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See, earlier Brimelow At Mencken: The “American Conservative Movement” Has Ended. The American Right Goes On.

It’s the best of times and the worst of times for supporters of President Donald Trump concerned about free speech. President Trump recently blasted the conduct of social networking companies that censor conservative-leaning views based on subjective standards, correctly labeling it “very dangerous” [Trump says it’s ‘very dangerous’ when Twitter, Facebook self-regulate content, by Sara Salinas, CNBC, August 20, 2018]. At the same time, the shameful decision by the Trump Administration to terminate speechwriter Darren Beattie , just for speaking at a conference at which VDARE.com Editor Peter Brimelow also spoke, shows the president still doesn’t understand the nature of his political opposition. Beattie was fired not because of anything he did, or even because of anything he said, but because of sensationalism by a deeply dishonest media. Needless to say, President Trump’s own supporters have stood by him even after President Trump actually said things that are far more controversial. If President Trump does not begin returning such loyalty, he will find himself politically isolated—and powerless to resist the drive for impeachment being agitated for by the Main Stream Media.

Beattie was fired because he spoke at the H.L Mencken Club in 2016. For those reading this waiting for the punchline, you’ve already heard it—that’s it. That was all he did. Andrew Kaczynski of CNN breathlessly reported this as “having attended a conference frequented by white nationalists” [Speechwriter who attended conference with white nationalists in 2016 leaves White House, August 19, 2018] This is an example of what can be termed a wrist-flapping piece, in which a journalist points-and-sputters at people he doesn’t like. It’s an attempt by journalists to dictate what people are and are not allowed to say, read, and do. And such a tactic only has power if people succumb to it.

The Trump White House just did succumb. Needless to say, this won’t end the “controversy”—it will simply mean that the hunt will continue for more people who can be forced out, culminating in the POTUS himself.

Thus, the Washington Post’s Robert Costa cheerleads Beattie’s firing and links it to his own article in which he quotes various Republicans accusing the president himself of racial insensitivity.

In this case, Costa accuses Trump of having made a “racially charged insult” by calling Omarosa Manigault a “dog.” Costa almost certainly knows that he is lying, as this is a term Trump has used against all his enemies for years and is as characteristic of his speech as the word “huge” [Nolte: Nine times ‘racist-sexist’ Trump described white men as ‘dogs,’ by John Nolte, Breitbart, August 15, 2018]. George Wallace, the Southern Strategy, and Ronald Reagan’s references to states’ rights are also ritually invoked in Costa’s article [“I’m not going there”: As Trump hurls racial invective, most Republicans stay silent, by Ashley Parker, Seung Min Kim and Robert Costa, Washington Post, August 18, 2018]. Of course, such an expansive approach shows that any attempt by Republicans to “prove” they are not racist is doomed to fail. After all, the preferred Never Trumper self-description of “classical liberal” was just described by the Huffington Post as simply “fancy racism” [For fancy racists, classical liberalism offers respect, intrigue, by Zach Carter, August 19, 2018].

During the 2016 election, journalists looked on in baffled fury as President Trump easily moved on from one “disqualifying” pronouncement to another—from his first speech about illegal alien criminals to his proposed travel ban. However, President Trump’s victory did not inaugurate a new era of Political Incorrectness, but the imposition of a more virulent orthodoxy. Since journalists failed to take President Trump down, they have increasingly turned on random, hapless people, destroying lives and careers by widely promoting relatively trivial incidents and turning them into national controversies.

This is also why it is literally true to describe journalists as the “enemy of the people.”

An individual citizen has several forms of redress against government officials or law enforcement if he is targeted. For all the hysteria about Russian “meddling,” no foreign enemy poses an appreciable threat to individual citizens. However, if a citizen is targeted by the Main Stream Media, he has no real way to fight back against what the late Joe Sobran appropriately termed “The Hive.” Alternative media and the Internet could potentially provide a way for citizens to push back. But journalists have made a priority of shutting down such outreach and funding for political enemies. For example:

In each of these cases, reporters may argue they are simply opposing “hate speech” or “extremism.” Yet this is absurd at a time when the overtly hateful Sarah Jeong is rewarded with a spot on The New York Times editorial board, stripping former Communist supporter John Brennan of his security clearance is treated like a constitutional crisis, and we have the likes of Al Sharpton, Van Jones, and Spike Lee held as moral exemplars. One only has to look at verified accounts at Twitter to see over the top hate speech in terms far more virulent and extreme than anything on supposed “white nationalist” sites.

What even is a “white nationalist?” As the term “racist” has lost much of its pejorative power through overuse, “white nationalist” seems to be increasingly deployed. If it means anything, it means creating an homogenous white ethnostate, an objective no one in mainstream politics has ever advocated. Nonetheless, Steve Bannon is casually described as possessing “white nationalist tendencies” [Scaramucci: Steve Bannon has white nationalist ‘tendencies’by Allan Smith, Business Insider, September 22, 2017]. Stephen Miller has become a “white nationalist” [Call Stephen Miller a white nationalist, by Clio Chang, Splinter, June 25, 2018]. Somehow however, Keith Ellison, second-in-command of the Democrat Party, never faces questions for his explicit black nationalist past. What’s more, no black Congressmen feel compelled to denounce such views.

The entire moral crusade by journalists is self-discrediting. It is best understood as a crude exercise of power, not as a display of real ethical concern. Journalists clearly regard themselves as a kind of guild, and are moving to ensure only those within their closed network have access to the financial and communications infrastructure needed to connect with the mass public.

Let it be said plainly—if America were not saddled with today’s “journalists,” we would be better informed, have more freedom of speech, and have a greater potential to mobilize against government abuses. Today’s journalists are simply activists in the service of established power. It is the First Amendment right of such journalists to work on behalf of their policy preferences, but there is no reason for Americans to treat them any different than the shrieking lunatics of the Revolutionary Communist Party or the masked radicals of antifa reporters so often work with [Journofa: Daily Beast “Journalist” Kelly Weill Follows Multiple Antifa Accounts On Twitter, by Hunter Wallace, Occidental Dissent, August 16, 2018]

As Steve Bannon accurately said many months ago, this is the real “opposition party” to President Trump. The Democratic party currently enjoys an almost seven point lead in the generic party ballot [2018 Generic Congressional Vote, RealClearPolitics, August 20, 2018]. Yet the Democrats have no real policy agenda, are deeply internally divided, and are barely keeping the kid on what is likely to be a full-scale intra party civil war along both racial and ideological faultlines [Midterms exposing divide in Democratic Party, FoxNews, August 9, 2018]. President Trump isn’t facing the Democrats so much as he is facing the MSM and its ability to create new Narratives that he needs to respond to every day. His war with the reporters that are quite openly trying to take down his Administration is his most important battle.

In that battle, President Trump keeps being undermined most by the people supposedly on his side. His former African-American aide Omarosa Manigault is telling Al Sharpton that the president wants a “race war” [Omarosa: I believe Trump wants to start a race war, by Brett Samuels, The Hill, August 19, 2018]. His lawyers seem to be working for the enemy. He keeps being betrayed by aides who are more eager to make friends with the press than to do their jobs [The Firings And Fury: The biggest Trump resignations and firings so far, by Sam Morris and Francisco Navas, The Guardian, July 5, 2018]. It’s easy to imagine that he is frustrated and that, as his son Eric fumed, he must “truly hate disloyal people.”

Yet loyalty is a two-way process. President Trump hired many people who opposed him during the primaries and turned his back on many of those who supported him all the way. Now, his administration is firing a loyal soldier at the behest of open enemies.

If Trump wants to complete his term, he needs to give people a reason to stick by him. And if he truly wants to defeat the enemies of the people, even the President of the United States needs to realize he can’t win this battle by himself.

 
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  1. President Trump isn’t facing the Democrats so much as he is facing the MSM and its ability to create new Narratives that he needs to respond to every day.

    I agree with the first part – the Lyin Press is one battalion of the enemy of the American people. However, President Trump needs to quit responding; he’s just egging them on. Just keep the people that are loyal, delegate the work that will fulfill the campaign promises, and ignore the LP.

    A year and a half ago, when Trump’s term started, I read some promising remarks about his inviting some of the new press to the press conferences. Imagine if Alex Jones, Glenn Reynolds, and Peter Brimelow had seat reserved for them. People DON’T HAVE TO LISTEN to the LP – we don’t just have the 3 channels with Walter Cronkite, Harry Reasoner, and Tom Brokaw (and occasionally Ron Burgundy) anymore. People DON’T HAVE TO READ the LP outlets, such as the NY Times, Washington Post either.

    Ignore these people, and they lose all of their power.

    • Agree: BenKenobi
    • Replies: @Growling
    , @Corvinus
    , @Russ
  2. BLM met with Barack Obama and Valerie Jarrett 100 Times in the Oval Office….Al Sharpton 100 Times…..

    The Democratic Party is waging open violent race war against The Historic Native Born White American Majority…

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  3. Growling says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    “HURR DURR IGNORE THEM AMD THEY CAN’T DO NUFFIN!!!”
    Yeah because that worked so fucking well against the Neo-Marxist agitators who colonized our universities and news outlets in the late 1900s, right?

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  4. @Growling

    The neo-Bolsheviks, ctrl-left, whatever you want to call them, only have sway against people who are weak. Why don’t you cut off your cable TV, Growling, and don’t give any business to them on-line. If you are in a University, you don’t take their shit, that’s what you do. Again, it’s a matter of not being weak and standing up for oneself once in a while. Can you do that?

    The lies in the Lyin Press and the millions of tweets are nothing but words. It’s in places like Charlottesville, Virginia last year, and just yesterday, Univ. of N. Carolina in Chapel Hill, where the physical battles have and will start. I’ve been getting this feeling that the Millenials aren’t very good at seeing what’s real and what’s just pixels on a screen.

  5. ‘…In that battle, President Trump keeps being undermined most by the people supposedly on his side…’

    Yeah — but this merely demonstrates that he’s a lousy leader. He obviously can’t pick good people, he’s not able to command their loyalty, and he flagrantly and gratuitously abuses them in public. Can anyone name another American president who has carried on in this fashion?

    It’s the story of Trump. Throughout, he’s been better than the alternative, and that remains the case, but somehow, we’ve got to find someone better.

    • Agree: Ace
    • Replies: @Syagrius
  6. polistra says:

    Trump never “caved” because he was never on the nationalist side at all. Total fake from the start.

    The most important fact about Trump was quietly revealed a few months ago. He was Roy Cohn’s protege in the ’80s. If you know anything about Roy Cohn, this tells you that Trump is an Agent Provocateur working solidly and permanently for Deepstate.

    • Agree: bluedog
    • Replies: @nsa
    , @EliteCommInc.
    , @anon
  7. 36 ulster says:

    George H.W. Bush’s mildly retarded son chose to ignore his enemies on the advice of his guru, Karl Rove. Didn’t work out well for him, did it? Perhaps Trump should counter-attack more selectively, but one reason he still has so many devotees is that he punches back at the Fifth Column (formerly Fourth Estate). Team Trump knows that the U.S.’s most dangerous enemies are within–from both parties, whereas Bush chose to validate himself by fingering a foreign despot so he could anoint himself Lawrence of Mesopotamia.

  8. Anonymous[193] • Disclaimer says:
    @War for Blair Mountain

    Unfortunately, the Jewish Rabbi Jesus also waged an open war against Gentile White Patriarchy he despised. (Matthew 20:25, Mark 10:42, Luke 22:25) Christian belief is what got us in this fix. With Jews, you lose.

    • Troll: Intelligent Dasein
  9. eah says:

    Unfortunately, so far there are few signs Trump is intelligent and sensible enough to take good advice.

    • Replies: @eah
  10. eah says:
    @eah

    “LOL”

  11. Anonymous[259] • Disclaimer says:

    Dear Don, you still ain’t called or wrote us
    I hope you notice
    I ain’t mad, I just think it’s fucked up
    you ignore your voters

    You gotta call me, man
    I’ll be the biggest supporter you’ll ever lose,
    if you keep up this barrier
    Sincerely yours, White America

    Dear Donald (with transcript of lyrics)

  12. Excellent article. Kirkpatrick succinctly outlines Trump’s problems which are huge and growing. The deeply-embedded Disloyal Opposition that manages the Empire’s daily doings and which helped unleash a partisan ‘special prosecutor’ on Trump have come up empty as far as Russia’s alleged ‘theft’ of the last presidential election goes. But no matter. Even though ‘Russiagate’ is basically a dry hole, and even though Trump did not collude with Putin as alleged, the Demorat fishing expedition lives on.

    The partisan Special Prosecutor will find something with which to hang Trump, ruin his Presidency, and derail Trump’s mission. This has been the undeclared objective ever since the whole ‘Russian conspiracy’ was first concocted.

    The fabricated ‘Russians-stole-the-election’ fantasy was the excuse to launch a politicized fishing expedition. Soon Russiagate will become ‘old news’, replaced by hyped-up charges involving ‘hush money’ to secret lovers, campaign finance irregularities, and other infractions which are mere trivialities when compared to the massive, wholesale criminality that Zio-Washington delivers continuously to undeclared war zones across the Middle East and Central Asia each and every day.

    Zio-Washington is on a decades-long murder spree. But the MSM barely notices.

    With that in mind, why are routine shenanigans by political operatives in an immensely corrupt, blood-soaked, money-driven election cycle so gawd-awful-bad when compared to the serial, routine, and ongoing mass murder (wars) along with Zio-Washington’s routine ‘meddling’ in the affairs of other sovereign states?

    Consider the trillions squandered and the million or more killed. This is not serious?

    Where is the balance? Where’s the objectivity?

    Why won’t the MSM do its real job?

    Or is the MSM part of the conspiracy?

    At this point, there may be no way for Trump to escape the clutches of a Nuremberg-esque Star Chamber that is fast approaching. Watch the MSM not only cheer it all on, but sanitize the entire spectacle–equating a legalistic assault on a sitting President with ‘impartiality’.

    Kirkpatrick shrewdly observes that “today’s journalists are simply activists in the service of established power.” So true.

    But who are the chief titans of ‘established power’ in NY, DC, LA, Chicago, Silicon Valley, Wall St. and Hollywood?

    Where are their ‘unshakable’ commitments?

    Main St. America?

    Many are hard-core Zionists (‘Jewish nationalists’) or sycophantic and unsophisticated goyim who work for these unified plutocrats.

    Unfortunately, Kirkpatrick usually avoids exploring this topic. This keeps his analyses incomplete.

    But the glaring double-standards which undermine the genuine and legitimate interests of white Americans (as they shrink towards minority status) are used openly and unapologetically to advance the ethno-tribal interests of Jewish-Americans; as well as the interests of their distant, genetically-geared headquarters in the Holy Land.

    Has the MSM not noticed these strange facts and glaring inconsistencies?

    Or is the MSM part of this grand deception?

    We live in a rapidly-changing era where Black unity, pan-Asian identity and solidarity (inside America), Hispanic cohesion and activism, and exalted Jewish preeminence are all accepted as ‘normal’, pluralistic, and even virtuous.

    When whites try to advance–or even articulate reasons–that would address their collective interests (are whites permitted to even have ‘interests’?) then the MSM shock troops become unleashed and unhinged. The pundits howl and headlines blare:

    ‘Trump Finds Support Among Neo-Nazis and White Supremacists’.

    Violators of anti-white taboos (reviled in the MSM as ‘white supremacists’) are publicly shamed, routinely fired, and often banished.

    Entrenched double standards. Speech crimes. Guilt by association. Denial of Free Assembly. Persecution of the majority.

    Do these hostile conditions not resemble tyranny?

  13. @mark green

    The Democratic Party has declared a genocidal race war against The Native Born White American Working Class Historic Majority….They want us dead….

    However, The Native Born White Working Class has been slow to respond. The College Football Stadiums will be full to the brim this fall with White People cheering on the negro….The pain level just isn’t great enough to cause a full-blown Native Born White American Working Class race revolt….

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  14. Ace says:

    White nationalists don’t necessarily want an ethnostate, though listening to Maxine, Al, Keith, Omarosa, Van, Barry, Sarah (Jeong), or Elijah for a minute or two every month is enough to make one go full Israel.

    The days when the US was 90% white were good, however, and even with that overwhelming majority whites were willing to experiment with civil rights for and widespread fawning over resident blacks and the occasional half million Jamaicans or Nigerians or Somalis or Panamanians or sand surfers victimized by 4,000 years of white, neo-colonial, neo-Nazi, neo-liberal, raciss, sexiss, post-modern, homo-hating, capitalist exploitation.

    That’s turning out badly it appears so white nationalists ask themselves who decided for us that the astronomically high price of stealth mandatory majority minority status, urban destruction, a parasitic, resentful underclass, arrogant, entitled illegals, diversity-celebrating congressional buffoons, clowns, and traitors, and general degradation had to be paid?

  15. Brabantian says: • Website

    From the web … the other side of the rabbit hole, key items in the utterly corruption-tainted profile of the Robert Mueller – Hillary Clinton etc team jabbing at Trump

    From 2001 to 2005 the US gov had an ongoing investigation into the Clinton Foundation. Governments from around the world had donated to the ‘Charity’, yet many of those donations were illegally undeclared.

    The investigation mysteriously ended after US Justice Dept staffer James Comey took it over in 2005. He was assisted by Assistant Attorney General of the United States, Rod Rosenstein, and FBI Director Robert Mueller.

    James Comey’s brother works for DLA Piper that handles the Clinton Foundation.

    When Hillary Clinton was Obama’s US Secretary of State, she supported a decision to sell 20% of US Uranium to Russia. Bill Clinton went to Moscow, was paid US $500,000 for a one-hour speech, and met with Vladimir Putin at his home. Entities connected to the Uranium One deal then donated US $145 million to the Clinton Foundation

    FBI Director Robert Mueller oversaw the Russian ‘deal’ … Rod Rosenstein was placed under gag order not to speak of it.

    Also while Hillary was Secretary of State, her friend James Comey moved from the US Justice Dept to Lockheed Martin, earning millions himself, with 17 no-bid contracts for Lockheed Martin with Hillary’s State Dept.

    When the Benghazi investigations uncovered the Hillary e-mail offences and placement of Top Secret information on her private servers, the investigation was in the hands of … James Comey, who had returned to gov service as FBI Director, where he ‘could not find’ any crimes regarding Hillary.

    Lisa Barsoomian is a lawyer who, over time, worked in many cases representing James Comey, Robert Mueller, Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, the FBI and the CIA.

    Lisa Barsoomian is the wife of US Assistant Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who appointed Robert Mueller to his current job.

  16. If the US is partitioned into two separate nati0ns…one nonwhite…the other White…won’t these new borders have to be enforced with force and violence….?

    How are Native Born White Americans going to react to Chinese and Hindus laying claim to large tracks of former Historic Native Born White American Living and Breeding Space?

    It won’t be too long before the Democratic Party Voting Bloc declares that Native Born White American Males having children is a hate crime against People of Color……..When this happens…and it will……

  17. @War for Blair Mountain

    And that’s more or less what Laura Ingraham said on Fox News….and the Democratic Party Voting Bloc responded immediately back at Laura Ingraham with:#ELIMINATEWHITEPEOPLE…which more or less says:#White Males having children is a hate crime against People of Color!!!

    The Democratic Party wants to MURDER!!! Working Class Native Born White American Males in COLD BLOOD….IN COLD BLOOD….IN COLD BLOOD….IN COLD BLOOD…

  18. ” And if he truly wants to defeat the enemies of the people, even the President of the United States needs to realize he can’t win this battle by himself. ”
    I have a different idea: those that voted for Trump need to realise that the president cannot win the battle for them by himself alone.
    How it is possible that the charade, that is presented as independent justice, continues in the USA without opposition, I cannot understand.

    • Replies: @Intelligent Dasein
  19. Anonymous[189] • Disclaimer says:
    @War for Blair Mountain

    Why did you leave out the “Christian” part this time, when it came to cheering for blacks? Recruiting blacks (Acts 8:26-40 – Philip and the Ethiopian) and elevating blacks to Church leadership positions (Acts 13:1) show that cheering blacks is a Biblical part of Christianity. I’ve never been in a Church that didn’t have blacks pictured on the “Missions Board” that they’ve been cheering on to get “saved” by the Superjew.

    Aren’t the Christian NLF players your Brothers in Jewchrist? And the rest potential brothers that the Superjew can magically save and make their heart white as snow?

    11 NFL Stars You Didn’t Know Were Christian | The Christian Post

    https://www.christianpost.com/news/11-nfl-stars-you-didnt-know-where-christian-142659/

    Many White Christian Nationalists mock the concept of “magic soil,” yet still maintain the that Magic Superjew can magically transform people with powerful word magic.

    P.S. A question that no Christian White Nationalist has yet dared answer straight: Is a black Christian your Brother in Christ, or not?

  20. @War for Blair Mountain

    How would Hindus or Indians do that militarily? March into Montana or Alabama with rifles? Like Italians, Jews etc. these new arrivals are technocrats and merchants who congregate in cities.

    …And what do you define as Hispanic? Italian-Americans could all claim to be Hispanic and nobody would know the difference.

    Racial differences get a little ridiculous.

    Finally, whites control the primary resources like oil, ranching, mining. If they stopped doing these things society would break down.

  21. nsa says:
    @polistra

    You are on to something here. The old whore has bedded down with and is very loyal to the one group that has been instrumental to his success and a constant throughout his business life. Makes it in Joo York real estate, going so far as to intermarry his offspring with said group to cement his business relationships. Makes it in Joo TV, an industry dominated by said group. Makes it in politics, an industry dominated by Joo media and Joo money. Trumpstein is best thought of as an honorary Jooie….and has proven to be very loyal to said group. He knows that to cross the Jooies is to court real disaster……..

  22. bluedog says:

    I wonder if people ever notice how a few posters always try to blame /create race problems rather than the fact that its the 1% that’s the problem,I think the proper term for them would be trolls,trolls for the 1%…

  23. Anonymous[128] • Disclaimer says:

    What no one is talking about is Congress calling in these tech monopolies and telling them that they must take steps to enforce the “Foreign Propaganda and Disinformation Act”, an act that was endowed with hundreds of millions of dollars spread throughout numerous departments of the bureaucracy.

    Someone tell me: “How do you stop “foreign propaganda and disinformation” if you were a tech oligarch?

    You devise natural language algorithms that would exclude certain information. What information can be construed as both foreign and disinformation? Isn’t it that kind of information that is not within the parameters set up by the corporate media? Would it not be information that is critical of the government and authorities in place? Would not such information be construed as both “foreign” and “disinformation” – information that undermines the actions of our authorities in ways that are not undertaken by the corporate media?

    The Foreign Propaganda and Disinformation Act is nothing more than censorship of all information that is not within the parameters set up by the media and authorities in place – all such information can be construed as both “foreign” as well as “disinformation”.

    It is “free speech” that they are getting rid of, not “foreign propaganda” and “disinformation”

  24. “Yet loyalty is a two-way process. President Trump hired many people who opposed him during the primaries and turned his back on many of those who supported him all the way. Now, his administration is firing a loyal soldier at the behest of open enemies.”

    It’s one of the toughest postures to harness, knowing one’s enemies.”

    But the president seems heck bent on squishing his supporters. And that is unfortunate. i suspect that sometimes he misinterprets admonitions as attacks as opposed to warnings .

  25. @polistra

    Interesting theory.

    Problem is that he has made too many decisions that counter “Deep State” thinking. Though I realize to conspiracy advocates — nearly everything constitutes a plot by the deep state.

    It’s like the line from the “Abyss”

    “You think everythings a conspiracy.”

    Reply,

    “That’s because everything is a conspiracy.”

  26. @Jeff Stryker

    Gut level Racial Tribalism will settle the racial classification issue…

  27. Preet Bharara

    Hindu interference in US Elections….

  28. Kamala Harris

    Hindu interference in US elections…

  29. By definition….the Democratic Party is Foreign interference in US elections….

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  30. @mark green

    Why won’t the MSM do its real job?

    What if part of the MSM’s ‘real job’ is to mislead us as to what it’s real job really is? It has likely always been so…

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  31. Anonymous[409] • Disclaimer says:
    @mark green

    Repression of the majority, especially the Gentile White Patriarchy, is all part of the Superjew’s salvation plan.

    But Jesus called them to him and said, You know that the rulers of the Gentiles lord it over them, and their great ones exercise authority over them. It shall not be so among you. But whoever would be great among you must be your servant, and whoever would be first among you must be your slave. (((Matthew 20:25-27)))

    And if that destroys families, that’s part of the Gospel salvation plan too.

    Do you think I came to bring peace on earth? No, I tell you, but division. From now on there will be five in one family divided against each other, three against two and two against three. They will be divided, father against son and son against father, mother against daughter and daughter against mother, mother-in-law against daughter-in-law and daughter-in-law against mother-in-law.” (((Luke 12:51-53)))

    Jews railing against Gentile white patriarchy and traditional families. Nothing has changed in 2000+ years.

    Today is Woden’s Day.

    Woden, or God, Gott, Gotin, Wotan, Odin, all are synonyms. I prefer to just say God, since the Jew deity Jehovah explicitly hates G[o/a/aw]d, as stated in Isaiah 65:11. Since God’s ancient European name is on your lips all day today, God’s Day, perhaps it is time to contemplate if White’s pre-christian God ever advocated such upside-down garbage that the Jewish Rabbi Jesus taught.

  32. Barack Obama=Foreign interference in US elections…

  33. The ADL=(((OUR FRIEND ISRAEL!!!!)))=Foreign interference in US elections….

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  34. Anonymous[316] • Disclaimer says:
    @mark green

    Many are hard-core Zionists (‘Jewish nationalists’), like this fellow?

    “I was sent only to the lost sheep of Israel.” (Matthew 15:24)

    Unfortunately, worshipers of the Superjew usually avoid exploring this topic. This keeps their analyses incomplete.

    Speaking of sycophantic and unsophisticated goyim:

    “For if the Goyim have shared in the Jews’ spiritual blessings, they owe it to the Jews to share with them their material blessings.” (Romans 15:27)

  35. Anonymous[316] • Disclaimer says:
    @GourmetDan

    What if part of the MSM (i.e., the Bible for 1920 years before media “streamed” over radiowaves) ‘real job’ is to mislead us?

    “And for this cause the Jewish deity shall send them strong delusion, that they should believe a lie.” 2 Thessalonians 2:11

    It’s like Jews are habitually lying, and they’re quite openly bragging about it too, since the days of Jacob the Deceiver, the great-great-grandpappy of Rabbi Jesus. So why would anybody worship a Jewish deity who openly brags about lying? What if the Jew deity is actually lying to you?

    Oh, now misleading is good, right? :)

  36. Anonymous[316] • Disclaimer says:
    @War for Blair Mountain

    If Americans worship the “King of Israel” (John 1:49), then how is Israel not our friend?

  37. Wally says:

    We all know that the ultimate shut-up-and-be-silent weapon is the fake & impossible ’6M Jews, 5M others, & gas chambers’.

    The Usual Enemies of Free Speech try to silence views they oppose by trotting out the ridiculous ‘holocaust’ story.

    The Big Lie cannot withstand scientific, rational scrutiny; hence the need to censor & ban

    Only lies demand censorship.

    The ’6M Jews, 5M others, & gas chambers’ are scientifically impossible frauds.
    See the ‘holocaust’ scam debunked here: http://codoh.com
    No name calling, level playing field debate here: http://forum.codoh.com

  38. Simran Jeet Singh….a name as American as apple pie!!!…=SIHK FOREIGN INTERFERENCE IN US ELECTIONS!!!

    S0….who the fuck is Simran Jeet Singh…?

    Hint:”I hate White People”….by Molly Tibetts….

  39. Anonymous[205] • Disclaimer says:
    @War for Blair Mountain

    True. And, by definition, Christianity is Foreign interference in US elections.

    “But our citizenship is in Jewheaven.” -Philippians 3:20

    Jewheaven being “Jerusalem,” a foreign capital city in middle-eastern Asia; see Revelation 21:2.

    “So now you Gullible Goyim are no longer strangers and foreigners. You are citizens along with all of Jewgod’s holy Jew people.” -Ephesians 2:19

    And every Christian worships the “King of Israel;” see John 1:49

    Talk about the conflicted loyalties of dual citizenship!

  40. snag says:

    Agree! Tired of watching him getting rid of honest and loyal supporters like Bannon, Gorka, McMaster and now speechwriter Beattie because of the zio-nazis don’t like it.

    Where’re your balls Mr. President?

  41. Darren Beattie is on the right track.

    Baby boomer Trumpy should get off his fat Scottish/Kraut ass and start defending the bastards who are defending him, DAMMIT!

    Tweet from 2015:

  42. Anonymous[117] • Disclaimer says:

    Question: why do so many American Christians hope to live in Jerusalem (Revelation 21:2), a foreign nation’s capital city in Middle-eastern Asia, in a foreign land they consider as “Holy”?

    Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have. 1 Peter 3:15

    How long is it going to take you guys to get prepared to answer me, anyway? All day?

    Maybe y’all ought to pray together for an answer clever enough. The Jewish Rabbi you worship promised to lend a helping hand. Or pray I disappear, so you don’t have to suffer such cognitive dissonance as I’m causing.

    “Again I say unto you, That if two of you shall agree on earth as touching any thing that they shall ask, it shall be done for them of my Father which is in heaven.” Matthew 18:19

    Maybe pray really loud. He might have taken an afternoon nap.

    At noon Elijah began to taunt them. “Shout louder!” he said. “Surely he is a god! Perhaps he is deep in thought, or busy, or traveling. Maybe he is sleeping and must be awakened.” 1 Kangs 18:27

    Maybe he’s miffed you spoke of Woden’s Day again while making plans for this evening, which today is, honoring Europe’s ancient pre-Christian gods, Exodus 20:3 and all.

  43. anon[317] • Disclaimer says:
    @polistra

    could be the reason Trump is binary is because there are two deep state groups, run by different crime lords..

  44. KenH says:

    The one big problem I have with Trump is his willingness to throw his closest supporters under the bus or fire them over some bad publicity and trumped up charges manufactured by (((the media))). Yet he hypocritically expects absolute loyalty from those who serve him.

    The Jewish owned and controlled media are comprised of nothing more than little Ilya Ehrenburgs who foment hatred of white people and anyone to the right of Barack Obongo and Valerie Jarrett. They’re all ultra left wing commissars committed to the neo-bolshevik revolution taking place so they only offer ideologically and semitically correct “news” that bolsters fake left wing narratives about everything.

    On censorship by the tech giants, Trump needs to give the deplorables something tangible like DOJ lawsuits and threats to enforce the Sherman anti-trust act. To date all we got are some tweets deploring this state of affairs. That’s not good enough.

    • Agree: Intelligent Dasein
  45. I am very happy with the way things are progressing.

    I look forward to 10 million disenfranchised rednecks blockading Washington. I look forward to seeing the sudden realisation of the truth; the terror on the faces of the smug, arrogant criminal class who currently exercise power over us.

    It’s going to happen one day.

    The sooner the better

  46. Trump long ago

    had his daughter convert to Judaism and marry

    a Wall Street (((bankster))). That alone should have

    rung the warning bells real loud.

    But you all weren’t listening. Now

    you pay.

    the sooner the orange-haired shabbatz goy gets impeached and convicted

    the better off we on the hardRight will be.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  47. Anonymous[298] • Disclaimer says:
    @Haxo Angmark

    What’s the difference between Ivanka marrying a Jew, and a Christian man, styling himself as a “Bride of Jewchrist,” vowing to someday marry a Jewish Rabbi in a ceremony in the foreign capital of Jerusalem?

    Jewsus, in Matthew 22:30, explicitly stated there’s no straight sex for all eternity in Jewheaven.

    That alone should have rung the warning bells real loud. But you all weren’t listening.

  48. Corvinus says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Bravo for playing the part of the Ignorant American.

  49. As the real data at my name’s link shows (see the Examples section), TWTR censors about as many libs as cons.

    Rejecting real data in favor of anecdata that makes you feel better is a contributing factor to the problems you’re having.

    It also helps TWTR: 80% of their users should be concerned, but because of disinfo only about 6% at most are concerned. (TWTR would be very scared of 80% of their users, but isn’t of just 6% at most of their users).

    Similar to that, there are smart and big tent ways to solve the problems the post complains about and to solve the problems that Trump pretends to care about. Instead of helping with those smart, big tent ways, his base is part of the problem.

  50. @jilles dykstra

    I have a different idea: those that voted for Trump need to realise that the president cannot win the battle for them by himself alone. How it is possible that the charade, that is presented as independent justice, continues in the USA without opposition, I cannot understand.

    This is the kind of detached, critical BS that I really hate. Do you have any idea what some of us have been through in our personal lives for the last several decades? Can you even fathom the effort and the sacrifice it took, not only to get Trump elected, but to fight the Cultural Marxist agenda day in and day out for all this time?

    Nobody expected Trump to do everything himself. We were ready line up and do anything he asked, anything he commanded, to help win this battle against the Globohomo Left. Trump is the douche who threw us all under the bus and immediately when groveling back to the Clintons, the Israelis, and the Deep State. Trump is the bozo who started bombing Syria and sanctioning countries who never threatened us. Trump is the two-faced, lying son of a bitch who betrayed his base and made a mockery out of his campaign spirit.

    If Trump is alone now, it’s his own damn fault. He could have been the most transformative and powerful and canny politician of the next hundred years, but instead he decided to kiss the asses of the cool kids who don’t give a damn about the country or him. He’s a stupid loser.

    Unfortunately, embarrassment that he is, we still have to try to keep getting him elected and to keep him out of impeachment in order to avoid an even worse fate.

    • Replies: @peterAUS
    , @renfro
  51. beelzebub says:

    The sociopathic orange clown-dotard from the white house, the blowhard talking ass as the newyork maffia conmen is representing the main war of disastercapitalism versus the climate.Colluding with the paid off “democratically” elected pollutical tinkers and potters of the anglo nazionist conspiracy because money talks and bullshit walks hooked on the narcotic of exceptionalism+glory.Junkscience postfact truth and obesogenic junk industroyer–mass hysteria is a powerful groupactivity and political language is designed to make lies sound truthful and murder respectable, and give the appearance of solidarity to pure wind.

  52. peterAUS says:
    @Intelligent Dasein

    We were ready line up and do anything he asked, anything he commanded, to help win this battle…

    Had a heated “discussion” with a guy like you here several months ago. I mean, the heat was coming from him; I was only asking some questions.

    Let’s try again.

    Did you guys think that this could happen? That the man, for any reason imaginable, would “throw you under the bus”?
    And, if yes, well, did you ever think about some option B there? Like, “this is what we are gong to do if that happens”? Something………anything?
    A simple question I guess.

    Actually, by

    …we still have to try to keep getting him elected and to keep him out of impeachment in order to avoid an even worse fate.

    I guess you answered it.

    I have a strong feeling that you guys still, really, believe in the system.
    I’d say good luck there but can’t really. Don’t see it happening. Well, at least for lower 60 %.

    For us in the same Imperial grip, but in colonies, I guess………..80 %.

    Ah, well.

    • Replies: @MarkinLA
  53. Russ says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Ignore these people, and they lose all of their power.

    Likely true, and a shame that Trump’s WH didn’t see Beattie as a battle worth fighting. One notes that Robert Costa is a National Review alumnus, so vis-a-vis Brimelow he learned his defenestration skills from the best.

    As for the Dem 7-point lead in the generic ballot: All the GOP candidates I see are GOPe candidates. They offer as much appeal as Jeb Bush in 2016.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  54. renfro says:
    @Intelligent Dasein

    Do you have any idea what some of us have been through in our personal lives for the last several decades? Can you even fathom the effort and the sacrifice it took, not only to get Trump elected, but to fight the Cultural Marxist agenda day in and day out for all this time?

    Tell us exactly what you have sacrificed and efforts made .

    We were ready line up and do anything he asked, anything he commanded, to help win this battle…

    Ready to be commanded eh?

    Unfortunately, embarrassment that he is, we still have to try to keep getting him elected and to keep him out of impeachment in order to avoid an even worse fate.

    That’s your plan for saving the country?
    Why don’t you put your sacrifices and effort into not supporting any one who is a corrupt liar or warmonger. Hate to tell ya but people like you are part of the problem.

    • Replies: @Intelligent Dasein
  55. MarkinLA says:
    @peterAUS

    I have a strong feeling that you guys still, really, believe in the system.

    Not necessarily but what is the alternative, removing yourself from it by not voting or paying attention? I am sure that will make a difference to the swamp.

    • Replies: @peterAUS
  56. MarkinLA says:

    Why don’t you put your sacrifices and effort into not supporting any one who is a corrupt liar or warmonger.

    I supported Ron Paul both times and contributed the maximum 2300 dollars each time. What happened or did I sleep through the whole Paul Presidency?

    People do need to let the white house know that Trump is blowing it. Whether it will do any good is anybody’s guess.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  57. @Russ

    Hey, I read a lot from Mr. Brimelow, and I agree with the worthlessness of National Review. I believe I read it consistently for a few years in the 1990′s.

    Thanks for the reply, Russ, and for the 2 (or more) comprehension-challenged individuals that I’ve heard from, let me set this straight. I didn’t say we should all just read and listen to nothing. I wrote that we can have our own people, American patriots, as OUR PRESS. This is not 1975, people, and we don’t have to respect the 24-hour infotainment channels as THE WORD. Get it?! If you do, and if you cannot turn off your TV, or give Big-Ed the pushback required at your childrens’ schools, you are weak-minded. Think outside the box, and stand up for yourself, the lot of ya’.

    President Trump has missed loads of opportunities in this regard, as there are neither judges nor congressmen that could stop him from deciding who he relates to as “the press”. I hope you, Mr. Kirkpatrick, do not think I am negative on the whole article. I like it, and agree wholeheartedly in general. Leadership requires one to expect loyalty, but also to respect loyalty. This guy Trump’s heart is in the right place, but his mind cannot concentrate worth a damn.

  58. Anonymous[123] • Disclaimer says:
    @MarkinLA

    Good grief, Ron Paul is Libertarian, i.e., “open-borders.”

    “In a free market economy, in a healthy economy, we have a shortage of labor. People who come over and want to work, they help us. They enhance our standard of living.” -Ron Paul

    Ron Paul on C-Span in 1988

    Feeling enhanced yet?

    • Replies: @MarkinLA
  59. peterAUS says:
    @MarkinLA

    …what is the alternative…

    An excellent question.
    I don’t know. Or, have some thoughts and ideas but, irelevant, of course.

    The real question one could be asking is…how come there are no alternatives?
    I have some thoughts and ideas about it too, but that’s even less relevant.

    I….guess…….. it boils down to an average American. To taking an honest, good and hard look at the mirror. As a starting point.
    Something like that.

    • Replies: @MarkinLA
    , @Jeff Stryker
  60. MarkinLA says:
    @Anonymous

    Yes, but he also promised to enforce the laws even if he didn’t agree with them. This was something no other Republican running could be trusted to do.

  61. MarkinLA says:
    @peterAUS

    There are no alternatives due to the existence of political parties first and stupid Americans second. Washington did not like political parties and we see, for good reason. People of low character get ahead through the party system and owe more allegiance to the party than to the country.

    A political party is a business selling government access and influence.

  62. Syagrius says:
    @Colin Wright

    Sadly, Trump seems to be our Kerensky.

  63. @peterAUS

    How an earth would a fellow from Perth know? Or perhaps Sydney? You’ve never been to the US and it is certainly not going to affect your high minimum-wage or your immigration laws, both of which make Australia a nice country to live (Relatively).

    Of all the developed Anglo-Saxon places on earth, Australia will remain the best because it is essentially an island fortress that can choose its immigrants and is willing to put up with a bit of inflation in order to have a decent minimum wage.

    Maybe some Australia can explain to me at some point why so many of you are obsessed with Yanks.

    Cultural colonization?

    Your ass bleeds for the inequalities and injustices inherent in the US system?

    Vietnam sending a bunch of refugees?

  64. @renfro

    Tell us exactly what you have sacrificed and efforts made .

    A wicked and adulterous generation asks for a sign.

    Anybody who writes questions like this proves himself to be an insignificant oaf. Attempting to bait anonymous strangers into making personal confessions online for one’s own entertainment is the mark of petty loser and a failed bully. You can’t accomplish anything in your actual life, so you come here to unleash your subtle sadism and to cop a few cheap jollies. What a pathetic freak you are. Why would you even want to know what I’ve done? Does this excite you somehow? Or are you trying to imply that I haven’t actually done anything?

    Yes, that’s it, of course. But you’ve picked an especially cowardly way of throwing down the gauntlet. No matter what I say, you can turn around and scoff at it. You can say either that my efforts have been insignificant or that I’m making it all up, and I would have no recourse except to waste my time trying to prove otherwise to an anonymous idiot. You’ve learned how to use the asymmetries of the online medium to needle people from a position of cover, but only a lowlife would actually do so.

    Why don’t you put your sacrifices and effort into not supporting any one who is a corrupt liar or warmonger.

    Politics is the art of the possible, as real men know. Donald Trump was the only electoral hope we had of stopping Hillary Clinton and the Deep State, and the electoral process was the only means we had of doing so. Ergo, that’s what we had to do. It’s not as if you’re capable of outlining a better practical alternative. You just like to sit around in your cloud of imagined superiority making gay-ass comments. You don’t do anything, so it doesn’t matter what you believe.

    Hate to tell ya but people like you are part of the problem.

    Obviously this is just sheer apophasis. You don’t “hate” to tell me that. You wanted to tell me that and the entire point of your comment was precisely to tell me that. More passive-aggressive behavior from a sanctimonious twerp.

    I did not say anything in the thread above to insult you or provoke you, yet you decided to focus your entire criticism on me out of bitter envy and desperation. You just had to try to tear me down for the sake of your own fragile ego. You can force me to suffer you, but I am not under any illusions about what you are. You should be ashamed of yourself for clogging up the planet. Now you go and you think about that, and be very careful before you open your mouth again.

    • Replies: @anonymous
    , @renfro
  65. anonymous[340] • Disclaimer says:
    @Intelligent Dasein

    Setting aside the personalization, doesn’t Renfro have a point?

    Linh Dinh, June 12, 2016, as published here at Unz Review:

    “In 2008, Obama was touted as a political outsider who will hose away all of the rot and bloody criminality of the Bush years. He turned out to be a deft move by our ruling class. Though fools still refuse to see it, Obama is a perfect servant of our military banking complex. Now, Trump is being trumpeted as another political outsider.

    A Trump presidency will temporarily appease restless, lower class whites, while serving as a magnet for liberal anger. This will buy our ruling class time as they continue to wage war abroad while impoverishing Americans back home. Like Obama, Trump won’t fulfill any of his election promises, and this, too, will be blamed on bipartisan politics.”

    I was attacked here starting in 2015 when I said Mr. Trump would not be what he said he would be, and that the better choice was to forego endorsing via voting an irredeemably corrupt Washington-based government. I have been occasionally pleased when President Trump gives a good (Miller) speech or escapes his handlers for a day or three (Helsinki). But Linh Dinh, regrettably, was right.

    • Replies: @Intelligent Dasein
  66. @anonymous

    Setting aside the personalization, doesn’t Renfro have a point?

    There are a couple of problems with that thesis. One, the Deep State, while very powerful, is neither omnipotent nor omniscient; it cannot simply make and unmake presidents at will, nor can it fully control what they are going to do. Two, the Deep State really does have a hard-on for Donald Trump and tries to mess with him whenever they can, and this despite the fact that he really hasn’t even tried to do much too terribly unconformable to their purposes.

    But really, the point is that people like Renfro and PeterAUS don’t seem to understand that nobody here every really believed that Trump was a secret White Nationalist Paleocon nor did we expect him to accomplish anything by himself. I, in fact, am on record before the election stating that it’s only going to get harder after the election. It was still important to “elect the message” and it was not unreasonable to expect Trump to return the favor. The fact that he hasn’t is going to get him into trouble.

    • Replies: @anonymous
    , @peterAUS
  67. anonymous[340] • Disclaimer says:
    @Intelligent Dasein

    But don’t you see a similarity of Trump as “messa[enger]” to the ways in which the Occupy Wall Street and Tea Party movements came to be diverted and discredited? The anti-war “left” stuck a sock into its mouth during the Obama presidencies, and now many of the anti-war “right” rationalize President Trump’s continuation of the same wars.

    The 2016 election and ongoing coup do seem to have exposed more of the rot. But entrusting “the message” to President Trump has been a strategic blunder that plays right into the hands and plans of the Establishment.

  68. peterAUS says:
    @Intelligent Dasein

    PeterAUS don’t seem to understand that nobody here every really believed that Trump was a secret White Nationalist Paleocon nor did we expect him to accomplish anything by himself.

    Obviously.
    Emphasize on “himself”.

    …it’s only going to get harder after the election.

    Obviously, again. Before and after the election.
    .

    …It was still important to “elect the message”

    People knew and know what the message is. Irrelevant.

    That is the point you are missing. Why are you missing it isn’t important, actually.

    You believe that you have time. You don’t.
    You believe that spreading the message, truth, whatever, will do the trick.
    It will not.
    The only message of importance is that the other side got the wind of danger and they are working, hard, on it.

    You made a terrible mistake. More importantly, you keep doing it.
    You, all of you, and we who are on the same page in the world, are walking along blind alley.

    An ORGANIZED MOVEMENT is needed behind the President.
    The same type of movement that your opponents have.

    Otherwise, you’ll lose. And we’ll lose with you.
    When “they” regain White House and the rest they’ll clamp down with vengeance.

    My take: not that bad. The idiots will push the regime in Kremlin over the “red line”.
    BANG.
    End.
    Not ideal, but not bad either.

  69. peterAUS says:
    @anonymous

    Pretty much.
    “The Establishment” just got aware of the potential danger and it’s working overtime to rectify it.

    While it mobilized its support base and all resources into pretty much a movement, the Trump side is still sitting at homes and waiting……waiting….

    Well, free will.

  70. @peterAUS

    You believe that you have time. You don’t.
    You believe that spreading the message, truth, whatever, will do the trick.
    It will not.

    Excuse me, but you have no idea what I believe except to the extent that I’ve written about it here, and I’ve never written anything like that.

    Speaking in the indicative about a person about whom you know nothing, as you do, and imputing guilt by association, is very, very rude. That isn’t the way to have an online discussion. It just pisses people off.

    Furthermore, you don’t even live here and you have no sense of how American politics works on the ground. It’s easy to say “Organize a movement!” from your perch in Oz, as if such rare insight speaks to your immense perspicacity. The reality is that as of now there is no possibility of such a movement and there is nothing there to organize, and there isn’t anybody who can do anything about that. You’re trying to blame me personally for not actualizing your fantasies, which again is very rude. In the politics of the fanciful you can dream whatever you want, but the the politics of the possible is what I have to work with.

    Have I ever lectured you about the conditions in Australia? Have I ever sneered at you for not getting off your ass and protecting your right to bear arms? Have I demanded that you organize a movement to keep the waves of Southeast Asians out of your tiny continent? No, I’ve never even mentioned such things, because real men do not concern themselves with matters out of their control. Yet all you want to do is harangue others halfway around the world for their perceived faults, people whose struggles and fates you do not share in the slightest. In a word, you’re weirdo and one of the biggest douches on this forum.

    And that’s really saying something.

    • Agree: Them Guys
    • Replies: @peterAUS
  71. @anonymous

    But don’t you see a similarity of Trump as “messa[enger]” to the ways in which the Occupy Wall Street and Tea Party movements came to be diverted and discredited? The anti-war “left” stuck a sock into its mouth during the Obama presidencies, and now many of the anti-war “right” rationalize President Trump’s continuation of the same wars.

    I’m afraid I cannot follow you here because I cannot concede any of the premises in this paragraph.

    1. Occupy Wall Street was never diverted or discredited. In the beginning it seems to have been another one of Uncle Soros’ flash mobs, but the economic conditions it was criticizing were quite real and remain so. The “99%” and other OWS tropes have now passed into the common lexicon of anti-globalists everywhere. I fail to see how any of this played into the hands of the establishment.

    2. The Tea Party discredited itself by having no platform beyond “muh Constitution” and by latching onto poison dwarfs like Glenn Beck, but once again the establishment hasn’t gained anything from that.

    3. Neither the antiwar Left or Right was at all happy with presidents Obama or Trump, respectively, for continuing the Middle Eastern wars. The most respected voices on each side have continued to criticize the establishment and/or have become quite cynical about it.

    President Trump has lost the heart of his most loyal supporters by being too much the establishment stooge, but the idea that this was the plan all along is an explanation that has too many moving parts. The Deep State is genuinely disturbed by Trump and fears that one day he might actually listen to his base. That would not be the case if they felt they had him under their complete control.

    • Replies: @anonymous
  72. anonymous[340] • Disclaimer says:
    @Intelligent Dasein

    “… or have become quite cynical about it.”

    I’m no “respected voice,” but that’s me.

    By the time any of this — OWS, TP, people apes***ing on each other about transgender statues & confederate bathrooms, the candidacy of Donald Trump — is being addressed on TV sets and other mass media, it’s been hijacked. Have you considered why Dr. Paul was ignored, while Mr. Trump was 24/7′d?

    Even our investing time and energy into alternative forums like this one may be all that the Establishment needs to roll along. For me, this is a coping mechanism, not something at all likely to effect any change. The babbling tower of blood, money, and s**t will soon enough fall on its own.

    I’m still rooting for you, though!

  73. MarkinLA says:
    @peterAUS

    An ORGANIZED MOVEMENT is needed behind the President.

    One that takes a lot of money and a lot of time and will be opposed by both political parties. It has about as much chance of success as did Ron Paul.

    • Replies: @peterAUS
  74. peterAUS says:
    @Intelligent Dasein

    The reality is that as of now there is no possibility of such a movement and there is nothing there to organize, and there isn’t anybody who can do anything about that.

    Any idea WHY:
    1. There is nothing to organize?
    2.More importantly, there isn’t ANYBODY who can do anything about it.

    Have I ever lectured you about the conditions in Australia? Have I ever sneered at you for not getting off your ass and protecting your right to bear arms? Have I demanded that you organize a movement to keep the waves of Southeast Asians out of your tiny continent? No, I’ve never even mentioned such things, because real men do not concern themselves with matters out of their control. Yet all you want to do is harangue others halfway around the world for their perceived faults, people whose struggles and fates you do not share in the slightest. In a word, you’re weirdo and one of the biggest douches on this forum.

    Hehe…offloading, a? Makes you feel better? Fine.

    One thing though.

    If all that shit of yours (your fuckups I mean) was happening anywhere in the world most of us here wouldn’t spend one second on it. I do live here but your mistakes, actually just one mistake (miscalculation with Kremlin) will affect me here. As everyone on this planet.
    Anything we here do has zero effect on you guys there.
    Everything you do affects us, and a lot, here. And everywhere.

    We don’t lecture you. We actually don’t much give a shit about you.
    We do give a lot of shit when you fuck up and we pay the price.

    But, I do thank you, as the previous guy. Both of you clarified a couple of things that were puzzling me.
    Now I have a pretty good picture.
    More importantly, I am pretty sure what can I expect to happen, in US and HERE, for foreseeable future.
    That’s all what matters.

  75. peterAUS says:
    @MarkinLA

    Yup.
    Let’s forget all this and move on.

    • Replies: @MarkinLA
  76. MarkinLA says:
    @peterAUS

    Where do you think the money will come from, the people already donating to the Democrats and Republicans? 50% of Americans are living paycheck to paycheck. What is the probability of them donating even 100 dollars? Exactly who do I donate to, where are the meetings that won’t be full of FBI agents trying to get me on tape saying something stupid so some US attorney can bankrupt me.

    • Replies: @peterAUS
  77. peterAUS says:
    @MarkinLA

    My take: as long as “donate” and “money” are part of that equation just forget about it.
    If I need to explain that even more reason to stop paying attention to it.

    • Replies: @MarkinLA
  78. MarkinLA says:
    @peterAUS

    Money is one necessary component or do you think the rent-a-mobs on the left are people purely arriving on their own dime? As for time, how do people who barely pay the rent decide to do something that lowers their family income? We also have a long history of FBI infiltration of any group, no matter how peaceful to try and destroy them from within.

    But since you seem to have the answer, what should we all do?

    This reminds me of one of the clubs I belong to. Everybody always has advice on what extra work I could do to make it better for them.

    • Replies: @peterAUS
  79. peterAUS says:
    @MarkinLA

    Firstly, what I (big “I” there) think, want, believe, feel etc. is absolutely irelevant here. I could be right, wrong, whatever, makes zero difference in the real world.
    Having cleared the only important thing in this “communication” let’s go step by step:

    Money is one necessary component or do you think the rent-a-mobs on the left are people purely arriving on their own dime?

    Do you think that in the age of instant communication and access to accumulated knowledge of humanity at person’s fingertips you need money to inform, educate and/or motivate people?
    You are missing The POINT here. Keyword is “MOTIVATE”.

    As for time, how do people who barely pay the rent decide to do something that lowers their family income?

    I think there is plenty of time there. It’s just not used properly. And it’s not used because there is no motivation there.

    We also have a long history of FBI infiltration of any group, no matter how peaceful to try and destroy them from within.

    Imagine a test: say, a city of 5 million. A retail chain there posts on their social media that from 0900 to 1100 next day they will be giving their stuff for free. Visualize that.
    Now….a state politician there posts on his social media a call for a public protest at each of those retail chain shops for a war against Iran.
    Visualize that.
    Funny, a?

    But since you seem to have the answer, what should we all do?

    Doesn’t matter. Whatever you do won’t make any difference. But, if it makes you happy, go for it.
    Free will.

    This reminds me of one of the clubs I belong to. Everybody always has advice on what extra work I could do to make it better for them.

    Well…if that also makes you happy……

    You…Americans….actually everyone in West, but you are important, live well. As long as you live well there will be not even a hope of any change from the present course.
    In order to have a glimpse of hope for any change either that living will have to go down, hard, or, a palpable fear of (nuclear) war has to happen.
    For former, no food on the table for your kids. For later, well, watch “The Day After”.

    That’s it.

    • Replies: @MarkinLA
  80. MarkinLA says:
    @peterAUS

    People took the time and effort to peacefully and legally demonstrate in Charlottesville. The other side showed up illegally and committed to violence. The violent agitators were treated like heros and spent no serious time in jail. Not so the people who did it legally.

    Maybe you missed it.

    • Replies: @peterAUS
  81. peterAUS says:
    @MarkinLA

    People took the time and effort to peacefully and legally demonstrate in Charlottesville.

    They did. Remind me, again…how many? Wait….let me guess. 200 000?
    And, when all that happened and the system clamped down on them how many protested that, in USA, the land of brave and free? Let me guess again….in a nation of , “Wiki”, 325,719,178…was it 30 million? Probably not…10 million, at least?

    Maybe you missed it.

    Definitely. Those 10 million I mean. Even those 200 000. Shame on me.

    Oh, BTW, maybe you missed this:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Romanian_Revolution#Ceau%C8%99escu’s_speech

    as

    …. an assembly of approximately 100,000 people….

    and plenty of similar examples in that part of the world at the time.

    Doesn’t apply, of course.
    You Americans are special. You’ll find some other way. One day.
    Hopefully.

    • Replies: @Jeff Stryker
  82. renfro says:
    @Intelligent Dasein

    Now you go and you think about that, and be very careful before you open your mouth again

    Be careful before opening my mouth again?…..LOL

    Well my intention in asking exactly what you did was not to attack you….BUT ….now I see you need questioning so I will be questioning you when it is warranted.

    So much venom spewing for a simple question…so much projection of your own obvious ego angst onto me.

    You’ve got a mental problem.

  83. @peterAUS

    One day some cantankerous Hispanic will be President who has no notion of geopolitics and he will be pissed off at the Chinese naval presence encroaching on Australia and launch a nuclear weapon at their fleet.

    I fear that the Mestizos and blacks will simply have a victory from the cradle and be elected to some office that puts nuclear weapons at their disposal.

    Whites are losing numbers.

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