference between printed opinion and public opinion, between what Americans think and what our rulers want us to think? Donald Trump has ripped away whatever was left of the pretense of media objectivity.

Whether he wins or not, whether he is one of us or not, Donald Trump has laid bare the collusion between big media and a political system in which both parties collaborate to run the country in their interests and those of their big donors. Voters–finally–have a chance to vote against the entire corrupt system. On November 8th they could bring it crashing down, but even if it still stands, it is visibly weakened, badly discredited. These are the perfect conditions in which our ideas will flourish as never before.

Jared Taylor [Email him] is editor of American Renaissance and the author ofPaved With Good Intentions: The Failure of Race Relations in Contemporary America. (For Peter Brimelow’s review, click here.) His most recent book is White Identity.

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  1. Taylor is a fake Alt-Righter. Refuses to blame Jews for anything. The real Alt-Right knows who is behind all the media attacks on Trump.

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    • Troll: Almost Missouri
    • Replies: @Jonh Jemeriah Schomt
    Why did I bet you'd have a one-comment comment history?

    Trolls come in different levels of intelligence (and the average is far from lofty).

    , @in the middle
    May be he does not know WHO owns the MSM! Hopefully he find out soon. My brother in law is Mexican, and he just sent his vote for Trump! So don't believe all the bull about minorities voting for that witch.
    , @Epaminondas
    Taylor was born into a family of missionaries. Jews will always be "the chosen" for these folks.
    , @Olorin
    Wot ho, one-comment wondertroll.

    Nice surname you got there, but you misspelled it. Spozeda be

    Kaaaannnnn-iggit

    You also forgot your stuffed cow trebuchet. Your master Guy de Lombard probably has one in the closet.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=895eSm4oQRw

    You lefty PR types really need to use Google more effectively.
    , @mcohen
    the us election certainly has a degree of entertainment value for rest of us watching from the sidelines.the donkey and the elephant,the colour,and finally the last 2 standing.like a hollywood movie.reminds of that great eric burdon song

    I was once out strolling one very hot summer's day
    When I thought I'd lay myself down to rest
    In a big field of tall grass
    I laid there in the sun and felt it caressing my face
    As I fell asleep and dreamed
    I dreamed I was in a Hollywood movie
    And that I was the star of the movie
    This really blew my mind
    The fact that me an overfed long haired leaping gnome
    Should be the star of a Hollywood movie, hmmm
    But there I was
    I was taken to a place
    , @Reg Cæsar
    Didn't "AryanKinight" pipe up at a Trump rally recently? Was his employer exposed?
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    The media make fun of conspiracy theories, but the more they lie, the more they are adding fuel to fire to alternative media.

    I still believe Lee Harvey Oswald killed Kennedy.

    But there have been so many lies about so many things that I wonder if future generations will trust anything. And if I were a millennial today, I wouldn’t trust that Lee Oswald killed Kennedy either since the media are so surreal about everything. The ‘new cold war’ is the most ridiculous thing.

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    • Replies: @NoseytheDuke
    That Lee Harvey Oswald managed to shoot JFK whilst leaning against a Coke machine in the canteen is the real story here. That is some truly serious marksmanship and your comment is deficient for not mentioning that at all, shame on you.
    , @Wally
    Ah yes, the magic bullet.

    And how's your Big Foot fantasy coming along?

    , @dcite
    Even Congress admitted after investigation in 1978, that there was a conspiracy, (the most MSM it got.) Nothing stops these people. The MSM realized it had to suffocate questioners even more, and so today they are owned by, they say, 6 people. Hence we get "anon."

    Their tactics are getting funnier and more subtle, or more blatant, depending on your pov. An 'anon' wolf comes here in still bloody sheep's clothing, pretending to defend "conspiracy theorists" because "intelligence" operatives are finding out in secret basements all over the D.C. area, that a lot of people are finally on to the trick term "conspiracy theorist", invented after JFK's murder by the very ones who helped perpetrate the act, to discourage people from asking questions. And Kennedy was only one murder that the perps have on their hands. There are many.

    It doesn't work any more "anon." Too many are on to you. I always have been, and maybe I'm just sick of listening to your bilge in places like the WaPo and the NYT, and, oh, just everywhere that is owned by those 6 people. Virtually no serious defence of Oswald has been on tv, nor has the best and most convincing research been featured in MSM. The suppression of witness testimony that did not accord with the pre-set conclusions of the WC convinced yours truly long ago.

    Bugliosi -- even the name is as suspect as Hershey defending the health benefits of M&Ms.

    Lee Oswald did not kill anyone. There is massive evidence that he did not -- the simplest being simply that he was seen inside his place of work at the time of the murder, but there's so much more. For a voice analyst, his statement that he "didn't shoot anyone" was all all that was needed to convince. He wanted a lawyer and was going to tell quite a bit. Of course he didn't make it that far.

    There is a plethora of research, so much that we do basically know what happened. Jim Marrs, James Douglass, Ole Dammegard, etc. But you will never see it on NBC, or read it in the WaPo or NYT. Which is one reason why these entities are not long for this world.

    Look to Bugliosi indeed.

    What next will they try to dump on us? Hillary Clinton's take on Benghazi in 28 volumes produced by the officially appointed Truth Commission?

    , @Reg Cæsar

    But there have been so many lies about so many things that I wonder if future generations will trust anything.
     
    Just about the best column from the first Clinton era:

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/opinions/1998/02/04/i-believe/ba59813d-a55d-4bb6-81ec-2454639354b5/?utm_term=.0730bae4c666

    http://www.nationalreview.com/article/206471/courageous-man-byron-york

  3. @AryanKinight
    Taylor is a fake Alt-Righter. Refuses to blame Jews for anything. The real Alt-Right knows who is behind all the media attacks on Trump.

    Why did I bet you’d have a one-comment comment history?

    Trolls come in different levels of intelligence (and the average is far from lofty).

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    • Replies: @AndrewR
    He's not wrong.

    I like Taylor but he is a coward on the JQ. Jews can be our allies but they can never be our people.
    , @Astuteobservor II
    well, when it comes to our govt, media, lobbying, or foreign policy, there is only one answer :)
  4. @Anon
    The media make fun of conspiracy theories, but the more they lie, the more they are adding fuel to fire to alternative media.

    I still believe Lee Harvey Oswald killed Kennedy.

    But there have been so many lies about so many things that I wonder if future generations will trust anything. And if I were a millennial today, I wouldn't trust that Lee Oswald killed Kennedy either since the media are so surreal about everything. The 'new cold war' is the most ridiculous thing.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C8MsA9xZJok

    That Lee Harvey Oswald managed to shoot JFK whilst leaning against a Coke machine in the canteen is the real story here. That is some truly serious marksmanship and your comment is deficient for not mentioning that at all, shame on you.

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    • Replies: @republic
    This article about Oswald in the doorway of the book depository should be read by all:

    Oswald in the doorway: the blog of the Oswald Innocence Campaign, written by Ralph Cinque

    oswaldinthedoorway.blogspot.com

    , @NickG
    No, it was a fairly achievable shot. Shooting someone from the off-hand position (that is to say standing completely unsupported) at a range of 100 metres when they are moving slowly, directly away from the shooter, with a slight downward plunge, sitting in a car with head and shoulders exposed, for a half decent rifleman, isn't especially difficult.

    Oswald had been a good shot with the service rifle - the M1 Garand - in the US Marine corps, qualifying as a Sharpshooter.

    Occam's razor points to the two 6.5 mm rounds that hit Kennedy coming from the 6th floor of the Old Book Depository building about 100 metres behind the open top car in which the president was riding.
  5. The stalinist media can say whatever they want.

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    • Replies: @jacques sheete
    And they do. Guess who some of Joey's supporters were. Swine, all of 'em.
  6. @AryanKinight
    Taylor is a fake Alt-Righter. Refuses to blame Jews for anything. The real Alt-Right knows who is behind all the media attacks on Trump.

    May be he does not know WHO owns the MSM! Hopefully he find out soon. My brother in law is Mexican, and he just sent his vote for Trump! So don’t believe all the bull about minorities voting for that witch.

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    • Replies: @Wally
    Exactly.

    Why would Mexicans in the US want more Mexicans coming to the US to drive down their wages?

    But Haim Saban's anti Trump Univision tells them to support more Mexican immigration into the US


    "I'm a one issue guy, Israel"
    - Haim Saban
     
    Saban supports Israeli law which bans all non-Jew immigration into "that shitty little country".
  7. If you deserted the MSM, you are half awake! Once the people start getting their news from alternate media, then we are in our way to dethrone the power that controls the lives of people. The media tells you who to vote for, what to buy, how to think, etc. I once was an automaton getting all my info from them (MSM). Thank God for the internet, and the alternate media available for those who seek the truth.

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    • Replies: @jacques sheete

    If you deserted the MSM...
     
    Amen to that. Flush the sewage. It isn't even entertaining.
  8. Even Jared Taylor, like the proverbial broken clock, correctly calls out the times once in a while.

    “…whether he is one of us or not, Donald Trump has laid bare the collusion between big media and a political system in which both parties collaborate to run the country in their interests and those of their big donors.”

    Momentarily accurate, but this isn’t the way the hands of the clock point after that:

    “These are the perfect conditions in which our ideas will flourish as never before.”

    Ironically, the same potential outcome the discredited mainstream media bloviates and fearmongers about.

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    • Replies: @Miro23

    Ironically, the same potential outcome the discredited mainstream media bloviates and fear mongers about.
     
    Well, they could have tried having an open and frank discussion about RACE rather than just using it as a propaganda tool.

    Race is big issue in the US, since it is a country that had a 90%+ majority of people of white European ancestry as recently as the 1950's, with an accompanying European foundation and Constitution. Now, as an open borders state, it is fast heading towards a country with a non-European racial majority. with the Establishment pushing them towards multiculturalism, identity politics and non-integration, probably to build a permanently fractured nation that they can easily dominate with their highly effective private system of patronage.
  9. I’ve said it before around these parts — the Left and their diverse horde will beg for someone like Trump after this Alt Right Thing Of Ours truly culminates.

    Right now it’s just a small cadre of political mavericks. Wait until we have former GoodWhite converts with all their zeal.

    In the running for Alt Right anthem:

    Alice Cooper – Welcome 2 My Nightmare

    I think you’re gonna like it.

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  10. And even if he has not “mainstreamed racism,” he has shown that if you have a backbone you can withstand what is surely the most intense and concentrated program of hate ever directed at an American.

    That is the takeaway from the Trump candidacy. They fired every gun they could muster at him, and he’s still standing. Standing, and even winning, if some polls are to be believed.

    (I suspect that this kind of determination resonates well with Mr. Taylor. Taylor is one of the most inoffensive men to have ever put pen to paper, but his ideas and honor have been attacked for years. Yet still he stands.)

    It’s kind of disappointing that it took an outsized personality like Trump to bring straightforwardness into the mainstream. Ron Paul was straightforward, and did amazingly well, but he wasn’t glitzy enough to avoid being marginalized. Bernie Sanders was straightforward, but he wasn’t glamorous enough to avoid being steamrollered by a political machine. Nope, it took a guy with cutthroat business savvy and TV experience to let America in on the Big Secret.

    The Big Secret is:
    1) For all the fait accompli chatter on TV, this is still America, and Americans still get to vote.
    2) America really is the land of the free and the home of the brave, and we defined those aspects in the first two Amendments to the Constitution.
    3) When you’re free enough to be brave, some people are brave enough to be free.

    TL;DR: happy to see Mr. Taylor’s article here.

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    • Replies: @AndrewR
    Bernie is a megacuck.
    , @Anon
    "America really is the land of the free and the home of the brave..."

    That might well be, but considering what America has wrought around the world, you should also add...

    ", and the abode of the heartless."

    , @Unz Reader
    It has reached the point where if the press vilifies anyone, whether Donald Trump, Jared Taylor, or Vladimir Putin, I start with the assumption that the target is probably a pretty decent person.
  11. The ‘media’ attacks Trump for wanting to built a wall, while they ignore Israel’s apartheid wall that is already built.

    http://217.218.67.233/photo/20160407/824d1b8f-4b1e-425d-8368-c17853d16df5.jpg

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  12. @Anon
    The media make fun of conspiracy theories, but the more they lie, the more they are adding fuel to fire to alternative media.

    I still believe Lee Harvey Oswald killed Kennedy.

    But there have been so many lies about so many things that I wonder if future generations will trust anything. And if I were a millennial today, I wouldn't trust that Lee Oswald killed Kennedy either since the media are so surreal about everything. The 'new cold war' is the most ridiculous thing.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C8MsA9xZJok

    Ah yes, the magic bullet.

    And how’s your Big Foot fantasy coming along?

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    • Replies: @Olorin
    Interesting you mention we PNWers' favorite evolutionary atavism. (Well, second-favorite, in Seattle and Portland.)

    I read somewhere in these pages (Derb?) recently that more Americans now believe in Bigfoot (29 percent) than believe the MSM are doing a good job (20 percent).

    You know what this means.

    Any hour now the NYT, WaPo, LAT, and Atlantic are going to publish poll results showing that among their selected samples, the Mainstream Media are viewed as the same MiniTru banners-flying young crusaders as liberated the people of the United States in the 1970s from marriage, ethics, societal trust, and the horror of a life lived without STDs, divorce, multiracial offspring, and stoner grandparents.


    Trust in US Media at All-Time High!

    Americans Praise NYT for Leading the Truth and Justice Vanguard against Fuhrer Trump and Generalissimo Pepe!

    Chocolate Rations Up 127%!

    Only Hillary Can Supply HerTurn Singularity!

    Coming Soon: Free Huma Abedin Action Figure!

    Turn in Your Parents for Likes, Upthumbs, and Game Upgrades!

  13. “…. it (the MSM) is visibly weakened, badly discredited.”

    This has to be one of the best articles on Unz.

    “Only one major newspaper has endorsed Donald Trump. Only one. And this is a man whom the American people might choose as their president. What better proof could we have of the stark difference between printed opinion and public opinion, between what Americans think and what our rulers want us to think? Donald Trump has ripped away whatever was left of the pretense of media objectivity.”

    And this,

    “Despite the concerted shrieking of virtually the entire American ruling class”

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  14. @Fran Macadam
    Even Jared Taylor, like the proverbial broken clock, correctly calls out the times once in a while.

    "...whether he is one of us or not, Donald Trump has laid bare the collusion between big media and a political system in which both parties collaborate to run the country in their interests and those of their big donors."

    Momentarily accurate, but this isn't the way the hands of the clock point after that:

    "These are the perfect conditions in which our ideas will flourish as never before."

    Ironically, the same potential outcome the discredited mainstream media bloviates and fearmongers about.

    Ironically, the same potential outcome the discredited mainstream media bloviates and fear mongers about.

    Well, they could have tried having an open and frank discussion about RACE rather than just using it as a propaganda tool.

    Race is big issue in the US, since it is a country that had a 90%+ majority of people of white European ancestry as recently as the 1950′s, with an accompanying European foundation and Constitution. Now, as an open borders state, it is fast heading towards a country with a non-European racial majority. with the Establishment pushing them towards multiculturalism, identity politics and non-integration, probably to build a permanently fractured nation that they can easily dominate with their highly effective private system of patronage.

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    • Replies: @Fran Macadam
    It's not skin color or ethnicity that counts, it's character and beliefs. I've no confidence in judging what policies or who to support by virtue of "race." I'd rather interact with a community of another ethnicity, which has compatible beliefs, than one whose individual physical characteristics most resemble mine, but reviles all I believe in. The fact is, there is a lot of the latter.
  15. I’m one of those people who never paid any attention to the “alt-right” or any of the websites associated with it until the obviously-biased msm made such a fuss.

    “It is because they are decent, fair-minded people who also have a nagging sense that the country is changing in unwelcome ways.” I like to believe I belong to this group and will remain in it, although with a somewhat harsher perspective than was previously the case. These sites have led me to read books I’d never considered reading and at 70, I’ve read a great deal.

    All things considered, I find the nazi stuff over the top, the racial slur stuff undignified, but much of the message spot on: the country (and not just the USA) has changed in “unwelcome ways”, continues to do so based on observations from afar, and will continue to change for the worse for as long as falsely conscious folks of European origin play into the hands of their openly hostile enemies. I suggest visiting these sites to widen one’s perspective if nothing else. One can discover literature effectively censored by the thought police for many years now, literature of far greater worth than much of what is promoted as “great” by others.

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    • Replies: @jacques sheete

    ...literature of far greater worth than much of what is promoted as “great” by others.
     
    For sure. The garbage gets front page, Nobel prizes and Pulitzer prizes while tons of good stuff never sees the light of day or gets trashed.
    , @Lot
    Welcome aboard Montefrio! Please keep commenting. Since you are 70, I think this site's mostly under-40 readers will appreciate your perspective. Keep in mind though half of us have ADHD, so keep it brief too!

    I find the nazi stuff over the top, the racial slur stuff undignified, but much of the message spot on
     
    Yeah, the stupidity of it all offends me more than the content sometimes. Fortunately things are improving and sites like Breitbart are promoting the message while dropping this stupidity.

    On Unz.com, let me suggest reading Sailer, Mercer, Reed, and Derbyshire. Ron Unz also co-founded the more highbrow AmConMag.com.

    AmConMag is nice too because you can email article links to potential converts without having embarrassing anti-Semite crap all over the rest of the site that make you look like a nut.
    , @Schlock Trooper

    All things considered, I find the nazi stuff over the top
     
    But as Franz Stangl duly noted, they do have some really cool uniforms.
    , @in the middle
    How the Jews betrayed mankind vol 1 and 2. Will give you a perspective about what is going on. Also pawns in the game, both PDF downloadable for your enjoyment. So yes, read and get informed so as to be able to stand for your family and country.
  16. “….he has shown that if you have a backbone you can withstand what is surely the most intense and concentrated program of hate ever directed at an American.”

    It ain’t just Trump. The continuous blizzard of hate is directed at me. Joe sixpack. Imperial Washington is a steaming heap of excrement. Theft, lies, treason and murder are it’s stock in trade. Yet it is Trump who is vulgar and I who am deplorable. All I need to know about Trump is he stands up to these dirtbags.

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    • Replies: @jacques sheete

    The continuous blizzard of hate is directed at me. Joe sixpack.
     
    Actually it's also directed at anyone who smells a rat, and there are plenty of mangy rodents in the steaming heaps of excrement in D.C., New Yawk and Chicago to name a few.And it appears to be an inviolable rule that "Sixpackians" smell rats long before the masses of White Collar Princes do.

    Theft, lies, treason and murder are it’s stock in trade.
     
    And they always have been and shall continue, despite the silly mythology to the contrary. There's a reason Patrick Henry boycotted the cornstitutional convention in Philly in 1787, giving as a reason that he "smelt a rat." The rats have been spreading their droppings for centuries, and it will take a true Hercules to clean up the Augean cesspool they've made of the world, and it won't be done in one day, if ever.

    Nevertheless, we have no choice but to maintain the struggle!

  17. I may be wrong, but I have no reason to think Donald Trump thinks at all as we do. He has never said or done anything to suggest he is anything more than an ordinary American with normal instincts: He doesn’t want criminals sneaking across the border, he thinks sanctuary cities for illegals are crazy, he doesn’t see why we need more Muslims, and he is angry when immigrants go on welfare. Millions of ordinary Americans clearly agree with him, and not because they are racially aware. It is because they are decent, fair-minded people who also have a nagging sense that the country is changing in unwelcome ways.

    This seems to me to be a reasonable assessment of the man and his broad politics.

    Maybe–just maybe–he will move in our direction. It’s not impossible to imagine a President Trump asking, in an offhand way, “What’s wrong with white people wanting to remain a majority in the United States?” Or he might casually note that you can’t expect as many blacks as Asians in AP classes because they don’t have the same levels of intelligence. But I can imagine the opposite, too: President Trump so bogged down in Beltway baloney that he never even builds the wall.

    This, too, seems to be a reasonable assessment of the prospects were Trump to win.

    Though I have a general interest in the politics of identity and a more immediate interest in the ongoing demonization and criminalisation of traditionalist dissent by the dominant left, my primary interest in the US presidential election is in relation to foreign policy, and the extent to which the next president is likely to continue the bipartisan interventionist idiocies of the past 20 years. Clinton clearly will, having played a big part in driving said idiocies in her career to date. Trump, though, is an unknown quantity. Much as Taylor sees the possibilities in relation to his own area of particular interest, so it goes for my own area. It’s possible to imagine a President Trump presiding over a draw back from the aggressive confrontation of Russia and China, and if not actually shutting down then at least deprioritising the various US “democracy promotion” and other programs designed to try to spread US ideology around the world. But it’s also possible to imagine him going the other way, either leaving foreign policy to the US “experts” while he concentrates on the pressing domestic issues he would undoubtedly have in dealing with implacable sabotage of his time in office by the media, judicial and legislative branches of the US regime, or worse, letting himself be convinced by the same interventionist lobbyists as filled George W Bush’s empty head after he took office.

    Sill, for both of us an unknown with at least the possibility of sensible policy is clearly better than the certainty of disaster the world would get with Clinton.

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    "he doesn’t see why we need more Muslims"

    Ah, the only hope the likes of you and the author, i.e. the cursed pagan human worshippers, have of finding true monotheism... and you reject it.

    Oh well, to h3ll with the lot of ya, and what an appropriate place it is :)
  18. Trump is ‘Hope an Change,’ v 2.o. Or, if you like, Obama in ‘white-face’ to give the rubes some entertainment while their world collapses around them and Wall Street pickpockets are nicking what money they have left while watching the show.

    The TBTF banks really run the show. Do you seriously think they’d let someone get into the WH who might actually do their job of protecting the USA and not Wall Street casinos?

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  19. Here’s the solution :

    Interview : Mr Trump you are a racist.

    Mr trump answers : No you are a racist.

    Back and forth no matter how long.

    This is the only way to handle this distorted issue : DT and his folks must turn it around on them, as they are the real racists, but nobody dares to say it out loud.

    Detroit is a result of their racism.

    Authenticjazzman, “Mensa” society member of forty-plus years.

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    • Replies: @War for Blair Mountain
    F Mensa...It's way more important if you have Ted Greene's Chord Chemistry and study it in a lotus position....
  20. Here’s the solution :

    Interview : Mr Trump you are a racist.

    Mr trump answers : No you are a racist.

    I think the best response to the assertion that one is a racist is to reply: “And?”, and to make the case that being racist is not necessarily a bad thing, if all the things that antiracists claim are racist are to be included in the definition.

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    • Replies: @Authenticjazzman
    "And"
    Nope it won't work, because agreeing with them, would be construed as a "Confession" and would simply turn potential allies against us.
    I would, if I had a say in campaign policy , I would accuse them, the leftists, the democrats right back of every fucking thing they have accused us of, and I would be right, as they in reality are the fucking racists, mysogenists, even the homophobes,as they now claim that a gay person cannot bonafibably ever be a Republican,which simply indicates that they have no respect for the self-determination of gay folks.
    The dumb-ass nice-guy Republicans have taken everything sitting down for the last half century
    and we see the results, and I am convinced that most of the turn-coats have done so because they are terrified of being hit with the "Racist" label.
    We need more allies and not a tedious redefinition of various labels.

    Authenticjazzman, "Mensa" society member of forty-plus years, and pro jazz performer.

    , @RadicalCenter
    You know that most people aren't ready for that, especially "swing voters". If trump said that, he would surely lose. Counterproductive, if satisfying momentarily.

    But trump should call Dems racist for treating black Americans like serfs, and he absolutely should call out Clinton et al. on their fomenting racial hatred and division, and their apologism for widespread racially-targeted violence and intimidation against white and Asian people.
    , @Walter
    Thank you Randal.
  21. in their current state, the MSM are just evangelists pushing their religions, the crazy unfounded irrational beliefs that racism is evil and egalitarians are good. where are the independently verifiable clinical tests? just like all the other myriad religions, creating gods in their own image.

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  22. @AryanKinight
    Taylor is a fake Alt-Righter. Refuses to blame Jews for anything. The real Alt-Right knows who is behind all the media attacks on Trump.

    Taylor was born into a family of missionaries. Jews will always be “the chosen” for these folks.

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  23. Jared Taylor

    Do you agree with this:Bring back the Chinese Legal Immigrant Exclusion Act!!

    You should if you are a H-White advocate….

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  24. @in the middle
    May be he does not know WHO owns the MSM! Hopefully he find out soon. My brother in law is Mexican, and he just sent his vote for Trump! So don't believe all the bull about minorities voting for that witch.

    Exactly.

    Why would Mexicans in the US want more Mexicans coming to the US to drive down their wages?

    But Haim Saban’s anti Trump Univision tells them to support more Mexican immigration into the US

    “I’m a one issue guy, Israel”
    - Haim Saban

    Saban supports Israeli law which bans all non-Jew immigration into “that shitty little country”.

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    If you truly believe it's a shitty country , why would anyone want to immigrate there ?
  25. @Thales the Milesian
    The stalinist media can say whatever they want.

    And they do. Guess who some of Joey’s supporters were. Swine, all of ‘em.

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  26. @in the middle
    If you deserted the MSM, you are half awake! Once the people start getting their news from alternate media, then we are in our way to dethrone the power that controls the lives of people. The media tells you who to vote for, what to buy, how to think, etc. I once was an automaton getting all my info from them (MSM). Thank God for the internet, and the alternate media available for those who seek the truth.

    If you deserted the MSM…

    Amen to that. Flush the sewage. It isn’t even entertaining.

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  27. @AryanKinight
    Taylor is a fake Alt-Righter. Refuses to blame Jews for anything. The real Alt-Right knows who is behind all the media attacks on Trump.

    Wot ho, one-comment wondertroll.

    Nice surname you got there, but you misspelled it. Spozeda be

    Kaaaannnnn-iggit

    You also forgot your stuffed cow trebuchet. Your master Guy de Lombard probably has one in the closet.

    You lefty PR types really need to use Google more effectively.

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    • Replies: @Marcus
    He may be a troll, but he brings up a valid, if sometimes exaggerated, concern.
  28. @Montefrío
    I'm one of those people who never paid any attention to the "alt-right" or any of the websites associated with it until the obviously-biased msm made such a fuss.

    "It is because they are decent, fair-minded people who also have a nagging sense that the country is changing in unwelcome ways." I like to believe I belong to this group and will remain in it, although with a somewhat harsher perspective than was previously the case. These sites have led me to read books I'd never considered reading and at 70, I've read a great deal.

    All things considered, I find the nazi stuff over the top, the racial slur stuff undignified, but much of the message spot on: the country (and not just the USA) has changed in "unwelcome ways", continues to do so based on observations from afar, and will continue to change for the worse for as long as falsely conscious folks of European origin play into the hands of their openly hostile enemies. I suggest visiting these sites to widen one's perspective if nothing else. One can discover literature effectively censored by the thought police for many years now, literature of far greater worth than much of what is promoted as "great" by others.

    …literature of far greater worth than much of what is promoted as “great” by others.

    For sure. The garbage gets front page, Nobel prizes and Pulitzer prizes while tons of good stuff never sees the light of day or gets trashed.

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  29. @Wally
    Ah yes, the magic bullet.

    And how's your Big Foot fantasy coming along?

    Interesting you mention we PNWers’ favorite evolutionary atavism. (Well, second-favorite, in Seattle and Portland.)

    I read somewhere in these pages (Derb?) recently that more Americans now believe in Bigfoot (29 percent) than believe the MSM are doing a good job (20 percent).

    You know what this means.

    Any hour now the NYT, WaPo, LAT, and Atlantic are going to publish poll results showing that among their selected samples, the Mainstream Media are viewed as the same MiniTru banners-flying young crusaders as liberated the people of the United States in the 1970s from marriage, ethics, societal trust, and the horror of a life lived without STDs, divorce, multiracial offspring, and stoner grandparents.


    Trust in US Media at All-Time High!

    Americans Praise NYT for Leading the Truth and Justice Vanguard against Fuhrer Trump and Generalissimo Pepe!

    Chocolate Rations Up 127%!

    Only Hillary Can Supply HerTurn Singularity!

    Coming Soon: Free Huma Abedin Action Figure!

    Turn in Your Parents for Likes, Upthumbs, and Game Upgrades!

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  30. @WorkingClass
    "....he has shown that if you have a backbone you can withstand what is surely the most intense and concentrated program of hate ever directed at an American."

    It ain't just Trump. The continuous blizzard of hate is directed at me. Joe sixpack. Imperial Washington is a steaming heap of excrement. Theft, lies, treason and murder are it's stock in trade. Yet it is Trump who is vulgar and I who am deplorable. All I need to know about Trump is he stands up to these dirtbags.

    The continuous blizzard of hate is directed at me. Joe sixpack.

    Actually it’s also directed at anyone who smells a rat, and there are plenty of mangy rodents in the steaming heaps of excrement in D.C., New Yawk and Chicago to name a few.And it appears to be an inviolable rule that “Sixpackians” smell rats long before the masses of White Collar Princes do.

    Theft, lies, treason and murder are it’s stock in trade.

    And they always have been and shall continue, despite the silly mythology to the contrary. There’s a reason Patrick Henry boycotted the cornstitutional convention in Philly in 1787, giving as a reason that he “smelt a rat.” The rats have been spreading their droppings for centuries, and it will take a true Hercules to clean up the Augean cesspool they’ve made of the world, and it won’t be done in one day, if ever.

    Nevertheless, we have no choice but to maintain the struggle!

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  31. @Jonh Jemeriah Schomt
    Why did I bet you'd have a one-comment comment history?

    Trolls come in different levels of intelligence (and the average is far from lofty).

    He’s not wrong.

    I like Taylor but he is a coward on the JQ. Jews can be our allies but they can never be our people.

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    • Replies: @dahoit
    They are not,and have never been,our allies.
    They are our masters, at present,and they hate Donald Trump.
    Could they be allies someday?
    As an optimist,I would hazard it possible,but only when they act like normal humans,instead of rabid monsters from ancient OT crazy times,and they do things that help US,instead of creating the atmosphere in which the mass murder of Americans on 9-11 occurred.
    Every disaster we are currently embroiled in throughout the ME and Africa are their instigations,as was the stupid war in Iraq and Afghanistan still ongoing ,all for naught.
    Allies?Nah,mortal enemy.
  32. @Demeter Last

    And even if he has not “mainstreamed racism,” he has shown that if you have a backbone you can withstand what is surely the most intense and concentrated program of hate ever directed at an American.
     
    That is the takeaway from the Trump candidacy. They fired every gun they could muster at him, and he's still standing. Standing, and even winning, if some polls are to be believed.

    (I suspect that this kind of determination resonates well with Mr. Taylor. Taylor is one of the most inoffensive men to have ever put pen to paper, but his ideas and honor have been attacked for years. Yet still he stands.)

    It's kind of disappointing that it took an outsized personality like Trump to bring straightforwardness into the mainstream. Ron Paul was straightforward, and did amazingly well, but he wasn't glitzy enough to avoid being marginalized. Bernie Sanders was straightforward, but he wasn't glamorous enough to avoid being steamrollered by a political machine. Nope, it took a guy with cutthroat business savvy and TV experience to let America in on the Big Secret.

    The Big Secret is:
    1) For all the fait accompli chatter on TV, this is still America, and Americans still get to vote.
    2) America really is the land of the free and the home of the brave, and we defined those aspects in the first two Amendments to the Constitution.
    3) When you're free enough to be brave, some people are brave enough to be free.

    TL;DR: happy to see Mr. Taylor's article here.

    Bernie is a megacuck.

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  33. @Randal

    Here’s the solution :

    Interview : Mr Trump you are a racist.

    Mr trump answers : No you are a racist.
     
    I think the best response to the assertion that one is a racist is to reply: "And?", and to make the case that being racist is not necessarily a bad thing, if all the things that antiracists claim are racist are to be included in the definition.

    “And”
    Nope it won’t work, because agreeing with them, would be construed as a “Confession” and would simply turn potential allies against us.
    I would, if I had a say in campaign policy , I would accuse them, the leftists, the democrats right back of every fucking thing they have accused us of, and I would be right, as they in reality are the fucking racists, mysogenists, even the homophobes,as they now claim that a gay person cannot bonafibably ever be a Republican,which simply indicates that they have no respect for the self-determination of gay folks.
    The dumb-ass nice-guy Republicans have taken everything sitting down for the last half century
    and we see the results, and I am convinced that most of the turn-coats have done so because they are terrified of being hit with the “Racist” label.
    We need more allies and not a tedious redefinition of various labels.

    Authenticjazzman, “Mensa” society member of forty-plus years, and pro jazz performer.

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    • Replies: @Randal

    Nope it won’t work, because agreeing with them, would be construed as a “Confession” and would simply turn potential allies against us.
     
    In the long run, it's the only solution.

    Just turning it round on them, true though it might arguably be, won't work, because doing so implicitly accepts their ground for the fight, and that's always a recipe for defeat. The "racist label", which you correctly identify as one of their most effective weapons (along with the similar "anti-Semite", "homophobe" and "sexist" smears) will not be defeated by essentially agreeing with it. It will only be defeated by taking the sting out of it, through ridicule and familiarity. When everyone is a racist, nobody needs to fear being called a racist.
  34. First of all,Adelson probably just endorsed Trump to make it look like the zionists are supporting him,not HRC,their whore.He is among the largest donors to the HB.Misdirection from zion.
    America Unchained,coming to a nation near you,next Tuesday,starring Donald Trump as Steve Reeves 2016.
    This election is about regaining American sovereignty and freedom,for all of US.
    Screw divide and conquer.

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  35. @Olorin
    Wot ho, one-comment wondertroll.

    Nice surname you got there, but you misspelled it. Spozeda be

    Kaaaannnnn-iggit

    You also forgot your stuffed cow trebuchet. Your master Guy de Lombard probably has one in the closet.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=895eSm4oQRw

    You lefty PR types really need to use Google more effectively.

    He may be a troll, but he brings up a valid, if sometimes exaggerated, concern.

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    • Replies: @Olorin
    I don't disagree...partly because of my familiarity with mainstream media corporations (sad to relate) and their various training camps.

    But I'd prefer the "Alt Right" not turn into a catechism of orthodoxies/spergy formulas.

    We all know that JT gives The Chosen way too much of a pass. Those of us who've read AmRen back to the '90s know it extra. We know that The Chosen have a lot to do with "media hysteria and dishonesty on Trump."

    At the same time that isn't the main point to be made on this issue, IMO.

    For starters, have you taken a look at how heavily invested in the MSM and other "joomedia" are the top 20 mutual funds built into most/many 401(k)s?

    It was on that grounds alone that I decided to take an active hand in doing my own investing. After all, why should I be handing these corporations my wages with which to speculate and skim most of the returns, when I don't watch them, don't buy their crap, and refused to work for them when I was courted to do so over the years?

    We can't reduce their power by pointing and shrieking at them...while shoveling our shekels into their hands, Marcus. And THAT is what needs to be discussed.
  36. Jared, I am a fan but disappointed that you are flirting (not this article, but generally over the past year or so) with the anti-sems more and more, and VDare as well.

    You’ll never satisfy them with this light flirting, not one bit, as comment #1 shows, but you’ll also turn off a lot of other people who are sick of it.

    Personally I don’t mind reading and engaging with them sometimes, but you are important and articulate enough you can set a standard for discourse and be a public face, and fighting the anti-white left requires a broader coalition than we have now. And Jews, in numbers, influence, and allies, greatly outnumber the anti-sems (who quite often can’t help themselves and attack Asians and Southern Europeans as well).

    I don’t defend the excessive sensitivity to antisemitism that a lot, probably even most, Jews display. It is annoying and makes us look bad. But it is a reality that someone like you who aspires to mainstream his non-mainstream views cannot change.

    There are a lot of people who can run a small non-profit, organize a conference here and there, and host websites like you do, but not so many who can do what Ann Coulter and Breitbart are doing now in trying to mainstream inegalitarianism and change the course of US history.

    You are one of those people potentially, please don’t tarnish yourself further and get MSM blacklisted associating and playing nice with the K MacDonald crew.

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    • Replies: @Marcus
    MSM is increasingly irrelevant, in any case they have no problem giving free publicity to all kinds of heterodox views.
    , @Johnny Smoggins
    You needn't worry. Mr. Taylor tolerates no real talk about the Jewish question at AmRen.
  37. @Authenticjazzman
    "And"
    Nope it won't work, because agreeing with them, would be construed as a "Confession" and would simply turn potential allies against us.
    I would, if I had a say in campaign policy , I would accuse them, the leftists, the democrats right back of every fucking thing they have accused us of, and I would be right, as they in reality are the fucking racists, mysogenists, even the homophobes,as they now claim that a gay person cannot bonafibably ever be a Republican,which simply indicates that they have no respect for the self-determination of gay folks.
    The dumb-ass nice-guy Republicans have taken everything sitting down for the last half century
    and we see the results, and I am convinced that most of the turn-coats have done so because they are terrified of being hit with the "Racist" label.
    We need more allies and not a tedious redefinition of various labels.

    Authenticjazzman, "Mensa" society member of forty-plus years, and pro jazz performer.

    Nope it won’t work, because agreeing with them, would be construed as a “Confession” and would simply turn potential allies against us.

    In the long run, it’s the only solution.

    Just turning it round on them, true though it might arguably be, won’t work, because doing so implicitly accepts their ground for the fight, and that’s always a recipe for defeat. The “racist label”, which you correctly identify as one of their most effective weapons (along with the similar “anti-Semite”, “homophobe” and “sexist” smears) will not be defeated by essentially agreeing with it. It will only be defeated by taking the sting out of it, through ridicule and familiarity. When everyone is a racist, nobody needs to fear being called a racist.

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  38. @AndrewR
    He's not wrong.

    I like Taylor but he is a coward on the JQ. Jews can be our allies but they can never be our people.

    They are not,and have never been,our allies.
    They are our masters, at present,and they hate Donald Trump.
    Could they be allies someday?
    As an optimist,I would hazard it possible,but only when they act like normal humans,instead of rabid monsters from ancient OT crazy times,and they do things that help US,instead of creating the atmosphere in which the mass murder of Americans on 9-11 occurred.
    Every disaster we are currently embroiled in throughout the ME and Africa are their instigations,as was the stupid war in Iraq and Afghanistan still ongoing ,all for naught.
    Allies?Nah,mortal enemy.

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  39. @Montefrío
    I'm one of those people who never paid any attention to the "alt-right" or any of the websites associated with it until the obviously-biased msm made such a fuss.

    "It is because they are decent, fair-minded people who also have a nagging sense that the country is changing in unwelcome ways." I like to believe I belong to this group and will remain in it, although with a somewhat harsher perspective than was previously the case. These sites have led me to read books I'd never considered reading and at 70, I've read a great deal.

    All things considered, I find the nazi stuff over the top, the racial slur stuff undignified, but much of the message spot on: the country (and not just the USA) has changed in "unwelcome ways", continues to do so based on observations from afar, and will continue to change for the worse for as long as falsely conscious folks of European origin play into the hands of their openly hostile enemies. I suggest visiting these sites to widen one's perspective if nothing else. One can discover literature effectively censored by the thought police for many years now, literature of far greater worth than much of what is promoted as "great" by others.

    Welcome aboard Montefrio! Please keep commenting. Since you are 70, I think this site’s mostly under-40 readers will appreciate your perspective. Keep in mind though half of us have ADHD, so keep it brief too!

    I find the nazi stuff over the top, the racial slur stuff undignified, but much of the message spot on

    Yeah, the stupidity of it all offends me more than the content sometimes. Fortunately things are improving and sites like Breitbart are promoting the message while dropping this stupidity.

    On Unz.com, let me suggest reading Sailer, Mercer, Reed, and Derbyshire. Ron Unz also co-founded the more highbrow AmConMag.com.

    AmConMag is nice too because you can email article links to potential converts without having embarrassing anti-Semite crap all over the rest of the site that make you look like a nut.

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    • Replies: @Montefrío
    Thank you! I've been around Unz for a while and read all your suggested writers. Long ago, I used to write for Lew Rockwell and have now been doing a paid print column for more than a decade.

    The younger folks will have to work on their attention spans!

    Yes, it's my hope that my age will offer a worthwhile perspective along with having lived on four continents, wide travel and living in South America now as a bilingual (Spanish) guy. It's encouraging to see younger men awakening to a worldwide--not just USA--situation that threatens people of European descent. One wonders what they'll do about it. I suggest they start by losing the nazi nonsense and study the American populist tradition more closely.
  40. @NoseytheDuke
    That Lee Harvey Oswald managed to shoot JFK whilst leaning against a Coke machine in the canteen is the real story here. That is some truly serious marksmanship and your comment is deficient for not mentioning that at all, shame on you.

    This article about Oswald in the doorway of the book depository should be read by all:

    Oswald in the doorway: the blog of the Oswald Innocence Campaign, written by Ralph Cinque

    oswaldinthedoorway.blogspot.com

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  41. @Lot
    Jared, I am a fan but disappointed that you are flirting (not this article, but generally over the past year or so) with the anti-sems more and more, and VDare as well.

    You'll never satisfy them with this light flirting, not one bit, as comment #1 shows, but you'll also turn off a lot of other people who are sick of it.

    Personally I don't mind reading and engaging with them sometimes, but you are important and articulate enough you can set a standard for discourse and be a public face, and fighting the anti-white left requires a broader coalition than we have now. And Jews, in numbers, influence, and allies, greatly outnumber the anti-sems (who quite often can't help themselves and attack Asians and Southern Europeans as well).

    I don't defend the excessive sensitivity to antisemitism that a lot, probably even most, Jews display. It is annoying and makes us look bad. But it is a reality that someone like you who aspires to mainstream his non-mainstream views cannot change.

    There are a lot of people who can run a small non-profit, organize a conference here and there, and host websites like you do, but not so many who can do what Ann Coulter and Breitbart are doing now in trying to mainstream inegalitarianism and change the course of US history.

    You are one of those people potentially, please don't tarnish yourself further and get MSM blacklisted associating and playing nice with the K MacDonald crew.

    MSM is increasingly irrelevant, in any case they have no problem giving free publicity to all kinds of heterodox views.

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  42. Anon says:     Show CommentNext New Comment

    I agree that Trump likely doesn’t have a sophisticated understanding of things. That requires being very well read. I am deeply knowledgeable about lots of things but I spend hours each week reading multiple online news/info sources, keep up with the deplorables on Twitter, etc. This of course harms my productivity. By all indications Trump is a very productive man and he doesn’t have (make) time to read up on such things in-depth. The curious INTP in me cannot resist however.
    - Steven J.

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  43. @AryanKinight
    Taylor is a fake Alt-Righter. Refuses to blame Jews for anything. The real Alt-Right knows who is behind all the media attacks on Trump.

    the us election certainly has a degree of entertainment value for rest of us watching from the sidelines.the donkey and the elephant,the colour,and finally the last 2 standing.like a hollywood movie.reminds of that great eric burdon song

    I was once out strolling one very hot summer’s day
    When I thought I’d lay myself down to rest
    In a big field of tall grass
    I laid there in the sun and felt it caressing my face
    As I fell asleep and dreamed
    I dreamed I was in a Hollywood movie
    And that I was the star of the movie
    This really blew my mind
    The fact that me an overfed long haired leaping gnome
    Should be the star of a Hollywood movie, hmmm
    But there I was
    I was taken to a place

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  44. @Anon
    The media make fun of conspiracy theories, but the more they lie, the more they are adding fuel to fire to alternative media.

    I still believe Lee Harvey Oswald killed Kennedy.

    But there have been so many lies about so many things that I wonder if future generations will trust anything. And if I were a millennial today, I wouldn't trust that Lee Oswald killed Kennedy either since the media are so surreal about everything. The 'new cold war' is the most ridiculous thing.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C8MsA9xZJok

    Even Congress admitted after investigation in 1978, that there was a conspiracy, (the most MSM it got.) Nothing stops these people. The MSM realized it had to suffocate questioners even more, and so today they are owned by, they say, 6 people. Hence we get “anon.”

    Their tactics are getting funnier and more subtle, or more blatant, depending on your pov. An ‘anon’ wolf comes here in still bloody sheep’s clothing, pretending to defend “conspiracy theorists” because “intelligence” operatives are finding out in secret basements all over the D.C. area, that a lot of people are finally on to the trick term “conspiracy theorist”, invented after JFK’s murder by the very ones who helped perpetrate the act, to discourage people from asking questions. And Kennedy was only one murder that the perps have on their hands. There are many.

    It doesn’t work any more “anon.” Too many are on to you. I always have been, and maybe I’m just sick of listening to your bilge in places like the WaPo and the NYT, and, oh, just everywhere that is owned by those 6 people. Virtually no serious defence of Oswald has been on tv, nor has the best and most convincing research been featured in MSM. The suppression of witness testimony that did not accord with the pre-set conclusions of the WC convinced yours truly long ago.

    Bugliosi — even the name is as suspect as Hershey defending the health benefits of M&Ms.

    Lee Oswald did not kill anyone. There is massive evidence that he did not — the simplest being simply that he was seen inside his place of work at the time of the murder, but there’s so much more. For a voice analyst, his statement that he “didn’t shoot anyone” was all all that was needed to convince. He wanted a lawyer and was going to tell quite a bit. Of course he didn’t make it that far.

    There is a plethora of research, so much that we do basically know what happened. Jim Marrs, James Douglass, Ole Dammegard, etc. But you will never see it on NBC, or read it in the WaPo or NYT. Which is one reason why these entities are not long for this world.

    Look to Bugliosi indeed.

    What next will they try to dump on us? Hillary Clinton’s take on Benghazi in 28 volumes produced by the officially appointed Truth Commission?

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    do the von

    come on everybody lets do the bugliosi,
    pull up a chair and get real cosy
    wriggle your butt from left to altright
    do the von spiracy up all night

    yeah yeah do the von
    yeah yeah do the von
    von spiracy up all night
    von spiracy up all tight

    hit those keys on the board
    pull your mouse by the cord
    keyboard warrior burning tight
    doing the von spiracy up all night

    yeah yeah do the von
    yeah yeah do the von
    von spiracy up all night.
    von spiracy up all tight

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  45. @Randal

    Here’s the solution :

    Interview : Mr Trump you are a racist.

    Mr trump answers : No you are a racist.
     
    I think the best response to the assertion that one is a racist is to reply: "And?", and to make the case that being racist is not necessarily a bad thing, if all the things that antiracists claim are racist are to be included in the definition.

    You know that most people aren’t ready for that, especially “swing voters”. If trump said that, he would surely lose. Counterproductive, if satisfying momentarily.

    But trump should call Dems racist for treating black Americans like serfs, and he absolutely should call out Clinton et al. on their fomenting racial hatred and division, and their apologism for widespread racially-targeted violence and intimidation against white and Asian people.

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    You know that most people aren’t ready for that, especially “swing voters”. If trump said that, he would surely lose. Counterproductive, if satisfying momentarily.
     
    I don't agree, though you might be right. I think it has now gone far enough for the final discrediting to begin.

    For sure, there's nothing wrong with pointing out the anti-white race-baiting of the mainstream left (though it's been done many times before and they just shrug it off and declare - openly - that "it's only racism if it's directed against the powerless").

    And there's nothing wrong with pointing out the way the Democrats shamelessly exploit their black vote fodder and treat them like dirt when they aren't needed (though again, it's never worked in the past, and the whole point is that the only people who matter - the "community leader" identity lobbyist types who organise and manipulate the foot-soldiers - are still doing very nicely out of it indeed, thank you).

    And by all means shout out again about anti-white and anti-conservative violence and intimidation by the left - Jim Goad has a nice piece in Taki's about some particularly egregious examples, which I posted a link to on Sailer's open election thread, but he hasn't approved yet: Violence in the name of compassion (but again, it's never worked before because the mainstream media just ignores it).

    Eventually these points must break through, right? Maybe now is the time.
  46. @Marcus
    He may be a troll, but he brings up a valid, if sometimes exaggerated, concern.

    I don’t disagree…partly because of my familiarity with mainstream media corporations (sad to relate) and their various training camps.

    But I’d prefer the “Alt Right” not turn into a catechism of orthodoxies/spergy formulas.

    We all know that JT gives The Chosen way too much of a pass. Those of us who’ve read AmRen back to the ’90s know it extra. We know that The Chosen have a lot to do with “media hysteria and dishonesty on Trump.”

    At the same time that isn’t the main point to be made on this issue, IMO.

    For starters, have you taken a look at how heavily invested in the MSM and other “joomedia” are the top 20 mutual funds built into most/many 401(k)s?

    It was on that grounds alone that I decided to take an active hand in doing my own investing. After all, why should I be handing these corporations my wages with which to speculate and skim most of the returns, when I don’t watch them, don’t buy their crap, and refused to work for them when I was courted to do so over the years?

    We can’t reduce their power by pointing and shrieking at them…while shoveling our shekels into their hands, Marcus. And THAT is what needs to be discussed.

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  47. @AryanKinight
    Taylor is a fake Alt-Righter. Refuses to blame Jews for anything. The real Alt-Right knows who is behind all the media attacks on Trump.

    Didn’t “AryanKinight” pipe up at a Trump rally recently? Was his employer exposed?

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  48. @Anon
    The media make fun of conspiracy theories, but the more they lie, the more they are adding fuel to fire to alternative media.

    I still believe Lee Harvey Oswald killed Kennedy.

    But there have been so many lies about so many things that I wonder if future generations will trust anything. And if I were a millennial today, I wouldn't trust that Lee Oswald killed Kennedy either since the media are so surreal about everything. The 'new cold war' is the most ridiculous thing.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C8MsA9xZJok

    But there have been so many lies about so many things that I wonder if future generations will trust anything.

    Just about the best column from the first Clinton era:

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/opinions/1998/02/04/i-believe/ba59813d-a55d-4bb6-81ec-2454639354b5/?utm_term=.0730bae4c666

    http://www.nationalreview.com/article/206471/courageous-man-byron-york

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  49. @RadicalCenter
    You know that most people aren't ready for that, especially "swing voters". If trump said that, he would surely lose. Counterproductive, if satisfying momentarily.

    But trump should call Dems racist for treating black Americans like serfs, and he absolutely should call out Clinton et al. on their fomenting racial hatred and division, and their apologism for widespread racially-targeted violence and intimidation against white and Asian people.

    You know that most people aren’t ready for that, especially “swing voters”. If trump said that, he would surely lose. Counterproductive, if satisfying momentarily.

    I don’t agree, though you might be right. I think it has now gone far enough for the final discrediting to begin.

    For sure, there’s nothing wrong with pointing out the anti-white race-baiting of the mainstream left (though it’s been done many times before and they just shrug it off and declare – openly – that “it’s only racism if it’s directed against the powerless”).

    And there’s nothing wrong with pointing out the way the Democrats shamelessly exploit their black vote fodder and treat them like dirt when they aren’t needed (though again, it’s never worked in the past, and the whole point is that the only people who matter – the “community leader” identity lobbyist types who organise and manipulate the foot-soldiers – are still doing very nicely out of it indeed, thank you).

    And by all means shout out again about anti-white and anti-conservative violence and intimidation by the left – Jim Goad has a nice piece in Taki’s about some particularly egregious examples, which I posted a link to on Sailer’s open election thread, but he hasn’t approved yet: Violence in the name of compassion (but again, it’s never worked before because the mainstream media just ignores it).

    Eventually these points must break through, right? Maybe now is the time.

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  50. So far as I can tell, he doesn’t have a sophisticated understanding of much of anything

    It’s always amusing when people underestimate Trump. I think he understands quite a lot. Does he always express it clearly and completely? No, but we don’t need a besweatered policy wonk to drone on for hours about the H-1B visa and DACA and the SCAAP program. Hey, if I want that I just scurry over to Numbers USA. Just the fact that Trump brought up illegal immigration when every other pol was running in the opposite direction shows his instincts are spot on. To hell with the critics.

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  51. @Montefrío
    I'm one of those people who never paid any attention to the "alt-right" or any of the websites associated with it until the obviously-biased msm made such a fuss.

    "It is because they are decent, fair-minded people who also have a nagging sense that the country is changing in unwelcome ways." I like to believe I belong to this group and will remain in it, although with a somewhat harsher perspective than was previously the case. These sites have led me to read books I'd never considered reading and at 70, I've read a great deal.

    All things considered, I find the nazi stuff over the top, the racial slur stuff undignified, but much of the message spot on: the country (and not just the USA) has changed in "unwelcome ways", continues to do so based on observations from afar, and will continue to change for the worse for as long as falsely conscious folks of European origin play into the hands of their openly hostile enemies. I suggest visiting these sites to widen one's perspective if nothing else. One can discover literature effectively censored by the thought police for many years now, literature of far greater worth than much of what is promoted as "great" by others.

    All things considered, I find the nazi stuff over the top

    But as Franz Stangl duly noted, they do have some really cool uniforms.

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  52. @Miro23

    Ironically, the same potential outcome the discredited mainstream media bloviates and fear mongers about.
     
    Well, they could have tried having an open and frank discussion about RACE rather than just using it as a propaganda tool.

    Race is big issue in the US, since it is a country that had a 90%+ majority of people of white European ancestry as recently as the 1950's, with an accompanying European foundation and Constitution. Now, as an open borders state, it is fast heading towards a country with a non-European racial majority. with the Establishment pushing them towards multiculturalism, identity politics and non-integration, probably to build a permanently fractured nation that they can easily dominate with their highly effective private system of patronage.

    It’s not skin color or ethnicity that counts, it’s character and beliefs. I’ve no confidence in judging what policies or who to support by virtue of “race.” I’d rather interact with a community of another ethnicity, which has compatible beliefs, than one whose individual physical characteristics most resemble mine, but reviles all I believe in. The fact is, there is a lot of the latter.

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    I’d rather interact with a community of another ethnicity, which has compatible beliefs, than one whose individual physical characteristics most resemble mine, but reviles all I believe in.
     
    I agree with that, but would question the "other community" statement. The idea is to form one well integrated community that sees itself as American first rather than different communities living side by side.

    This was the US before multiculturalism and identity politics E PLURIBUS UNUM (In many we are one).

    Racial integration can work, but it needs to be done carefully and slowly with smaller numbers and taking care that immigrants connect to and accept the foundational ideas of the US as given in the Constitution. In this way a racial African, Asian or Latin Americans take on the American identity - which is at its base European. If they are only economic migrants and want to build a racial ghetto they are only going to weaken US society.

    So ethnic Africans become Americans from an African background with the same rights (and obligations) as all other Americans, rather than an "African Americans minority" with its own identity politics and private "rights".
  53. Der Trumpster is long on common sense….and street smarts. People forget he has been been screwing the jooies in real estate for some thirty years….on a very uneven playing field…..no mean feat. Any other R could have broken with the cuckservatives, who mostly agree with the Ds and support unlimited turd world immigration, crappy trade deals selling out blue collar americans, stupid foreign adventures wasting trillions. Only Der Trumpster had balls big enough to roll over the cuck Rs, then the vile KMMs (kosher media monopolies), and now the disgusting commie Ds. Der Trumpster is the reincarnation of Andy Jackson……and paypack for replacing the great man on the twenty with aunt jemima.

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  54. @Lot
    Jared, I am a fan but disappointed that you are flirting (not this article, but generally over the past year or so) with the anti-sems more and more, and VDare as well.

    You'll never satisfy them with this light flirting, not one bit, as comment #1 shows, but you'll also turn off a lot of other people who are sick of it.

    Personally I don't mind reading and engaging with them sometimes, but you are important and articulate enough you can set a standard for discourse and be a public face, and fighting the anti-white left requires a broader coalition than we have now. And Jews, in numbers, influence, and allies, greatly outnumber the anti-sems (who quite often can't help themselves and attack Asians and Southern Europeans as well).

    I don't defend the excessive sensitivity to antisemitism that a lot, probably even most, Jews display. It is annoying and makes us look bad. But it is a reality that someone like you who aspires to mainstream his non-mainstream views cannot change.

    There are a lot of people who can run a small non-profit, organize a conference here and there, and host websites like you do, but not so many who can do what Ann Coulter and Breitbart are doing now in trying to mainstream inegalitarianism and change the course of US history.

    You are one of those people potentially, please don't tarnish yourself further and get MSM blacklisted associating and playing nice with the K MacDonald crew.

    You needn’t worry. Mr. Taylor tolerates no real talk about the Jewish question at AmRen.

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  55. @Authenticjazzman
    Here's the solution :

    Interview : Mr Trump you are a racist.

    Mr trump answers : No you are a racist.

    Back and forth no matter how long.

    This is the only way to handle this distorted issue : DT and his folks must turn it around on them, as they are the real racists, but nobody dares to say it out loud.

    Detroit is a result of their racism.

    Authenticjazzman, "Mensa" society member of forty-plus years.

    F Mensa…It’s way more important if you have Ted Greene’s Chord Chemistry and study it in a lotus position….

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  56. @Jonh Jemeriah Schomt
    Why did I bet you'd have a one-comment comment history?

    Trolls come in different levels of intelligence (and the average is far from lofty).

    well, when it comes to our govt, media, lobbying, or foreign policy, there is only one answer :)

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  57. @Fran Macadam
    It's not skin color or ethnicity that counts, it's character and beliefs. I've no confidence in judging what policies or who to support by virtue of "race." I'd rather interact with a community of another ethnicity, which has compatible beliefs, than one whose individual physical characteristics most resemble mine, but reviles all I believe in. The fact is, there is a lot of the latter.

    I’d rather interact with a community of another ethnicity, which has compatible beliefs, than one whose individual physical characteristics most resemble mine, but reviles all I believe in.

    I agree with that, but would question the “other community” statement. The idea is to form one well integrated community that sees itself as American first rather than different communities living side by side.

    This was the US before multiculturalism and identity politics E PLURIBUS UNUM (In many we are one).

    Racial integration can work, but it needs to be done carefully and slowly with smaller numbers and taking care that immigrants connect to and accept the foundational ideas of the US as given in the Constitution. In this way a racial African, Asian or Latin Americans take on the American identity – which is at its base European. If they are only economic migrants and want to build a racial ghetto they are only going to weaken US society.

    So ethnic Africans become Americans from an African background with the same rights (and obligations) as all other Americans, rather than an “African Americans minority” with its own identity politics and private “rights”.

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    It doesn't surprise me that a 9/11 Truther Tard such as you would be an enthusiast for importing nonwhite Legal Immigrant scab labor. And people wonder why I hate 9/11 Truthers with every fiber of my being!!!


    Integration just means that post-1965 nonwhites can much more easily vote Whitey into a racial minority in post-white toilet "America". What I am describing is the treasonous cuckservative "Americanism". A much better idea:d0n't import nonwhites legally into the US in the first place.
  58. Anon says:     Show CommentNext New Comment
    @Demeter Last

    And even if he has not “mainstreamed racism,” he has shown that if you have a backbone you can withstand what is surely the most intense and concentrated program of hate ever directed at an American.
     
    That is the takeaway from the Trump candidacy. They fired every gun they could muster at him, and he's still standing. Standing, and even winning, if some polls are to be believed.

    (I suspect that this kind of determination resonates well with Mr. Taylor. Taylor is one of the most inoffensive men to have ever put pen to paper, but his ideas and honor have been attacked for years. Yet still he stands.)

    It's kind of disappointing that it took an outsized personality like Trump to bring straightforwardness into the mainstream. Ron Paul was straightforward, and did amazingly well, but he wasn't glitzy enough to avoid being marginalized. Bernie Sanders was straightforward, but he wasn't glamorous enough to avoid being steamrollered by a political machine. Nope, it took a guy with cutthroat business savvy and TV experience to let America in on the Big Secret.

    The Big Secret is:
    1) For all the fait accompli chatter on TV, this is still America, and Americans still get to vote.
    2) America really is the land of the free and the home of the brave, and we defined those aspects in the first two Amendments to the Constitution.
    3) When you're free enough to be brave, some people are brave enough to be free.

    TL;DR: happy to see Mr. Taylor's article here.

    “America really is the land of the free and the home of the brave…”

    That might well be, but considering what America has wrought around the world, you should also add…

    “, and the abode of the heartless.”

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    @Randal

    I may be wrong, but I have no reason to think Donald Trump thinks at all as we do. He has never said or done anything to suggest he is anything more than an ordinary American with normal instincts: He doesn’t want criminals sneaking across the border, he thinks sanctuary cities for illegals are crazy, he doesn’t see why we need more Muslims, and he is angry when immigrants go on welfare. Millions of ordinary Americans clearly agree with him, and not because they are racially aware. It is because they are decent, fair-minded people who also have a nagging sense that the country is changing in unwelcome ways.
     
    This seems to me to be a reasonable assessment of the man and his broad politics.

    Maybe–just maybe–he will move in our direction. It’s not impossible to imagine a President Trump asking, in an offhand way, “What’s wrong with white people wanting to remain a majority in the United States?” Or he might casually note that you can’t expect as many blacks as Asians in AP classes because they don’t have the same levels of intelligence. But I can imagine the opposite, too: President Trump so bogged down in Beltway baloney that he never even builds the wall.
     
    This, too, seems to be a reasonable assessment of the prospects were Trump to win.

    Though I have a general interest in the politics of identity and a more immediate interest in the ongoing demonization and criminalisation of traditionalist dissent by the dominant left, my primary interest in the US presidential election is in relation to foreign policy, and the extent to which the next president is likely to continue the bipartisan interventionist idiocies of the past 20 years. Clinton clearly will, having played a big part in driving said idiocies in her career to date. Trump, though, is an unknown quantity. Much as Taylor sees the possibilities in relation to his own area of particular interest, so it goes for my own area. It's possible to imagine a President Trump presiding over a draw back from the aggressive confrontation of Russia and China, and if not actually shutting down then at least deprioritising the various US "democracy promotion" and other programs designed to try to spread US ideology around the world. But it's also possible to imagine him going the other way, either leaving foreign policy to the US "experts" while he concentrates on the pressing domestic issues he would undoubtedly have in dealing with implacable sabotage of his time in office by the media, judicial and legislative branches of the US regime, or worse, letting himself be convinced by the same interventionist lobbyists as filled George W Bush's empty head after he took office.

    Sill, for both of us an unknown with at least the possibility of sensible policy is clearly better than the certainty of disaster the world would get with Clinton.

    “he doesn’t see why we need more Muslims”

    Ah, the only hope the likes of you and the author, i.e. the cursed pagan human worshippers, have of finding true monotheism… and you reject it.

    Oh well, to h3ll with the lot of ya, and what an appropriate place it is :)

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  60. @Lot
    Welcome aboard Montefrio! Please keep commenting. Since you are 70, I think this site's mostly under-40 readers will appreciate your perspective. Keep in mind though half of us have ADHD, so keep it brief too!

    I find the nazi stuff over the top, the racial slur stuff undignified, but much of the message spot on
     
    Yeah, the stupidity of it all offends me more than the content sometimes. Fortunately things are improving and sites like Breitbart are promoting the message while dropping this stupidity.

    On Unz.com, let me suggest reading Sailer, Mercer, Reed, and Derbyshire. Ron Unz also co-founded the more highbrow AmConMag.com.

    AmConMag is nice too because you can email article links to potential converts without having embarrassing anti-Semite crap all over the rest of the site that make you look like a nut.

    Thank you! I’ve been around Unz for a while and read all your suggested writers. Long ago, I used to write for Lew Rockwell and have now been doing a paid print column for more than a decade.

    The younger folks will have to work on their attention spans!

    Yes, it’s my hope that my age will offer a worthwhile perspective along with having lived on four continents, wide travel and living in South America now as a bilingual (Spanish) guy. It’s encouraging to see younger men awakening to a worldwide–not just USA–situation that threatens people of European descent. One wonders what they’ll do about it. I suggest they start by losing the nazi nonsense and study the American populist tradition more closely.

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  61. @Miro23

    I’d rather interact with a community of another ethnicity, which has compatible beliefs, than one whose individual physical characteristics most resemble mine, but reviles all I believe in.
     
    I agree with that, but would question the "other community" statement. The idea is to form one well integrated community that sees itself as American first rather than different communities living side by side.

    This was the US before multiculturalism and identity politics E PLURIBUS UNUM (In many we are one).

    Racial integration can work, but it needs to be done carefully and slowly with smaller numbers and taking care that immigrants connect to and accept the foundational ideas of the US as given in the Constitution. In this way a racial African, Asian or Latin Americans take on the American identity - which is at its base European. If they are only economic migrants and want to build a racial ghetto they are only going to weaken US society.

    So ethnic Africans become Americans from an African background with the same rights (and obligations) as all other Americans, rather than an "African Americans minority" with its own identity politics and private "rights".

    It doesn’t surprise me that a 9/11 Truther Tard such as you would be an enthusiast for importing nonwhite Legal Immigrant scab labor. And people wonder why I hate 9/11 Truthers with every fiber of my being!!!

    Integration just means that post-1965 nonwhites can much more easily vote Whitey into a racial minority in post-white toilet “America”. What I am describing is the treasonous cuckservative “Americanism”. A much better idea:d0n’t import nonwhites legally into the US in the first place.

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  62. @dcite
    Even Congress admitted after investigation in 1978, that there was a conspiracy, (the most MSM it got.) Nothing stops these people. The MSM realized it had to suffocate questioners even more, and so today they are owned by, they say, 6 people. Hence we get "anon."

    Their tactics are getting funnier and more subtle, or more blatant, depending on your pov. An 'anon' wolf comes here in still bloody sheep's clothing, pretending to defend "conspiracy theorists" because "intelligence" operatives are finding out in secret basements all over the D.C. area, that a lot of people are finally on to the trick term "conspiracy theorist", invented after JFK's murder by the very ones who helped perpetrate the act, to discourage people from asking questions. And Kennedy was only one murder that the perps have on their hands. There are many.

    It doesn't work any more "anon." Too many are on to you. I always have been, and maybe I'm just sick of listening to your bilge in places like the WaPo and the NYT, and, oh, just everywhere that is owned by those 6 people. Virtually no serious defence of Oswald has been on tv, nor has the best and most convincing research been featured in MSM. The suppression of witness testimony that did not accord with the pre-set conclusions of the WC convinced yours truly long ago.

    Bugliosi -- even the name is as suspect as Hershey defending the health benefits of M&Ms.

    Lee Oswald did not kill anyone. There is massive evidence that he did not -- the simplest being simply that he was seen inside his place of work at the time of the murder, but there's so much more. For a voice analyst, his statement that he "didn't shoot anyone" was all all that was needed to convince. He wanted a lawyer and was going to tell quite a bit. Of course he didn't make it that far.

    There is a plethora of research, so much that we do basically know what happened. Jim Marrs, James Douglass, Ole Dammegard, etc. But you will never see it on NBC, or read it in the WaPo or NYT. Which is one reason why these entities are not long for this world.

    Look to Bugliosi indeed.

    What next will they try to dump on us? Hillary Clinton's take on Benghazi in 28 volumes produced by the officially appointed Truth Commission?

    do the von

    [MORE]

    come on everybody lets do the bugliosi,
    pull up a chair and get real cosy
    wriggle your butt from left to altright
    do the von spiracy up all night

    yeah yeah do the von
    yeah yeah do the von
    von spiracy up all night
    von spiracy up all tight

    hit those keys on the board
    pull your mouse by the cord
    keyboard warrior burning tight
    doing the von spiracy up all night

    yeah yeah do the von
    yeah yeah do the von
    von spiracy up all night.
    von spiracy up all tight

    mcohen

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  63. @Montefrío
    I'm one of those people who never paid any attention to the "alt-right" or any of the websites associated with it until the obviously-biased msm made such a fuss.

    "It is because they are decent, fair-minded people who also have a nagging sense that the country is changing in unwelcome ways." I like to believe I belong to this group and will remain in it, although with a somewhat harsher perspective than was previously the case. These sites have led me to read books I'd never considered reading and at 70, I've read a great deal.

    All things considered, I find the nazi stuff over the top, the racial slur stuff undignified, but much of the message spot on: the country (and not just the USA) has changed in "unwelcome ways", continues to do so based on observations from afar, and will continue to change for the worse for as long as falsely conscious folks of European origin play into the hands of their openly hostile enemies. I suggest visiting these sites to widen one's perspective if nothing else. One can discover literature effectively censored by the thought police for many years now, literature of far greater worth than much of what is promoted as "great" by others.

    How the Jews betrayed mankind vol 1 and 2. Will give you a perspective about what is going on. Also pawns in the game, both PDF downloadable for your enjoyment. So yes, read and get informed so as to be able to stand for your family and country.

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    @Wally
    Exactly.

    Why would Mexicans in the US want more Mexicans coming to the US to drive down their wages?

    But Haim Saban's anti Trump Univision tells them to support more Mexican immigration into the US


    "I'm a one issue guy, Israel"
    - Haim Saban
     
    Saban supports Israeli law which bans all non-Jew immigration into "that shitty little country".

    If you truly believe it’s a shitty country , why would anyone want to immigrate there ?

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  65. @Demeter Last

    And even if he has not “mainstreamed racism,” he has shown that if you have a backbone you can withstand what is surely the most intense and concentrated program of hate ever directed at an American.
     
    That is the takeaway from the Trump candidacy. They fired every gun they could muster at him, and he's still standing. Standing, and even winning, if some polls are to be believed.

    (I suspect that this kind of determination resonates well with Mr. Taylor. Taylor is one of the most inoffensive men to have ever put pen to paper, but his ideas and honor have been attacked for years. Yet still he stands.)

    It's kind of disappointing that it took an outsized personality like Trump to bring straightforwardness into the mainstream. Ron Paul was straightforward, and did amazingly well, but he wasn't glitzy enough to avoid being marginalized. Bernie Sanders was straightforward, but he wasn't glamorous enough to avoid being steamrollered by a political machine. Nope, it took a guy with cutthroat business savvy and TV experience to let America in on the Big Secret.

    The Big Secret is:
    1) For all the fait accompli chatter on TV, this is still America, and Americans still get to vote.
    2) America really is the land of the free and the home of the brave, and we defined those aspects in the first two Amendments to the Constitution.
    3) When you're free enough to be brave, some people are brave enough to be free.

    TL;DR: happy to see Mr. Taylor's article here.

    It has reached the point where if the press vilifies anyone, whether Donald Trump, Jared Taylor, or Vladimir Putin, I start with the assumption that the target is probably a pretty decent person.

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  66. @NoseytheDuke
    That Lee Harvey Oswald managed to shoot JFK whilst leaning against a Coke machine in the canteen is the real story here. That is some truly serious marksmanship and your comment is deficient for not mentioning that at all, shame on you.

    No, it was a fairly achievable shot. Shooting someone from the off-hand position (that is to say standing completely unsupported) at a range of 100 metres when they are moving slowly, directly away from the shooter, with a slight downward plunge, sitting in a car with head and shoulders exposed, for a half decent rifleman, isn’t especially difficult.

    Oswald had been a good shot with the service rifle – the M1 Garand – in the US Marine corps, qualifying as a Sharpshooter.

    Occam’s razor points to the two 6.5 mm rounds that hit Kennedy coming from the 6th floor of the Old Book Depository building about 100 metres behind the open top car in which the president was riding.

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    Such an easy shot that many acclaimed sharpshooters tried it and failed, look it up. Also factors in that the rifle the LHO was supposed to have used was of very poor quality. Of course none of the above takes into account that witnesses pointing to the grassy knoll nor the Texan surgeons claiming that the entry wound was from the front. The faulty "stuck' microphone of one of the motorcycle cops clearly recorded no less than five shots.

    It's quite common to use evidence selectively to support whatever theory one expounds but when you look at the evidence it total as many authors have done, then the only conclusion is that there was a triangulation of fire, elements within the Secret Service and the CIA were complicit.

    Oswald was, as claimed, just a patsy. The comment of mine that you replied to referenced several witnesses that placed LHO calmly standing next to the Coke machine, drinking a soda at the time of the shooting which he wasn't even aware of until after the fact. At some point he may have realised he had been set up and left the building.

    Suggest you read JFK and the Unspeakable (Douglass) and The Last Investigation for starters.
  67. @Randal

    Here’s the solution :

    Interview : Mr Trump you are a racist.

    Mr trump answers : No you are a racist.
     
    I think the best response to the assertion that one is a racist is to reply: "And?", and to make the case that being racist is not necessarily a bad thing, if all the things that antiracists claim are racist are to be included in the definition.

    Thank you Randal.

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  68. @NickG
    No, it was a fairly achievable shot. Shooting someone from the off-hand position (that is to say standing completely unsupported) at a range of 100 metres when they are moving slowly, directly away from the shooter, with a slight downward plunge, sitting in a car with head and shoulders exposed, for a half decent rifleman, isn't especially difficult.

    Oswald had been a good shot with the service rifle - the M1 Garand - in the US Marine corps, qualifying as a Sharpshooter.

    Occam's razor points to the two 6.5 mm rounds that hit Kennedy coming from the 6th floor of the Old Book Depository building about 100 metres behind the open top car in which the president was riding.

    Such an easy shot that many acclaimed sharpshooters tried it and failed, look it up. Also factors in that the rifle the LHO was supposed to have used was of very poor quality. Of course none of the above takes into account that witnesses pointing to the grassy knoll nor the Texan surgeons claiming that the entry wound was from the front. The faulty “stuck’ microphone of one of the motorcycle cops clearly recorded no less than five shots.

    It’s quite common to use evidence selectively to support whatever theory one expounds but when you look at the evidence it total as many authors have done, then the only conclusion is that there was a triangulation of fire, elements within the Secret Service and the CIA were complicit.

    Oswald was, as claimed, just a patsy. The comment of mine that you replied to referenced several witnesses that placed LHO calmly standing next to the Coke machine, drinking a soda at the time of the shooting which he wasn’t even aware of until after the fact. At some point he may have realised he had been set up and left the building.

    Suggest you read JFK and the Unspeakable (Douglass) and The Last Investigation for starters.

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    the rifle the LHO was supposed to have used was of very poor quality.
     
    That was the Mennlicher Carcarno M91 toting an aftermarket, cheap Japanese 4 power scope. Maybe it could be critiqued as a service or benchrest rifle. But, for hitting a human head or torso at 100 metres, it was just fine, and probably considerably better than objectively better battle rifles - simply because of the low recoil of the 6.5 mm cartridge. And, as it happens 6.5 mm bullets are pretty much the choice now for long range target shooting, due to their low recoil and flat shooting properties. And a 4 powers scope is close to perfect for rapid target acquisition and shot placement at that range. Oswald fired 3 rounds over 6 seconds and connected with 2. This involved 2 bolt cranks to reload twice...so 3 seconds for each, quite do-able.

    when you look at the evidence it total as many authors have done, then the only conclusion is that there was a triangulation of fire, elements within the Secret Service and the CIA were complicit.
     
    'Only conclusion'....Sorry, that is objectively untrue, starting with the Warren Commission report, and there have been plenty of other investigations since, that find the single rifleman, shooting from behind to be the parsimonious explanation.

    Personally I'm not much of one for conspiracy theories over parsimony.
  69. The intolerant left can’t see the irony of their vitriolic hatred of now president elect Trump.

    Small remarks he has made have been propagandized to Orwellian levels.

    Just because he has been a a bit of a putz like every other fallible person, does not equate him with Hitler or Stalin!

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  70. @NoseytheDuke
    Such an easy shot that many acclaimed sharpshooters tried it and failed, look it up. Also factors in that the rifle the LHO was supposed to have used was of very poor quality. Of course none of the above takes into account that witnesses pointing to the grassy knoll nor the Texan surgeons claiming that the entry wound was from the front. The faulty "stuck' microphone of one of the motorcycle cops clearly recorded no less than five shots.

    It's quite common to use evidence selectively to support whatever theory one expounds but when you look at the evidence it total as many authors have done, then the only conclusion is that there was a triangulation of fire, elements within the Secret Service and the CIA were complicit.

    Oswald was, as claimed, just a patsy. The comment of mine that you replied to referenced several witnesses that placed LHO calmly standing next to the Coke machine, drinking a soda at the time of the shooting which he wasn't even aware of until after the fact. At some point he may have realised he had been set up and left the building.

    Suggest you read JFK and the Unspeakable (Douglass) and The Last Investigation for starters.

    the rifle the LHO was supposed to have used was of very poor quality.

    That was the Mennlicher Carcarno M91 toting an aftermarket, cheap Japanese 4 power scope. Maybe it could be critiqued as a service or benchrest rifle. But, for hitting a human head or torso at 100 metres, it was just fine, and probably considerably better than objectively better battle rifles – simply because of the low recoil of the 6.5 mm cartridge. And, as it happens 6.5 mm bullets are pretty much the choice now for long range target shooting, due to their low recoil and flat shooting properties. And a 4 powers scope is close to perfect for rapid target acquisition and shot placement at that range. Oswald fired 3 rounds over 6 seconds and connected with 2. This involved 2 bolt cranks to reload twice…so 3 seconds for each, quite do-able.

    when you look at the evidence it total as many authors have done, then the only conclusion is that there was a triangulation of fire, elements within the Secret Service and the CIA were complicit.

    ‘Only conclusion’….Sorry, that is objectively untrue, starting with the Warren Commission report, and there have been plenty of other investigations since, that find the single rifleman, shooting from behind to be the parsimonious explanation.

    Personally I’m not much of one for conspiracy theories over parsimony.

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