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So Congress finally passed a budget. It’s a blockbuster—$1.3 trillion, or around four thousand dollars for every man, woman, and child in the U.S.A. Basically it is a compound made up of (a) anything Leftist Democrats could wish for, and (b) anything that the Jeb Bush wing of the Republican Party, and that wing’s Big Business donors (but I repeat myself), could wish for. But how about the things that sixty-three million of us voted for in 2016, awarding the Presidency to Donald Trump?

Border control? Enforcement of immigration law? An end to missionary wars and the World Policeman role? Economic and population policies that favor Americans rather than foreigners?

There has to be some of that in such a colossal budget, doesn’t there?

After all, Donald Trump is President, isn’t he? He signed off on this thing, doesn’t he?

Well, to be perfectly fair, if you apply a microscope to the budget bill’s two thousand-odd pages, you can find a teeny-tiny sort-of concession to Trumpism hidden in there among the gov-speranto.

There is, for example, $1.6 billion—one-eighth of one percent of the total budget—for border security, probably the single issue more than any other that brought voters out for Trump in 2016.

How will that $1.6 billion be spent? Congressional Republicans have told us it will be spent on, “replacement (of existing barriers), bollards, and levee improvements.” Congressional Democrats have told us that the money will not be used for any new concrete wall.[U.S. Congress unveils $1.3 trillion spending bill as shutdown looms, Reuters, March 21, 2018]

So—no wall, then. Those “prototypes” our President was inspecting in the southwestern desert the other day were merely what the late Senator Pat Moynihan called “boob bait for the bubbas.”

Got it. Probably those prototypes will still be standing out there in the desert a thousand years from now, testifying to the suicide of our nation, while round about them, boundless and bare, the lone and level sands stretch far away.

Twiddling the knobs on my microscope a little more, I see that there’s funding for DHS to hire 351 new Customs and Border Protection agents.

Not 350, please note, nor 352: just precisely 351. Let no-one accuse the Congressional drafting committees of imprecision.

Customs and Border Protection are the guys at our airports, seaports, and border posts. CBP has 60,000 employees, according to their website, so that 351 additional is better than a half of one percent.

Don’t you feel safer already?

And what about ICE, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the guys who do the intelligence and muscle work—interior enforcement, workplace compliance, and deportation of illegals? Do they get 351 more agents? Or perhaps 263, or 155?

“Barely 100” is the best number I can find in the news reports. [Why Trump is threatening to veto the omnibus bill over immigration, By Dara Lind, Vox.com, March 23, 2018]

It is now in fact fashionable on the political Left to call for the outright abolition of ICE. [ICE deserves to be abolished, by Molly Roberts, Washington Post, March 13, 2018]

This is quite a recent development, which bears watching. The old commies at The Nation magazine got the ball rolling earlier this month with an article calling ICE “incompatible with democracy and human rights.”[It’s Time to Abolish ICE | A mass-deportation strike force is incompatible with democracy and human rights, By Sean McElwee, March 9, 2018] Now the cry is being raised all over the CultMarx-o-sphere: “Abolish ICE!”

If the Democrats pull off a congressional sweep in November, abolition of ICE will likely be high on their agenda. And that will be the end for interior enforcement of our immigration laws.

In fact, the budget that Congress just passed is a big negative for patriotic reform. It includes an expansion of the H-2B guest-worker program, undoubtedly with the approval of Republican congressvermin cucking to their donors. (H-2B is the low-skill equivalent of the H-1B). That’s more cheap labor for the business donors—fewer jobs for low-skill Americans.

The budget also further extends the EB-5 investor-visa program, which lets wealthy foreigners buy themselves green cards, and which we at VDARE.com have been railing against for years.

It’s not just us Dissident Right crazies, either: Senator Chuck Grassley of Iowa recently opined that the EB-5 has been “hijacked by big moneyed New York City real estate interests.”[Sen. Grassley Opposes Short-Term Extension of EB-5, but Big Money Prevails, By David North, CIS.org, March 21, 2018]

So much for the immigration components of the budget bill—which, once again, let me repeat, was not thrown out with howls of outrage from the Republican-majority House and Senate: they passed the filthy thing.

But does the bill go any way towards winding down our World Policeman role, with our troops stationed in, or covertly active in, 177 countries?

Remember candidate Trump telling the South Koreans to nuke up and take care of their own defenses? Any help for that in the budget bill?

Not at all. The bill in fact includes a $61 billion increase in “defense” spending over last year, a bigger than eight percent increase.

So I guess we shall keep those 39,000 troops in Japan, those 35,000 troops in Germany, and those 12,000 in Italy, just in case WW2 flares up again.

You remember WW2. That was the one your grandfather fought in, the one that ended 73 years ago.

I guess we’ll keep our 23,000 troops in South Korea, too, since that country is obviously incapable of defending itself against North Korea, in spite of having twice the North’s population and fifty times its GDP.

I wonder: Do our troops in, say, Djibouti, or Thailand, or Jordan ever wonder what the heck they’re doing there to the advantage of the U.S.A.? Or do they get together and sing the song the war-weary Tommies sang in WW1:

[Sound clip: We’re here because we’re here,

Because we’re here, because we’re here.

We’re here because we’re here,

Because we’re here, because we’re here …]?

This budget bill is, in short, a middle finger to President Trump.

ORDER IT NOW

Its larger message: populism is no match for the Deep State. The contest is an unequal one. It’s almost cruel the way the congresscritters—Chuck Ryan and Paul Schumer, Nancy McConnell and Mitch Pelosi—it’s almost cruel the way they are grinning and chuckling and high-fiving among themselves over how easy it’s been to kick sand in the President’s face.

I’m afraid we can now see that the populist victories of two years ago that filled us with so much hope were in fact a false dawn, a mirage. For all its spirit and vigor and successes, the populist movement is amateurish and uncoordinated. It’s no match for the seasoned, hardened operatives of the Deep State, with their decades of experience at gaming Western democratic systems.

It’s the same across the Pond. The second great populist victory of 2016—second, I mean, to the election of Donald Trump—was the Brexit vote in Britain, to leave the European Union and restore Britain’s national sovereignty.

The Brexit vote was in June 2016, nearly two years ago now. Britain and the EU are still engaged in talks about talks. [Brexit: All you need to know about the UK leaving the EU, By Alex Hunt & Brian Wheeler,BBC, March 19, 2018]In theory Britain will leave the EU a year from now, March 29th 2019, but there is no certainty this will actually happen.

On the optimistic assumption that it does happen, there will still be a two-year “transition period” during which free movement of people from Europe—including Albanian gangsters and Romanian gypsies—will continue.

It’ll be 2021 before Britain can control European immigration; and given their utter failure to control non-EU immigration, I wouldn’t rest much hope in things changing even then, five years after the Brexit vote.

The Deep State, in short, can take care of itself pretty well, and is ingenious in finding ways to thwart the populist will.

But…but…it doesn’t help that the chief representative of populist will in the U.S.A. is President Donald J. Trump.

I know, I know, a lot of Trump voters don’t want to hear criticism of our President. When I posted the Z-Man’s remarks three weeks ago, calling Trump “just a stupid bullsh*tter who got very lucky,” I received some angry emails from listeners. “Hey,” they were saying, “you stuck-up metrocons with your Gucci loafers and designer glasses and imported cheese, you may be abandoning our guy, but we real Americans are still loyal!”

That’s what I was getting. People were cutting me out of their wills.

All right; but I’m a commentator. I have to call things as I see them. What I see is, that President Trump is not a very reliable friend of Trumpism.

Here for example was the President’s tweet at 8:55 Friday morning:

Well, it’s nice that Trump grumbled about not getting the border wall—but his first grumble was about nigh-on a million illegal aliens not getting Amnesty.

Elsewhere he gloated over the extravagant increase in military funding—taxpayer money that will be piddled away in chasing bandits futilely around the Hindu Kush and sparing the Japanese, Koreans, and Europeans from having to manage their own defenses for, presumably, another 73 years.

I see Trump there on my TV screen, in my newspaper, on my Twitter feed; but I don’t see Trumpism. Where is it?

A friend has an adjective he deploys to describe Trump: “anticompetent.” A merely in-competent ruler, my friend says—like the child rulers who sometimes took the throne in old dynastic monarchies—could skate along without doing much harm by relying on advisors. Trump goes beyond that to anti-competent, sabotaging himself at every turn, taking advice from Deep Staters who sneer him behind his back and detest the people who voted for him.

And Trump signed the wretched budget bill anyway—another surrender to the Deep State. Chuck Schumer is delighted. [Chuck-You Celebrates: The Era of Austerity Is Over, Rush Limbaugh, March 22, 2018]

VDARE.com Editor Peter Brimelow continues to think that Trump’s heart is in the right place and may still eventually resurface.

But as of now I say: so much the worse for populism; so much the better for Chuck, Nancy, Paul, and Mitch, and all their lobbyists, donors, and flunkies—the Deep State.

2010-12-24dl[1] John Derbyshire [email him] writes an incredible amount on all sorts of subjects for all kinds of outlets. (This no longer includes National Review, whose editors had some kind of tantrum and fired him. ) He is the author of We Are Doomed: Reclaiming Conservative Pessimism and several other books. He has had two books published by VDARE.com com:FROM THE DISSIDENT RIGHT (also available in Kindle) and FROM THE DISSIDENT RIGHT II: ESSAYS 2013.

(Republished from VDare by permission of author or representative)
 
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  1. eah says:

    Actually, it’s been obvious for some time — hasn’t it? — that only explicit White Nationalism will save America.

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    • Replies: @jilles dykstra
    There is an interesting change in Germany.
    Seehofer, Merkel's minister of police, etc., talks about Heimat, a word difficult to translate, but meaning something like the land of our forefathers.
    Merkel's idea is 'Islam belongs te Germany', Seehofer just says 'Islam is in Germany'.
    To the great chagrin of those labeled as left, open society etc., the movement is to the right, nationalism.
    Tensions rise in the process, with the usual words, fascism, discrimination, etc.
    In Amsterdam the new parties FvD, nationalist, and DENK, Islamic, both got three seats.
    In my opinion DENK is as harmful for Muslims as Israel is for jews.
    More and more difficult to govern the Netherlands.
    , @Corvinus
    "Actually, it’s been obvious for some time — hasn’t it? — that only explicit White Nationalism will save America."

    Except Whites are other than monolithic. So it clearly not obvious. But best wishes on your endeavor.
    , @tjm
    "Dems never cave", what world do you like in?

    Dems caved all the time when Obama was in office, healthcare taxes, war...

    Your type of thinking is becoming beyond naive or anachronistic, but down right ludicrous.

    The dems and the republicans get the vast amount of their money form Zionist jewish sources, that is a fact, end of story...

    There are neocons, aka: conservative zionist globalist Jews, and there are neo-liberals, aka: liberal zionist globalist Jews.

    Washington is 100% Zionist, what you see about is just theater for the sheep, and so the Zio-media can play up the false right vs left narrative. You really can't be this stupid.
    , @eah
    https://twitter.com/AlfredAlbion/status/977678679357689857
    , @Allan
    "Politics is downstream from culture," and I am inclined to agree. So, what culture is "White Nationalism"? Is it trailer park culture? Flat Earth culture? Is it the Bellamy salute given while praying to a flag? Is the phrase a trademark? Do we need to write ™ or ® after it?
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  2. Yes this is the end. The end of my support for Trump at least. He is now complete and utter bullshit. It is over.

    And since he was the only choice, and because there appears no other, there is little more to say than this: We do not have a country, and we never will.

    We are, indeed, doomed.

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    • Replies: @Johnny Smoggins
    Democracy is finished, leaving you two choices; become a revolutionary (and that means for real, not joining the next incarnation of the Tea Party), or relax poolside and make yourself as much of a drain on the system as you can.

    Just don't wallow in despair.
    , @Dr. X
    Yeah. I hate to say it, but this looks like the end for White America. Trump was always a flawed candidate, and we all knew he was merely a last-ditch attempt to avoid the utter destruction of white, male America imminent under a Hillary presidency.

    Now that Trump's been fully cucked, we're out of options. The next Democrat administration will repeal the tax cut, ban and start confiscating guns, and open the borders to an unlimited number of swarthy Third World hordes. Affirmative action, which is, for practical purposes already permanent, will morph into government persecution of whites. Lesbians and transgenders will control out military, police, and the NSA and will prosecute any speech they deem "offensive."

    Racially, the country will become a North American Brazil, but politically it will be Orwellian to neo-Soviet.

    A small clique of Jews and financial oligarchs will do OK, but the rest of us are well and truly fucked.
    , @tjm
    "Trumpism" indeed.

    So, the story goes, a man who is from Jew York City, a man who was bailed out by Jew Banks, and whose business is run by Jews, who calls himself a Zionist and has marched in the Zionist parade, is friends with the Clintons, was bank rolled by Peter Theil and Sheldon Adleson, filled his Cabinet with Zionist filth...is actually an "American firster" because the Zionist media tells us so?


    Truths: 9/11 was the culmination of the final take over of the US governemnt by Zionist forces.
    Reagan, Clinton, Bush, Obama, Trump were all servants to the Zionist money machine.

    It is over, control of all aspects of media and entertainment by those who conspire against us, has taken away any opportunity to strike back, get out the message. If there is to be change, it will have to be a gift from God.
    , @MBlanc46
    It’s very difficult to imagine that what you say is not correct.
    , @Simply Simon
    Clearly we are doomed. Future generations of Americans will curse the memory of current and two or three past generations of self-serving, scum-bag politicians who sold them out.
    , @Stonehands
    Welcome to the Monkey-wrench Gang.

    What took you so long to get here?
    , @Massimo Heitor

    ...there is little more to say than this: We do not have a country, and we never will.

    We are, indeed, doomed.
     
    You are definitely doomed with that attitude.

    To paraphrase the Great Honey Badger: If you think the elites are going to let you have your country back just because you won a POTUS election, you are sadly mistaken! They don't care about your vote or what the law says, they are fighting dirty. This crowd needs to get off strictly defense, and punch back.

    Humans are inherently tribal animals. Hit the Elites in their tribal structure where it hurts: the university! Fight for open student admission. Fight against discrimination between accepted students and non-accepted students.

    Harvard University President Drew G Faust recently wrote in May, 2016:

    “Although the fraternities, sororities, and final clubs are not formally recognized by the College, they play an unmistakable and growing role in student life, in many cases enacting forms of privilege and exclusion at odds with our deepest values,"
     
    If it isn't the pot calling the kettle black! Harvard itself is this exclusive club that is a giant form of privilege! And even though it's "privately owned" on paper, it's historically funded almost entirely through government. This crowd should kick their asses! Open admission for all. End discrimination between students and non-students. And ultimately, separation of school and state!!!
    , @peggy
    I am done with Trump now.I knew when he was President elect and was backtracking on the Clintons
    crimes saying 'THEY ARE GOOD PEOPLE THEY SUFFERED ENOUGH ' that he might have been a BS artist.
    Now there is no doubt in my mind he is a globalist and neocon .
    , @JNarbo
    If you're of voting age and you voted for Trump, your right to vote must be rescinded. You're too stupid to vote. And you stand on the train tracks waiting for the train, too, I guess?
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  3. On the optimistic assumption that it does happen, there will still be a two-year “transition period” during which free movement of people from Europe—including Albanian gangsters and Romanian gypsies—will continue

    Albania isn’t in the EU, so this has nothing to do with Brexit. And regarding non-European immigration (the majority of the invasion sinc 1997) this mostly didn’t have much to do with the EU either, it was a deliberate decision by Britain’s political class unrelated to the EU project, and it was always naive to expect that Brexit would solve that problem.

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    Albanians can travel freely within the EU, as tourists, for three months.
    Albanian criminals alas are well known in the Netherlands.
    One of the main Brexit motivations was to control the immigration from E Europe.
    Those trying to go to Britain are easily recognised, they hardly have any luggage at the airport.
    Nothing can be done to prevent them coming.
    After the three months, if they're caught, they can be send back.
    Nothing prevents them from returning the next day.
    , @Catiline
    The EU is the Iran/Russia bogey of the Anglo-maniac right.
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  4. Anonymous[296] • Disclaimer says:

    Most people don’t know: Trump begged Nikki Haley to be his Secretary of State the day after he was elected.

    So, you see, he was never who he claimed to be in the campaign.

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    It appears so.
    , @MarkinLA
    He probably wanted to bang her.
    , @jack daniels
    Maybe he just wanted to bang her.
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  5. Thomm says:

    Well, Derb is also an economic leftist*, so this is just a quibble of subgroups.

    *Derb says real estate purchases should be restricted by the race of the purchaser, even if the buyer wants to pay fair-market value. He even expresses surprise that Chinese purchases of US real estate are not blocked. That is economic leftism.

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    • Replies: @Clyde

    *Derb says real estate purchases should be restricted by the race of the purchaser, even if the buyer wants to pay fair-market value. He even expresses surprise that Chinese purchases of US real estate are not blocked. That is economic leftism.
     
    This is economic nationalism and no one here cares about your dopey posts or has his mind charged. Troll.
    , @MBlanc46
    Those sound like race realism and economic nationalism. Calling them Leftism sounds like globalism and multiculturalism to me.
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  6. Greg S. says:

    1. Trump is finished. He’s a lame duck now. They have him by the nuts already or he wouldn’t have signed. A demoralized base will lead to:

    2. Republicans will get wiped out in the coming mid-term elections. Which leads to:

    3. Impeachment proceedings against Trump will commence immediately after those elections and move very swiftly.

    I will also add a market crash is extremely likely this year as the elites will need to use Trump as an excuse for the crash before he exits stage left for good.

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    • Replies: @WJ
    Clinton was impeached but not convicted. The Dems may take the House and they may impeach but the RNC knows that if they have 15 or so GOP senators crossing the line to convict then the whole show is over.

    I think Clinton could have been re-elected in 2000 if he hadn't been term limited. That was less than 2 years after impeachment.
    , @tjm
    Really, you really buy that nonsense?

    Because Chump was such a champion for the little guy, he was wonderful for "white America"...

    What lunacy, you people who come on here and spout this "poor Trump nonsense, even as he has proven his TOTAL COMPLICITY again and again with the Zionist world order.

    I have to believe no American can be this stupid, and that such comments are from the ever growing ranks of paid Zionist hasbara trolls who come on line and try to keep their false narratives alive. they did the same for Obama when he was doing their bidding, blaming every act of Obama on "evil republicans", even if Obama had full control.

    You may have all the money, and all the tools of propaganda, but no amount of money can buy the truth...
    , @El Dato

    Impeachment proceedings against Trump will commence immediately after those elections and move very swiftly.
     
    Certainly not.

    That would just cause people to suddenly ask what is he being impeached for. Playing Golf?

    Everything is going extremely well, there is no need to randomly push buttons.

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  7. vote Dem, and vote for the most anti-white Dems…those are the ones that will redpill whites…we want more show trials like the zimmerman trial…let a thousand Saint Trayvons bloom…let’s get this civil war going and get it over with!

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    • Replies: @Currahee
    Yes, I am sorry to have to agree.
    , @MBlanc46
    That’s a pretty dangerous strategy. It might be the only one left to us.
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  8. Ann B. says:

    At this point, its obvious that Trump was as much of a lying con-man as Obama.

    The key tell is this. While partisans of both claim that their man is powerless to do anything else, the key thing to notice is that they don’t fight it.

    Trump had a powerful political force behind him at the time of the 2016 elections. It was always obvious that Trump at best had only a minority faction behind him in Congress. And the beauracracy was packed with Hillary and Obama neo-liberals. Plus the pool of people Trump could likely appoint to the many positions he had to fill were the Bush neocons.

    Thus, it was rather unrealistic to expect Trump to have many successes in his first two years.

    However, what he could do is to fight and plan from day one to the fall elections in 2018 to use them to try to shift the power in Washington. Often, it doesn’t matter if you lose on a particular vote. The key is to set the issues for the coming campaign.

    Trump needed to do to things. One was to try to take control of the swamp through some key appointments. Probably the best thing to do would be to try to put some key and loyal people into key positions, then wage the internal warfare for them to get control of their departments.

    The second and perhaps most important thing for Trump to do was to immediately start recruiting a strong slate of Trump loyalists to run for Congress. And Trump needed to challenge many sitting Republicans in the 2018 primaries. One key to doing this would be to fight for what he believes in, even if he loses those fights and votes. But Trump would be setting the stage to gain in Congress in 2018. Trump needed to fight for his foriegn policy agenda. Trump needed to fight for his wall. Trump needed to fight for his vision of how immigration should work. Even if he lost every vote in Congress, Trump would have been preparing the ground and setting the issues for the 2018 congressional campaigns.

    Instead, Trump has been completely rolled. Trump has proven to be incompetent at forming the key team of people around him. That’s been in constant turmoil. Trump has been rolled on foreign policy. The deep state that endorsed Hillary is now firmly in control. Trump has been rolled on every issue. And as such, if a prospective candidate wanted to run backing Trump, what the heck would they run on as issues?

    If Trump was for real, he’d have fought such a battle. Instead, Trump turns out to have been a con-man who simply said whatever the crowd wanted to hear. Trump turned out to be too incompetent to pull any of it off. It turns out that running a family business does not prepare one for running a huge organization and beauracracy and the internal intrigues of control of the world’s most powerful nation. And worst of all, Trump turned out to be weak and unwilling to fight for what he said that made the crowds cheer.

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    The second and perhaps most important thing for Trump to do was to immediately start recruiting a strong slate of Trump loyalists to run for Congress. And Trump needed to challenge many sitting Republicans in the 2018 primaries. One key to doing this would be to fight for what he believes in, even if he loses those fights and votes. But Trump would be setting the stage to gain in Congress in 2018. Trump needed to fight for his foriegn policy agenda. Trump needed to fight for his wall. Trump needed to fight for his vision of how immigration should work. Even if he lost every vote in Congress, Trump would have been preparing the ground and setting the issues for the 2018 congressional campaigns.
     
    Yes.

    That would have been the logical next step, and he did not do it. To do it would have been to continue what he had begun with his successful presidential campaign. His election proved that there is enough support in the United States for what we would have, until now, called a Trumpist agenda. Trump never followed what we were convinced was his agenda!
    , @Jus' Sayin'...
    I disagree. I voted for Trump because I thought he'd taken a principled stand on reversing the US policies that Steve Sailer has cleverly encapsulated in the triad, "invade the world, invite the world, in debt to the world". I assumed that Trump's apparent inadequacies -- his incoherence, his idiotic blustering, his disorganization, his constant veering and shifting of positions -- were superficial and that ultimately he was an intelligent and politically sophisticated enough individual to adhere to the positions and the political base that got him elected.

    It's now clear that Trump is every bit the rather unintelligent egotistical buffoon that his -- and our enemies -- portrayed him to be. His primary managerial role seems to be creating chaos. He has no consistent policy except making himself the center of attention, an attention that he fails to realize is a steadily growing contempt for him. Trump is too unintelligent, too boorish, too much the buffoon to operate successfully as a con man. He's just a bad joke.

    I've given up hope. I really do believe we are doomed to destruction as a country, one way or another, either via descent into a civil war or into true third world status, just another Brazil or Venezuela, except with a grotesquely over-sized military. I do hope that Trump is successfully impeached. He has no base at this point. His original enemies despise him and us. A successful impeachment is possible and might finally make the Trump clown realize what a useless PoS he is.

    Trump isn't a con artist, he's just an arrogant, stupid, blustering clown who took advantage of his inherited wealth and a momentary political opportunity to prance idiotically across this country's political stage.
    , @jako
    You can't compare the Donald with the Liar-in-Chief aka the Nobel (fuc*ing) Peace Price laureate, who had an insight to the inner workings of Washington, yet claimed: "Yes, we can."
    The Donald would have been out of his league to run for mayor of Lost Springs, WY. But!, his "win" was no joke, it was the testament of the "unacceptable alternative," to say the least. And therefore: I do not know how can US voters believe in their "democracy," after so many proofs of the nature of the Deep State/Swamp/Military-Security-Industrial...
    Contemplating on what he should have done to suddenly become who he is not is as idiotic as he is.

    OTOH, here, in the Great White North, we don't have this. We have the same government all the time (due to our deep state); however, we have genuinely different taste of it -- say "flair" (it is bilingual term also!)
    , @Poupon Marx
    Western Indo-Europeans NEED to understand and accept this ineluctable and ironclad reality: there will be no salvation for us living alongside the Jew, the Negro, and the Meso-American. The latter two are under total control of the Jew, weaponized, and thought controlled, that is from within and without.
    They can be made to believe anything. W.I.E. are first with out a locus, hard center of beliefs and commitments. We are in retreat, win occasional skirmishes which are universally reversed in short order. None of our conservative standard bearers, save a tentative handful, have any staying power. Today’s traditional, racialist champion is gone tomorrow. I’m sure the Jewish Swarm bowls them over, composed of promises of an unrelenting lifetime of harassment, deprivation (no job future, constant interdiction against your economic condition, your children’s admission to better schools, defamation against you (“so sue me” says the Jewish Colossus of 1000 billion dollars on tap). Play ball or be reduced to penury, ridicule, debasement, personal and economic ruin. Your own children will run from you. Many W.I.E., individually and collectively, are beyond realistic or practical redemption, as self-destructive behaviors, vectors, compulsions are now spliced into their virtual DNA, belief systems and deep personas. They are as far from a Jungian understanding of where they came from and what they are composed of as is possible. A total write off.
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  9. TheBoom says:

    If you are a nationalist and not an ethno masochist, Trump was the only option in the election no matter how flawed he might habe been and still is today. His ego enabled him to not only think he could win, it enabled him to glide through being called the new Hitler on a daily basis. unfortunately, his giant ego had also apparently made him want to turn his presidency into a personality cult rather than a populist and nationalist crusade. Trump had never learned that his positions, according to opinion polls in the election, were a lot more popular than he was. From day one he filled his staff with people who were against his platform and often opposed him. The writing was on the wall early on that nothing on immigration or draining the swamp would be done. Fortunately, he at least avoided war with Putin (so far) but his main accomplishments, alas, may be demoralizing the Republican base and firing up the Democratic base

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    Your last sentence explains why Trump was allowed to win in the first place. I think a lot of commenters are severely underestimating the power of the Deep State and the degree to which it plays a long game in order to accomplish it's goal, that being radically open borders, disarmament of the American populace and military antagonism of every other country on Earth.
    The Deep State let Trump win to show legacy Americans that no matter what they ask for or complain about, it won't happen. Populism will be killed by the bureaucracy in a very public way, no holds barred.
    There was a reason Eisenhower warned Americans about the growing power of the military/industrial complex. He knew what was coming. Almost no one really listened.
    A cabal of unelected spies has had de facto control over domestic and foreign policy for 2 generations and counting, with no end in sight.
    The swamp swallowed Trump whole.
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  10. Carneal says:

    Get ready, as of today, it is very obvious that Trump is about to get slaughtered in the mid-term elections.

    The mid-terms almost always go against the White House anyway. And the Trump dreams that he might gain in the mid-terms were always a fish trying to swim upstream against the natural flow of things.

    Trump voters of course had different reasons and different issues as reasons why they voted for Trump.For a lot of them, it was a dislike of Hillary Clinton as the only other choice.

    Thus any Democrat who isn’t as awful as Hillary will run strong. For others though, Trump has pretty much abandoned everything he said in the campaign.

    The party that just won the White House usually loses seats in Congress in the mid-terms. Its going to be awful for Trump because he’s abandoned every constiuency he had. At this point, Trump has been loyal to no-one and no cause. Thus he can not expect the betrayed to be loyal to him.

    Even a liar like Obama could keep a certain core of Democrats who never could see the truth. And a liar like Trump will keep a certain core of Republicans as well. But that’s maybe 40% to 45% of the voters. The independents will swing strongly against Trump’s candidates in this election, and a fair number of Republican voters will leave too …. or simply stay at home and not bother to vote.

    Trump is about to get clobbered in a little over 7 months. Sooner if he thought he was going to take any of the swamp Republicans out in primaries.

    That is, if he doesn’t start a nuclear war with Russia by then and we are all dead or dying.

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  11. utu says:

    But at least he kept his promise to be good to Israel and bad to Iran.

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  12. DACA and immigration are a huge disappointment I really thought that the election sent two messages:

    1. he had the courage to stand the heat and
    2. he had enough voter support to stick to his agenda.

    He had the support, but not the courage to stick to his convictions/agenda – that is disappointing in more ways than one. Bit it remains early. I knew he was situational, what I didn’t bank on was a complete abandonment without so much as a fight.

    DACA, good grief. That’s a bizarre comment, the politics are essentially worthless, when you have granted your basic positions away without a fight. The liberals don’t care if DACA is limbo — the fact remains one million illegals have been granted a form of amnesty. Which does not bode well for any further push back against immigration restriction.

    But the agenda I voted for remains. So the fight continues. Here’s a man who has battled incredible odds winning was always going to be easier than governing . . .

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    It's December 28, yet some still sit before the hearth, hearing hoofbeats on the roof, waiting for Santa to drop down the chimney.

    Those expecting ANY electable politician to do anything but deliver for the Establishment are wishful children.

    Stop voting. In withholding consent, you can at least send a message and maintain some personal dignity.

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  13. It’s been over for a long time. I think I said this before but America is controlled by a Corporate Fascist Military- Intelligence Industrial Police State. And so is most of the world. Constant War right out of Orwell for their Jewish overloads. It only took the Zionists a little over a year to take complete control of the Whitehouse and this country with the final appointment of the Zionist Suckmonger, Bolton. Both sides, the Democrats and the Republicans are against all whites and Western Civilization.

    Economically, environmentally, and socially this country has a good chance of total collapse in our life time. When morons like Kamilia Harris scream that California is the future…..you know there is no future. With over 30% of America’s Welfare roster located in America’s first Communist State it’s just a matter of time.

    This is the gang-banging of America. Overwhelming the systems and trying to force America into another Communist Jewish Utopia. You should fear for your safety. The Jews murdered millions of Christians during the Bolshevik Revolution. Read Aleksandr Isayevich Solzhenitsyn. There will be an attempt to kill whites just like they killed the Christians. That’s what the 24 hour 365 days a year attack on whites is all about by the Jewish Masters and their Black Slaves which they will quickly toss on the ash heap of history when they are done with them. The constant indoctrination of whites are the problems…they are preparing the masses.

    Trump actually thought he was going to be President. The Zionist control every aspect of our society—-he never had a chance. Everything in America has to be approved by the Zionists. America was the last hope for civilization. Europe is done. You should hope for the big earthquake in California…….

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    I don't think people can dismiss the substance of what you've written here, even Normies that held their nose and voted for him. The hiring of Bolton was the reddest of red flags, if anyone had spent 5 minutes listening to the guy over the last, say, 20 years or so. War fumes through his self-righteous nostrils like a Puritan elder looking for his next witch to burn at the stake.

    It truly is sad, but perhaps expected. about 250 years is what we got, but before we get sentimental, let's remember, many of those years were spent in wars, and rumors of wars, killing others, killing ourselves, sending our boys off to die, while here at home the elites danced under beautiful crystal chandeliers, and married off their daughters to other elites, passed land back and forth (and created National Parks for land they couldn't manage to have).

    Fast forward to the last 50 years, the elites drove their Cadillacs and Lincolns through and past the cities of despair where drugs and violence are rampant and white Normies had to flee, from the crime, the dangerous schools...the cars and styles may have changed, mustaches have come in and out of fashion, the drugs have changed, the demographics may have tilted (to their liking), but the Elites never worried...it was all ballroom, all nite, under the beautiful chandeliers.
    , @jacques sheete

    It’s been over for a long time. I think I said this before but America is controlled by a Corporate Fascist Military- Intelligence Industrial Police State. And so is most of the world.
     
    Yes, a very long time. The same observations were made in the early 1900s and the writing of the time is replete with examples.

    When the Morgan and Rockefeller interests harmonized to consummate the great wrong [of centralization] they well understood that they could not achieve their purpose against a hostile press. Hence they "took over" the newspapers.

    This does not necessarily mean the ownership of all newspapers. The perfection of the modern combination is little less than a Fine Art. Here again control is better than outright ownership. And control can be achieved through that community of interests, that interdependence of investment and credits which ties the publisher up to the banks, the advertisers, and special interests.


    -Robert M. LaFollette, ed, "Fooling the People as a Fine Art", La Follette's Magazine (April 1918)

    Not available on line as far as I can tell.

     

    He and many others were correct, but few listened and even fewer had any power to effect any substantial changes.

    Here's another but one.”


    Both of the dominant political parties for a long time have been and still are directed by “big business.” That is why no one can point to any existing material issue between the two, except that each wants the official “jobs.” “Jobs” are their only material existing issue, and they play the political game for jobs.

    For “special privilege” to own a half-dozen Senators of ability who at the same time are sharp enough to make the voters believe that they are independent, is worth billions of dollars annually to special privilege and is a corresponding loss to the people.

    -Charles August Lindbergh , Why Is Your Country At War And What Happens To You After The War: And Related Subjects. P 149 (1917)

    https://archive.org/stream/whyisyourcountr00lindgoog/whyisyourcountr00lindgoog_djvu.txt
     

    And another.:


    Nearly every public official has been backed off the board of duty to the public by the influence of predatory wealth. It is always an implied exchange—unwritten understanding, nearly always fulfilled, that predatory wealth will support the campaigns of those in office who give predatory wealth the least trouble, and support it when they dare.

    - Charles August Lindbergh, Sr, Why Is Your Country At War And What Happens To You After The War: And Related Subjects. p70 (1917)

    https://archive.org/stream/whyisyourcountr00lindgoog/whyisyourcountr00lindgoog_djvu.txt
     

    , @ThreeCranes
    Good comment.

    As Coolidge said, "The business of America is business."

    America never was and never will be a shining beacon upon a hill. In 1969 50% of all American citizens didn't have a pot to piss in. Today is the same. Zero assets.

    Little changes, except now we are ruled by Jewish oligarchs rather than Gentile ones. After the Dems take over Congress, David Brooks, writing for the NYTimes will go back to his conservative schtick as he laughs at all those of us, we who were so gullible as to believe that this time would be different, that maybe, just maybe we could have a president who wasn't a product of the editorial board of the NYTimes.

    Brooks knew better. He knew all along that Trump was doomed, which is why he could get away with writing such dreck. Same for all the other left-wing anti-American columnists. We here thought that reason would prevail, that their agenda could be challenged with facts, statistics, science. Hah! What a joke. Science is for nerds. Sex and violence sell. And they control the propaganda machine that baits and switches the buffoons with sex and violence.

    , @Escher
    With Bolton as National security adviser and Pompeo as Secretary of State, chances of war with Iran are high. That will complete the agenda of destroying the last real threat to Israel.
    , @El Dato
    I foresee a followup of "1984" where the MiniTrue cubicle neighbor of Winston Smith accidentally stumbles upon who is REALLY in the Inner, Inner Party.
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  14. Biff says:

    Customs and Border Protection are the guys at our airports, seaports, and border posts. CBP has 60,000 employees, according to their website, so that 351 additional is better than a half of one percent.

    Don’t you feel safer already?

    And what about ICE, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the guys who do the intelligence and muscle work—interior enforcement, workplace compliance, and deportation of illegals? Do they get 351 more agents? Or perhaps 263, or 155?

    It’s already a Police State, and this guy is complaining there aren’t enough cops?

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  15. Patriot says:

    Trump is a lier and a traitor.

    Republican President, Senate, and House, and they still totally cave in. So much for so-called Democracy. May they rot in . . .

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  16. When he lobbed the missiles at Syria, it had already been Red Flags rising with Goldman-Sachs appointments and a background of Israel-First rhetoric.

    With the Bolton appointment and the budget, boy – isn’t this swell?

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  17. 700bn/1300bn goes toooooo, war! Well done world, you’ve won a hegemon that believes spending money on destroying infrastructure will get you health, happiness, and jobs!

    Honestly if they could just realize that ‘military-industrial’ does have the world industrial in it, and maybe divert $500bn into infrastructure and R&D spending, with the help of the soldiers that would be otherwise lying around doing nothing, they could get the economy kick started in a few years.

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  18. Sadly, I agree with John that “Trumpism” is no longer being advanced by Donald J. Trump. But I take strange solace in the fact that California is increasingly defying the national government. True, it is on an issue on which I am on the other side: facilitating the invasion of California by illegal infiltrators. But if California can defy the national government on this issue and get away with it, other states, or groups of states, may find the inspiration to similarly defy the national government on other issues. Those of us on the alt- or dissident right need to start thinking beyond the United States (the Deep State, as John articulately points out, is embedded in Washington DC and can never be rooted out) and how North America can be reorganized politically. It may be the work of generations, but we must have a vision.

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    This is true. Liberal disparagement of Southern secession is now turned to support for California secession. That they won't be consistent in supporting other secessions matters little now. If California can live without Colorado river water, then it could be a decent independent country, so long as the rest of the USA doesn't have to accept immigrants from there.
    , @KenH
    Possibly but don't forget that the establishment rightists in red states are all cucks who have absolutely no balls or backbone, especially when it comes to racial issues, and will capitulate as soon as president Kamala Harris or her anti-white DOJ hiss at them. A federal judge recently ruled that Indiana must take Muslims refugees and unless something's changed Indiana plans to meekly submit to the whims of this unelected black robed tyrant.
    , @Corvinus
    "Those of us on the alt- or dissident right need to start thinking beyond the United States (the Deep State, as John articulately points out, is embedded in Washington DC and can never be rooted out) and how North America can be reorganized politically. It may be the work of generations, but we must have a vision."

    Most Americans are in complete disagreement with this notion of "reorganizing North America politically". Best wishes in your endeavor to convince them!
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  19. The Dutch UVA Amsterdam professor Laslo Maracs, he’s of Hungarian descent, compares Deep State to a fungus that grows anywhere in USA society.
    Not simple, weeding out such a fungus.

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  20. @German_reader

    On the optimistic assumption that it does happen, there will still be a two-year “transition period” during which free movement of people from Europe—including Albanian gangsters and Romanian gypsies—will continue
     
    Albania isn't in the EU, so this has nothing to do with Brexit. And regarding non-European immigration (the majority of the invasion sinc 1997) this mostly didn't have much to do with the EU either, it was a deliberate decision by Britain's political class unrelated to the EU project, and it was always naive to expect that Brexit would solve that problem.

    Albanians can travel freely within the EU, as tourists, for three months.
    Albanian criminals alas are well known in the Netherlands.
    One of the main Brexit motivations was to control the immigration from E Europe.
    Those trying to go to Britain are easily recognised, they hardly have any luggage at the airport.
    Nothing can be done to prevent them coming.
    After the three months, if they’re caught, they can be send back.
    Nothing prevents them from returning the next day.

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  21. @eah
    Actually, it's been obvious for some time -- hasn't it? -- that only explicit White Nationalism will save America.

    https://twitter.com/BasedMonitored/status/977377740298047490

    There is an interesting change in Germany.
    Seehofer, Merkel’s minister of police, etc., talks about Heimat, a word difficult to translate, but meaning something like the land of our forefathers.
    Merkel’s idea is ‘Islam belongs te Germany’, Seehofer just says ‘Islam is in Germany’.
    To the great chagrin of those labeled as left, open society etc., the movement is to the right, nationalism.
    Tensions rise in the process, with the usual words, fascism, discrimination, etc.
    In Amsterdam the new parties FvD, nationalist, and DENK, Islamic, both got three seats.
    In my opinion DENK is as harmful for Muslims as Israel is for jews.
    More and more difficult to govern the Netherlands.

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  22. Horzabky says:

    When Trump was elected, I thought that it was a one-day victory for the white working class.

    I cheered, because a one-day victory is still better than a long string of defeats.

    This being said, the article puts it like it is.

    The Trump tragedy is a very bad omen indeed. It means that there won’t be any significant change in policy unless the system actually collapses. Which in my humble opinion it will do, worldwide, somewhere between 2020 and 2030.

    Our national leaders are decadent, but they are not stupid. They know that our cushy way of life is doomed. But even smart people are led by their emotions. Theresa May, for instance, acts as if she wanted war with Russia. Why? Because, in my humble opinion again, she knows the real data. Britain is doomed, and to escape the abyss, the ruling class can’t imagine any other solution than a war, which they think would reunite the British nation (if such a thing still exists; multiculturalism means that you don’t have a nation anymore, but several nations sharing the same territory) and after which the world will be new again.

    Just like it was after 1945, when Europe was rebuilt and became more prosperous that it had ever been, and America rose to the apex of civilization and power.

    The post war era was good even for the vanquished, and I suspect that this mere fact left a deep imprint on the Western psyche. War is not a tragedy, because the good guys win in the end, and after the war, life is good for everybody, even for yesterday’s villains.

    But unfortunately it won’t happen next time, because already deleted petroleum reserves will stay deleted. And since we’ve burned the easy to extract half of the resource, after a great war or a global collapse, a ravaged world won’t be able anymore to extract oil from the bottom of the ocean or process shale oil. Sometimes, you fall to never rise again. Don’t expect revolutionary scientific breakthroughs either. Modern research costs plenty, and the money (real money) just won’t be there, in the agrarian societies of tomorrow.

    Theresa May and people like her may not be consciously yearning for war, but still, they are. War is part of the human DNA, that’s why little boys spontaneously play war, and our favorite games, like soccer and chess, are simulated battles. We humans have an instinct which tells us that, when the situation looks truly desperate, war is the solution. When reason tells us that a problem has no solution, we rely on our instincts, and our instincts tell us that, when all else fails, there is still is a solution. War.

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    In my opinion the May show is no more than paying the price the EU wants for remaining in the common market.
    The EU on the one hand wants to increase the economic war against Russia, on the other it must prevent that after Brexit GB develops close economic ties with Russia.
    The remain in the common market ticket is temporarily, when the agreed period is over a further price can be asked, the Brussels imperialists think, I suppose.

    Alas, Merkel is on her way out, her minister of police etc. begins playing the nationalist card, resistance in France against Macron is rising, and how the euro country Italy can be saved nobody knows.
    These two staggering leaders want more Europe.

    On top of all this misery, the until some time ago biggest bank in the world, Deutsche Bank, once 100.000 employees worldwide, now 50.000, may soon collapse, share prices dropping daily for the past week, transaction volumes in shares from 25.000 to even 35.000, where 8.000 is normal.
    The derivates DB owns are said to be staggering, over thirty trillion, the EU total national income, in comparison, is less than ten trillion.

    Varoufakis predicted a world wide crash which will make look 1929 child's play in comparison.
    Cannot imagine that the EU survives this crash, the populations will look to the national governments for food, the rationing thereof, etc.
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  23. Help it burn. Ignite racial animus at every turn, remit as little as possible to your slavers in the District of ZioWakanda. Buy ammo and guns. If you see David ZOG trip him. When saying goodbye to a hebrew, say “Jew folks have a nice evening”. Slur your words slightly.

    The jews are the worst losers on the planet. I aspire to top their high score. They’ve gleefully tortured us. Now it’s our turn. I will enjoy burning down their temple of poz.

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    "They’ve gleefully tortured us. Now it’s our turn. I will enjoy burning down their temple of poz."

    Vox Day has a spot for you writing fantasy fiction. Contact Castalia House for more information.
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  24. The fact that Trump is a sad excuse for a human being and a conman has been pretty obvious since the 1980s. It was never clear to me why conservatives believed this man had really changed his spots.

    The one and only issue where Trump really does seem to have some principles and conviction is trade. He has certainly defied the Deep State, and most of his donors, on that issue and he may yet force China to cave and open their economy to Western corporations. If he pulls that off, he will deserve some credit.

    And really, despite his lack of structural change to immigration laws, the ICE does seem to have become a lot more zealous under Trump’s watch than it would have been under Hillary, so there is that. Problem is Trump is actually looking a lot like Obama – a lot of symbolic gestures that will probably be instantly reversed by the next President (whether Dem or GOP), but no real influence over congress and very little substantive legislative changes. From Carter to Obama and now Trump the record of “outsiders” in the White House is pretty pathetic.

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    Social worker and business dealer. They do have a lot in common but from different classes. Both do not seek real change or real victory. Merely a better re-arrangement of the cards
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  25. Mr. Anon says:

    This is quite a recent development, which bears watching. The old commies at The Nation magazine got the ball rolling earlier this month with an article calling ICE “incompatible with democracy and human rights.”[It’s Time to Abolish ICE | A mass-deportation strike force is incompatible with democracy and human rights, By Sean McElwee, March 9, 2018] Now the cry is being raised all over the CultMarx-o-sphere: “Abolish ICE!”

    I.C.E. – I. Can’t. Even.

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  26. Mr. Anon says:

    Trump got elected largely on the promise to deal with out of control immigration and end, or at least reduce, U.S. involvement in foreign adventures. The direction his policies and personnel choices have taken is nothing less than a betrayal of his campaign promises.

    If I had wanted Jeb Bush as President, I would have voted for Jeb Bush.

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    When Trump was running it was immigration, immigration, immigration (Latino immigration), but once in office it was Iran, Iran, Iran.

    Oh, he did do the whole "stop migration from Muslims nations", that was to give him chops, and allow his legions of hasbara Zionist paid trolls to say "look he is trying to stop immigration".

    I have lived many places in the once great country, and I have rarely seen Muslims anywhere, and if they did migrate here, God bless them, they are likely running from our Zionist directed wars on them.

    But from one side of this country to the other you see hordes of Latinos, swarming into this country.
    Zionist Jews worked to keep our borders open, but more nefariously they worked to destabilize the countries they came from to ensure migration. And the Zionist Jews then used their media to demonize anyone who questioned open borders. They used filthy organizations like the "Southern Poverty Law Center" to bully Americans who dared to and resist the invasion. And behind the scenes they used Real Estate Law, and US loan requirement to ensure they could buy homes...

    I have seen these acts all with my own eyes, and I am sure there is even more they do we don't see.
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  27. Is This the End?

    Yes. Even the hardcore Trumpist Audacious Epigone has thrown in the towel.

    In theory Britain will leave the EU a year from now, March 29th 2019, but there is no certainty this will actually happen.

    90%+ chance that it will. However, you are correct that the changes will be more cosmetic than real.

    Elsewhere he gloated over the extravagant increase in military funding—taxpayer money that will be piddled away in chasing bandits futilely around the Hindu Kush…

    Considering recent cadre changes, that would be a relatively good outcome.

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    This doesn't negate Trump's role as presaging what is to come. Moses to the impending Joshua, John the Baptist to the impending Jesus, Gracchi to the impending Sulla, Caesar to the impending Augustus--take your pick. It's clear now that Trump is just the warning shot, not the war bringer.
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  28. Realist says:

    Is This the End?

    Yes, finally.

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  29. Realist says:
    @Anonymous
    Most people don't know: Trump begged Nikki Haley to be his Secretary of State the day after he was elected.

    So, you see, he was never who he claimed to be in the campaign.

    It appears so.

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  30. Deschutes says:

    Wow I could barely make it through this crap article. Thoroughly revolting, thoroughly racist. Especially sick is how Derbyshire is mad that there isn’t a giant concrete wall going up between Mexico and USA; or that there aren’t 5000 more ICE agents ‘keeping America safe’ from immigrants. He also wants more border security (!?!?), as if the USA’s borders are not militarized enough already? Evidently Derbyshire doesn’t feel safe enough with the hyper-security at American airports: 80 year old white ladies being told to take off their shoes, being escorted to an inspection room and being told to take off their dress under suspicion of drug smuggling or maybe a bomb hidden somewhere, ya know….we gotta make sure–anybody could be a terrorist m’am.

    This shit article, along with the ‘race/ethnicity’ section’s eugenics articles makes me come to the conclusion that this is a pretty shitty, backwards website.

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    FOAD, troll.
    , @Clyde
    I am going to guess that you are a libertarian crank.
    , @Mr. Anon

    80 year old white ladies being told to take off their shoes, being escorted to an inspection room and being told to take off their dress under suspicion of drug smuggling or maybe a bomb hidden somewhere, ya know….we gotta make sure–anybody could be a terrorist m’am.
     
    And what is the cause of these outrages? Why have airports in this country become Bill-of-Rights-free-zones? Because we permitted immigration from muslim nations. We imported problems we never used to have, so our ham-handed government deals with them the way they deal with every such problem - by treating all of the rest of US as criminals.

    It's called anarcho-tyranny. Look it up, idiot.

    Oh, and by the way, f**k you too.
    , @MBlanc46
    You seem to have stumbled into the wrong tavern, buddy. Maybe you ought to just ease out before anyone takes any notice of you.
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  31. Anon[898] • Disclaimer says:

    The end of what? Of the fiction? Of a chapter of the fiction maybe. New chapters will come, with other acts to perform for the same actors, or newly placed actors sent into the stage.

    Elections don’t elect the countries’ government. Democracy was actual, perhaps, for some 2-5 decades.
    As in Athens before. Democracy’s inherent nature makes it short-lasting.

    The people need the illusion of choice — not the burden of choices; beyond the surface politics comply with their real, unconscious wishes.

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    As Mark Twain once said,"if elections actually made a difference, they would not let us do it".

    The Zionist bankers have been in control for decades, if not a century, and what havoc they have wrought on this once great country.
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  32. Brabantian says: • Website

    Let us ponder whether Donald John Trump is a heroic, deeply tragic figure … a guy with his heart partly in the right place, but blackmailed by the US Deep State, under terrible threats we can only imagine, Trump trying to survive one month at a time so he can do some good in the world despite it all

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    "Tragic figure", you mean paid Zionist whore!

    Zionist number one weapon against white nations are open borders, and time and again Chump has folded on border enforcement.

    Trump has spent his life knee deep in Zionist filth, and you act like he did not know, naive is not the word that comes to mind.

    You people who deny 1+1+2 are doing more to harm America than the ones actually making these destructive laws.

    To be fair, often enough these days, people who continue the false narrative that "Chump is an American firster, who is being pushed to go against his true desires", are often enough themselves paid Hasbara trolls, so if that is the case, that is better then being so stupid as to buy this nonsense.

    And we saw the same thing when Obama was in office, and his useful idiots supported all his Wall Street/Zionist actions, all the while accepting that it was "because of the republicans".
    , @George
    I sort of agree, he is being held hostage. Trump had a base but not a coalition. He really has no back up. When Harding won in 1920, he actually had a huge congressional delegation, mass support, newspapers, ect. Trump basically has a couple of sympathetic congressmen and an army of internet ranters. Probably things would have worked out better if Hillary won, we might even have gotten lucky and there would be President Kaine by now.

    About the only thing I like is moving the embassy from spectacular oceanfront Tel-Aviv to hot crummy Jerusalem. Believe it or not the US embassy and the ambassador's residence are oceanfront property. Please god, make them sell it. Even more amusing is other nations might be forced to follow suit.
    , @Sin City Milla
    Maybe he's doing this to avoid ending up like Kennedy. It would be better if he ended up like Allende.
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  33. Randal says:

    From my point of view, as a foreigner who is primarily concerned about the US’s literally stupid interventionist foreign policy, the final nail in the coffin of any hope for anything useful from Trump was the appointment of Bonkers Bolton to his team. An appointment which pretty much in itself gives the lie to all candidate Trump’s big words in campaigning, distancing himself from Bush era interventionism.

    As a conservative I tend to sympathise with Derbyshire’s views on his own country’s domestic policies as well, though.

    I wonder if in future this will be taught as one of the key moments in the ending of any possibility of compromise and the final turn of the US towards disorder and breakup. It is basically saying that there is no democratic solution to the problem of mass immigration and intentionally imposed demographic revolution.

    In the short term there is only collapse and disillusion for Trumpists, a Democrat resurgence in the polls as their side is reenergised, and the Trump regime dragging on achieving nothing, while the left takes its revenge, and the ongoing irrelevant question of whether Trump sees out his term or gets impeached – if they even bother, generates heat but no light.

    There’s a feeling here that a huge moment of opportunity has passed, and been missed.

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    Very possibly. But if so, it will be more than one missed opportunity. He can choose to be transformative or just another Pres.
    , @jilles dykstra
    Kennedy thought he governed the USA, he was killed.
    I suppose Trump has not the intention to follow the same path.
    Keep your enemies close, is the proverb.
    Bolton is so stupid that in his time at the UN staff had great difficulty keeping their laughter when dealing with him.
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  34. Amasius says:

    The Trump Presidency in a gif:

    Throw a shit grenade, then run run RUN!

    (better known as “4D chess” and its variants)

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  35. @Randal
    From my point of view, as a foreigner who is primarily concerned about the US's literally stupid interventionist foreign policy, the final nail in the coffin of any hope for anything useful from Trump was the appointment of Bonkers Bolton to his team. An appointment which pretty much in itself gives the lie to all candidate Trump's big words in campaigning, distancing himself from Bush era interventionism.

    As a conservative I tend to sympathise with Derbyshire's views on his own country's domestic policies as well, though.

    I wonder if in future this will be taught as one of the key moments in the ending of any possibility of compromise and the final turn of the US towards disorder and breakup. It is basically saying that there is no democratic solution to the problem of mass immigration and intentionally imposed demographic revolution.

    In the short term there is only collapse and disillusion for Trumpists, a Democrat resurgence in the polls as their side is reenergised, and the Trump regime dragging on achieving nothing, while the left takes its revenge, and the ongoing irrelevant question of whether Trump sees out his term or gets impeached - if they even bother, generates heat but no light.

    There's a feeling here that a huge moment of opportunity has passed, and been missed.

    Very possibly. But if so, it will be more than one missed opportunity. He can choose to be transformative or just another Pres.

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    He can choose to be transformative
     
    Looks from here as though that boat has already sailed without him on board.

    "Transformative" doesn't have someone like Bolton riding it.

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  36. MEH 0910 says:

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    I say to Congress: I will NEVER sign another bill like this again.
     
    Congress replies (laughing out loud) to Trump: "who cares what you say, you're only around for two more years, if you're lucky....."

    I'm calling on Congress to give me a line-item veto for all govt spending bills
     
    Dream on, schmuck.

    As a matter of National Security I've signed the Omnibus Spending Bill
     
    Flannelled by dishonest RINO advisers into signing his own political death warrant because national security. What an oaf!
    , @tjm
    WORDS, trump is very good at reading his lines from his Zionist masters...he is a puppet, and can read lines, nothing more.
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    @MEH 0910
    https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/977319371277156352

    I say to Congress: I will NEVER sign another bill like this again.

    Congress replies (laughing out loud) to Trump: “who cares what you say, you’re only around for two more years, if you’re lucky…..”

    I’m calling on Congress to give me a line-item veto for all govt spending bills

    Dream on, schmuck.

    As a matter of National Security I’ve signed the Omnibus Spending Bill

    Flannelled by dishonest RINO advisers into signing his own political death warrant because national security. What an oaf!

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    Your an idot if you are placing Trump as a counter to the ZIONIST CONTROLLED CONGRESS!

    Who the hell put Chump into office, ZIONISTS!
    Who tells us Chump is an "American firster" even as he breaks every real promise, the ZIONIST MEDIA!

    You really have to be pretty stupid to buy this stuff again and again, at some point being naive becomes treason. We have well passed that point. Anyone with a brain passed that point when Chump did not kill DACA but "sent it to congress to get it right", BS!
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  38. @Deschutes
    Wow I could barely make it through this crap article. Thoroughly revolting, thoroughly racist. Especially sick is how Derbyshire is mad that there isn't a giant concrete wall going up between Mexico and USA; or that there aren't 5000 more ICE agents 'keeping America safe' from immigrants. He also wants more border security (!?!?), as if the USA's borders are not militarized enough already? Evidently Derbyshire doesn't feel safe enough with the hyper-security at American airports: 80 year old white ladies being told to take off their shoes, being escorted to an inspection room and being told to take off their dress under suspicion of drug smuggling or maybe a bomb hidden somewhere, ya know....we gotta make sure–anybody could be a terrorist m'am.

    This shit article, along with the 'race/ethnicity' section's eugenics articles makes me come to the conclusion that this is a pretty shitty, backwards website.

    FOAD, troll.

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  39. anonymous[147] • Disclaimer says:

    I agree. Not hiring loyalists en masse as priority #1 was a fatal error. I can’t understand why he keeps shuffling all these godawful people around. Does he just not get it? Does he see somebody on TV that he likes– DiGenova, Kudlow, Bolton– and that’s how he hires, when he finally does? It seems to me Bannon would have been capable of having fulfilled the necessary role of picking good people to be around Trump.

    And Sarah Sanders is awful. Trump has needed and needs a pro media team out there setting the narrative. Every day at the podium Sanders is a giant negation, just reacting and soaking up damage, and she will never grow.

    Trump sure could have used a competent media team yesterday. He could have vetoed the bill and sent his proxies on an all-out assault on Ryan and McConnell and the rest of the RINOs. Instead he took it up the ass in the worst moment of his Presidency.

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  40. Randal says:
    @EliteCommInc.
    Very possibly. But if so, it will be more than one missed opportunity. He can choose to be transformative or just another Pres.

    He can choose to be transformative

    Looks from here as though that boat has already sailed without him on board.

    “Transformative” doesn’t have someone like Bolton riding it.

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  41. Clyde says:
    @Thomm
    Well, Derb is also an economic leftist*, so this is just a quibble of subgroups.

    *Derb says real estate purchases should be restricted by the race of the purchaser, even if the buyer wants to pay fair-market value. He even expresses surprise that Chinese purchases of US real estate are not blocked. That is economic leftism.

    *Derb says real estate purchases should be restricted by the race of the purchaser, even if the buyer wants to pay fair-market value. He even expresses surprise that Chinese purchases of US real estate are not blocked. That is economic leftism.

    This is economic nationalism and no one here cares about your dopey posts or has his mind charged. Troll.

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    Yes, in your quest for 'Nationalism', you also advocate socialism. The two often are paired.

    Remember, untalented people (like you) want intra-white socialism. Talented, driven people prefer small government, free market, high liberty societies (like America was in the past).
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  42. Clyde says:
    @Deschutes
    Wow I could barely make it through this crap article. Thoroughly revolting, thoroughly racist. Especially sick is how Derbyshire is mad that there isn't a giant concrete wall going up between Mexico and USA; or that there aren't 5000 more ICE agents 'keeping America safe' from immigrants. He also wants more border security (!?!?), as if the USA's borders are not militarized enough already? Evidently Derbyshire doesn't feel safe enough with the hyper-security at American airports: 80 year old white ladies being told to take off their shoes, being escorted to an inspection room and being told to take off their dress under suspicion of drug smuggling or maybe a bomb hidden somewhere, ya know....we gotta make sure–anybody could be a terrorist m'am.

    This shit article, along with the 'race/ethnicity' section's eugenics articles makes me come to the conclusion that this is a pretty shitty, backwards website.

    I am going to guess that you are a libertarian crank.

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    He sounds more like a conservatard to me.
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  43. @Horzabky
    When Trump was elected, I thought that it was a one-day victory for the white working class.

    I cheered, because a one-day victory is still better than a long string of defeats.

    This being said, the article puts it like it is.

    The Trump tragedy is a very bad omen indeed. It means that there won't be any significant change in policy unless the system actually collapses. Which in my humble opinion it will do, worldwide, somewhere between 2020 and 2030.

    Our national leaders are decadent, but they are not stupid. They know that our cushy way of life is doomed. But even smart people are led by their emotions. Theresa May, for instance, acts as if she wanted war with Russia. Why? Because, in my humble opinion again, she knows the real data. Britain is doomed, and to escape the abyss, the ruling class can't imagine any other solution than a war, which they think would reunite the British nation (if such a thing still exists; multiculturalism means that you don't have a nation anymore, but several nations sharing the same territory) and after which the world will be new again.

    Just like it was after 1945, when Europe was rebuilt and became more prosperous that it had ever been, and America rose to the apex of civilization and power.

    The post war era was good even for the vanquished, and I suspect that this mere fact left a deep imprint on the Western psyche. War is not a tragedy, because the good guys win in the end, and after the war, life is good for everybody, even for yesterday's villains.

    But unfortunately it won't happen next time, because already deleted petroleum reserves will stay deleted. And since we've burned the easy to extract half of the resource, after a great war or a global collapse, a ravaged world won't be able anymore to extract oil from the bottom of the ocean or process shale oil. Sometimes, you fall to never rise again. Don't expect revolutionary scientific breakthroughs either. Modern research costs plenty, and the money (real money) just won't be there, in the agrarian societies of tomorrow.

    Theresa May and people like her may not be consciously yearning for war, but still, they are. War is part of the human DNA, that's why little boys spontaneously play war, and our favorite games, like soccer and chess, are simulated battles. We humans have an instinct which tells us that, when the situation looks truly desperate, war is the solution. When reason tells us that a problem has no solution, we rely on our instincts, and our instincts tell us that, when all else fails, there is still is a solution. War.

    In my opinion the May show is no more than paying the price the EU wants for remaining in the common market.
    The EU on the one hand wants to increase the economic war against Russia, on the other it must prevent that after Brexit GB develops close economic ties with Russia.
    The remain in the common market ticket is temporarily, when the agreed period is over a further price can be asked, the Brussels imperialists think, I suppose.

    Alas, Merkel is on her way out, her minister of police etc. begins playing the nationalist card, resistance in France against Macron is rising, and how the euro country Italy can be saved nobody knows.
    These two staggering leaders want more Europe.

    On top of all this misery, the until some time ago biggest bank in the world, Deutsche Bank, once 100.000 employees worldwide, now 50.000, may soon collapse, share prices dropping daily for the past week, transaction volumes in shares from 25.000 to even 35.000, where 8.000 is normal.
    The derivates DB owns are said to be staggering, over thirty trillion, the EU total national income, in comparison, is less than ten trillion.

    Varoufakis predicted a world wide crash which will make look 1929 child’s play in comparison.
    Cannot imagine that the EU survives this crash, the populations will look to the national governments for food, the rationing thereof, etc.

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  44. @Randal
    From my point of view, as a foreigner who is primarily concerned about the US's literally stupid interventionist foreign policy, the final nail in the coffin of any hope for anything useful from Trump was the appointment of Bonkers Bolton to his team. An appointment which pretty much in itself gives the lie to all candidate Trump's big words in campaigning, distancing himself from Bush era interventionism.

    As a conservative I tend to sympathise with Derbyshire's views on his own country's domestic policies as well, though.

    I wonder if in future this will be taught as one of the key moments in the ending of any possibility of compromise and the final turn of the US towards disorder and breakup. It is basically saying that there is no democratic solution to the problem of mass immigration and intentionally imposed demographic revolution.

    In the short term there is only collapse and disillusion for Trumpists, a Democrat resurgence in the polls as their side is reenergised, and the Trump regime dragging on achieving nothing, while the left takes its revenge, and the ongoing irrelevant question of whether Trump sees out his term or gets impeached - if they even bother, generates heat but no light.

    There's a feeling here that a huge moment of opportunity has passed, and been missed.

    Kennedy thought he governed the USA, he was killed.
    I suppose Trump has not the intention to follow the same path.
    Keep your enemies close, is the proverb.
    Bolton is so stupid that in his time at the UN staff had great difficulty keeping their laughter when dealing with him.

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  45. Corvinus says:
    @eah
    Actually, it's been obvious for some time -- hasn't it? -- that only explicit White Nationalism will save America.

    https://twitter.com/BasedMonitored/status/977377740298047490

    “Actually, it’s been obvious for some time — hasn’t it? — that only explicit White Nationalism will save America.”

    Except Whites are other than monolithic. So it clearly not obvious. But best wishes on your endeavor.

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    Except Whites are other than monolithic.
     
    You are correct. We are not monolithic. Plus, any study of HBD will reveal that white variance is extremely high. Hence, medians and averages are of little utility in describing us.

    Since white variance is so high :

    White males range from near-supermen of exceptional all-round ability to losers of stunningly low merit (the White Trashionalists).

    While female range from perfect 10s of exquisite beauty to fat bluehaired monsters that are the only race of women pushing 'feminism' to such an extreme degree.

    Needless to say, this sort of high variance makes the modern version of white nationalism impossible. It is not lost on us that the bottom 20% of white males just want intra-white socialism, and that is the core basis of their pleas for 'white nationalism'.

    Simply for pointing this out, the WN wiggers here have variously called me a Jew, a Chinese, and most often, an Indian (all of whom are far more desirable to have in America than WN wiggers).

    This variance is the crux of white disunity.

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  46. Corvinus says:
    @RabbiHighComma
    Help it burn. Ignite racial animus at every turn, remit as little as possible to your slavers in the District of ZioWakanda. Buy ammo and guns. If you see David ZOG trip him. When saying goodbye to a hebrew, say "Jew folks have a nice evening". Slur your words slightly.

    The jews are the worst losers on the planet. I aspire to top their high score. They've gleefully tortured us. Now it's our turn. I will enjoy burning down their temple of poz.

    “They’ve gleefully tortured us. Now it’s our turn. I will enjoy burning down their temple of poz.”

    Vox Day has a spot for you writing fantasy fiction. Contact Castalia House for more information.

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  47. Iberiano says:
    @niteranger
    It's been over for a long time. I think I said this before but America is controlled by a Corporate Fascist Military- Intelligence Industrial Police State. And so is most of the world. Constant War right out of Orwell for their Jewish overloads. It only took the Zionists a little over a year to take complete control of the Whitehouse and this country with the final appointment of the Zionist Suckmonger, Bolton. Both sides, the Democrats and the Republicans are against all whites and Western Civilization.

    Economically, environmentally, and socially this country has a good chance of total collapse in our life time. When morons like Kamilia Harris scream that California is the future.....you know there is no future. With over 30% of America's Welfare roster located in America's first Communist State it's just a matter of time.

    This is the gang-banging of America. Overwhelming the systems and trying to force America into another Communist Jewish Utopia. You should fear for your safety. The Jews murdered millions of Christians during the Bolshevik Revolution. Read Aleksandr Isayevich Solzhenitsyn. There will be an attempt to kill whites just like they killed the Christians. That's what the 24 hour 365 days a year attack on whites is all about by the Jewish Masters and their Black Slaves which they will quickly toss on the ash heap of history when they are done with them. The constant indoctrination of whites are the problems...they are preparing the masses.

    Trump actually thought he was going to be President. The Zionist control every aspect of our society----he never had a chance. Everything in America has to be approved by the Zionists. America was the last hope for civilization. Europe is done. You should hope for the big earthquake in California.......

    I don’t think people can dismiss the substance of what you’ve written here, even Normies that held their nose and voted for him. The hiring of Bolton was the reddest of red flags, if anyone had spent 5 minutes listening to the guy over the last, say, 20 years or so. War fumes through his self-righteous nostrils like a Puritan elder looking for his next witch to burn at the stake.

    It truly is sad, but perhaps expected. about 250 years is what we got, but before we get sentimental, let’s remember, many of those years were spent in wars, and rumors of wars, killing others, killing ourselves, sending our boys off to die, while here at home the elites danced under beautiful crystal chandeliers, and married off their daughters to other elites, passed land back and forth (and created National Parks for land they couldn’t manage to have).

    Fast forward to the last 50 years, the elites drove their Cadillacs and Lincolns through and past the cities of despair where drugs and violence are rampant and white Normies had to flee, from the crime, the dangerous schools…the cars and styles may have changed, mustaches have come in and out of fashion, the drugs have changed, the demographics may have tilted (to their liking), but the Elites never worried…it was all ballroom, all nite, under the beautiful chandeliers.

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  48. Trump is a puppet of the Zionists and anyone who has any hope in Trump after signing this phony budget and appointing Bolton is a fool.

    War with Russia is on the horizon.

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  49. Bugg says:

    GAME OVER.

    Trump had a chance to be great. Instead he capitulated. He did spare us Hillary Clinton, but appears that merely was a small pothole for the Deep State, GOPe, CoC, the interventionists and free traders.

    Dems will clean up in the midterms. And really what’s the difference.

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    It is FAR FAR more likely the case that Chump was a Zionist plant all along.


    The evidence of Trump being an "American firster" is all MSM conjecture, meant to fool the foolish.

    Trump is a globalist, Zionist, my his own admission, but for some it seems no amount of evidence to the contrary can break the illusion that Trump is a good guy...

    A man from Jew York City, a "real estate billionaire"(which anyone with a brain knows, you don't make money in NYC without being a patsy to the Zionist jew bankers), he was backed by Sheldon Adleson, and Peter Theil, marched in the Zionist parade in NYC...and once in office filled his cabinet with Zionists, an act somehow blamed on the "deep state", like they make such choices.

    Perhaps you could enlighten us to where you get this great trust in Trump, and I hope it's more than what your reading from today's Zionist hasbara "talking points".
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  50. @Buzz Mohawk
    Yes this is the end. The end of my support for Trump at least. He is now complete and utter bullshit. It is over.

    And since he was the only choice, and because there appears no other, there is little more to say than this: We do not have a country, and we never will.

    We are, indeed, doomed.

    Democracy is finished, leaving you two choices; become a revolutionary (and that means for real, not joining the next incarnation of the Tea Party), or relax poolside and make yourself as much of a drain on the system as you can.

    Just don’t wallow in despair.

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  51. anonymous[340] • Disclaimer says:
    @EliteCommInc.
    DACA and immigration are a huge disappointment I really thought that the election sent two messages:

    1. he had the courage to stand the heat and
    2. he had enough voter support to stick to his agenda.

    He had the support, but not the courage to stick to his convictions/agenda - that is disappointing in more ways than one. Bit it remains early. I knew he was situational, what I didn't bank on was a complete abandonment without so much as a fight.


    DACA, good grief. That's a bizarre comment, the politics are essentially worthless, when you have granted your basic positions away without a fight. The liberals don't care if DACA is limbo -- the fact remains one million illegals have been granted a form of amnesty. Which does not bode well for any further push back against immigration restriction.


    But the agenda I voted for remains. So the fight continues. Here's a man who has battled incredible odds winning was always going to be easier than governing . . .

    It’s December 28, yet some still sit before the hearth, hearing hoofbeats on the roof, waiting for Santa to drop down the chimney.

    Those expecting ANY electable politician to do anything but deliver for the Establishment are wishful children.

    Stop voting. In withholding consent, you can at least send a message and maintain some personal dignity.

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    Exatly, they may have taken over our elections, but that does not mean we have to buy into the lies.

    Regardless of how we vote, they will always make it appear their man was going to win.

    Remember when Bush ran the second time against Kerry, and Kerry, even in the face of extreme voter irregularity, and promising to challenge every vote, quickly acquiesced and did not contest the results...

    Or when Bush ran against Gore and the "Supreme Court" stepped in to spot the votes...

    Though I believe since 9/11, it is all academic, I believe 9/11 was the final steps in Zionists fully taking over the US government.
    , @jacques sheete

    Those expecting ANY electable politician to do anything but deliver for the Establishment are wishful children.
     
    True. Easily suckered ones at that. Will they ever learn?


    But there are foes within our own country far more dangerous than those without, and there is a wide difference of opinion as to how we should deal with our domestic foes.

    Note. — Nothing is more childish than to place too much responsibility on one man, no matter what his position.

    -Charles August Lindbergh , Why Is Your Country At War And What Happens To You After The War: And Related Subjects , p 42 (1917)

    https://archive.org/stream/whyisyourcountr00lindgoog/whyisyourcountr00lindgoog_djvu.txt
     
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  52. @Diversity Heretic
    Sadly, I agree with John that "Trumpism" is no longer being advanced by Donald J. Trump. But I take strange solace in the fact that California is increasingly defying the national government. True, it is on an issue on which I am on the other side: facilitating the invasion of California by illegal infiltrators. But if California can defy the national government on this issue and get away with it, other states, or groups of states, may find the inspiration to similarly defy the national government on other issues. Those of us on the alt- or dissident right need to start thinking beyond the United States (the Deep State, as John articulately points out, is embedded in Washington DC and can never be rooted out) and how North America can be reorganized politically. It may be the work of generations, but we must have a vision.

    This is true. Liberal disparagement of Southern secession is now turned to support for California secession. That they won’t be consistent in supporting other secessions matters little now. If California can live without Colorado river water, then it could be a decent independent country, so long as the rest of the USA doesn’t have to accept immigrants from there.

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  53. Dr. X says:
    @Buzz Mohawk
    Yes this is the end. The end of my support for Trump at least. He is now complete and utter bullshit. It is over.

    And since he was the only choice, and because there appears no other, there is little more to say than this: We do not have a country, and we never will.

    We are, indeed, doomed.

    Yeah. I hate to say it, but this looks like the end for White America. Trump was always a flawed candidate, and we all knew he was merely a last-ditch attempt to avoid the utter destruction of white, male America imminent under a Hillary presidency.

    Now that Trump’s been fully cucked, we’re out of options. The next Democrat administration will repeal the tax cut, ban and start confiscating guns, and open the borders to an unlimited number of swarthy Third World hordes. Affirmative action, which is, for practical purposes already permanent, will morph into government persecution of whites. Lesbians and transgenders will control out military, police, and the NSA and will prosecute any speech they deem “offensive.”

    Racially, the country will become a North American Brazil, but politically it will be Orwellian to neo-Soviet.

    A small clique of Jews and financial oligarchs will do OK, but the rest of us are well and truly fucked.

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    Problem is that there will be no one left to pay the bills.

    The saving grace is that ultimately this neo-Marxism is not sustainable.

    But yeah, I get it, no one seems to care for now.
    , @Sin City Milla
    There's still a way. If Trump puts 2 strict constructionists on SCOTUS. That is, people who can actually read English.
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  54. cezanne says:

    This was Bad! An awful budget that President Trump did not veto. However I am not in the inner circle and as such, am not able to see the reasons for this betrayal of the principles Trump ran on. My support for the best President in my lifetime has not wavered though. There are a lot of enemies of what Trump stands for in Washington. They won a battle, but a battle is not the war. I find it obscene that so many Trump voters are claiming they’re jumping ship. You butthurts are just like the snowflakes claiming they would leave this country if Trump won. Hey look, both sides of this coin have the face of a pussy! I say give Trump time. Stand your ground and lets’ see what the shakeout reveals. Instead what I’m hearing is a bunch of children crying “you don’t love me anymore mommy”! Merkel and M…May are Traitors to their people, It’s not the same with President Trump! There are a lot of enemies of Our President, let’s not stand with them and give them fodder. Stand up people, be a man, though buffeted by fierce winds, STAND!

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    Let me guess: you surfed in here from the Conservative Treehouse, right? If Trump is the best president of your lifetime, then you must be under 30. If you're older than that, then you're just an asshat shill for the GOP.
    , @Anonymous

    I am not in the inner circle and as such, am not able to see the reasons for this betrayal of the principles Trump ran on
     
    Reasons are ultimately irrelevant. Whether he did it out of fear, stupidity or ignorance might be important to people like you, his biographers and future historians. Most people voted for the policies - not the man - and without those policies, he's not the man they voted for anyway.

    Ultimately, Trump didn't create his base - they created him. Others will emerge and the game will enter a new stage. Alas, this stage will be very ugly since the slaves are becoming aware that they're slaves and the slavers are dropping the pretence. This is a self-reinforcing dynamic so even the most ignorant will lose the ability to sleep-walk through their own destruction with eyes-wide-shut.
    , @Nancy Pelosi's Latina Maid
    "My support for the best President in my lifetime has not wavered though."

    Conservative Treehouse called, they're missing a sycophant.
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  55. @Ann B.
    At this point, its obvious that Trump was as much of a lying con-man as Obama.

    The key tell is this. While partisans of both claim that their man is powerless to do anything else, the key thing to notice is that they don't fight it.

    Trump had a powerful political force behind him at the time of the 2016 elections. It was always obvious that Trump at best had only a minority faction behind him in Congress. And the beauracracy was packed with Hillary and Obama neo-liberals. Plus the pool of people Trump could likely appoint to the many positions he had to fill were the Bush neocons.

    Thus, it was rather unrealistic to expect Trump to have many successes in his first two years.

    However, what he could do is to fight and plan from day one to the fall elections in 2018 to use them to try to shift the power in Washington. Often, it doesn't matter if you lose on a particular vote. The key is to set the issues for the coming campaign.

    Trump needed to do to things. One was to try to take control of the swamp through some key appointments. Probably the best thing to do would be to try to put some key and loyal people into key positions, then wage the internal warfare for them to get control of their departments.

    The second and perhaps most important thing for Trump to do was to immediately start recruiting a strong slate of Trump loyalists to run for Congress. And Trump needed to challenge many sitting Republicans in the 2018 primaries. One key to doing this would be to fight for what he believes in, even if he loses those fights and votes. But Trump would be setting the stage to gain in Congress in 2018. Trump needed to fight for his foriegn policy agenda. Trump needed to fight for his wall. Trump needed to fight for his vision of how immigration should work. Even if he lost every vote in Congress, Trump would have been preparing the ground and setting the issues for the 2018 congressional campaigns.

    Instead, Trump has been completely rolled. Trump has proven to be incompetent at forming the key team of people around him. That's been in constant turmoil. Trump has been rolled on foreign policy. The deep state that endorsed Hillary is now firmly in control. Trump has been rolled on every issue. And as such, if a prospective candidate wanted to run backing Trump, what the heck would they run on as issues?

    If Trump was for real, he'd have fought such a battle. Instead, Trump turns out to have been a con-man who simply said whatever the crowd wanted to hear. Trump turned out to be too incompetent to pull any of it off. It turns out that running a family business does not prepare one for running a huge organization and beauracracy and the internal intrigues of control of the world's most powerful nation. And worst of all, Trump turned out to be weak and unwilling to fight for what he said that made the crowds cheer.

    The second and perhaps most important thing for Trump to do was to immediately start recruiting a strong slate of Trump loyalists to run for Congress. And Trump needed to challenge many sitting Republicans in the 2018 primaries. One key to doing this would be to fight for what he believes in, even if he loses those fights and votes. But Trump would be setting the stage to gain in Congress in 2018. Trump needed to fight for his foriegn policy agenda. Trump needed to fight for his wall. Trump needed to fight for his vision of how immigration should work. Even if he lost every vote in Congress, Trump would have been preparing the ground and setting the issues for the 2018 congressional campaigns.

    Yes.

    That would have been the logical next step, and he did not do it. To do it would have been to continue what he had begun with his successful presidential campaign. His election proved that there is enough support in the United States for what we would have, until now, called a Trumpist agenda. Trump never followed what we were convinced was his agenda!

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  56. Well, to be perfectly fair, if you apply a microscope to the budget bill’s two thousand-odd pages, you can find a teeny-tiny sort-of concession to Trumpism hidden in there among the gov-speranto.

    Now that’s a yoooge surprise, ain’t it?

    Demos
    Oh! what a lot of good things! Why it’s quite full! Oh! what a huge great part of this cake he kept for himself! [1220] He had only cut off the least little tiny piece for me.

    Sausage-Seller
    But this is what he has always done. Of everything he took, he only gave you the crumbs, and kept the bulk.

    - Aristophanes, The Knights, a play satirizing politicians, 424 BC

    http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/text?doc=Perseus%3Atext%3A1999.01.0034%3Acard%3D1191

    This sheet’s been going on for thousands of years, yet many keep the faith.

    But how about the things that sixty-three million of us voted for in 2016, awarding the Presidency to Donald Trump?

    Duped again. How does it feel to be suckered repeatedly?

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  57. Joe Hide says:

    This is just one small move in the Big Game. Spread your gaze out to decades and this will become apparent.
    North Korea has stopped launching missiles and has mostly stopped it’s political trash talk. The Syrian War is steadily being wound down. There was no nuclear confrontation between the world powers. The mainstream media is increasingly being exposed as incompetent, deceptive, predatory, and not worthy of viewing. False flags are ever more being exposed as….false flags. The waking up of the necessary percentage of humanity required to create positive local and global change has happened and is continuing. For the first time in a long time, the pieces on the chessboard (YOU &ME!) are having a say in how they are moved.
    Have A GOOD DAY!

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    thanks friend just would like to say have a MAGA day!
    , @tjm
    Nonsense

    The greatest threat to America has never been North Korea, or Syria, or Iran, it is MASS MIGRATION.

    STOPPING LATINO MASS MIGRATION IS WHAT GOT TRUMP INTO OFFICE, and since in office he has done less than "open borders Obama" did.

    California is now a banana republican, Zionist Jews have worked hard to destroy that state, it's politicians are now 100% open to Zionist priorities: anti guns, open border, sanctuary status, Israel gets to set it's own borders...

    the items you state are meaningless, America IS being taken over, and Latinos don't give a shit about OUR Constitution, just give them money for their anchor babies, and you will have their support. The items you mention are distractions, always have been. Not that Israel does not want Syria destroyed, but as far as America is concerned, it makes for another great distraction.
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  58. tjm says:
    @Buzz Mohawk
    Yes this is the end. The end of my support for Trump at least. He is now complete and utter bullshit. It is over.

    And since he was the only choice, and because there appears no other, there is little more to say than this: We do not have a country, and we never will.

    We are, indeed, doomed.

    “Trumpism” indeed.

    So, the story goes, a man who is from Jew York City, a man who was bailed out by Jew Banks, and whose business is run by Jews, who calls himself a Zionist and has marched in the Zionist parade, is friends with the Clintons, was bank rolled by Peter Theil and Sheldon Adleson, filled his Cabinet with Zionist filth…is actually an “American firster” because the Zionist media tells us so?

    Truths: 9/11 was the culmination of the final take over of the US governemnt by Zionist forces.
    Reagan, Clinton, Bush, Obama, Trump were all servants to the Zionist money machine.

    It is over, control of all aspects of media and entertainment by those who conspire against us, has taken away any opportunity to strike back, get out the message. If there is to be change, it will have to be a gift from God.

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  59. tjm says:
    @MEH 0910
    https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/977319371277156352

    WORDS, trump is very good at reading his lines from his Zionist masters…he is a puppet, and can read lines, nothing more.

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  60. Trump has discretion on how the money is spent for this is not a ‘Budget” per the Constitution, but a spending bill and to some particularly in the QAnon world are realizing that Trump just trolled the Deep State big time! He has now power to release such moneys at his schedule and thus can shut down say ‘Planned Parenthood” in exchange for what he wants, like judges and other appointments….

    Per the Wall: Trump now has $80 Billion extra, this year, for the Pentagon, where now President Trump can use such funds to have the Army Corp of Engineers to ‘Build the Wall”!

    https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/977303708760444934.html

    https://twitter.com/hublife?lang=en&lang=en

    Then there is spending for the IG (Inspector General)…Drain the Swamp!

    Page 546 For necessary expenses of the IG, 39.1M
    Page 556 Another 65M the IG
    Page 565 Another 4.8M for OIG
    Page 571 $5M for OIG, not to exceed $25M
    Page 573 14.7M for the OIG PAGE 578 19.9M for the OIG
    PAGE 581 $245 Million for OIG Sessions has a bankroll coming

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    You must have no memory

    Turn off the MSM it lies, Fox, MSNBC, CNN, BBC, NPR, and many on-line sources.

    The wall is a TRICK, arch Zionist traitor John McShame used it on Americans many times. They like to use a canard like a "wall", because such a structure needs Congressional assistance, and a wall can easily be held up indefinitely and conveniently be BLAMED ON LIBERALS when it does not get built.

    Trump did not kill DACA, he passed it to Congress, for any reasonable person, that should have signaled Chump's treason, and YOU HAD BEEN HAD!

    Trump COULD USE ICE, but in reality, not in your fantasy land, Chump has deported fewer illegals than DID OPEN BORDERS OBAMA!

    Chump, maybe like you, is a filthy Zionist traitor who talks the talk for America,s but backs Zionists 100%!
    , @MarkinLA
    And the minute some low level judge issues an injunction Trump will cave.
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  61. tjm says:
    @Randal

    I say to Congress: I will NEVER sign another bill like this again.
     
    Congress replies (laughing out loud) to Trump: "who cares what you say, you're only around for two more years, if you're lucky....."

    I'm calling on Congress to give me a line-item veto for all govt spending bills
     
    Dream on, schmuck.

    As a matter of National Security I've signed the Omnibus Spending Bill
     
    Flannelled by dishonest RINO advisers into signing his own political death warrant because national security. What an oaf!

    Your an idot if you are placing Trump as a counter to the ZIONIST CONTROLLED CONGRESS!

    Who the hell put Chump into office, ZIONISTS!
    Who tells us Chump is an “American firster” even as he breaks every real promise, the ZIONIST MEDIA!

    You really have to be pretty stupid to buy this stuff again and again, at some point being naive becomes treason. We have well passed that point. Anyone with a brain passed that point when Chump did not kill DACA but “sent it to congress to get it right”, BS!

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  62. Trump is capitulating now openly.
    From Brennan to Bolton.
    And he even will not get a Trump Tower in Moscow.
    International communism is on the march.
    No way to stopping it.
    White power in USA will be eliminated.
    There are too many white Traitors.
    Zionist Globalists are forcing whites to commit a Hara-Kiri.
    They are standing behind kneeling whites with a sword.
    So they can serve them with coup de grace.
    …………………………………………………………………………….
    Putin is very smart.
    He revived Christianity in Holy Russia.

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    He revived Christianity in Holy Russia.
     
    No slavoid! Christianity is simply pagan polytheist human worship... a sanitised version of Hinduism for the "superior" western sensibilities. Father, Mother, Child, Ghost... it has plagiarised it all from those heathens.

    More "Godless" than "Holy."
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  63. @niteranger
    It's been over for a long time. I think I said this before but America is controlled by a Corporate Fascist Military- Intelligence Industrial Police State. And so is most of the world. Constant War right out of Orwell for their Jewish overloads. It only took the Zionists a little over a year to take complete control of the Whitehouse and this country with the final appointment of the Zionist Suckmonger, Bolton. Both sides, the Democrats and the Republicans are against all whites and Western Civilization.

    Economically, environmentally, and socially this country has a good chance of total collapse in our life time. When morons like Kamilia Harris scream that California is the future.....you know there is no future. With over 30% of America's Welfare roster located in America's first Communist State it's just a matter of time.

    This is the gang-banging of America. Overwhelming the systems and trying to force America into another Communist Jewish Utopia. You should fear for your safety. The Jews murdered millions of Christians during the Bolshevik Revolution. Read Aleksandr Isayevich Solzhenitsyn. There will be an attempt to kill whites just like they killed the Christians. That's what the 24 hour 365 days a year attack on whites is all about by the Jewish Masters and their Black Slaves which they will quickly toss on the ash heap of history when they are done with them. The constant indoctrination of whites are the problems...they are preparing the masses.

    Trump actually thought he was going to be President. The Zionist control every aspect of our society----he never had a chance. Everything in America has to be approved by the Zionists. America was the last hope for civilization. Europe is done. You should hope for the big earthquake in California.......

    It’s been over for a long time. I think I said this before but America is controlled by a Corporate Fascist Military- Intelligence Industrial Police State. And so is most of the world.

    Yes, a very long time. The same observations were made in the early 1900s and the writing of the time is replete with examples.

    When the Morgan and Rockefeller interests harmonized to consummate the great wrong [of centralization] they well understood that they could not achieve their purpose against a hostile press. Hence they “took over” the newspapers.

    This does not necessarily mean the ownership of all newspapers. The perfection of the modern combination is little less than a Fine Art. Here again control is better than outright ownership. And control can be achieved through that community of interests, that interdependence of investment and credits which ties the publisher up to the banks, the advertisers, and special interests.

    -Robert M. LaFollette, ed, “Fooling the People as a Fine Art”, La Follette’s Magazine (April 1918)

    Not available on line as far as I can tell.

    He and many others were correct, but few listened and even fewer had any power to effect any substantial changes.

    Here’s another but one.”

    Both of the dominant political parties for a long time have been and still are directed by “big business.” That is why no one can point to any existing material issue between the two, except that each wants the official “jobs.” “Jobs” are their only material existing issue, and they play the political game for jobs.

    For “special privilege” to own a half-dozen Senators of ability who at the same time are sharp enough to make the voters believe that they are independent, is worth billions of dollars annually to special privilege and is a corresponding loss to the people.

    -Charles August Lindbergh , Why Is Your Country At War And What Happens To You After The War: And Related Subjects. P 149 (1917)

    https://archive.org/stream/whyisyourcountr00lindgoog/whyisyourcountr00lindgoog_djvu.txt

    And another.:

    Nearly every public official has been backed off the board of duty to the public by the influence of predatory wealth. It is always an implied exchange—unwritten understanding, nearly always fulfilled, that predatory wealth will support the campaigns of those in office who give predatory wealth the least trouble, and support it when they dare.

    - Charles August Lindbergh, Sr, Why Is Your Country At War And What Happens To You After The War: And Related Subjects. p70 (1917)

    https://archive.org/stream/whyisyourcountr00lindgoog/whyisyourcountr00lindgoog_djvu.txt

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  64. tjm says:
    @Brabantian
    Let us ponder whether Donald John Trump is a heroic, deeply tragic figure ... a guy with his heart partly in the right place, but blackmailed by the US Deep State, under terrible threats we can only imagine, Trump trying to survive one month at a time so he can do some good in the world despite it all
    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/4f017926d737e3c85c69bcb1b4951840d93e5b7a9d0a3684c9eccf58c1c4a558.jpg

    “Tragic figure”, you mean paid Zionist whore!

    Zionist number one weapon against white nations are open borders, and time and again Chump has folded on border enforcement.

    Trump has spent his life knee deep in Zionist filth, and you act like he did not know, naive is not the word that comes to mind.

    You people who deny 1+1+2 are doing more to harm America than the ones actually making these destructive laws.

    To be fair, often enough these days, people who continue the false narrative that “Chump is an American firster, who is being pushed to go against his true desires”, are often enough themselves paid Hasbara trolls, so if that is the case, that is better then being so stupid as to buy this nonsense.

    And we saw the same thing when Obama was in office, and his useful idiots supported all his Wall Street/Zionist actions, all the while accepting that it was “because of the republicans”.

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  65. I never believed Trump was serious about controlling immigration. Why should he be? His businesses benefit from cheap labor as much as any others.

    From the beginning, my preference for Trump over Clinton was based on the fact that Trump is despised by the Establishment of both parties, and therefore would be opposed by Congress no matter which party had a majority there. When the President (either party) has a compliant Congress, we get atrocities like TSA and Obamacare.

    Trump won’t make a dent in the Deep State, but he won’t expand it either. These days, I’ll take that as a win.

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  66. tjm says:
    @Anon
    The end of what? Of the fiction? Of a chapter of the fiction maybe. New chapters will come, with other acts to perform for the same actors, or newly placed actors sent into the stage.

    Elections don't elect the countries' government. Democracy was actual, perhaps, for some 2-5 decades.
    As in Athens before. Democracy's inherent nature makes it short-lasting.

    The people need the illusion of choice — not the burden of choices; beyond the surface politics comply with their real, unconscious wishes.

    As Mark Twain once said,”if elections actually made a difference, they would not let us do it”.

    The Zionist bankers have been in control for decades, if not a century, and what havoc they have wrought on this once great country.

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  67. tjm says:
    @anonymous
    It's December 28, yet some still sit before the hearth, hearing hoofbeats on the roof, waiting for Santa to drop down the chimney.

    Those expecting ANY electable politician to do anything but deliver for the Establishment are wishful children.

    Stop voting. In withholding consent, you can at least send a message and maintain some personal dignity.

    Exatly, they may have taken over our elections, but that does not mean we have to buy into the lies.

    Regardless of how we vote, they will always make it appear their man was going to win.

    Remember when Bush ran the second time against Kerry, and Kerry, even in the face of extreme voter irregularity, and promising to challenge every vote, quickly acquiesced and did not contest the results…

    Or when Bush ran against Gore and the “Supreme Court” stepped in to spot the votes…

    Though I believe since 9/11, it is all academic, I believe 9/11 was the final steps in Zionists fully taking over the US government.

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    Yes, they drove out any real opposition during Bush II's first term. The war against Russia will be their last.
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  68. cezanne says:
    @Joe Hide
    This is just one small move in the Big Game. Spread your gaze out to decades and this will become apparent.
    North Korea has stopped launching missiles and has mostly stopped it's political trash talk. The Syrian War is steadily being wound down. There was no nuclear confrontation between the world powers. The mainstream media is increasingly being exposed as incompetent, deceptive, predatory, and not worthy of viewing. False flags are ever more being exposed as....false flags. The waking up of the necessary percentage of humanity required to create positive local and global change has happened and is continuing. For the first time in a long time, the pieces on the chessboard (YOU &ME!) are having a say in how they are moved.
    Have A GOOD DAY!

    thanks friend just would like to say have a MAGA day!

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  69. @niteranger
    It's been over for a long time. I think I said this before but America is controlled by a Corporate Fascist Military- Intelligence Industrial Police State. And so is most of the world. Constant War right out of Orwell for their Jewish overloads. It only took the Zionists a little over a year to take complete control of the Whitehouse and this country with the final appointment of the Zionist Suckmonger, Bolton. Both sides, the Democrats and the Republicans are against all whites and Western Civilization.

    Economically, environmentally, and socially this country has a good chance of total collapse in our life time. When morons like Kamilia Harris scream that California is the future.....you know there is no future. With over 30% of America's Welfare roster located in America's first Communist State it's just a matter of time.

    This is the gang-banging of America. Overwhelming the systems and trying to force America into another Communist Jewish Utopia. You should fear for your safety. The Jews murdered millions of Christians during the Bolshevik Revolution. Read Aleksandr Isayevich Solzhenitsyn. There will be an attempt to kill whites just like they killed the Christians. That's what the 24 hour 365 days a year attack on whites is all about by the Jewish Masters and their Black Slaves which they will quickly toss on the ash heap of history when they are done with them. The constant indoctrination of whites are the problems...they are preparing the masses.

    Trump actually thought he was going to be President. The Zionist control every aspect of our society----he never had a chance. Everything in America has to be approved by the Zionists. America was the last hope for civilization. Europe is done. You should hope for the big earthquake in California.......

    Good comment.

    As Coolidge said, “The business of America is business.”

    America never was and never will be a shining beacon upon a hill. In 1969 50% of all American citizens didn’t have a pot to piss in. Today is the same. Zero assets.

    Little changes, except now we are ruled by Jewish oligarchs rather than Gentile ones. After the Dems take over Congress, David Brooks, writing for the NYTimes will go back to his conservative schtick as he laughs at all those of us, we who were so gullible as to believe that this time would be different, that maybe, just maybe we could have a president who wasn’t a product of the editorial board of the NYTimes.

    Brooks knew better. He knew all along that Trump was doomed, which is why he could get away with writing such dreck. Same for all the other left-wing anti-American columnists. We here thought that reason would prevail, that their agenda could be challenged with facts, statistics, science. Hah! What a joke. Science is for nerds. Sex and violence sell. And they control the propaganda machine that baits and switches the buffoons with sex and violence.

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  70. tjm says:
    @Abdul Alhazred
    Trump has discretion on how the money is spent for this is not a 'Budget" per the Constitution, but a spending bill and to some particularly in the QAnon world are realizing that Trump just trolled the Deep State big time! He has now power to release such moneys at his schedule and thus can shut down say 'Planned Parenthood" in exchange for what he wants, like judges and other appointments....

    Per the Wall: Trump now has $80 Billion extra, this year, for the Pentagon, where now President Trump can use such funds to have the Army Corp of Engineers to 'Build the Wall"!

    https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/977303708760444934.html

    https://twitter.com/hublife?lang=en&lang=en



    Then there is spending for the IG (Inspector General)...Drain the Swamp!

    Page 546 For necessary expenses of the IG, 39.1M
    Page 556 Another 65M the IG
    Page 565 Another 4.8M for OIG
    Page 571 $5M for OIG, not to exceed $25M
    Page 573 14.7M for the OIG PAGE 578 19.9M for the OIG
    PAGE 581 $245 Million for OIG Sessions has a bankroll coming

    You must have no memory

    Turn off the MSM it lies, Fox, MSNBC, CNN, BBC, NPR, and many on-line sources.

    The wall is a TRICK, arch Zionist traitor John McShame used it on Americans many times. They like to use a canard like a “wall”, because such a structure needs Congressional assistance, and a wall can easily be held up indefinitely and conveniently be BLAMED ON LIBERALS when it does not get built.

    Trump did not kill DACA, he passed it to Congress, for any reasonable person, that should have signaled Chump’s treason, and YOU HAD BEEN HAD!

    Trump COULD USE ICE, but in reality, not in your fantasy land, Chump has deported fewer illegals than DID OPEN BORDERS OBAMA!

    Chump, maybe like you, is a filthy Zionist traitor who talks the talk for America,s but backs Zionists 100%!

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    tjm or rather trollstein or is it o'mcdumbgoy....did you read the comment, 'omnibus' means that it is a 'discretionary' spending bill!...That means Trump can slow walk funds to places he wants to make uncomfortable or just not release the funds....

    Unfortunately you are the one tied into the MSM narrative about this, while I reserve my judgment realizing this could be a brilliant move: Trump builds the WALL with money now in his hands through the Army Corp of Engineers. No bidding, no delays, just start work per order of the Commander in Chief.

    Yeah Roy Cohen called Trump a genius....who knows, but maybe you should read the Q posts.

    https://twitter.com/search?q=QAnon&src=typd

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  71. tjm says:
    @Joe Hide
    This is just one small move in the Big Game. Spread your gaze out to decades and this will become apparent.
    North Korea has stopped launching missiles and has mostly stopped it's political trash talk. The Syrian War is steadily being wound down. There was no nuclear confrontation between the world powers. The mainstream media is increasingly being exposed as incompetent, deceptive, predatory, and not worthy of viewing. False flags are ever more being exposed as....false flags. The waking up of the necessary percentage of humanity required to create positive local and global change has happened and is continuing. For the first time in a long time, the pieces on the chessboard (YOU &ME!) are having a say in how they are moved.
    Have A GOOD DAY!

    Nonsense

    The greatest threat to America has never been North Korea, or Syria, or Iran, it is MASS MIGRATION.

    STOPPING LATINO MASS MIGRATION IS WHAT GOT TRUMP INTO OFFICE, and since in office he has done less than “open borders Obama” did.

    California is now a banana republican, Zionist Jews have worked hard to destroy that state, it’s politicians are now 100% open to Zionist priorities: anti guns, open border, sanctuary status, Israel gets to set it’s own borders…

    the items you state are meaningless, America IS being taken over, and Latinos don’t give a shit about OUR Constitution, just give them money for their anchor babies, and you will have their support. The items you mention are distractions, always have been. Not that Israel does not want Syria destroyed, but as far as America is concerned, it makes for another great distraction.

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  72. @Ann B.
    At this point, its obvious that Trump was as much of a lying con-man as Obama.

    The key tell is this. While partisans of both claim that their man is powerless to do anything else, the key thing to notice is that they don't fight it.

    Trump had a powerful political force behind him at the time of the 2016 elections. It was always obvious that Trump at best had only a minority faction behind him in Congress. And the beauracracy was packed with Hillary and Obama neo-liberals. Plus the pool of people Trump could likely appoint to the many positions he had to fill were the Bush neocons.

    Thus, it was rather unrealistic to expect Trump to have many successes in his first two years.

    However, what he could do is to fight and plan from day one to the fall elections in 2018 to use them to try to shift the power in Washington. Often, it doesn't matter if you lose on a particular vote. The key is to set the issues for the coming campaign.

    Trump needed to do to things. One was to try to take control of the swamp through some key appointments. Probably the best thing to do would be to try to put some key and loyal people into key positions, then wage the internal warfare for them to get control of their departments.

    The second and perhaps most important thing for Trump to do was to immediately start recruiting a strong slate of Trump loyalists to run for Congress. And Trump needed to challenge many sitting Republicans in the 2018 primaries. One key to doing this would be to fight for what he believes in, even if he loses those fights and votes. But Trump would be setting the stage to gain in Congress in 2018. Trump needed to fight for his foriegn policy agenda. Trump needed to fight for his wall. Trump needed to fight for his vision of how immigration should work. Even if he lost every vote in Congress, Trump would have been preparing the ground and setting the issues for the 2018 congressional campaigns.

    Instead, Trump has been completely rolled. Trump has proven to be incompetent at forming the key team of people around him. That's been in constant turmoil. Trump has been rolled on foreign policy. The deep state that endorsed Hillary is now firmly in control. Trump has been rolled on every issue. And as such, if a prospective candidate wanted to run backing Trump, what the heck would they run on as issues?

    If Trump was for real, he'd have fought such a battle. Instead, Trump turns out to have been a con-man who simply said whatever the crowd wanted to hear. Trump turned out to be too incompetent to pull any of it off. It turns out that running a family business does not prepare one for running a huge organization and beauracracy and the internal intrigues of control of the world's most powerful nation. And worst of all, Trump turned out to be weak and unwilling to fight for what he said that made the crowds cheer.

    I disagree. I voted for Trump because I thought he’d taken a principled stand on reversing the US policies that Steve Sailer has cleverly encapsulated in the triad, “invade the world, invite the world, in debt to the world”. I assumed that Trump’s apparent inadequacies — his incoherence, his idiotic blustering, his disorganization, his constant veering and shifting of positions — were superficial and that ultimately he was an intelligent and politically sophisticated enough individual to adhere to the positions and the political base that got him elected.

    It’s now clear that Trump is every bit the rather unintelligent egotistical buffoon that his — and our enemies — portrayed him to be. His primary managerial role seems to be creating chaos. He has no consistent policy except making himself the center of attention, an attention that he fails to realize is a steadily growing contempt for him. Trump is too unintelligent, too boorish, too much the buffoon to operate successfully as a con man. He’s just a bad joke.

    I’ve given up hope. I really do believe we are doomed to destruction as a country, one way or another, either via descent into a civil war or into true third world status, just another Brazil or Venezuela, except with a grotesquely over-sized military. I do hope that Trump is successfully impeached. He has no base at this point. His original enemies despise him and us. A successful impeachment is possible and might finally make the Trump clown realize what a useless PoS he is.

    Trump isn’t a con artist, he’s just an arrogant, stupid, blustering clown who took advantage of his inherited wealth and a momentary political opportunity to prance idiotically across this country’s political stage.

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    Who else is there? Cruz? Jeb? Who else was, and is now,a viable candidate to fulfills your (and mine) requirements? There was no choice in 16 and there almost certainly will be no other choice in 20.
    , @peterAUS
    Agree.
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  73. @anonymous
    It's December 28, yet some still sit before the hearth, hearing hoofbeats on the roof, waiting for Santa to drop down the chimney.

    Those expecting ANY electable politician to do anything but deliver for the Establishment are wishful children.

    Stop voting. In withholding consent, you can at least send a message and maintain some personal dignity.

    Those expecting ANY electable politician to do anything but deliver for the Establishment are wishful children.

    True. Easily suckered ones at that. Will they ever learn?

    But there are foes within our own country far more dangerous than those without, and there is a wide difference of opinion as to how we should deal with our domestic foes.

    Note. — Nothing is more childish than to place too much responsibility on one man, no matter what his position.

    -Charles August Lindbergh , Why Is Your Country At War And What Happens To You After The War: And Related Subjects , p 42 (1917)

    https://archive.org/stream/whyisyourcountr00lindgoog/whyisyourcountr00lindgoog_djvu.txt

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  74. WJ says:
    @Greg S.
    1. Trump is finished. He's a lame duck now. They have him by the nuts already or he wouldn't have signed. A demoralized base will lead to:

    2. Republicans will get wiped out in the coming mid-term elections. Which leads to:

    3. Impeachment proceedings against Trump will commence immediately after those elections and move very swiftly.

    I will also add a market crash is extremely likely this year as the elites will need to use Trump as an excuse for the crash before he exits stage left for good.

    Clinton was impeached but not convicted. The Dems may take the House and they may impeach but the RNC knows that if they have 15 or so GOP senators crossing the line to convict then the whole show is over.

    I think Clinton could have been re-elected in 2000 if he hadn’t been term limited. That was less than 2 years after impeachment.

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  75. nsa says:

    C’mon, Derb…….just say it: ” WORSE FOR WHITES THAN EVEN THE PRECEDING HALFRO”. The only special interest the old fraud has resisted is the the powerful trannie lobby.

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  76. tjm says:
    @Bugg
    GAME OVER.

    Trump had a chance to be great. Instead he capitulated. He did spare us Hillary Clinton, but appears that merely was a small pothole for the Deep State, GOPe, CoC, the interventionists and free traders.

    Dems will clean up in the midterms. And really what's the difference.

    It is FAR FAR more likely the case that Chump was a Zionist plant all along.

    The evidence of Trump being an “American firster” is all MSM conjecture, meant to fool the foolish.

    Trump is a globalist, Zionist, my his own admission, but for some it seems no amount of evidence to the contrary can break the illusion that Trump is a good guy…

    A man from Jew York City, a “real estate billionaire”(which anyone with a brain knows, you don’t make money in NYC without being a patsy to the Zionist jew bankers), he was backed by Sheldon Adleson, and Peter Theil, marched in the Zionist parade in NYC…and once in office filled his cabinet with Zionists, an act somehow blamed on the “deep state”, like they make such choices.

    Perhaps you could enlighten us to where you get this great trust in Trump, and I hope it’s more than what your reading from today’s Zionist hasbara “talking points”.

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    In 2008 many people wanted the anti-Bush, and the magical Obama popped up out of nowhere.
    In 2016 a different set of people wanted the anti-Obama, and Trump was allowed to win the election to keep them calm.
    Real power remains in the hands of the same people.
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  77. tjm says:
    @Greg S.
    1. Trump is finished. He's a lame duck now. They have him by the nuts already or he wouldn't have signed. A demoralized base will lead to:

    2. Republicans will get wiped out in the coming mid-term elections. Which leads to:

    3. Impeachment proceedings against Trump will commence immediately after those elections and move very swiftly.

    I will also add a market crash is extremely likely this year as the elites will need to use Trump as an excuse for the crash before he exits stage left for good.

    Really, you really buy that nonsense?

    Because Chump was such a champion for the little guy, he was wonderful for “white America”…

    What lunacy, you people who come on here and spout this “poor Trump nonsense, even as he has proven his TOTAL COMPLICITY again and again with the Zionist world order.

    I have to believe no American can be this stupid, and that such comments are from the ever growing ranks of paid Zionist hasbara trolls who come on line and try to keep their false narratives alive. they did the same for Obama when he was doing their bidding, blaming every act of Obama on “evil republicans”, even if Obama had full control.

    You may have all the money, and all the tools of propaganda, but no amount of money can buy the truth…

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  78. Thank you, Mr. Derbyshire, for so deftly articulating my growing disgust with Trump and despair. The recent appointment of neocon lunatics to high positions and now this insane budget have convinced me that the country is doomed. The Military-Industrial-Deep-State-Neocon-Zionist Complex is completely in control. The elites and their lackeys in the bureaucracies, the MSM and entertainment industries, the academy, the foundations, etc. are winning and it seems that there are no longer any viable strategies or tactics to stop them. They will destroy our country but they will rule over its remains.

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  79. tjm says:
    @eah
    Actually, it's been obvious for some time -- hasn't it? -- that only explicit White Nationalism will save America.

    https://twitter.com/BasedMonitored/status/977377740298047490

    “Dems never cave”, what world do you like in?

    Dems caved all the time when Obama was in office, healthcare taxes, war…

    Your type of thinking is becoming beyond naive or anachronistic, but down right ludicrous.

    The dems and the republicans get the vast amount of their money form Zionist jewish sources, that is a fact, end of story…

    There are neocons, aka: conservative zionist globalist Jews, and there are neo-liberals, aka: liberal zionist globalist Jews.

    Washington is 100% Zionist, what you see about is just theater for the sheep, and so the Zio-media can play up the false right vs left narrative. You really can’t be this stupid.

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  80. Escher says:
    @niteranger
    It's been over for a long time. I think I said this before but America is controlled by a Corporate Fascist Military- Intelligence Industrial Police State. And so is most of the world. Constant War right out of Orwell for their Jewish overloads. It only took the Zionists a little over a year to take complete control of the Whitehouse and this country with the final appointment of the Zionist Suckmonger, Bolton. Both sides, the Democrats and the Republicans are against all whites and Western Civilization.

    Economically, environmentally, and socially this country has a good chance of total collapse in our life time. When morons like Kamilia Harris scream that California is the future.....you know there is no future. With over 30% of America's Welfare roster located in America's first Communist State it's just a matter of time.

    This is the gang-banging of America. Overwhelming the systems and trying to force America into another Communist Jewish Utopia. You should fear for your safety. The Jews murdered millions of Christians during the Bolshevik Revolution. Read Aleksandr Isayevich Solzhenitsyn. There will be an attempt to kill whites just like they killed the Christians. That's what the 24 hour 365 days a year attack on whites is all about by the Jewish Masters and their Black Slaves which they will quickly toss on the ash heap of history when they are done with them. The constant indoctrination of whites are the problems...they are preparing the masses.

    Trump actually thought he was going to be President. The Zionist control every aspect of our society----he never had a chance. Everything in America has to be approved by the Zionists. America was the last hope for civilization. Europe is done. You should hope for the big earthquake in California.......

    With Bolton as National security adviser and Pompeo as Secretary of State, chances of war with Iran are high. That will complete the agenda of destroying the last real threat to Israel.

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  81. Currahee says:
    @propagandist hacker
    vote Dem, and vote for the most anti-white Dems...those are the ones that will redpill whites...we want more show trials like the zimmerman trial...let a thousand Saint Trayvons bloom...let's get this civil war going and get it over with!

    Yes, I am sorry to have to agree.

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  82. Escher says:
    @tjm
    It is FAR FAR more likely the case that Chump was a Zionist plant all along.


    The evidence of Trump being an "American firster" is all MSM conjecture, meant to fool the foolish.

    Trump is a globalist, Zionist, my his own admission, but for some it seems no amount of evidence to the contrary can break the illusion that Trump is a good guy...

    A man from Jew York City, a "real estate billionaire"(which anyone with a brain knows, you don't make money in NYC without being a patsy to the Zionist jew bankers), he was backed by Sheldon Adleson, and Peter Theil, marched in the Zionist parade in NYC...and once in office filled his cabinet with Zionists, an act somehow blamed on the "deep state", like they make such choices.

    Perhaps you could enlighten us to where you get this great trust in Trump, and I hope it's more than what your reading from today's Zionist hasbara "talking points".

    In 2008 many people wanted the anti-Bush, and the magical Obama popped up out of nowhere.
    In 2016 a different set of people wanted the anti-Obama, and Trump was allowed to win the election to keep them calm.
    Real power remains in the hands of the same people.

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  83. WJ says:

    The despair porn is strong in this one. It’s tiresome and not real interesting anymore but what else could you expect from writer of “We Are All Doomed”. It’s his schtick.

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  84. Thim says:

    Benedict Donald

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    Benedict Donald
     
    That's a good meme.

    Or just "Benedict Arnold" in reference to Schwarzenegger.
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  85. WJ says:
    @Jus' Sayin'...
    I disagree. I voted for Trump because I thought he'd taken a principled stand on reversing the US policies that Steve Sailer has cleverly encapsulated in the triad, "invade the world, invite the world, in debt to the world". I assumed that Trump's apparent inadequacies -- his incoherence, his idiotic blustering, his disorganization, his constant veering and shifting of positions -- were superficial and that ultimately he was an intelligent and politically sophisticated enough individual to adhere to the positions and the political base that got him elected.

    It's now clear that Trump is every bit the rather unintelligent egotistical buffoon that his -- and our enemies -- portrayed him to be. His primary managerial role seems to be creating chaos. He has no consistent policy except making himself the center of attention, an attention that he fails to realize is a steadily growing contempt for him. Trump is too unintelligent, too boorish, too much the buffoon to operate successfully as a con man. He's just a bad joke.

    I've given up hope. I really do believe we are doomed to destruction as a country, one way or another, either via descent into a civil war or into true third world status, just another Brazil or Venezuela, except with a grotesquely over-sized military. I do hope that Trump is successfully impeached. He has no base at this point. His original enemies despise him and us. A successful impeachment is possible and might finally make the Trump clown realize what a useless PoS he is.

    Trump isn't a con artist, he's just an arrogant, stupid, blustering clown who took advantage of his inherited wealth and a momentary political opportunity to prance idiotically across this country's political stage.

    Who else is there? Cruz? Jeb? Who else was, and is now,a viable candidate to fulfills your (and mine) requirements? There was no choice in 16 and there almost certainly will be no other choice in 20.

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    Asked and answered. There is no one. We are doomed. Political participation at this point is a waste of time. Our best hope -- a poor and dangerous one -- is a civil war or revolution.
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  86. El Dato says:
    @niteranger
    It's been over for a long time. I think I said this before but America is controlled by a Corporate Fascist Military- Intelligence Industrial Police State. And so is most of the world. Constant War right out of Orwell for their Jewish overloads. It only took the Zionists a little over a year to take complete control of the Whitehouse and this country with the final appointment of the Zionist Suckmonger, Bolton. Both sides, the Democrats and the Republicans are against all whites and Western Civilization.

    Economically, environmentally, and socially this country has a good chance of total collapse in our life time. When morons like Kamilia Harris scream that California is the future.....you know there is no future. With over 30% of America's Welfare roster located in America's first Communist State it's just a matter of time.

    This is the gang-banging of America. Overwhelming the systems and trying to force America into another Communist Jewish Utopia. You should fear for your safety. The Jews murdered millions of Christians during the Bolshevik Revolution. Read Aleksandr Isayevich Solzhenitsyn. There will be an attempt to kill whites just like they killed the Christians. That's what the 24 hour 365 days a year attack on whites is all about by the Jewish Masters and their Black Slaves which they will quickly toss on the ash heap of history when they are done with them. The constant indoctrination of whites are the problems...they are preparing the masses.

    Trump actually thought he was going to be President. The Zionist control every aspect of our society----he never had a chance. Everything in America has to be approved by the Zionists. America was the last hope for civilization. Europe is done. You should hope for the big earthquake in California.......

    I foresee a followup of “1984″ where the MiniTrue cubicle neighbor of Winston Smith accidentally stumbles upon who is REALLY in the Inner, Inner Party.

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  87. El Dato says:
    @Greg S.
    1. Trump is finished. He's a lame duck now. They have him by the nuts already or he wouldn't have signed. A demoralized base will lead to:

    2. Republicans will get wiped out in the coming mid-term elections. Which leads to:

    3. Impeachment proceedings against Trump will commence immediately after those elections and move very swiftly.

    I will also add a market crash is extremely likely this year as the elites will need to use Trump as an excuse for the crash before he exits stage left for good.

    Impeachment proceedings against Trump will commence immediately after those elections and move very swiftly.

    Certainly not.

    That would just cause people to suddenly ask what is he being impeached for. Playing Golf?

    Everything is going extremely well, there is no need to randomly push buttons.

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  88. @tjm
    You must have no memory

    Turn off the MSM it lies, Fox, MSNBC, CNN, BBC, NPR, and many on-line sources.

    The wall is a TRICK, arch Zionist traitor John McShame used it on Americans many times. They like to use a canard like a "wall", because such a structure needs Congressional assistance, and a wall can easily be held up indefinitely and conveniently be BLAMED ON LIBERALS when it does not get built.

    Trump did not kill DACA, he passed it to Congress, for any reasonable person, that should have signaled Chump's treason, and YOU HAD BEEN HAD!

    Trump COULD USE ICE, but in reality, not in your fantasy land, Chump has deported fewer illegals than DID OPEN BORDERS OBAMA!

    Chump, maybe like you, is a filthy Zionist traitor who talks the talk for America,s but backs Zionists 100%!

    tjm or rather trollstein or is it o’mcdumbgoy….did you read the comment, ‘omnibus’ means that it is a ‘discretionary’ spending bill!…That means Trump can slow walk funds to places he wants to make uncomfortable or just not release the funds….

    Unfortunately you are the one tied into the MSM narrative about this, while I reserve my judgment realizing this could be a brilliant move: Trump builds the WALL with money now in his hands through the Army Corp of Engineers. No bidding, no delays, just start work per order of the Commander in Chief.

    Yeah Roy Cohen called Trump a genius….who knows, but maybe you should read the Q posts.

    https://twitter.com/search?q=QAnon&src=typd

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    Your an idiot, you A) think Chump will actually build a wall, obviously forgetting how Zionist bitch John McShame made the same promise many years ago, still no fence...and B) that building a fence after 50 million plus illegals have already invaded this country will stop nothing. A WALL is a canard, just a cleaver rouse by our Zionist masters to distract from a real solution, like work place enforcement.

    And please enlighten me as to what media source calls Chump a Zionist puppet, EXACTLY??????


    Furthermore, Zionist, why would Chump build a wall, when he can't even enforce the laws we have, he is allowing in more illegals than did Obama, declining to kill DACA, instead kicking it to Zionist owned Congress to "quote "get it right"

    Again what aspect of anything I say is in the MSM?????


    One thing I have discovered, the Zionist hasbara web is omnipresent, ever growing, ever supporting these ludicrous lies of the Zionist state, like Chump is an "American firster" fighting for US, even as he does everything Obama did, which is everything Bush did, which is support everything Clinton did, which was do everything Reagan did...always strengthening Israhell and killing America.
    I know I took that last part form CNN's headlines list night, you got me, or was it Fox, or NPR???
    , @tjm
    Love the name, "Abdul Alhazrad", sounds like a nice fake Zionist hasbara name to me.

    What was "Red State American" taken, or maybe "Real Patriot", or "Assad Bashar must die"?

    You creatures are being a joke.
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  89. @Anatoly Karlin

    Is This the End?
     
    Yes. Even the hardcore Trumpist Audacious Epigone has thrown in the towel.

    In theory Britain will leave the EU a year from now, March 29th 2019, but there is no certainty this will actually happen.
     
    90%+ chance that it will. However, you are correct that the changes will be more cosmetic than real.

    Elsewhere he gloated over the extravagant increase in military funding—taxpayer money that will be piddled away in chasing bandits futilely around the Hindu Kush...
     
    Considering recent cadre changes, that would be a relatively good outcome.

    This doesn’t negate Trump’s role as presaging what is to come. Moses to the impending Joshua, John the Baptist to the impending Jesus, Gracchi to the impending Sulla, Caesar to the impending Augustus–take your pick. It’s clear now that Trump is just the warning shot, not the war bringer.

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    Trump has certainly shifted discourse into areas that were previously thoroughly unhandshakeworthy.

    At the very least he will leave that as a lasting legacy.
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  90. MBlanc46 says:
    @Buzz Mohawk
    Yes this is the end. The end of my support for Trump at least. He is now complete and utter bullshit. It is over.

    And since he was the only choice, and because there appears no other, there is little more to say than this: We do not have a country, and we never will.

    We are, indeed, doomed.

    It’s very difficult to imagine that what you say is not correct.

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  91. @Clyde
    I am going to guess that you are a libertarian crank.

    He sounds more like a conservatard to me.

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  92. MBlanc46 says:
    @Thomm
    Well, Derb is also an economic leftist*, so this is just a quibble of subgroups.

    *Derb says real estate purchases should be restricted by the race of the purchaser, even if the buyer wants to pay fair-market value. He even expresses surprise that Chinese purchases of US real estate are not blocked. That is economic leftism.

    Those sound like race realism and economic nationalism. Calling them Leftism sounds like globalism and multiculturalism to me.

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    @92 MBlanc46: "Those sound like race realism and economic nationalism. Calling them Leftism sounds like globalism and multiculturalism to me."

    Thomm is a pajeet (he admitted to this in the past but now attempts to larp as White) so, of course, it is in his interest to condemn both race realism and economic nationalism.
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  93. MBlanc46 says:
    @propagandist hacker
    vote Dem, and vote for the most anti-white Dems...those are the ones that will redpill whites...we want more show trials like the zimmerman trial...let a thousand Saint Trayvons bloom...let's get this civil war going and get it over with!

    That’s a pretty dangerous strategy. It might be the only one left to us.

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    we are too late now...all we can do is hope to red pill white normies by putting the most anti-white Dems into power, and then once we have enough whites organized, hurt the economy enough to force the establishment to allow us to convert all areas with, say, 90% whites or more into white homelands, like indian reservations
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  94. @cezanne
    This was Bad! An awful budget that President Trump did not veto. However I am not in the inner circle and as such, am not able to see the reasons for this betrayal of the principles Trump ran on. My support for the best President in my lifetime has not wavered though. There are a lot of enemies of what Trump stands for in Washington. They won a battle, but a battle is not the war. I find it obscene that so many Trump voters are claiming they're jumping ship. You butthurts are just like the snowflakes claiming they would leave this country if Trump won. Hey look, both sides of this coin have the face of a pussy! I say give Trump time. Stand your ground and lets' see what the shakeout reveals. Instead what I'm hearing is a bunch of children crying "you don't love me anymore mommy"! Merkel and M...May are Traitors to their people, It's not the same with President Trump! There are a lot of enemies of Our President, let's not stand with them and give them fodder. Stand up people, be a man, though buffeted by fierce winds, STAND!

    Let me guess: you surfed in here from the Conservative Treehouse, right? If Trump is the best president of your lifetime, then you must be under 30. If you’re older than that, then you’re just an asshat shill for the GOP.

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    I think it's more like an IQ of 30 )))


    I would love to see what qualifies as "best anything" when it comes to Chump.


    The man has broken every important promise to Americans and kept his promises to Wall Street and Israel.


    America has not had a good president since JFK, and we saw what the Zionists did to him. Nixon and Carter were about the most non-owned men, in my estimation, thus both were one term and have been indemnified in the ZioMedia.

    Nixon got caught lying about Watergate, big shit, Reagan first off worked behind the scenes to insure the Iranian hostages only got released once he was in office, NOT before, and then resided over illegal guns and drug trade between Iran and the Contras...I say Reagan, but he was a Hollywood actor, much like Chump is a New York actor, both groomed by the same Zionist money, much like Obama and Clinton, but from different arenas.

    Bush(2), Reagan, Clinton, Obama, Trump, all Zionist whores, all have pushed for open borders, deregulation of Wall Street, attacks upon our Constitution...that is how you can tell they are Zionist traitors.
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  95. Catiline says:

    The EU is the Iran/Russia bogey of the Anglo-maniac right.

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    LOL! If Iran and Russia were a supranational organisation steadily leeching sovereignty from the US with the intention of becoming a superstate with the constituent former nations as provinces, then that might make sense.

    The difference is that Iran and Russia are no threat to the US or its legitimate interests, rather they rival external third party powers and their lobby groups that manipulate US media and politics to serve their interests, whereas the EU is a direct and imminent existential threat to Britain.
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  96. Anonymous[317] • Disclaimer says:
    @cezanne
    This was Bad! An awful budget that President Trump did not veto. However I am not in the inner circle and as such, am not able to see the reasons for this betrayal of the principles Trump ran on. My support for the best President in my lifetime has not wavered though. There are a lot of enemies of what Trump stands for in Washington. They won a battle, but a battle is not the war. I find it obscene that so many Trump voters are claiming they're jumping ship. You butthurts are just like the snowflakes claiming they would leave this country if Trump won. Hey look, both sides of this coin have the face of a pussy! I say give Trump time. Stand your ground and lets' see what the shakeout reveals. Instead what I'm hearing is a bunch of children crying "you don't love me anymore mommy"! Merkel and M...May are Traitors to their people, It's not the same with President Trump! There are a lot of enemies of Our President, let's not stand with them and give them fodder. Stand up people, be a man, though buffeted by fierce winds, STAND!

    I am not in the inner circle and as such, am not able to see the reasons for this betrayal of the principles Trump ran on

    Reasons are ultimately irrelevant. Whether he did it out of fear, stupidity or ignorance might be important to people like you, his biographers and future historians. Most people voted for the policies – not the man – and without those policies, he’s not the man they voted for anyway.

    Ultimately, Trump didn’t create his base – they created him. Others will emerge and the game will enter a new stage. Alas, this stage will be very ugly since the slaves are becoming aware that they’re slaves and the slavers are dropping the pretence. This is a self-reinforcing dynamic so even the most ignorant will lose the ability to sleep-walk through their own destruction with eyes-wide-shut.

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    I find it hard to believe that the Central American hicks are as racist or as zombified as the media portrays them. The media is fake. Some of the smarter Central Americans in places like Iowa and Indiana do know how the rich are turning them into zombies so they have much in common with their co-zombies in the east or west sides of the zombie USA.

    The voting zombies still argue about which zombie is the best and other bs. Instead of refusing to cooperate the zombies express despair at the brain dead creature they elected: "He turned out all wrong so I'm a depressed zombie."

    , @Wally
    And we can always ask:

    'What would a President Hillary be like'?

    At this point Trump has been a disappointment, with exceptions; but Hillary?
    Much worse in spades.

    www.codoh.com

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  97. KenH says:
    @Diversity Heretic
    Sadly, I agree with John that "Trumpism" is no longer being advanced by Donald J. Trump. But I take strange solace in the fact that California is increasingly defying the national government. True, it is on an issue on which I am on the other side: facilitating the invasion of California by illegal infiltrators. But if California can defy the national government on this issue and get away with it, other states, or groups of states, may find the inspiration to similarly defy the national government on other issues. Those of us on the alt- or dissident right need to start thinking beyond the United States (the Deep State, as John articulately points out, is embedded in Washington DC and can never be rooted out) and how North America can be reorganized politically. It may be the work of generations, but we must have a vision.

    Possibly but don’t forget that the establishment rightists in red states are all cucks who have absolutely no balls or backbone, especially when it comes to racial issues, and will capitulate as soon as president Kamala Harris or her anti-white DOJ hiss at them. A federal judge recently ruled that Indiana must take Muslims refugees and unless something’s changed Indiana plans to meekly submit to the whims of this unelected black robed tyrant.

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  98. I do believe that civil war in US can still be avoided.
    New party of true American patriots shall be created.

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  99. tjm says:
    @Abdul Alhazred
    tjm or rather trollstein or is it o'mcdumbgoy....did you read the comment, 'omnibus' means that it is a 'discretionary' spending bill!...That means Trump can slow walk funds to places he wants to make uncomfortable or just not release the funds....

    Unfortunately you are the one tied into the MSM narrative about this, while I reserve my judgment realizing this could be a brilliant move: Trump builds the WALL with money now in his hands through the Army Corp of Engineers. No bidding, no delays, just start work per order of the Commander in Chief.

    Yeah Roy Cohen called Trump a genius....who knows, but maybe you should read the Q posts.

    https://twitter.com/search?q=QAnon&src=typd

    Your an idiot, you A) think Chump will actually build a wall, obviously forgetting how Zionist bitch John McShame made the same promise many years ago, still no fence…and B) that building a fence after 50 million plus illegals have already invaded this country will stop nothing. A WALL is a canard, just a cleaver rouse by our Zionist masters to distract from a real solution, like work place enforcement.

    And please enlighten me as to what media source calls Chump a Zionist puppet, EXACTLY??????

    Furthermore, Zionist, why would Chump build a wall, when he can’t even enforce the laws we have, he is allowing in more illegals than did Obama, declining to kill DACA, instead kicking it to Zionist owned Congress to “quote “get it right”

    Again what aspect of anything I say is in the MSM?????

    One thing I have discovered, the Zionist hasbara web is omnipresent, ever growing, ever supporting these ludicrous lies of the Zionist state, like Chump is an “American firster” fighting for US, even as he does everything Obama did, which is everything Bush did, which is support everything Clinton did, which was do everything Reagan did…always strengthening Israhell and killing America.
    I know I took that last part form CNN’s headlines list night, you got me, or was it Fox, or NPR???

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  100. cezanne says:

    You cucks think that Trump caved because he is a politician. Intelligence might be lacking in your cranial ability. many of you remind me of SOY BOYS who jump ship when a strong breeze approaches! You never Trumpers who voted for Trump are now willing to egg on Mueller. Puss in boots is how I’ll identify you from here on out. Mr President identify the deep state and the PUSSY republicans who support them!

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    How is Trump going to get the message that he needs to stop listening to the swamp and keep his campaign promises if every time he craps on his constituency they scream out MAGA, MAGA, MAGA?
    , @Anonymous
    That argument doesn't work anymore so you might wanna talk to your handler and request new material. Trump is not our child so we don't feel the urge to "stick by him" when he shits the bed. He's a grown man people elected to not shit the bed - at the very least. The fact that he tried to "soften" the blow by crying over fucking Dreamers and bragging about military funding is mind-boggling. Was that tweet meant for Schumer but mistakenly broadcast to "all"?

    People like charismatic leaders and charisma is basically a combination of:

    - Knowing who you are and what you want.
    - Confidently, assertively and intelligently communicating and achieving those goals.
    - Trustworthiness and loyalty.

    Draw our own conclusion.
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  101. Got it. Probably those prototypes will still be standing out there in the desert a thousand years from now, testifying to the suicide of our nation, while round about them, boundless and bare, the lone and level sands stretch far away.

    If they’re “still standing”, they will be protecting some cartel lair in Mejico, a place that believes in good walls.

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  102. Anonymous[277] • Disclaimer says:

    Only slaves want more laws, more restrictions, walls, and other Big Government intrusions. Trump ramped up the spending on the great ponzi scheme. Some of the slaves are really confused about the ponzi scheme called the US military because none of their rich masters bother to set up fake protests, hats or petition drives the way they do with other fake wedge issues. A confused slave is a divided slave. It is important to divide the slaves for Ponzi scheme security.

    The racist slaves sometimes blame the poorer slaves, inner city slaves, or slaves running for their lives for fake news like getting over real easy or living on the dole. The masters have long known that every living slave that crosses the border pays tax like any other patriot slave. These taxes fund the giant military ponzi scheme for the benefit of the rich masters.

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  103. tjm says:
    @Abdul Alhazred
    tjm or rather trollstein or is it o'mcdumbgoy....did you read the comment, 'omnibus' means that it is a 'discretionary' spending bill!...That means Trump can slow walk funds to places he wants to make uncomfortable or just not release the funds....

    Unfortunately you are the one tied into the MSM narrative about this, while I reserve my judgment realizing this could be a brilliant move: Trump builds the WALL with money now in his hands through the Army Corp of Engineers. No bidding, no delays, just start work per order of the Commander in Chief.

    Yeah Roy Cohen called Trump a genius....who knows, but maybe you should read the Q posts.

    https://twitter.com/search?q=QAnon&src=typd

    Love the name, “Abdul Alhazrad”, sounds like a nice fake Zionist hasbara name to me.

    What was “Red State American” taken, or maybe “Real Patriot”, or “Assad Bashar must die”?

    You creatures are being a joke.

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    You are obviously not familiar with the Necronomicon!
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  104. @utu
    But at least he kept his promise to be good to Israel and bad to Iran.

    Best comment so far. A gold star for you!

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  105. Wally says:
    @Dr. X
    Yeah. I hate to say it, but this looks like the end for White America. Trump was always a flawed candidate, and we all knew he was merely a last-ditch attempt to avoid the utter destruction of white, male America imminent under a Hillary presidency.

    Now that Trump's been fully cucked, we're out of options. The next Democrat administration will repeal the tax cut, ban and start confiscating guns, and open the borders to an unlimited number of swarthy Third World hordes. Affirmative action, which is, for practical purposes already permanent, will morph into government persecution of whites. Lesbians and transgenders will control out military, police, and the NSA and will prosecute any speech they deem "offensive."

    Racially, the country will become a North American Brazil, but politically it will be Orwellian to neo-Soviet.

    A small clique of Jews and financial oligarchs will do OK, but the rest of us are well and truly fucked.

    Problem is that there will be no one left to pay the bills.

    The saving grace is that ultimately this neo-Marxism is not sustainable.

    But yeah, I get it, no one seems to care for now.

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  106. Anonymous[277] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous

    I am not in the inner circle and as such, am not able to see the reasons for this betrayal of the principles Trump ran on
     
    Reasons are ultimately irrelevant. Whether he did it out of fear, stupidity or ignorance might be important to people like you, his biographers and future historians. Most people voted for the policies - not the man - and without those policies, he's not the man they voted for anyway.

    Ultimately, Trump didn't create his base - they created him. Others will emerge and the game will enter a new stage. Alas, this stage will be very ugly since the slaves are becoming aware that they're slaves and the slavers are dropping the pretence. This is a self-reinforcing dynamic so even the most ignorant will lose the ability to sleep-walk through their own destruction with eyes-wide-shut.

    I find it hard to believe that the Central American hicks are as racist or as zombified as the media portrays them. The media is fake. Some of the smarter Central Americans in places like Iowa and Indiana do know how the rich are turning them into zombies so they have much in common with their co-zombies in the east or west sides of the zombie USA.

    The voting zombies still argue about which zombie is the best and other bs. Instead of refusing to cooperate the zombies express despair at the brain dead creature they elected: “He turned out all wrong so I’m a depressed zombie.”

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    I find it hard to believe that you were able to write that junk. I thought neanderthals were extinct.
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  107. Randal says:
    @Catiline
    The EU is the Iran/Russia bogey of the Anglo-maniac right.

    LOL! If Iran and Russia were a supranational organisation steadily leeching sovereignty from the US with the intention of becoming a superstate with the constituent former nations as provinces, then that might make sense.

    The difference is that Iran and Russia are no threat to the US or its legitimate interests, rather they rival external third party powers and their lobby groups that manipulate US media and politics to serve their interests, whereas the EU is a direct and imminent existential threat to Britain.

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  108. tjm says:
    @Twodees Partain
    Let me guess: you surfed in here from the Conservative Treehouse, right? If Trump is the best president of your lifetime, then you must be under 30. If you're older than that, then you're just an asshat shill for the GOP.

    I think it’s more like an IQ of 30 )))

    I would love to see what qualifies as “best anything” when it comes to Chump.

    The man has broken every important promise to Americans and kept his promises to Wall Street and Israel.

    America has not had a good president since JFK, and we saw what the Zionists did to him. Nixon and Carter were about the most non-owned men, in my estimation, thus both were one term and have been indemnified in the ZioMedia.

    Nixon got caught lying about Watergate, big shit, Reagan first off worked behind the scenes to insure the Iranian hostages only got released once he was in office, NOT before, and then resided over illegal guns and drug trade between Iran and the Contras…I say Reagan, but he was a Hollywood actor, much like Chump is a New York actor, both groomed by the same Zionist money, much like Obama and Clinton, but from different arenas.

    Bush(2), Reagan, Clinton, Obama, Trump, all Zionist whores, all have pushed for open borders, deregulation of Wall Street, attacks upon our Constitution…that is how you can tell they are Zionist traitors.

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  109. Wally says:
    @Anonymous

    I am not in the inner circle and as such, am not able to see the reasons for this betrayal of the principles Trump ran on
     
    Reasons are ultimately irrelevant. Whether he did it out of fear, stupidity or ignorance might be important to people like you, his biographers and future historians. Most people voted for the policies - not the man - and without those policies, he's not the man they voted for anyway.

    Ultimately, Trump didn't create his base - they created him. Others will emerge and the game will enter a new stage. Alas, this stage will be very ugly since the slaves are becoming aware that they're slaves and the slavers are dropping the pretence. This is a self-reinforcing dynamic so even the most ignorant will lose the ability to sleep-walk through their own destruction with eyes-wide-shut.

    And we can always ask:

    ‘What would a President Hillary be like’?

    At this point Trump has been a disappointment, with exceptions; but Hillary?
    Much worse in spades.

    http://www.codoh.com

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    ...But if we had Pres. Hillary then the lemming masses would finally have to fight or shut up.
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  110. Dave says:
    @TheBoom
    If you are a nationalist and not an ethno masochist, Trump was the only option in the election no matter how flawed he might habe been and still is today. His ego enabled him to not only think he could win, it enabled him to glide through being called the new Hitler on a daily basis. unfortunately, his giant ego had also apparently made him want to turn his presidency into a personality cult rather than a populist and nationalist crusade. Trump had never learned that his positions, according to opinion polls in the election, were a lot more popular than he was. From day one he filled his staff with people who were against his platform and often opposed him. The writing was on the wall early on that nothing on immigration or draining the swamp would be done. Fortunately, he at least avoided war with Putin (so far) but his main accomplishments, alas, may be demoralizing the Republican base and firing up the Democratic base

    Your last sentence explains why Trump was allowed to win in the first place. I think a lot of commenters are severely underestimating the power of the Deep State and the degree to which it plays a long game in order to accomplish it’s goal, that being radically open borders, disarmament of the American populace and military antagonism of every other country on Earth.
    The Deep State let Trump win to show legacy Americans that no matter what they ask for or complain about, it won’t happen. Populism will be killed by the bureaucracy in a very public way, no holds barred.
    There was a reason Eisenhower warned Americans about the growing power of the military/industrial complex. He knew what was coming. Almost no one really listened.
    A cabal of unelected spies has had de facto control over domestic and foreign policy for 2 generations and counting, with no end in sight.
    The swamp swallowed Trump whole.

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    Based on the emails that have been released between the FBI lovebirds, the deep state didn't allow him to win based on a desire to teach a lesson but that seems to be how they turned it to their advantage. I doubt though that a combination of DS, media and social networks, will allow another populist white who isn't am ethno masochist to win again. The lucked out that Trump turned out to be a fraud. They likely won't want to risk not being lucky next time
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  111. As some have noted, this is not a budget at all; rather it is an omnibus spending bill that expires Oct 1. In other words, it’s 6 month emergency funding. Trump signed it to avoid a shutdown and keep the military rolling. And Presidents have immense power in saying where actual money goes. JFK funded the Peace Corps with foreign aid after Congress rejected funding for it. Trump can do the same thing with a wall. I have to laugh at so many NeverTrumpers saying “this is it, Trump’s presidency is over.” Their schtick is so transparent.

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    You don't have it all figured out. I voted for Trump but my support was always conditional upon him keeping his promises which he's failing to do in most cases. The points you're missing is that he should have vetoed the bill since it ran counter to everything he campaigned on and he DEMANDED amnesty for DACA recipients more forcefully than he demanded funds for a border wall.

    Trump completely capitulated after billing himself as a highly effective, results oriented negotiator.

    Corrupt congressional leaders have been pulling fast ones like this for years and Trump promised to end this arrangement if elected but hasn't and IMO, won't. All the signs point to Trump becoming more swampy as time passes.

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  112. @Buzz Mohawk
    Yes this is the end. The end of my support for Trump at least. He is now complete and utter bullshit. It is over.

    And since he was the only choice, and because there appears no other, there is little more to say than this: We do not have a country, and we never will.

    We are, indeed, doomed.

    Clearly we are doomed. Future generations of Americans will curse the memory of current and two or three past generations of self-serving, scum-bag politicians who sold them out.

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  113. peterAUS says:
    @Jus' Sayin'...
    I disagree. I voted for Trump because I thought he'd taken a principled stand on reversing the US policies that Steve Sailer has cleverly encapsulated in the triad, "invade the world, invite the world, in debt to the world". I assumed that Trump's apparent inadequacies -- his incoherence, his idiotic blustering, his disorganization, his constant veering and shifting of positions -- were superficial and that ultimately he was an intelligent and politically sophisticated enough individual to adhere to the positions and the political base that got him elected.

    It's now clear that Trump is every bit the rather unintelligent egotistical buffoon that his -- and our enemies -- portrayed him to be. His primary managerial role seems to be creating chaos. He has no consistent policy except making himself the center of attention, an attention that he fails to realize is a steadily growing contempt for him. Trump is too unintelligent, too boorish, too much the buffoon to operate successfully as a con man. He's just a bad joke.

    I've given up hope. I really do believe we are doomed to destruction as a country, one way or another, either via descent into a civil war or into true third world status, just another Brazil or Venezuela, except with a grotesquely over-sized military. I do hope that Trump is successfully impeached. He has no base at this point. His original enemies despise him and us. A successful impeachment is possible and might finally make the Trump clown realize what a useless PoS he is.

    Trump isn't a con artist, he's just an arrogant, stupid, blustering clown who took advantage of his inherited wealth and a momentary political opportunity to prance idiotically across this country's political stage.

    Agree.

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  114. Anonymous[277] • Disclaimer says:

    Why do fake-conservatives think the Department of Defense and Homeland Security is about defending them from anything? Fake-conservatives who work in defense will always lie about their massive welfare and entitlements. But adults who have a functioning brain realize that the thieves simply created two identical agencies that do nothing but steal vast quantities of money from the taxpayers.

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  115. Mr. Anon says:
    @Deschutes
    Wow I could barely make it through this crap article. Thoroughly revolting, thoroughly racist. Especially sick is how Derbyshire is mad that there isn't a giant concrete wall going up between Mexico and USA; or that there aren't 5000 more ICE agents 'keeping America safe' from immigrants. He also wants more border security (!?!?), as if the USA's borders are not militarized enough already? Evidently Derbyshire doesn't feel safe enough with the hyper-security at American airports: 80 year old white ladies being told to take off their shoes, being escorted to an inspection room and being told to take off their dress under suspicion of drug smuggling or maybe a bomb hidden somewhere, ya know....we gotta make sure–anybody could be a terrorist m'am.

    This shit article, along with the 'race/ethnicity' section's eugenics articles makes me come to the conclusion that this is a pretty shitty, backwards website.

    80 year old white ladies being told to take off their shoes, being escorted to an inspection room and being told to take off their dress under suspicion of drug smuggling or maybe a bomb hidden somewhere, ya know….we gotta make sure–anybody could be a terrorist m’am.

    And what is the cause of these outrages? Why have airports in this country become Bill-of-Rights-free-zones? Because we permitted immigration from muslim nations. We imported problems we never used to have, so our ham-handed government deals with them the way they deal with every such problem – by treating all of the rest of US as criminals.

    It’s called anarcho-tyranny. Look it up, idiot.

    Oh, and by the way, f**k you too.

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    Anarcho-tyranny, as practiced in the UK and soon to be in the (formerly) United States of America:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KUEOmlPM08A
    , @anonymous

    Because we permitted immigration from muslim nations. ...
     
    Small price to pay for raping muslim nations, I should think. Though, given the scale of the "raping," I am praying for a much higher price, hopefully without affecting parts of the world, where we live... God willing.

    That is how perfect justice should work, right?

    So, here's to perfect justice... which is coming, if not sooner, for sure later.

    ... – by treating all of the rest of US as criminals.
     
    Considering hypocrite degenerates like you, how else should you, from the race of self-worshipping psychopaths, be treated?

    --

    Seriously, all the whining by the denizens of the Evil Empire, is simply sweet schadenfreude to the ears.

    This site is a breath of fresh air. :D
    , @deschutes
    You are a fucking idiot to blame the Muslims for the hyper-extreme airport "security" in USA. Who is to blame for your countries fucked up neo-nazi airport security? your own fucked up government is, that's who. Your government has laid waste to almost the entire Middle and Near east! You have destroyed: Iraq; Afghanistan; Libya; Syria; Yemen; droned Pakistan; also at war in Somalia and other parts of north Africa! Your own fucked up country is to blame dude, not the Muslims they are continually attacking. But you are too racist, and too stupid to realize this fact. Why do the Muslims want to come to Europe over that last 20 or so years? Because USA and Israel have utterly laid waste to their own countries! I know you are a racist swine, but try to see the Muslim condition as if you were one of them, that you were born and raised in Iraq for example: then the USA sanctions/bombs and occupies your country, reducing its cities to rubble. Also important to think of Abu Grahib: how would that make you feel? To see Americans giving 'thumbs up!' for the camera as they take snapshots of dead Iraqi bodies stacked in a pyramid? Or frozen to death in a coffin? Or with half their head bashed in? Yep: that's your US military winning hearts and minds dude. To aggressively attack, bomb and occupy a foreign country is a violation of international law, as the US even agreed to at the Nuremberg tribunals! But the invasion of Iraq is exactly this: an outrageous international war crime of aggression. And, this American war crime is the direct cause of Muslims trying to flee all the countries that the USA has destroyed! Your country is to blame for its own miserable airport security, nobody else. For you to blame Muslims is the height of hypocrisy. Your head is so far up your ass, you will never learn. But I'm sure you're all for another major war in Syria, courtesy of your shithead president Trump and his neocon asshole team now headed by Bolton. Get ready for more Muslims coming to your country. And you most certainly deserve it, along with even more extreme airport security.
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  116. anonymous[739] • Disclaimer says:

    Very depressing.

    Donald Trump has good instincts on immigration and working with sensible populists and nationalists in Poland, Russia etc, but he tends to try to agree with whomever happens to be in the room with him at the time.

    Sure, put him in front of a big crowd of (White) American auto workers in Michigan and he will say what they and what we want to hear.

    But, put him in front of Israeli lobbyist or the usual false Conservatives that have stuck around in not so merry old England and well, Donald Trump will go to revive that great World War II alliance – only now the spin is that Putin’s Russia and Assad’s Syria is the new Axis of Evil.

    David Frum is apparently chomping at the big to write Churchillian Presidential speeches again – talking about leading another global crusade for American style freedom and democracy (and Saudi Sunni Islamists something or other).

    We live in a F#*$&# nightmare world where the historic American people showed some hope, now they mostly want to go back to watching NBA and NFL thugs, rapists.

    Very, very depressing.

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  117. MarkinLA says:
    @Anonymous
    Most people don't know: Trump begged Nikki Haley to be his Secretary of State the day after he was elected.

    So, you see, he was never who he claimed to be in the campaign.

    He probably wanted to bang her.

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  118. Mr. Anon says:
    @Thim
    Benedict Donald

    Benedict Donald

    That’s a good meme.

    Or just “Benedict Arnold” in reference to Schwarzenegger.

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  119. MarkinLA says:
    @Abdul Alhazred
    Trump has discretion on how the money is spent for this is not a 'Budget" per the Constitution, but a spending bill and to some particularly in the QAnon world are realizing that Trump just trolled the Deep State big time! He has now power to release such moneys at his schedule and thus can shut down say 'Planned Parenthood" in exchange for what he wants, like judges and other appointments....

    Per the Wall: Trump now has $80 Billion extra, this year, for the Pentagon, where now President Trump can use such funds to have the Army Corp of Engineers to 'Build the Wall"!

    https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/977303708760444934.html

    https://twitter.com/hublife?lang=en&lang=en



    Then there is spending for the IG (Inspector General)...Drain the Swamp!

    Page 546 For necessary expenses of the IG, 39.1M
    Page 556 Another 65M the IG
    Page 565 Another 4.8M for OIG
    Page 571 $5M for OIG, not to exceed $25M
    Page 573 14.7M for the OIG PAGE 578 19.9M for the OIG
    PAGE 581 $245 Million for OIG Sessions has a bankroll coming

    And the minute some low level judge issues an injunction Trump will cave.

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  120. MarkinLA says:
    @cezanne
    You cucks think that Trump caved because he is a politician. Intelligence might be lacking in your cranial ability. many of you remind me of SOY BOYS who jump ship when a strong breeze approaches! You never Trumpers who voted for Trump are now willing to egg on Mueller. Puss in boots is how I'll identify you from here on out. Mr President identify the deep state and the PUSSY republicans who support them!

    How is Trump going to get the message that he needs to stop listening to the swamp and keep his campaign promises if every time he craps on his constituency they scream out MAGA, MAGA, MAGA?

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  121. I’m not pleased about this, but to call it THE END is premature.

    This omnibus spending bill expires in…September.

    Quite conveniently close to midterms, and perhaps even donorist cuckservative hacks in Congress can be motivated to throw a bone to the base in order to avoid mid-term massacre.

    If Trump decisively fails there are still a few more election cycles in which we can plausibly capture the national government, thought I’ll be the first to admit that is unlikely given our lack of organization and elite presence (some green shoots here such as Tom Cotton and Tucker Carlson).

    Eventually the whole country will become California in political terms, and then we’re just left with secession…or worse. And things can always get worse.

    A civil war was only narrowly averted in South Africa in the early 1990s. Things got worse than what a civil war would’ve been and continue to get worse.

    Stephen Miller is still in the White House, as are the trio of economic nationalists. Does anyone know what Ross, Lightizer, and Navarro think on immigration? General Kelly also turned out to be an immigration restrictionist.

    Baby Boomers, other than those who have been involved in this movement for a long time (thank you Derb), are generally hopeless on DACA. So I’m not surprised by DJT’s maladaptive altruism here. But he persists in linking any kind of amnesty to real immigration control and as such has exposed the Democrats here.

    Depending on what happens in the next few years some of we Americans may wish to consider exit strategies.

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  122. mitch says:

    Memories are so short. Does anyone remember the Republican primaries ? Does anyone remember when Trump debated the entire Republican field and stated that in previous elections he had donated large amounts to each candidate, and knew what he could expect from them, and what his money bought ? Every Republican candidate on that stage stood there silent and grinning.
    In essence, Trump ran as a third party candidate, as ninety percent of elected Republicans HATE him and openly stated it ! The sober truth is without a party machine, including the propaganda machine, no president can be successful against the entrenched power. We were wishing it wasn’t so.
    Stalin spent his whole rule killing anyone who was entrenched ,OR, who might be or become entrenched in power that did not answer to him directly. The current powers no longer have to kill or banish to Siberia, they use blackmail and phony sexual or racial harassment laws and investigations to silence or purge dissenters. The NSA and the social media companies(same thing) have the dirt on everyone and you better play ball, period. Every single politician is compromised and will and ARE throwing this president to the wolves.
    As Derb says…… we are doomed.

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  123. No, there is no change in Germany.

    There is a reason Seehofer is mockingly called ‘Drehhofer’. He always makes great announcements and doesn’t deliver. He (and the CSU) is mainly afraid of the Bavarian election this autumn. That’s why he tries this fake populism. Don’t judge people by what they say,but by what they do. German ‘conservatives’ (especially the Seehofer type) have proven time and time again to be spineless cucks…

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  124. 3g4me says:
    @MBlanc46
    Those sound like race realism and economic nationalism. Calling them Leftism sounds like globalism and multiculturalism to me.

    @92 MBlanc46: “Those sound like race realism and economic nationalism. Calling them Leftism sounds like globalism and multiculturalism to me.”

    Thomm is a pajeet (he admitted to this in the past but now attempts to larp as White) so, of course, it is in his interest to condemn both race realism and economic nationalism.

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    he admitted to this in the past but now attempts to larp as White
     
    Nope. Never. I see you can't produce a link where I said that.

    You are forgetting that White Trashionalists are a defective subrace of whites, which is why you are unable to keep up. Your try to avoid the pain of facing up to the fact that successful whites see WN Wiggers (and your women, the fat bluehaired feminists) as defective losers to avoid. Hence, you imagine that your critics are Jews/Chinese/Indians/Hispanics.

    Get off my lawn, faggot!

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  125. @Audacious Epigone
    This doesn't negate Trump's role as presaging what is to come. Moses to the impending Joshua, John the Baptist to the impending Jesus, Gracchi to the impending Sulla, Caesar to the impending Augustus--take your pick. It's clear now that Trump is just the warning shot, not the war bringer.

    Trump has certainly shifted discourse into areas that were previously thoroughly unhandshakeworthy.

    At the very least he will leave that as a lasting legacy.

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    A terrible waste if it misses obtaining the goals he was elected to at least attempt.


    I am unsure what areas you are talking about, unless you re referencing direct talks with N. Korea. Seems a pitiful waste of new discourse arenas or avenues.

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  126. TTSSYF says:

    We get it. You hate Bolton. Give it a rest already.

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  127. @WJ
    Who else is there? Cruz? Jeb? Who else was, and is now,a viable candidate to fulfills your (and mine) requirements? There was no choice in 16 and there almost certainly will be no other choice in 20.

    Asked and answered. There is no one. We are doomed. Political participation at this point is a waste of time. Our best hope — a poor and dangerous one — is a civil war or revolution.

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  128. @tjm
    Love the name, "Abdul Alhazrad", sounds like a nice fake Zionist hasbara name to me.

    What was "Red State American" taken, or maybe "Real Patriot", or "Assad Bashar must die"?

    You creatures are being a joke.

    You are obviously not familiar with the Necronomicon!

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  129. CCZ says:
    @Mr. Anon

    80 year old white ladies being told to take off their shoes, being escorted to an inspection room and being told to take off their dress under suspicion of drug smuggling or maybe a bomb hidden somewhere, ya know….we gotta make sure–anybody could be a terrorist m’am.
     
    And what is the cause of these outrages? Why have airports in this country become Bill-of-Rights-free-zones? Because we permitted immigration from muslim nations. We imported problems we never used to have, so our ham-handed government deals with them the way they deal with every such problem - by treating all of the rest of US as criminals.

    It's called anarcho-tyranny. Look it up, idiot.

    Oh, and by the way, f**k you too.

    Anarcho-tyranny, as practiced in the UK and soon to be in the (formerly) United States of America:

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  130. Anonymous[317] • Disclaimer says:
    @cezanne
    You cucks think that Trump caved because he is a politician. Intelligence might be lacking in your cranial ability. many of you remind me of SOY BOYS who jump ship when a strong breeze approaches! You never Trumpers who voted for Trump are now willing to egg on Mueller. Puss in boots is how I'll identify you from here on out. Mr President identify the deep state and the PUSSY republicans who support them!

    That argument doesn’t work anymore so you might wanna talk to your handler and request new material. Trump is not our child so we don’t feel the urge to “stick by him” when he shits the bed. He’s a grown man people elected to not shit the bed – at the very least. The fact that he tried to “soften” the blow by crying over fucking Dreamers and bragging about military funding is mind-boggling. Was that tweet meant for Schumer but mistakenly broadcast to “all”?

    People like charismatic leaders and charisma is basically a combination of:

    - Knowing who you are and what you want.
    - Confidently, assertively and intelligently communicating and achieving those goals.
    - Trustworthiness and loyalty.

    Draw our own conclusion.

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  131. Israel got their money didn’t they?
    OK, thats all that matters…

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  132. KenH says:

    Rolled is putting things mildly. This is such brazen act of capitulation by the self styled swamp slayer Trump that he should strongly consider resigning to save face. Trump just took a giant dump on the people who risked their physical safety to support him at campaign rallies.

    At this point I’m throwing him to the wolves and hope Mueller destroys him or the coming Democrat majority in 2018 impeaches him. He only has his cowardly, lying self to blame.

    This is the third spending bill with no wall funding, no reductions in H1B or H2B visas and no added interior enforcement funding requested by the WH. Trump keeps rubber stamping these bills then vows to fight next time around only to meekly sign yet again. This all just seems to be reality TV to him.

    This really leaves the deplorables and those opposed to the third worlding of America in the lurch. Trump was our only and probably last hope and now he’s decided to join the swamp and conduct business as usual. We’re totally without political representation at the moment while the country browns, yellows and blackens at an alarming rate.

    I guess we shouldn’t be too surprised since Trump has very few core convictions about anything other than making money and having sex. And of course “winning” which we’ve done little of since he assumed office. The only “win” was that he wasn’t Hillary but now he is!

    The few political convictions he might possess are very shallow and subject to change almost hourly depending on who he talks to, Ivanka’s emotional state and his PMS like mood swings. The only thing that’s non-negotiable for Trump is slavish support for and devotion to Israel. Obama was an anti-white and anti-American bigot, but at least he had a world view and ideology guiding his actions regardless of input he received, his media coverage or his approval rating.

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    Trump = Obama = W. Different actors get to play the same role on behalf of the super rich - it's in the Constitution. It's sad to see a zombie voter express voter's remorse on social media. An emotional zombie is an obedient slave. They are easy to control since there's no need for the lash to get them crying about politics.

    Trump will have to pound his chest about war like Clinton did with Yugoslavia. This will make him a well rounded President - he just needs the right supporting cast.

    Some actors like General Kelly proudly served the country into 9/11. You'd figure a guy would get fired for such an enormously bad performance. Instead this moribund ghoul serves as Chief of Staff. Perhaps it's not his fault and big complicated computers determine when massive amounts of people need to be killed from time to time.

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  133. anonymous[410] • Disclaimer says:
    @Ilyana_Rozumova
    Trump is capitulating now openly.
    From Brennan to Bolton.
    And he even will not get a Trump Tower in Moscow.
    International communism is on the march.
    No way to stopping it.
    White power in USA will be eliminated.
    There are too many white Traitors.
    Zionist Globalists are forcing whites to commit a Hara-Kiri.
    They are standing behind kneeling whites with a sword.
    So they can serve them with coup de grace.
    ........................................................................................
    Putin is very smart.
    He revived Christianity in Holy Russia.

    He revived Christianity in Holy Russia.

    No slavoid! Christianity is simply pagan polytheist human worship… a sanitised version of Hinduism for the “superior” western sensibilities. Father, Mother, Child, Ghost… it has plagiarised it all from those heathens.

    More “Godless” than “Holy.”

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    Christianity is simply pagan polytheist human worship
     
    This is fine!
    , @Steve Gittelson

    No slavoid! Christianity is simply pagan polytheist human worship… a sanitised version of Hinduism for the “superior” western sensibilities. Father, Mother, Child, Ghost… it has plagiarised it all from those heathens.
     
    Not pagan in the european context. Xtianity is a flavor of Zoroastrianism, with Hebrew gods being adopted-in.
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  134. Despair in politics is always ridiculous and shameful. The willingness of Derbyshire, and of Buchanan, to believe that Trump was earnestly fighting the good fight against all the baddies in Congress, FBI, CIA etc., always struck me as an oddly naive strand in their yarn. So, here we are: The “antiwar” president is putting together a team of warmongers. The “anti-immigration” president really doesn’t care one way or the other. That’s the situation. We aren’t dead. What do we do now?

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    Despair in politics is always ridiculous and shameful.
     
    The politics has just ended, or haven't you noticed?

    What do we do now?
     
    Why don't you tell us there from your keyboard, Mr. Happy?

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  135. KenH says:
    @Bragadocious
    As some have noted, this is not a budget at all; rather it is an omnibus spending bill that expires Oct 1. In other words, it's 6 month emergency funding. Trump signed it to avoid a shutdown and keep the military rolling. And Presidents have immense power in saying where actual money goes. JFK funded the Peace Corps with foreign aid after Congress rejected funding for it. Trump can do the same thing with a wall. I have to laugh at so many NeverTrumpers saying "this is it, Trump's presidency is over." Their schtick is so transparent.

    You don’t have it all figured out. I voted for Trump but my support was always conditional upon him keeping his promises which he’s failing to do in most cases. The points you’re missing is that he should have vetoed the bill since it ran counter to everything he campaigned on and he DEMANDED amnesty for DACA recipients more forcefully than he demanded funds for a border wall.

    Trump completely capitulated after billing himself as a highly effective, results oriented negotiator.

    Corrupt congressional leaders have been pulling fast ones like this for years and Trump promised to end this arrangement if elected but hasn’t and IMO, won’t. All the signs point to Trump becoming more swampy as time passes.

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    Yeah, about DACA. I don't think you see what he's up to. He's trolling the Dems by saying he's the one who will get it solved, while they're using 800,000 human beings as a political football. In other words, he's bringing the DACA people to his side. The omnibus bill btw had no provisions for DACA so that drama will continue through the summer, with more protestors getting in the faces of Schumer and Pelosi and demanding they do something. This isn't good theater for Democrats. But for Trump, it's a godsend. People storming Democrat offices, holding sit-ins. Democrats are now seen as the chief obstacle to "solving" DACA.

    "Completely capitulated." It's a 6 month spending bill. Jeez the rhetoric in here is so dramatic.

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  136. cezanne says:
    @Anonymous
    I find it hard to believe that the Central American hicks are as racist or as zombified as the media portrays them. The media is fake. Some of the smarter Central Americans in places like Iowa and Indiana do know how the rich are turning them into zombies so they have much in common with their co-zombies in the east or west sides of the zombie USA.

    The voting zombies still argue about which zombie is the best and other bs. Instead of refusing to cooperate the zombies express despair at the brain dead creature they elected: "He turned out all wrong so I'm a depressed zombie."

    I find it hard to believe that you were able to write that junk. I thought neanderthals were extinct.

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  137. This bill, along with appointing John Bolton as his National Security Adviser, shows Trump to be a charlatan who conned the good people that voted for him. Bolton is an uber war hawk, itching to launch a war with Iran. Newly appointed Sec. of State Mike Pompeo is another hawk who wants war with Iran.

    So Trump is basically Neoconservatism 2.0 . Wars in the MiddleEast for Israeli interest and open borders at home.

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  138. @Tono Bungay
    Despair in politics is always ridiculous and shameful. The willingness of Derbyshire, and of Buchanan, to believe that Trump was earnestly fighting the good fight against all the baddies in Congress, FBI, CIA etc., always struck me as an oddly naive strand in their yarn. So, here we are: The "antiwar" president is putting together a team of warmongers. The "anti-immigration" president really doesn't care one way or the other. That's the situation. We aren't dead. What do we do now?

    Despair in politics is always ridiculous and shameful.

    The politics has just ended, or haven’t you noticed?

    What do we do now?

    Why don’t you tell us there from your keyboard, Mr. Happy?

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  139. Anonymous[277] • Disclaimer says:
    @KenH
    Rolled is putting things mildly. This is such brazen act of capitulation by the self styled swamp slayer Trump that he should strongly consider resigning to save face. Trump just took a giant dump on the people who risked their physical safety to support him at campaign rallies.

    At this point I'm throwing him to the wolves and hope Mueller destroys him or the coming Democrat majority in 2018 impeaches him. He only has his cowardly, lying self to blame.

    This is the third spending bill with no wall funding, no reductions in H1B or H2B visas and no added interior enforcement funding requested by the WH. Trump keeps rubber stamping these bills then vows to fight next time around only to meekly sign yet again. This all just seems to be reality TV to him.

    This really leaves the deplorables and those opposed to the third worlding of America in the lurch. Trump was our only and probably last hope and now he's decided to join the swamp and conduct business as usual. We're totally without political representation at the moment while the country browns, yellows and blackens at an alarming rate.

    I guess we shouldn't be too surprised since Trump has very few core convictions about anything other than making money and having sex. And of course "winning" which we've done little of since he assumed office. The only "win" was that he wasn't Hillary but now he is!

    The few political convictions he might possess are very shallow and subject to change almost hourly depending on who he talks to, Ivanka's emotional state and his PMS like mood swings. The only thing that's non-negotiable for Trump is slavish support for and devotion to Israel. Obama was an anti-white and anti-American bigot, but at least he had a world view and ideology guiding his actions regardless of input he received, his media coverage or his approval rating.

    Trump = Obama = W. Different actors get to play the same role on behalf of the super rich – it’s in the Constitution. It’s sad to see a zombie voter express voter’s remorse on social media. An emotional zombie is an obedient slave. They are easy to control since there’s no need for the lash to get them crying about politics.

    Trump will have to pound his chest about war like Clinton did with Yugoslavia. This will make him a well rounded President – he just needs the right supporting cast.

    Some actors like General Kelly proudly served the country into 9/11. You’d figure a guy would get fired for such an enormously bad performance. Instead this moribund ghoul serves as Chief of Staff. Perhaps it’s not his fault and big complicated computers determine when massive amounts of people need to be killed from time to time.

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  140. snag says:

    Disaster !!!

    Talking about America First and our ‘leader’s’ priorities – No penny for a wall or border guards but $38 Billion in next 10 years for a little bully that doesn’t know or doesn’t want to co-exist in peace with it’s neighbors.

    Bolton – Neo-conization, just like in 2003 … a couple of million dead or crippled for life, millions displaced, trillions in depth, mega mess, more hated than ever, 15 years later still in Iraq and no light in the tunnel.

    Don’t like it. It looks like they got some dirt and made him an offer that he can’t refuse.

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  141. anonymous[410] • Disclaimer says:
    @Mr. Anon

    80 year old white ladies being told to take off their shoes, being escorted to an inspection room and being told to take off their dress under suspicion of drug smuggling or maybe a bomb hidden somewhere, ya know….we gotta make sure–anybody could be a terrorist m’am.
     
    And what is the cause of these outrages? Why have airports in this country become Bill-of-Rights-free-zones? Because we permitted immigration from muslim nations. We imported problems we never used to have, so our ham-handed government deals with them the way they deal with every such problem - by treating all of the rest of US as criminals.

    It's called anarcho-tyranny. Look it up, idiot.

    Oh, and by the way, f**k you too.

    Because we permitted immigration from muslim nations. …

    Small price to pay for raping muslim nations, I should think. Though, given the scale of the “raping,” I am praying for a much higher price, hopefully without affecting parts of the world, where we live… God willing.

    That is how perfect justice should work, right?

    So, here’s to perfect justice… which is coming, if not sooner, for sure later.

    … – by treating all of the rest of US as criminals.

    Considering hypocrite degenerates like you, how else should you, from the race of self-worshipping psychopaths, be treated?

    Seriously, all the whining by the denizens of the Evil Empire, is simply sweet schadenfreude to the ears.

    This site is a breath of fresh air. :D

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  142. Catiline says:
    @German_reader

    On the optimistic assumption that it does happen, there will still be a two-year “transition period” during which free movement of people from Europe—including Albanian gangsters and Romanian gypsies—will continue
     
    Albania isn't in the EU, so this has nothing to do with Brexit. And regarding non-European immigration (the majority of the invasion sinc 1997) this mostly didn't have much to do with the EU either, it was a deliberate decision by Britain's political class unrelated to the EU project, and it was always naive to expect that Brexit would solve that problem.

    The EU is the Iran/Russia bogey of the Anglo-maniac right.

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  143. Derbyshire is pro-abortion – and fiercely anti-Catholic. He’d rather live among Muslims than Catholics. So for him, the current state of affairs is pretty cool. No complaints. He just has to keep up his recently adopted jovial facade.

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  144. @KenH
    You don't have it all figured out. I voted for Trump but my support was always conditional upon him keeping his promises which he's failing to do in most cases. The points you're missing is that he should have vetoed the bill since it ran counter to everything he campaigned on and he DEMANDED amnesty for DACA recipients more forcefully than he demanded funds for a border wall.

    Trump completely capitulated after billing himself as a highly effective, results oriented negotiator.

    Corrupt congressional leaders have been pulling fast ones like this for years and Trump promised to end this arrangement if elected but hasn't and IMO, won't. All the signs point to Trump becoming more swampy as time passes.

    Yeah, about DACA. I don’t think you see what he’s up to. He’s trolling the Dems by saying he’s the one who will get it solved, while they’re using 800,000 human beings as a political football. In other words, he’s bringing the DACA people to his side. The omnibus bill btw had no provisions for DACA so that drama will continue through the summer, with more protestors getting in the faces of Schumer and Pelosi and demanding they do something. This isn’t good theater for Democrats. But for Trump, it’s a godsend. People storming Democrat offices, holding sit-ins. Democrats are now seen as the chief obstacle to “solving” DACA.

    “Completely capitulated.” It’s a 6 month spending bill. Jeez the rhetoric in here is so dramatic.

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    Yeah, about DACA. I don’t think you see what he’s up to. He’s trolling the Dems by saying he’s the one who will get it solved, while they’re using 800,000 human beings as a political football. In other words, he’s bringing the DACA people to his side.
     
    ROTFLMAO

    That's what he wants you to think. It is a fantasy. No one like him or like us will ever win over DACA supporters or any other pets of the left. He is wrong if he actually believes that.

    He has strung American Citizens along too far. This bill and his bullshit explanations for it are the last straws. The camel's back is now broken. He has lost us and he will never gain them.

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    , @MBlanc46
    Maybe we’d be a bit more forgiving if he’d at least make a serious effort on immigration. It seems that he’s more interested in appeasing his opponents—who will never be appeased—than in showing his supporters that he meant what he said that induced them to dupport him. The clock is ticking.
    , @KenH
    Ah, I see you're a true believer in the 4D chess theory of Trump's flip flopping. The way to solve DACA is to end it since it's illegal and unconstitutional (executive branch cannot bestow protections and privileges on illegal aliens) and deport the DACA recipients. That's the law, that's what Trump campaigned on and that's what millions of his supporters demand and expect.

    Latinos have supported Democrats at up to 70% for over three decades and that won't change if Trump and the Repubs cuck on DACA. Latinos are all about race and no matter how hard Republicans marginalize the shrinking conservative wing and try to remake themselves as a rainbow coalition they'll always be perceived as a party for white people. This is just like centrist and conservative Republicans who both delude themselves into thinking that continued surrender and set asides for blacks will translate into a windfall of support for the Republican party.

    For all the concessions made to blacks since 1965 and Republican cheerleading on their behalf, race relations are as toxic as ever and blacks support for anti-white Democrats rarely drops below 90%.

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  145. @Bragadocious
    Yeah, about DACA. I don't think you see what he's up to. He's trolling the Dems by saying he's the one who will get it solved, while they're using 800,000 human beings as a political football. In other words, he's bringing the DACA people to his side. The omnibus bill btw had no provisions for DACA so that drama will continue through the summer, with more protestors getting in the faces of Schumer and Pelosi and demanding they do something. This isn't good theater for Democrats. But for Trump, it's a godsend. People storming Democrat offices, holding sit-ins. Democrats are now seen as the chief obstacle to "solving" DACA.

    "Completely capitulated." It's a 6 month spending bill. Jeez the rhetoric in here is so dramatic.

    Yeah, about DACA. I don’t think you see what he’s up to. He’s trolling the Dems by saying he’s the one who will get it solved, while they’re using 800,000 human beings as a political football. In other words, he’s bringing the DACA people to his side.

    ROTFLMAO

    That’s what he wants you to think. It is a fantasy. No one like him or like us will ever win over DACA supporters or any other pets of the left. He is wrong if he actually believes that.

    He has strung American Citizens along too far. This bill and his bullshit explanations for it are the last straws. The camel’s back is now broken. He has lost us and he will never gain them.

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    Exactly, and I don't remember his voters even wanting DACA.

    CHUMP is a Zionist whore, a man working for those who HATE US.

    Chump has deported fewer illegals than his predecessor over the same period of time, "Open Borders Obama"...

    The man is a traitor, and the only people on line anymore that don't see that, are those PAID hasbara trolls who are paid to keep up the belief that people still support that fat turd.
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  146. @Buzz Mohawk
    Yes this is the end. The end of my support for Trump at least. He is now complete and utter bullshit. It is over.

    And since he was the only choice, and because there appears no other, there is little more to say than this: We do not have a country, and we never will.

    We are, indeed, doomed.

    Welcome to the Monkey-wrench Gang.

    What took you so long to get here?

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  147. @Buzz Mohawk
    Yes this is the end. The end of my support for Trump at least. He is now complete and utter bullshit. It is over.

    And since he was the only choice, and because there appears no other, there is little more to say than this: We do not have a country, and we never will.

    We are, indeed, doomed.

    …there is little more to say than this: We do not have a country, and we never will.

    We are, indeed, doomed.

    You are definitely doomed with that attitude.

    To paraphrase the Great Honey Badger: If you think the elites are going to let you have your country back just because you won a POTUS election, you are sadly mistaken! They don’t care about your vote or what the law says, they are fighting dirty. This crowd needs to get off strictly defense, and punch back.

    Humans are inherently tribal animals. Hit the Elites in their tribal structure where it hurts: the university! Fight for open student admission. Fight against discrimination between accepted students and non-accepted students.

    Harvard University President Drew G Faust recently wrote in May, 2016:

    “Although the fraternities, sororities, and final clubs are not formally recognized by the College, they play an unmistakable and growing role in student life, in many cases enacting forms of privilege and exclusion at odds with our deepest values,”

    If it isn’t the pot calling the kettle black! Harvard itself is this exclusive club that is a giant form of privilege! And even though it’s “privately owned” on paper, it’s historically funded almost entirely through government. This crowd should kick their asses! Open admission for all. End discrimination between students and non-students. And ultimately, separation of school and state!!!

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    …there is little more to say than this: We do not have a country, and we never will.

    We are, indeed, doomed.
     
    You are definitely doomed with that attitude.
     
    Yes, but you've got to get mad:

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

    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/b/b4/Flag_of_the_United_States_%28upside_down%29.svg/120px-Flag_of_the_United_States_%28upside_down%29.svg.png
    , @Twodees Partain
    Oh, yeah. We'll all start screeching about Harvard. That will MAGA, sho'nuff. The elites will fall out in the floor and start biting their own asses.
    , @Sin City Milla
    Its an interesting idea. Equal protection is clearly being violated. They should bus in southies from south Boston up to 50% of student body. I hear other schools have done that on occasion under court order... They can bring sticks.
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  148. Thomm says:
    @Clyde

    *Derb says real estate purchases should be restricted by the race of the purchaser, even if the buyer wants to pay fair-market value. He even expresses surprise that Chinese purchases of US real estate are not blocked. That is economic leftism.
     
    This is economic nationalism and no one here cares about your dopey posts or has his mind charged. Troll.

    Yes, in your quest for ‘Nationalism’, you also advocate socialism. The two often are paired.

    Remember, untalented people (like you) want intra-white socialism. Talented, driven people prefer small government, free market, high liberty societies (like America was in the past).

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    "Remember, untalented people (like you) want intra-white socialism."

    People want socialism because they realize that, as the Buddha said, we all shall get sick, grow old and die. In these conditions we are not able to take care of ourselves. "Socialism" is nothing but saving for the rainy day of our helplessness.

    I hope you grow wise before you grow old. I don't mean to put a curse on you, but if you don't modify your hard-hearted position, I fear that a great evil will befall you. Nemesis, Karma, call it what you will. You must develop some compassion.

    The bad old days of "America in the past" was a land in which the average life expectancy was below 50.
    , @Sin City Milla
    All true nationalism is ethnic, socialistic, n tariff-protected. As Pat Buchanan demonstrated, nations rise on protectionism n fall under free trade. Free trade is just code for "come take us over by an aggressive exclusive tribe." Once that happens, the drawbridge is down, the borders erased, n an endless series of invasions by other aggressive exclusive tribes ensues, lining up to share the loot. The difference is a stable republic versus an empire headed the way of Austria-Hungary.
    , @Mr. Anon
    What have you ever done that anyone should consider you "talented"? You have never displayed any talent here - only smug dickishness and a fondness for pop-culture trash. Some ubermensch you are.

    Stupid s**thead.
    , @Clyde
    Your talent is being an internet blowhard. Obvious to everyone but yourself. Are you a sub-continental living in mom's sub basement?
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  149. MBlanc46 says:
    @Deschutes
    Wow I could barely make it through this crap article. Thoroughly revolting, thoroughly racist. Especially sick is how Derbyshire is mad that there isn't a giant concrete wall going up between Mexico and USA; or that there aren't 5000 more ICE agents 'keeping America safe' from immigrants. He also wants more border security (!?!?), as if the USA's borders are not militarized enough already? Evidently Derbyshire doesn't feel safe enough with the hyper-security at American airports: 80 year old white ladies being told to take off their shoes, being escorted to an inspection room and being told to take off their dress under suspicion of drug smuggling or maybe a bomb hidden somewhere, ya know....we gotta make sure–anybody could be a terrorist m'am.

    This shit article, along with the 'race/ethnicity' section's eugenics articles makes me come to the conclusion that this is a pretty shitty, backwards website.

    You seem to have stumbled into the wrong tavern, buddy. Maybe you ought to just ease out before anyone takes any notice of you.

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  150. tjm says:
    @Mr. Anon
    Trump got elected largely on the promise to deal with out of control immigration and end, or at least reduce, U.S. involvement in foreign adventures. The direction his policies and personnel choices have taken is nothing less than a betrayal of his campaign promises.

    If I had wanted Jeb Bush as President, I would have voted for Jeb Bush.

    When Trump was running it was immigration, immigration, immigration (Latino immigration), but once in office it was Iran, Iran, Iran.

    Oh, he did do the whole “stop migration from Muslims nations”, that was to give him chops, and allow his legions of hasbara Zionist paid trolls to say “look he is trying to stop immigration”.

    I have lived many places in the once great country, and I have rarely seen Muslims anywhere, and if they did migrate here, God bless them, they are likely running from our Zionist directed wars on them.

    But from one side of this country to the other you see hordes of Latinos, swarming into this country.
    Zionist Jews worked to keep our borders open, but more nefariously they worked to destabilize the countries they came from to ensure migration. And the Zionist Jews then used their media to demonize anyone who questioned open borders. They used filthy organizations like the “Southern Poverty Law Center” to bully Americans who dared to and resist the invasion. And behind the scenes they used Real Estate Law, and US loan requirement to ensure they could buy homes…

    I have seen these acts all with my own eyes, and I am sure there is even more they do we don’t see.

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  151. tjm says:
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Yeah, about DACA. I don’t think you see what he’s up to. He’s trolling the Dems by saying he’s the one who will get it solved, while they’re using 800,000 human beings as a political football. In other words, he’s bringing the DACA people to his side.
     
    ROTFLMAO

    That's what he wants you to think. It is a fantasy. No one like him or like us will ever win over DACA supporters or any other pets of the left. He is wrong if he actually believes that.

    He has strung American Citizens along too far. This bill and his bullshit explanations for it are the last straws. The camel's back is now broken. He has lost us and he will never gain them.

    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/b/b4/Flag_of_the_United_States_%28upside_down%29.svg/120px-Flag_of_the_United_States_%28upside_down%29.svg.png

    Exactly, and I don’t remember his voters even wanting DACA.

    CHUMP is a Zionist whore, a man working for those who HATE US.

    Chump has deported fewer illegals than his predecessor over the same period of time, “Open Borders Obama”…

    The man is a traitor, and the only people on line anymore that don’t see that, are those PAID hasbara trolls who are paid to keep up the belief that people still support that fat turd.

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  152. MBlanc46 says:
    @Bragadocious
    Yeah, about DACA. I don't think you see what he's up to. He's trolling the Dems by saying he's the one who will get it solved, while they're using 800,000 human beings as a political football. In other words, he's bringing the DACA people to his side. The omnibus bill btw had no provisions for DACA so that drama will continue through the summer, with more protestors getting in the faces of Schumer and Pelosi and demanding they do something. This isn't good theater for Democrats. But for Trump, it's a godsend. People storming Democrat offices, holding sit-ins. Democrats are now seen as the chief obstacle to "solving" DACA.

    "Completely capitulated." It's a 6 month spending bill. Jeez the rhetoric in here is so dramatic.

    Maybe we’d be a bit more forgiving if he’d at least make a serious effort on immigration. It seems that he’s more interested in appeasing his opponents—who will never be appeased—than in showing his supporters that he meant what he said that induced them to dupport him. The clock is ticking.

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  153. peggy says:
    @Buzz Mohawk
    Yes this is the end. The end of my support for Trump at least. He is now complete and utter bullshit. It is over.

    And since he was the only choice, and because there appears no other, there is little more to say than this: We do not have a country, and we never will.

    We are, indeed, doomed.

    I am done with Trump now.I knew when he was President elect and was backtracking on the Clintons
    crimes saying ‘THEY ARE GOOD PEOPLE THEY SUFFERED ENOUGH ‘ that he might have been a BS artist.
    Now there is no doubt in my mind he is a globalist and neocon .

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  154. JNarbo says:
    @Buzz Mohawk
    Yes this is the end. The end of my support for Trump at least. He is now complete and utter bullshit. It is over.

    And since he was the only choice, and because there appears no other, there is little more to say than this: We do not have a country, and we never will.

    We are, indeed, doomed.

    If you’re of voting age and you voted for Trump, your right to vote must be rescinded. You’re too stupid to vote. And you stand on the train tracks waiting for the train, too, I guess?

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  155. @ Derbyshire and the rest of the idiots here:

    Trumpenthal didn’t get rolled,

    you did. As a lifelong (((NYC))) liberal demoncrat and (((Wall Street))) Zionist stooge,

    Trumpenthal ran a fake-populist con act from June 2015 ff.

    Performance Art.

    and you fell for it.

    Now:

    what Jew-stooge ‘Murkan political hack are you (and Derbyshire and Coulter and etc.) going to fall for next?

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    Trumpenthal ran a fake-populist con act from June 2015
     
    This might be so. Still do no see the details how it was all orchestrated because he must have had very good invisible advisers (I suspect linked to Israel possibly via Kushner's father who "knows all the crooks in Israel") who created a platform for him.

    When on June 2015 he made his first speech all we heard was ISIS, immigrants and the wall. A month later we began to see gory picts from Hungary that just started in June building fence on Serbian border before the so called refugees showed up. I always suspect that Trump had inside operation on the so called refugee invasion on Europe. Who was behind the wave of refugees? Obviously refugees were not unleashed to help Trump but somebody who new about it helped to create Trump platform around this.
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  156. @Massimo Heitor

    ...there is little more to say than this: We do not have a country, and we never will.

    We are, indeed, doomed.
     
    You are definitely doomed with that attitude.

    To paraphrase the Great Honey Badger: If you think the elites are going to let you have your country back just because you won a POTUS election, you are sadly mistaken! They don't care about your vote or what the law says, they are fighting dirty. This crowd needs to get off strictly defense, and punch back.

    Humans are inherently tribal animals. Hit the Elites in their tribal structure where it hurts: the university! Fight for open student admission. Fight against discrimination between accepted students and non-accepted students.

    Harvard University President Drew G Faust recently wrote in May, 2016:

    “Although the fraternities, sororities, and final clubs are not formally recognized by the College, they play an unmistakable and growing role in student life, in many cases enacting forms of privilege and exclusion at odds with our deepest values,"
     
    If it isn't the pot calling the kettle black! Harvard itself is this exclusive club that is a giant form of privilege! And even though it's "privately owned" on paper, it's historically funded almost entirely through government. This crowd should kick their asses! Open admission for all. End discrimination between students and non-students. And ultimately, separation of school and state!!!

    …there is little more to say than this: We do not have a country, and we never will.

    We are, indeed, doomed.

    You are definitely doomed with that attitude.

    Yes, but you’ve got to get mad:

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  157. @Anatoly Karlin
    Trump has certainly shifted discourse into areas that were previously thoroughly unhandshakeworthy.

    At the very least he will leave that as a lasting legacy.

    A terrible waste if it misses obtaining the goals he was elected to at least attempt.

    I am unsure what areas you are talking about, unless you re referencing direct talks with N. Korea. Seems a pitiful waste of new discourse arenas or avenues.

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    1. Americans now notice immigration. Even the word "moratorium" has come into use.
    2. Americans are now open to trade tariffs.
    3. Americans now realise the military is out of control. We should mock the heck out of him trading border security for the military. *We have no threats.* Not one.
    4. Other things zzz.

    Peace with NK is awesome.

    I also want normal trade relations with Venezuela. So, they're Latinos who hate Gringos? Why should I care? If Cuba can cease acting berserk, we should normalise relations with them also. The meddling is stupid and counterproductive; It creates blowback in a number of ways. It's like spending money to lose.

    So, I just wanted to express that last off topic paragraph. The "do something" militarists are fools, or perhaps it's 3-D chess for militarists/globalism.
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  158. Iberiano says:

    Over on Youtube, the alt-right normies (ARNs) are still publishing their thoughts on Q’s latest ramblings…as if any of it were still, or ever was, true.

    They chatter about…the Army Corps of Engineers building the Wall based upon secret insertions in the Defense section of the Omnibus bill. ..and muh 10,000, no, 10 million, wait, 100 million sealed indictments(!), the Clinton’s are secretly being held in a Houdini proof vault in Gitmo, and “we know” and “they’re evil” still make the ARNs wet with delight, posting testimonials to each other like an alter call at a Pentecostal worship service…

    But like Schrödinger’s cat–it’s only true or untrue if it ever happens and you observe it–otherwise, it’s a fantasy novel in which Trump is on a epic Hero’s journey to save the West from the Deep State, that he and Kushner, and a couple of close pals are not actually part of. It was truly, all a mirage, some of us have just had our first sip of the waters of reality, and are no longer buying the “hope and change” narrative we were sold.

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  159. George says:
    @Brabantian
    Let us ponder whether Donald John Trump is a heroic, deeply tragic figure ... a guy with his heart partly in the right place, but blackmailed by the US Deep State, under terrible threats we can only imagine, Trump trying to survive one month at a time so he can do some good in the world despite it all
    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/4f017926d737e3c85c69bcb1b4951840d93e5b7a9d0a3684c9eccf58c1c4a558.jpg

    I sort of agree, he is being held hostage. Trump had a base but not a coalition. He really has no back up. When Harding won in 1920, he actually had a huge congressional delegation, mass support, newspapers, ect. Trump basically has a couple of sympathetic congressmen and an army of internet ranters. Probably things would have worked out better if Hillary won, we might even have gotten lucky and there would be President Kaine by now.

    About the only thing I like is moving the embassy from spectacular oceanfront Tel-Aviv to hot crummy Jerusalem. Believe it or not the US embassy and the ambassador’s residence are oceanfront property. Please god, make them sell it. Even more amusing is other nations might be forced to follow suit.

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  160. @cezanne
    This was Bad! An awful budget that President Trump did not veto. However I am not in the inner circle and as such, am not able to see the reasons for this betrayal of the principles Trump ran on. My support for the best President in my lifetime has not wavered though. There are a lot of enemies of what Trump stands for in Washington. They won a battle, but a battle is not the war. I find it obscene that so many Trump voters are claiming they're jumping ship. You butthurts are just like the snowflakes claiming they would leave this country if Trump won. Hey look, both sides of this coin have the face of a pussy! I say give Trump time. Stand your ground and lets' see what the shakeout reveals. Instead what I'm hearing is a bunch of children crying "you don't love me anymore mommy"! Merkel and M...May are Traitors to their people, It's not the same with President Trump! There are a lot of enemies of Our President, let's not stand with them and give them fodder. Stand up people, be a man, though buffeted by fierce winds, STAND!

    “My support for the best President in my lifetime has not wavered though.”

    Conservative Treehouse called, they’re missing a sycophant.

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  161. eah says:
    @eah
    Actually, it's been obvious for some time -- hasn't it? -- that only explicit White Nationalism will save America.

    https://twitter.com/BasedMonitored/status/977377740298047490

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  162. CCZ says:
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    Those video clips are hilarious. That little, soy-boy twerp is going to be in for a rude awakening when he ventures out of his safe nest.
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  163. @tjm
    Exatly, they may have taken over our elections, but that does not mean we have to buy into the lies.

    Regardless of how we vote, they will always make it appear their man was going to win.

    Remember when Bush ran the second time against Kerry, and Kerry, even in the face of extreme voter irregularity, and promising to challenge every vote, quickly acquiesced and did not contest the results...

    Or when Bush ran against Gore and the "Supreme Court" stepped in to spot the votes...

    Though I believe since 9/11, it is all academic, I believe 9/11 was the final steps in Zionists fully taking over the US government.

    Yes, they drove out any real opposition during Bush II’s first term. The war against Russia will be their last.

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  164. So Congress finally passed a budget. It’s a blockbuster—$1.3 trillion, or around four thousand dollars for every man, woman, and child in the U.S.A.

    I’ll be waiting for my $4000 check … NOT!!!

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  165. I tend to doubt that the sky is falling.

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  166. Thomm says:
    @3g4me
    @92 MBlanc46: "Those sound like race realism and economic nationalism. Calling them Leftism sounds like globalism and multiculturalism to me."

    Thomm is a pajeet (he admitted to this in the past but now attempts to larp as White) so, of course, it is in his interest to condemn both race realism and economic nationalism.

    he admitted to this in the past but now attempts to larp as White

    Nope. Never. I see you can’t produce a link where I said that.

    You are forgetting that White Trashionalists are a defective subrace of whites, which is why you are unable to keep up. Your try to avoid the pain of facing up to the fact that successful whites see WN Wiggers (and your women, the fat bluehaired feminists) as defective losers to avoid. Hence, you imagine that your critics are Jews/Chinese/Indians/Hispanics.

    Get off my lawn, faggot!

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    Back to work, street-sh**ter. Tea-break is over at the call-center.
    , @3g4me
    @166 Thomm

    Go home. You are not White. You are not American. You do not belong here. You are neither wanted nor needed here.
    GO HOME.
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  167. KenH says:
    @Bragadocious
    Yeah, about DACA. I don't think you see what he's up to. He's trolling the Dems by saying he's the one who will get it solved, while they're using 800,000 human beings as a political football. In other words, he's bringing the DACA people to his side. The omnibus bill btw had no provisions for DACA so that drama will continue through the summer, with more protestors getting in the faces of Schumer and Pelosi and demanding they do something. This isn't good theater for Democrats. But for Trump, it's a godsend. People storming Democrat offices, holding sit-ins. Democrats are now seen as the chief obstacle to "solving" DACA.

    "Completely capitulated." It's a 6 month spending bill. Jeez the rhetoric in here is so dramatic.

    Ah, I see you’re a true believer in the 4D chess theory of Trump’s flip flopping. The way to solve DACA is to end it since it’s illegal and unconstitutional (executive branch cannot bestow protections and privileges on illegal aliens) and deport the DACA recipients. That’s the law, that’s what Trump campaigned on and that’s what millions of his supporters demand and expect.

    Latinos have supported Democrats at up to 70% for over three decades and that won’t change if Trump and the Repubs cuck on DACA. Latinos are all about race and no matter how hard Republicans marginalize the shrinking conservative wing and try to remake themselves as a rainbow coalition they’ll always be perceived as a party for white people. This is just like centrist and conservative Republicans who both delude themselves into thinking that continued surrender and set asides for blacks will translate into a windfall of support for the Republican party.

    For all the concessions made to blacks since 1965 and Republican cheerleading on their behalf, race relations are as toxic as ever and blacks support for anti-white Democrats rarely drops below 90%.

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    You're missing the point. It isn't that Trump is trying to win over Mexican anchor babies, it's that he sees a deal via DACA as a way of getting his wall. The Dems initially signaled they might go for this, then during the budget talks said no -- and they kicked the DACAians to the curb. I agree that deporting them would be ideal, but as I said in another thread, fully 85% of Congress is utterly opposed to this. (And the wall as well) How would Trump fund his wall without using leverage like DACA or some other thing the Dems and Rinos say they want? He couldn't, unless he went full Viktor Orban and deployed the military to the border and just started building on the basis of national security.
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  168. Daniel H says:
    @CCZ
    Change the color of the clothes and you have a fully developed little Nazi??

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/03/hogg-wild-david-hogg-rallies-democrats-in-dc-if-you-listen-real-close-you-can-hear-the-people-in-power-shaking-video/

    Those video clips are hilarious. That little, soy-boy twerp is going to be in for a rude awakening when he ventures out of his safe nest.

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  169. Thomm says:
    @Corvinus
    "Actually, it’s been obvious for some time — hasn’t it? — that only explicit White Nationalism will save America."

    Except Whites are other than monolithic. So it clearly not obvious. But best wishes on your endeavor.

    Except Whites are other than monolithic.

    You are correct. We are not monolithic. Plus, any study of HBD will reveal that white variance is extremely high. Hence, medians and averages are of little utility in describing us.

    Since white variance is so high :

    White males range from near-supermen of exceptional all-round ability to losers of stunningly low merit (the White Trashionalists).

    While female range from perfect 10s of exquisite beauty to fat bluehaired monsters that are the only race of women pushing ‘feminism’ to such an extreme degree.

    Needless to say, this sort of high variance makes the modern version of white nationalism impossible. It is not lost on us that the bottom 20% of white males just want intra-white socialism, and that is the core basis of their pleas for ‘white nationalism’.

    Simply for pointing this out, the WN wiggers here have variously called me a Jew, a Chinese, and most often, an Indian (all of whom are far more desirable to have in America than WN wiggers).

    This variance is the crux of white disunity.

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    You are correct. We are not monolithic. Plus, any study of HBD will reveal that white variance is extremely high. Hence, medians and averages are of little utility in describing us.
     
    Are you really that stupid? Yes - I guess you are. White IQ is described by a gaussian distribution, just as is every other population. (Gauss was a great 18th/19th century german mathematician - I include that for your benefit, given that you are a drooling nitwit). The average, median (essentially the same thing for a normal distribution) and standard deviation are well known. The average is higher for whites, so they have relatively more people who have great intelligence than do most other races (save east asians and ashkhenazim). There's nothing magic about it, idiot. If you were even remotely mathematically literate (you quite evidently, are not), you would no that.

    Needless to say, this sort of high variance makes the modern version of white nationalism impossible. It is not lost on us that the bottom 20% of white males just want intra-white socialism, and that is the core basis of their pleas for ‘white nationalism’.
     
    Needless to say, you are wrong. I am not a white nationalist, but yours is a mischaracterization of what they believe. Indeed, there is no single thing they believe as they are not even a single, unified group.

    "This variance is the crux of white disunity."

    No, that isn't true. Whites do indeed exhibit a great deal of disunity. And it is why they will quite possibly vanish from the earth. Something that doesn't seem to bother you, you smug, stupid piece of s**t.

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  170. From the moment that Trump entered the White House, he was a bit strange and we had to take it on faith that he was playing four-dimensional chess. Now it has become evident that he is playing Snakes and Ladders, and cheating at that, and that this is what he was doing from the beginning.

    Where now is the Trump health care plan that would have everyone beautifully covered without huge deductibles, copayments, and absurdly expensive drugs? Where was it ever?

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  171. Weaver1 says:

    Vote Constitution Party if you’re angry. It at least gets your vote against them counted (as opposed to not voting).

    The problem seems to be American populists argued for and built a movement without any leaders. With the Internet here, maybe someone can win a seat without selling himself to lobbyists.

    Democracy is a failure. The Bill of Rights is nice at least, while it lasts.

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  172. Oldgit says:

    Bannon for president.

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  173. Weaver1 says:
    @EliteCommInc.
    A terrible waste if it misses obtaining the goals he was elected to at least attempt.


    I am unsure what areas you are talking about, unless you re referencing direct talks with N. Korea. Seems a pitiful waste of new discourse arenas or avenues.

    1. Americans now notice immigration. Even the word “moratorium” has come into use.
    2. Americans are now open to trade tariffs.
    3. Americans now realise the military is out of control. We should mock the heck out of him trading border security for the military. *We have no threats.* Not one.
    4. Other things zzz.

    Peace with NK is awesome.

    I also want normal trade relations with Venezuela. So, they’re Latinos who hate Gringos? Why should I care? If Cuba can cease acting berserk, we should normalise relations with them also. The meddling is stupid and counterproductive; It creates blowback in a number of ways. It’s like spending money to lose.

    So, I just wanted to express that last off topic paragraph. The “do something” militarists are fools, or perhaps it’s 3-D chess for militarists/globalism.

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    We should have put a moratorium on on immigration for at least five years after Sept 11.

    The US states wants available employment with some manner of compensation to at meet the demands required to care for their families. If trade deficits aid in the promise, fine. I am not sure that is the way to go. But trade protection is practiced by nearly every other WTO partner -- we are late to that practice. The federal government is the tool of the US citizen and it should act accordingly, that includes the least of these. It's current pattern of protecting a select groups and leveraging their influence, wealth and power against the interests of the US citizen is a violation of the constitution's mandate of government's purpose. And what the president should be advocating is accountability.

    -- freeze pay for all members of congress
    -- put in place policies that make it a conflict of interest for any elected or
    appointed member of government to have partnerships or even invest in stocks,
    etc. as they are responsible for the fair accounting of the same.
    -- to note but a few steps.

    I don't think the public has full grasp of what is going on with military. There is a general sense, that they would prefer to stay out conflicts with other states needless to US security needs. But there a increased gap between the citizens of this country and the US military. The use of special ops and small teams, airpower (including drones) to engage in military adventures, means low casualties and that keeps concerns or awareness low.

    The US does have threats, some very serious. And the US does have to be aware of her strategic needs to protect her interests. However, I do think the public may sense that our response to threats exceeded the actual threats and worse increased the number of threats, the ability to effectively respond to the same and created scenarios that have made known threats and our relations with them more unstable. We may be over extended.

    I think we are long over due for having face to face communications with North Korea.


    Just the views of a layman --

    excuse the windedness.

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  174. @Thomm
    Yes, in your quest for 'Nationalism', you also advocate socialism. The two often are paired.

    Remember, untalented people (like you) want intra-white socialism. Talented, driven people prefer small government, free market, high liberty societies (like America was in the past).

    “Remember, untalented people (like you) want intra-white socialism.”

    People want socialism because they realize that, as the Buddha said, we all shall get sick, grow old and die. In these conditions we are not able to take care of ourselves. “Socialism” is nothing but saving for the rainy day of our helplessness.

    I hope you grow wise before you grow old. I don’t mean to put a curse on you, but if you don’t modify your hard-hearted position, I fear that a great evil will befall you. Nemesis, Karma, call it what you will. You must develop some compassion.

    The bad old days of “America in the past” was a land in which the average life expectancy was below 50.

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    People want socialism because they realize that, as the Buddha said, we all shall get sick, grow old and die. In these conditions we are not able to take care of ourselves. “Socialism” is nothing but saving for the rainy day of our helplessness.
     
    Socialism is both unjust and cruel. It has failed in country after country (see Venezuela for the latest example). Socialism is the exact opposite of compassion.

    But thanks for proving that White Nationalism is extremely left-wing on economic matters.

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  175. Hey, look at it like this, so long as we survive these knuckleheads in DC, the longer this nonsense goes on the fewer and fewer fence sitters there will be when the next election rolls around.
    Americans will grow more extreme with each stab in the back by these cowards. So they will vote more extreme.
    Don’t be fooled by the TV, and the fake protests, there aren’t that many of these loons out there in reality, most Americans are like most people here, they see through the BS. Its all an illusion, just like the no chance of Hillary losing shtick. and I seriously doubt she won popular vote among legal citizens.
    The thing they fear most is Americans coming together to bring them down, why the hell do you think they’re doing all this? Divide and Conquer. Blacks are turning towards people like Farrakhan every day, just like whites are turning more towards Duke and McDonald, this is scaring the piss out of TPTB. What they fear the most is those blacks, whites, everyone coming together. To defeat the common enemy. Go and listen to Farrakhan speak if you haven’t already, we’re not so different, you don’t have to agree with everything he says to find common ground.
    and again, the longer this goes on, in a way, it will only make us stronger and more united. Trust me.
    Help wake up everyone around you, don’t be afraid to tell the truth, our future depends on exposing the truth to as many as possible.

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    6 black women shut down a freeway near the airport in San Francisco a few yrs ago and it was national news. 6 people, really?
    This is because the media is in on it.
    Remember when Trump said at the rallies that the media won't turn the cameras around to show how big the crowd was?
    They were gonna steal the election (tried) but the wave was too big and he won.
    If everyone who supports the 2nd showed up the media would not report on it, like they didn't report on antiwar protests.
    The media is the sworn enemy of the republic and Trump has done a great job of branding them Fake News.
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  176. @Massimo Heitor

    ...there is little more to say than this: We do not have a country, and we never will.

    We are, indeed, doomed.
     
    You are definitely doomed with that attitude.

    To paraphrase the Great Honey Badger: If you think the elites are going to let you have your country back just because you won a POTUS election, you are sadly mistaken! They don't care about your vote or what the law says, they are fighting dirty. This crowd needs to get off strictly defense, and punch back.

    Humans are inherently tribal animals. Hit the Elites in their tribal structure where it hurts: the university! Fight for open student admission. Fight against discrimination between accepted students and non-accepted students.

    Harvard University President Drew G Faust recently wrote in May, 2016:

    “Although the fraternities, sororities, and final clubs are not formally recognized by the College, they play an unmistakable and growing role in student life, in many cases enacting forms of privilege and exclusion at odds with our deepest values,"
     
    If it isn't the pot calling the kettle black! Harvard itself is this exclusive club that is a giant form of privilege! And even though it's "privately owned" on paper, it's historically funded almost entirely through government. This crowd should kick their asses! Open admission for all. End discrimination between students and non-students. And ultimately, separation of school and state!!!

    Oh, yeah. We’ll all start screeching about Harvard. That will MAGA, sho’nuff. The elites will fall out in the floor and start biting their own asses.

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    Oh, yeah. We’ll all start screeching about Harvard. That will MAGA, sho’nuff. The elites will fall out in the floor and start biting their own asses.
     
    If you are "screeching" you've already lost.

    Any major social movement should be driven by a positive world outlook and helping large numbers of people, not negativity towards enemies.

    If education is a great thing, which I believe, make it available to more people. Take the Harvards and Yales and the Stanfords and the Public Ivies and open up branches around the nation and maximize enrollment. Champion inclusion and equality and maximizing opportunity. Our current higher education system has pursued the opposite strategy of minimizing enrollment, competing with each other for higher student rejection rates, and maximizing exclusive branding. Admissions offices determine who is excluded and denied the privilege of enrolling in classes based on race, skin color, religion, and political ideology. And despite behind funded by the public through government, they maintain a full cloak of secrecy, so unpopular decisions about excluding certain racial or religious groups are hidden. I'd argue that government funded education should be available to any citizen who can pay for it. And ultimately, as religion has kind of evolved into education, as Harvard and Yale have dropped the pretense of training Protestant clergy and moved towards full education, Thomas Jefferson's ideal of "separation of church and state" should evolve into "separation of school and state".
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  177. jako says:
    @Ann B.
    At this point, its obvious that Trump was as much of a lying con-man as Obama.

    The key tell is this. While partisans of both claim that their man is powerless to do anything else, the key thing to notice is that they don't fight it.

    Trump had a powerful political force behind him at the time of the 2016 elections. It was always obvious that Trump at best had only a minority faction behind him in Congress. And the beauracracy was packed with Hillary and Obama neo-liberals. Plus the pool of people Trump could likely appoint to the many positions he had to fill were the Bush neocons.

    Thus, it was rather unrealistic to expect Trump to have many successes in his first two years.

    However, what he could do is to fight and plan from day one to the fall elections in 2018 to use them to try to shift the power in Washington. Often, it doesn't matter if you lose on a particular vote. The key is to set the issues for the coming campaign.

    Trump needed to do to things. One was to try to take control of the swamp through some key appointments. Probably the best thing to do would be to try to put some key and loyal people into key positions, then wage the internal warfare for them to get control of their departments.

    The second and perhaps most important thing for Trump to do was to immediately start recruiting a strong slate of Trump loyalists to run for Congress. And Trump needed to challenge many sitting Republicans in the 2018 primaries. One key to doing this would be to fight for what he believes in, even if he loses those fights and votes. But Trump would be setting the stage to gain in Congress in 2018. Trump needed to fight for his foriegn policy agenda. Trump needed to fight for his wall. Trump needed to fight for his vision of how immigration should work. Even if he lost every vote in Congress, Trump would have been preparing the ground and setting the issues for the 2018 congressional campaigns.

    Instead, Trump has been completely rolled. Trump has proven to be incompetent at forming the key team of people around him. That's been in constant turmoil. Trump has been rolled on foreign policy. The deep state that endorsed Hillary is now firmly in control. Trump has been rolled on every issue. And as such, if a prospective candidate wanted to run backing Trump, what the heck would they run on as issues?

    If Trump was for real, he'd have fought such a battle. Instead, Trump turns out to have been a con-man who simply said whatever the crowd wanted to hear. Trump turned out to be too incompetent to pull any of it off. It turns out that running a family business does not prepare one for running a huge organization and beauracracy and the internal intrigues of control of the world's most powerful nation. And worst of all, Trump turned out to be weak and unwilling to fight for what he said that made the crowds cheer.

    You can’t compare the Donald with the Liar-in-Chief aka the Nobel (fuc*ing) Peace Price laureate, who had an insight to the inner workings of Washington, yet claimed: “Yes, we can.”
    The Donald would have been out of his league to run for mayor of Lost Springs, WY. But!, his “win” was no joke, it was the testament of the “unacceptable alternative,” to say the least. And therefore: I do not know how can US voters believe in their “democracy,” after so many proofs of the nature of the Deep State/Swamp/Military-Security-Industrial…
    Contemplating on what he should have done to suddenly become who he is not is as idiotic as he is.

    OTOH, here, in the Great White North, we don’t have this. We have the same government all the time (due to our deep state); however, we have genuinely different taste of it — say “flair” (it is bilingual term also!)

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  178. Thomm says:
    @ThreeCranes
    "Remember, untalented people (like you) want intra-white socialism."

    People want socialism because they realize that, as the Buddha said, we all shall get sick, grow old and die. In these conditions we are not able to take care of ourselves. "Socialism" is nothing but saving for the rainy day of our helplessness.

    I hope you grow wise before you grow old. I don't mean to put a curse on you, but if you don't modify your hard-hearted position, I fear that a great evil will befall you. Nemesis, Karma, call it what you will. You must develop some compassion.

    The bad old days of "America in the past" was a land in which the average life expectancy was below 50.

    People want socialism because they realize that, as the Buddha said, we all shall get sick, grow old and die. In these conditions we are not able to take care of ourselves. “Socialism” is nothing but saving for the rainy day of our helplessness.

    Socialism is both unjust and cruel. It has failed in country after country (see Venezuela for the latest example). Socialism is the exact opposite of compassion.

    But thanks for proving that White Nationalism is extremely left-wing on economic matters.

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    There's socialism and there's Socialism.

    Venezuela is failing because it's a one trick pony--oil export--and the United States is waging economic war on oil-exporting giant, Russia, with our "new found" oil capacity. Venezuela is incidental by catch, unfortunately for them.

    Socialism, or socialism seems to work pretty well for Denmark and the rest whose citizens can rest easy in the knowledge that when they are most vulnerable, they will not be out on the street.

    I don't know whether you're just trolling or whether you're a true believer, but you might pause and consider that someday you too will experience adversity that will leave you flat on your back.

    When we're young, or on a roll and riding high, it's hard to imagine that one day we will become sick, old and die, but it's part of life.

    Go ahead, dismantle all the support systems. Believe in your own invincibility and immortality. Ascend without a climbing rope. After all, you never make mistakes and life never treats you unfairly. You're "good people", and everybody knows that bad things don't happen to good people.

    Don't say I didn't warn you.

    , @ThreeCranes
    Oh, and whatever I say doesn't "prove" a thing about "White Nationalism" (as you put it) or their opinions about anything. I'm pretty independent-minded and am happy to speak for myself.
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  179. Anonymous[527] • Disclaimer says:

    We’re still far better off with Trump than we would’ve been with the Hildabeast. Nevertheless, even if he can’t stop the Deep State, he can still do what he can do against it- in this case, not sign the bill. It would show defiance, would help to maintain his supporters, would delay the process and get under their skin, even if it eventually went through by going back through Congress. And in the mean time, its possible some additional concessions and modifications could be made that would improve things.

    I can see the frustration with Trump. He’s really fighting against a tornado here. But I think he could do more about the things that matter most to voters, perhaps start pulling some executive orders out of his tail like his predecessor. If they won’t play fair, then return the favor.

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  180. Zorro says:

    Since Trump predictably got cucked by the deep state regarding his internal agenda they will now re-direct him to foreign policy. The president has a lot more leeway when it comes to foreign policy little congressional and judicial oversight etc the only realistic foreign policy initiative for him is bombing some Middle Eastern country and posturing vis a vis Russia and China I highly doubt Trump will be indulging in Peacekeeping initaitves or solving global warming or whatever he’s a conservative and all of his advisors are neo-conservative zionists hawks so War will probably happen in Syria and Iran soon.

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  181. @Brabantian
    Let us ponder whether Donald John Trump is a heroic, deeply tragic figure ... a guy with his heart partly in the right place, but blackmailed by the US Deep State, under terrible threats we can only imagine, Trump trying to survive one month at a time so he can do some good in the world despite it all
    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/4f017926d737e3c85c69bcb1b4951840d93e5b7a9d0a3684c9eccf58c1c4a558.jpg

    Maybe he’s doing this to avoid ending up like Kennedy. It would be better if he ended up like Allende.

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    It seems that the communist democrats would prefer that Trump end up like Nicolae Ceaușescu .
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  182. @KenH
    Ah, I see you're a true believer in the 4D chess theory of Trump's flip flopping. The way to solve DACA is to end it since it's illegal and unconstitutional (executive branch cannot bestow protections and privileges on illegal aliens) and deport the DACA recipients. That's the law, that's what Trump campaigned on and that's what millions of his supporters demand and expect.

    Latinos have supported Democrats at up to 70% for over three decades and that won't change if Trump and the Repubs cuck on DACA. Latinos are all about race and no matter how hard Republicans marginalize the shrinking conservative wing and try to remake themselves as a rainbow coalition they'll always be perceived as a party for white people. This is just like centrist and conservative Republicans who both delude themselves into thinking that continued surrender and set asides for blacks will translate into a windfall of support for the Republican party.

    For all the concessions made to blacks since 1965 and Republican cheerleading on their behalf, race relations are as toxic as ever and blacks support for anti-white Democrats rarely drops below 90%.

    You’re missing the point. It isn’t that Trump is trying to win over Mexican anchor babies, it’s that he sees a deal via DACA as a way of getting his wall. The Dems initially signaled they might go for this, then during the budget talks said no — and they kicked the DACAians to the curb. I agree that deporting them would be ideal, but as I said in another thread, fully 85% of Congress is utterly opposed to this. (And the wall as well) How would Trump fund his wall without using leverage like DACA or some other thing the Dems and Rinos say they want? He couldn’t, unless he went full Viktor Orban and deployed the military to the border and just started building on the basis of national security.

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    he sees a deal via DACA as a way of getting his wall
     
    But that doesn't make sense, at all. The wall is little more than a symbol. It's the enforcement of immigration policies that counts. Most other countries in the world don't have walls (Israel being a maze-like exception, naturally) and they don't suffer from mass immigration. Why: because an illegal immigrant can't open a bank account, find accommodation or employment without getting caught, detained and shipped back. It's as simple as that. The cost-benefit ratio is simply not there for prospective illegals. They'd lose money, time and nerves on a project that will never be rewarded. It's all cost and zero benefit.

    It's when you reward them for illegally invading the country, like Trump is planning to do, that the calculation inverts. A minor logistical problem is manageable if the reward is a lifetime of gibs, "better" life or Jihad for the invader, his cousins, underage brides and their offspring - in perpetuity.

    Besides, if Trump pardons the Dreamers (and their cousins), they'll all pick up "we will replace you" signs and vote for his opponent in the next election and you'll never see a white, male president of the US in your lifetime. The next brown, gender-fluid (gaseous?) prez will turn the wall into an amusement park for diversity celebrations and Soros-funded poetry recitals.
    , @KenH

    Trump is trying to win over Mexican anchor babies, it’s that he sees a deal via DACA as a way of getting his wall.
     
    I know full well what he's trying to do and it will blow up in his face. It's already alienating parts of his base. Partial wall funding for a pathway to citizenship for 800K DACA illegal aliens is a heavy price to pay and for someone who billed himself as the best negotiator on earth, this gives away the farm right off the bat. The Democrats are playing hard ball and will settle for nothing less than instant amnesty since that will flip a number of congressional districts blue and put Texas further on the road from red to blue.

    I agree that deporting them would be ideal, but as I said in another thread, fully 85% of Congress is utterly opposed to this.
     
    There's nothing stopping Trump from deporting DACA "kids". That's what the law requires and Trump's pulling an Obama and refusing to enforce a law for perceived political gain after he swore an oath to do so.

    And to make matters worse Trump now campaigns for RINOs like Romney who hate him and will vote against him on immigration should he win a Senate seat.

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  183. @Dr. X
    Yeah. I hate to say it, but this looks like the end for White America. Trump was always a flawed candidate, and we all knew he was merely a last-ditch attempt to avoid the utter destruction of white, male America imminent under a Hillary presidency.

    Now that Trump's been fully cucked, we're out of options. The next Democrat administration will repeal the tax cut, ban and start confiscating guns, and open the borders to an unlimited number of swarthy Third World hordes. Affirmative action, which is, for practical purposes already permanent, will morph into government persecution of whites. Lesbians and transgenders will control out military, police, and the NSA and will prosecute any speech they deem "offensive."

    Racially, the country will become a North American Brazil, but politically it will be Orwellian to neo-Soviet.

    A small clique of Jews and financial oligarchs will do OK, but the rest of us are well and truly fucked.

    There’s still a way. If Trump puts 2 strict constructionists on SCOTUS. That is, people who can actually read English.

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  184. @Massimo Heitor

    ...there is little more to say than this: We do not have a country, and we never will.

    We are, indeed, doomed.
     
    You are definitely doomed with that attitude.

    To paraphrase the Great Honey Badger: If you think the elites are going to let you have your country back just because you won a POTUS election, you are sadly mistaken! They don't care about your vote or what the law says, they are fighting dirty. This crowd needs to get off strictly defense, and punch back.

    Humans are inherently tribal animals. Hit the Elites in their tribal structure where it hurts: the university! Fight for open student admission. Fight against discrimination between accepted students and non-accepted students.

    Harvard University President Drew G Faust recently wrote in May, 2016:

    “Although the fraternities, sororities, and final clubs are not formally recognized by the College, they play an unmistakable and growing role in student life, in many cases enacting forms of privilege and exclusion at odds with our deepest values,"
     
    If it isn't the pot calling the kettle black! Harvard itself is this exclusive club that is a giant form of privilege! And even though it's "privately owned" on paper, it's historically funded almost entirely through government. This crowd should kick their asses! Open admission for all. End discrimination between students and non-students. And ultimately, separation of school and state!!!

    Its an interesting idea. Equal protection is clearly being violated. They should bus in southies from south Boston up to 50% of student body. I hear other schools have done that on occasion under court order… They can bring sticks.

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  185. utu says:
    @Haxo Angmark
    @ Derbyshire and the rest of the idiots here:

    Trumpenthal didn't get rolled,

    you did. As a lifelong (((NYC))) liberal demoncrat and (((Wall Street))) Zionist stooge,

    Trumpenthal ran a fake-populist con act from June 2015 ff.

    Performance Art.

    and you fell for it.

    Now:

    what Jew-stooge 'Murkan political hack are you (and Derbyshire and Coulter and etc.) going to fall for next?

    Trumpenthal ran a fake-populist con act from June 2015

    This might be so. Still do no see the details how it was all orchestrated because he must have had very good invisible advisers (I suspect linked to Israel possibly via Kushner’s father who “knows all the crooks in Israel”) who created a platform for him.

    When on June 2015 he made his first speech all we heard was ISIS, immigrants and the wall. A month later we began to see gory picts from Hungary that just started in June building fence on Serbian border before the so called refugees showed up. I always suspect that Trump had inside operation on the so called refugee invasion on Europe. Who was behind the wave of refugees? Obviously refugees were not unleashed to help Trump but somebody who new about it helped to create Trump platform around this.

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  186. delmas says:

    Trump has chosen the wrong camp. He’ll regret it, even from the top of his Trump tower;

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  187. @Thomm
    Yes, in your quest for 'Nationalism', you also advocate socialism. The two often are paired.

    Remember, untalented people (like you) want intra-white socialism. Talented, driven people prefer small government, free market, high liberty societies (like America was in the past).

    All true nationalism is ethnic, socialistic, n tariff-protected. As Pat Buchanan demonstrated, nations rise on protectionism n fall under free trade. Free trade is just code for “come take us over by an aggressive exclusive tribe.” Once that happens, the drawbridge is down, the borders erased, n an endless series of invasions by other aggressive exclusive tribes ensues, lining up to share the loot. The difference is a stable republic versus an empire headed the way of Austria-Hungary.

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  188. eah says:
    @eah
    https://twitter.com/AlfredAlbion/status/977678679357689857

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  189. No it was Trump who rolled congress.

    Just read something everyone is missing.
    Omnibus bill is not a federal budget so nothing has to be done. He can give Planned Parenthood $1, doesn’t have to give more. Can slow walk the money as Obama did for 8 yrs. Remember those “shovel ready jobs” he never funded and spent the money on things he did want like arming the postal service. Sanctuary cities can get .50 cents and starve.
    Obama didn’t have a budget for 8 yrs, he had Omnibus suggestions.
    Trump said “border security is part of national security” so he may have gotten the wall money.
    The money spent is totally up to the President. He can always say we need a military base at the border and the wall is part of it using the Army Corps of Engineers to build it.
    The story and lots of links here for your own research.

    https://www.reddit.com/r/greatawakening/comments/86ogn4/omnibus_bill_is_not_a_federal_budget_potus_wins/

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    Your comment is a refreshing contrast to the "Trump sold us out- it's all over" narrative which dominates this thread.

    For further support of your view people could have a look at "Rejoice ~ The Omnibus Bill Was Exactly What Pres Trump Wanted & Needed!", at the-fringe.com, where DaJavoo explains how "DJT played the lot of them like a fiddle".

    Congress actually stepped on their crank by NOT giving him a "legal" BUDGET ~ those have to be spent as written into law, because BUDGETS ARE LAW.

    'Omnibus' bills have suggested instructions, but the discretion is up to the President.  Obama NEVER had a budget, it was always 'omnibus' ~ and is why he could play fast and loose with bux nobuddy knew where it was coming from/going...uh, like cash to Iran.

    Congress was so used to the omnibus thing they just rolled it up ~ been doing it for the last 8 years!  BUT some high-power Dems knew and voted NAY!  THEY KNEW they were giving Donnie the keys to the kingdom for 6 months until the fiscal year runs out in September.  DONNIE ALSO KNOWS.  (But, in six months it prolly won't matter as TSHTF by then ~ new ballgame.
     
    What will hit the fan (HTF) will be the much anticipated OIG report.

    A few further points from DaJavoo:

    "Trump & Mattis have secured the $700 bn for the military. That is locked in, a fantastic outcome for #MAGA".

    "But all other spending is up for review & can be cut in late September."

    Trump can "choke the s**t out of the funding directed to the Dem hobby horses."
    "direct funding to the Swamp Drainage & Plumbing Co."
    and
    "put in increased military spending, wall spending, defund sanctuary cities etc etc."

    Meanwhile...
    "OIGGate, ClintonGate, ObamaGate and other scandals" will change the political landscape. These will hit the uniparty and remove some "congress critturs", including GOPe "swamp creatures"
    ...all in time for the mid-terms.

     

    So his advice is: "FFS, just chill and enjoy the show!"
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  190. @redmudhooch
    Hey, look at it like this, so long as we survive these knuckleheads in DC, the longer this nonsense goes on the fewer and fewer fence sitters there will be when the next election rolls around.
    Americans will grow more extreme with each stab in the back by these cowards. So they will vote more extreme.
    Don't be fooled by the TV, and the fake protests, there aren't that many of these loons out there in reality, most Americans are like most people here, they see through the BS. Its all an illusion, just like the no chance of Hillary losing shtick. and I seriously doubt she won popular vote among legal citizens.
    The thing they fear most is Americans coming together to bring them down, why the hell do you think they're doing all this? Divide and Conquer. Blacks are turning towards people like Farrakhan every day, just like whites are turning more towards Duke and McDonald, this is scaring the piss out of TPTB. What they fear the most is those blacks, whites, everyone coming together. To defeat the common enemy. Go and listen to Farrakhan speak if you haven't already, we're not so different, you don't have to agree with everything he says to find common ground.
    and again, the longer this goes on, in a way, it will only make us stronger and more united. Trust me.
    Help wake up everyone around you, don't be afraid to tell the truth, our future depends on exposing the truth to as many as possible.

    6 black women shut down a freeway near the airport in San Francisco a few yrs ago and it was national news. 6 people, really?
    This is because the media is in on it.
    Remember when Trump said at the rallies that the media won’t turn the cameras around to show how big the crowd was?
    They were gonna steal the election (tried) but the wave was too big and he won.
    If everyone who supports the 2nd showed up the media would not report on it, like they didn’t report on antiwar protests.
    The media is the sworn enemy of the republic and Trump has done a great job of branding them Fake News.

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  191. Anonymous[285] • Disclaimer says:
    @Bragadocious
    You're missing the point. It isn't that Trump is trying to win over Mexican anchor babies, it's that he sees a deal via DACA as a way of getting his wall. The Dems initially signaled they might go for this, then during the budget talks said no -- and they kicked the DACAians to the curb. I agree that deporting them would be ideal, but as I said in another thread, fully 85% of Congress is utterly opposed to this. (And the wall as well) How would Trump fund his wall without using leverage like DACA or some other thing the Dems and Rinos say they want? He couldn't, unless he went full Viktor Orban and deployed the military to the border and just started building on the basis of national security.

    he sees a deal via DACA as a way of getting his wall

    But that doesn’t make sense, at all. The wall is little more than a symbol. It’s the enforcement of immigration policies that counts. Most other countries in the world don’t have walls (Israel being a maze-like exception, naturally) and they don’t suffer from mass immigration. Why: because an illegal immigrant can’t open a bank account, find accommodation or employment without getting caught, detained and shipped back. It’s as simple as that. The cost-benefit ratio is simply not there for prospective illegals. They’d lose money, time and nerves on a project that will never be rewarded. It’s all cost and zero benefit.

    It’s when you reward them for illegally invading the country, like Trump is planning to do, that the calculation inverts. A minor logistical problem is manageable if the reward is a lifetime of gibs, “better” life or Jihad for the invader, his cousins, underage brides and their offspring – in perpetuity.

    Besides, if Trump pardons the Dreamers (and their cousins), they’ll all pick up “we will replace you” signs and vote for his opponent in the next election and you’ll never see a white, male president of the US in your lifetime. The next brown, gender-fluid (gaseous?) prez will turn the wall into an amusement park for diversity celebrations and Soros-funded poetry recitals.

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  192. llloyd says: • Website
    @Peter Akuleyev
    The fact that Trump is a sad excuse for a human being and a conman has been pretty obvious since the 1980s. It was never clear to me why conservatives believed this man had really changed his spots.

    The one and only issue where Trump really does seem to have some principles and conviction is trade. He has certainly defied the Deep State, and most of his donors, on that issue and he may yet force China to cave and open their economy to Western corporations. If he pulls that off, he will deserve some credit.

    And really, despite his lack of structural change to immigration laws, the ICE does seem to have become a lot more zealous under Trump's watch than it would have been under Hillary, so there is that. Problem is Trump is actually looking a lot like Obama - a lot of symbolic gestures that will probably be instantly reversed by the next President (whether Dem or GOP), but no real influence over congress and very little substantive legislative changes. From Carter to Obama and now Trump the record of "outsiders" in the White House is pretty pathetic.

    Social worker and business dealer. They do have a lot in common but from different classes. Both do not seek real change or real victory. Merely a better re-arrangement of the cards

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  193. TheBoom says:
    @Dave
    Your last sentence explains why Trump was allowed to win in the first place. I think a lot of commenters are severely underestimating the power of the Deep State and the degree to which it plays a long game in order to accomplish it's goal, that being radically open borders, disarmament of the American populace and military antagonism of every other country on Earth.
    The Deep State let Trump win to show legacy Americans that no matter what they ask for or complain about, it won't happen. Populism will be killed by the bureaucracy in a very public way, no holds barred.
    There was a reason Eisenhower warned Americans about the growing power of the military/industrial complex. He knew what was coming. Almost no one really listened.
    A cabal of unelected spies has had de facto control over domestic and foreign policy for 2 generations and counting, with no end in sight.
    The swamp swallowed Trump whole.

    Based on the emails that have been released between the FBI lovebirds, the deep state didn’t allow him to win based on a desire to teach a lesson but that seems to be how they turned it to their advantage. I doubt though that a combination of DS, media and social networks, will allow another populist white who isn’t am ethno masochist to win again. The lucked out that Trump turned out to be a fraud. They likely won’t want to risk not being lucky next time

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  194. deschutes says:
    @Mr. Anon

    80 year old white ladies being told to take off their shoes, being escorted to an inspection room and being told to take off their dress under suspicion of drug smuggling or maybe a bomb hidden somewhere, ya know….we gotta make sure–anybody could be a terrorist m’am.
     
    And what is the cause of these outrages? Why have airports in this country become Bill-of-Rights-free-zones? Because we permitted immigration from muslim nations. We imported problems we never used to have, so our ham-handed government deals with them the way they deal with every such problem - by treating all of the rest of US as criminals.

    It's called anarcho-tyranny. Look it up, idiot.

    Oh, and by the way, f**k you too.

    You are a fucking idiot to blame the Muslims for the hyper-extreme airport “security” in USA. Who is to blame for your countries fucked up neo-nazi airport security? your own fucked up government is, that’s who. Your government has laid waste to almost the entire Middle and Near east! You have destroyed: Iraq; Afghanistan; Libya; Syria; Yemen; droned Pakistan; also at war in Somalia and other parts of north Africa! Your own fucked up country is to blame dude, not the Muslims they are continually attacking. But you are too racist, and too stupid to realize this fact. Why do the Muslims want to come to Europe over that last 20 or so years? Because USA and Israel have utterly laid waste to their own countries! I know you are a racist swine, but try to see the Muslim condition as if you were one of them, that you were born and raised in Iraq for example: then the USA sanctions/bombs and occupies your country, reducing its cities to rubble. Also important to think of Abu Grahib: how would that make you feel? To see Americans giving ‘thumbs up!’ for the camera as they take snapshots of dead Iraqi bodies stacked in a pyramid? Or frozen to death in a coffin? Or with half their head bashed in? Yep: that’s your US military winning hearts and minds dude. To aggressively attack, bomb and occupy a foreign country is a violation of international law, as the US even agreed to at the Nuremberg tribunals! But the invasion of Iraq is exactly this: an outrageous international war crime of aggression. And, this American war crime is the direct cause of Muslims trying to flee all the countries that the USA has destroyed! Your country is to blame for its own miserable airport security, nobody else. For you to blame Muslims is the height of hypocrisy. Your head is so far up your ass, you will never learn. But I’m sure you’re all for another major war in Syria, courtesy of your shithead president Trump and his neocon asshole team now headed by Bolton. Get ready for more Muslims coming to your country. And you most certainly deserve it, along with even more extreme airport security.

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    Agree.

    And why, or on who's behalf, did we destroy all those viable Middle East countries?

    In a way, you can't blame the average Joe American. They didn't want to wage war in the Middle East, had no beef with the people there until the airplane hijacking began in the 1970's. Then came the Munich Olympics and the rest, as they say, is history.

    We are indeed like that unfortunate cockroach whose brain has been anesthetized by the sting of a wasp. We have become immobilized and our nutrient-laden blood (our once-great economy) has become food for the wasp who then lays an egg on us (our once Protestant Ivy League) which will hatch and eat the rest of our zombified body up from the inside out.
    , @Mr. Anon
    Muslims are the excuse our government uses (without actually calling them muslims). They are inclined to do it anyway. And, anyway - NO - I don't want muslims in this country. Islam is a backwards, f**ked-up religion that has no place in western society. They can be muslim in their own countries, I don't want them here.

    And in case you hadn't noticed - this site, and virtually everyone on it - does not support American involvement in the middle east. I certainly don't. I don't want us over there. I don't want them over here. I have voted for that position. I have written my Congressman for that position. I have donated money to those few candidates who are in support of that position. It doesn't matter. The government of this country does not represent its citizens; it is in the hands of a hostile elite who hate the actual historical people of the United States, and who want to get all up in everybody's business, all the time, for various reasons of their own - none of which are in the interest of me or my people.

    And again: F**k you, a**hole. F**k you very much.

    , @dfordoom

    To aggressively attack, bomb and occupy a foreign country is a violation of international law, as the US even agreed to at the Nuremberg tribunals!
     
    But international law doesn't apply to the US! They're the Good Guys. We know that because they keep telling us they're the Good Guys. OK, so maybe they bomb other countries and kill thousands of civilians and maybe they kill thousands more people through sanctions but they're only doing it to bring Freedom and Democracy to those countries.

    You can't make an omelette without breaking a few eggs and you can't achieve Freedom and Democracy without killing hundreds of thousands of civilians.
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  195. KenH says:
    @Bragadocious
    You're missing the point. It isn't that Trump is trying to win over Mexican anchor babies, it's that he sees a deal via DACA as a way of getting his wall. The Dems initially signaled they might go for this, then during the budget talks said no -- and they kicked the DACAians to the curb. I agree that deporting them would be ideal, but as I said in another thread, fully 85% of Congress is utterly opposed to this. (And the wall as well) How would Trump fund his wall without using leverage like DACA or some other thing the Dems and Rinos say they want? He couldn't, unless he went full Viktor Orban and deployed the military to the border and just started building on the basis of national security.

    Trump is trying to win over Mexican anchor babies, it’s that he sees a deal via DACA as a way of getting his wall.

    I know full well what he’s trying to do and it will blow up in his face. It’s already alienating parts of his base. Partial wall funding for a pathway to citizenship for 800K DACA illegal aliens is a heavy price to pay and for someone who billed himself as the best negotiator on earth, this gives away the farm right off the bat. The Democrats are playing hard ball and will settle for nothing less than instant amnesty since that will flip a number of congressional districts blue and put Texas further on the road from red to blue.

    I agree that deporting them would be ideal, but as I said in another thread, fully 85% of Congress is utterly opposed to this.

    There’s nothing stopping Trump from deporting DACA “kids”. That’s what the law requires and Trump’s pulling an Obama and refusing to enforce a law for perceived political gain after he swore an oath to do so.

    And to make matters worse Trump now campaigns for RINOs like Romney who hate him and will vote against him on immigration should he win a Senate seat.

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  196. @Thomm

    People want socialism because they realize that, as the Buddha said, we all shall get sick, grow old and die. In these conditions we are not able to take care of ourselves. “Socialism” is nothing but saving for the rainy day of our helplessness.
     
    Socialism is both unjust and cruel. It has failed in country after country (see Venezuela for the latest example). Socialism is the exact opposite of compassion.

    But thanks for proving that White Nationalism is extremely left-wing on economic matters.

    There’s socialism and there’s Socialism.

    Venezuela is failing because it’s a one trick pony–oil export–and the United States is waging economic war on oil-exporting giant, Russia, with our “new found” oil capacity. Venezuela is incidental by catch, unfortunately for them.

    Socialism, or socialism seems to work pretty well for Denmark and the rest whose citizens can rest easy in the knowledge that when they are most vulnerable, they will not be out on the street.

    I don’t know whether you’re just trolling or whether you’re a true believer, but you might pause and consider that someday you too will experience adversity that will leave you flat on your back.

    When we’re young, or on a roll and riding high, it’s hard to imagine that one day we will become sick, old and die, but it’s part of life.

    Go ahead, dismantle all the support systems. Believe in your own invincibility and immortality. Ascend without a climbing rope. After all, you never make mistakes and life never treats you unfairly. You’re “good people”, and everybody knows that bad things don’t happen to good people.

    Don’t say I didn’t warn you.

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    Great post! I could not have said it any better. You probably heard the bit about Ayn Rand, after a lifetime of railing against socialism and welfare programs ended up destitute near the end of her life: she ended up using both medicare and social security–the two programs she spent her life demonizing :-D
    , @peterAUS
    Good post.
    And, those won't listen to you now, they are "young, or on a roll and riding high".
    Or just know they belong to those "too big to fall".
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  197. @deschutes
    You are a fucking idiot to blame the Muslims for the hyper-extreme airport "security" in USA. Who is to blame for your countries fucked up neo-nazi airport security? your own fucked up government is, that's who. Your government has laid waste to almost the entire Middle and Near east! You have destroyed: Iraq; Afghanistan; Libya; Syria; Yemen; droned Pakistan; also at war in Somalia and other parts of north Africa! Your own fucked up country is to blame dude, not the Muslims they are continually attacking. But you are too racist, and too stupid to realize this fact. Why do the Muslims want to come to Europe over that last 20 or so years? Because USA and Israel have utterly laid waste to their own countries! I know you are a racist swine, but try to see the Muslim condition as if you were one of them, that you were born and raised in Iraq for example: then the USA sanctions/bombs and occupies your country, reducing its cities to rubble. Also important to think of Abu Grahib: how would that make you feel? To see Americans giving 'thumbs up!' for the camera as they take snapshots of dead Iraqi bodies stacked in a pyramid? Or frozen to death in a coffin? Or with half their head bashed in? Yep: that's your US military winning hearts and minds dude. To aggressively attack, bomb and occupy a foreign country is a violation of international law, as the US even agreed to at the Nuremberg tribunals! But the invasion of Iraq is exactly this: an outrageous international war crime of aggression. And, this American war crime is the direct cause of Muslims trying to flee all the countries that the USA has destroyed! Your country is to blame for its own miserable airport security, nobody else. For you to blame Muslims is the height of hypocrisy. Your head is so far up your ass, you will never learn. But I'm sure you're all for another major war in Syria, courtesy of your shithead president Trump and his neocon asshole team now headed by Bolton. Get ready for more Muslims coming to your country. And you most certainly deserve it, along with even more extreme airport security.

    Agree.

    And why, or on who’s behalf, did we destroy all those viable Middle East countries?

    In a way, you can’t blame the average Joe American. They didn’t want to wage war in the Middle East, had no beef with the people there until the airplane hijacking began in the 1970′s. Then came the Munich Olympics and the rest, as they say, is history.

    We are indeed like that unfortunate cockroach whose brain has been anesthetized by the sting of a wasp. We have become immobilized and our nutrient-laden blood (our once-great economy) has become food for the wasp who then lays an egg on us (our once Protestant Ivy League) which will hatch and eat the rest of our zombified body up from the inside out.

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  198. @Thomm

    People want socialism because they realize that, as the Buddha said, we all shall get sick, grow old and die. In these conditions we are not able to take care of ourselves. “Socialism” is nothing but saving for the rainy day of our helplessness.
     
    Socialism is both unjust and cruel. It has failed in country after country (see Venezuela for the latest example). Socialism is the exact opposite of compassion.

    But thanks for proving that White Nationalism is extremely left-wing on economic matters.

    Oh, and whatever I say doesn’t “prove” a thing about “White Nationalism” (as you put it) or their opinions about anything. I’m pretty independent-minded and am happy to speak for myself.

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  199. @Sin City Milla
    Maybe he's doing this to avoid ending up like Kennedy. It would be better if he ended up like Allende.

    It seems that the communist democrats would prefer that Trump end up like Nicolae Ceaușescu .

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  200. El Dato says:
    @anonymous

    He revived Christianity in Holy Russia.
     
    No slavoid! Christianity is simply pagan polytheist human worship... a sanitised version of Hinduism for the "superior" western sensibilities. Father, Mother, Child, Ghost... it has plagiarised it all from those heathens.

    More "Godless" than "Holy."

    Christianity is simply pagan polytheist human worship

    This is fine!

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  201. eah says:
    @eah
    https://twitter.com/westland_will/status/977791965893767168

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  202. Two other options: turn within, like the ancient Stoics amidst the corruption of Rome, or, an option they didn’t have, emigrate.

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  203. Mr. Anon says:
    @deschutes
    You are a fucking idiot to blame the Muslims for the hyper-extreme airport "security" in USA. Who is to blame for your countries fucked up neo-nazi airport security? your own fucked up government is, that's who. Your government has laid waste to almost the entire Middle and Near east! You have destroyed: Iraq; Afghanistan; Libya; Syria; Yemen; droned Pakistan; also at war in Somalia and other parts of north Africa! Your own fucked up country is to blame dude, not the Muslims they are continually attacking. But you are too racist, and too stupid to realize this fact. Why do the Muslims want to come to Europe over that last 20 or so years? Because USA and Israel have utterly laid waste to their own countries! I know you are a racist swine, but try to see the Muslim condition as if you were one of them, that you were born and raised in Iraq for example: then the USA sanctions/bombs and occupies your country, reducing its cities to rubble. Also important to think of Abu Grahib: how would that make you feel? To see Americans giving 'thumbs up!' for the camera as they take snapshots of dead Iraqi bodies stacked in a pyramid? Or frozen to death in a coffin? Or with half their head bashed in? Yep: that's your US military winning hearts and minds dude. To aggressively attack, bomb and occupy a foreign country is a violation of international law, as the US even agreed to at the Nuremberg tribunals! But the invasion of Iraq is exactly this: an outrageous international war crime of aggression. And, this American war crime is the direct cause of Muslims trying to flee all the countries that the USA has destroyed! Your country is to blame for its own miserable airport security, nobody else. For you to blame Muslims is the height of hypocrisy. Your head is so far up your ass, you will never learn. But I'm sure you're all for another major war in Syria, courtesy of your shithead president Trump and his neocon asshole team now headed by Bolton. Get ready for more Muslims coming to your country. And you most certainly deserve it, along with even more extreme airport security.

    Muslims are the excuse our government uses (without actually calling them muslims). They are inclined to do it anyway. And, anyway – NO – I don’t want muslims in this country. Islam is a backwards, f**ked-up religion that has no place in western society. They can be muslim in their own countries, I don’t want them here.

    And in case you hadn’t noticed – this site, and virtually everyone on it – does not support American involvement in the middle east. I certainly don’t. I don’t want us over there. I don’t want them over here. I have voted for that position. I have written my Congressman for that position. I have donated money to those few candidates who are in support of that position. It doesn’t matter. The government of this country does not represent its citizens; it is in the hands of a hostile elite who hate the actual historical people of the United States, and who want to get all up in everybody’s business, all the time, for various reasons of their own – none of which are in the interest of me or my people.

    And again: F**k you, a**hole. F**k you very much.

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    You say-

    "They can be muslim in their own countries, I don’t want them here."

    They would love to be Muslim in their own countries, but your fucking government has destroyed their countries and has been an invading occupying force in their countries for the past 20+ years, you miserable, hate consumed, selfish sack of shit.

    Go google image search 'Mosul today' asswipe: that is what YOUR COUNTRY did to what was once one of the most beautiful, cultured and historical cities of Iraq.

    You are a selfish, ignorant twat who is incapable of empathizing with what Iraqis have endured thanks to your fucking countries' invasion and destruction of their country. Instead of offering them some modicum of support–what do you say? You say this-

    "I don’t want muslims in this country. Islam is a backwards, f**ked-up religion that has no place in western society. "

    Well, fuck you very much mr. anon. You are fine with your country destroying Iraq, Syria, Yemen, etc–but you won't take in the Muslim victims from these countries? Is that it, mr. smartass NIMBY? Mr. 'Got mine, fuck you' NIMBY? As long as you're doing fine, them Muslims can just fuck off and disappear after your country left their country a depleted uranium pile of rubble? What a typical selfish, worthless piece of shit American you are.

    Fuck you very much,

    DM
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  204. Mr. Anon says:
    @Thomm
    Yes, in your quest for 'Nationalism', you also advocate socialism. The two often are paired.

    Remember, untalented people (like you) want intra-white socialism. Talented, driven people prefer small government, free market, high liberty societies (like America was in the past).

    What have you ever done that anyone should consider you “talented”? You have never displayed any talent here – only smug dickishness and a fondness for pop-culture trash. Some ubermensch you are.

    Stupid s**thead.

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  205. deschutes says:
    @ThreeCranes
    There's socialism and there's Socialism.

    Venezuela is failing because it's a one trick pony--oil export--and the United States is waging economic war on oil-exporting giant, Russia, with our "new found" oil capacity. Venezuela is incidental by catch, unfortunately for them.

    Socialism, or socialism seems to work pretty well for Denmark and the rest whose citizens can rest easy in the knowledge that when they are most vulnerable, they will not be out on the street.

    I don't know whether you're just trolling or whether you're a true believer, but you might pause and consider that someday you too will experience adversity that will leave you flat on your back.

    When we're young, or on a roll and riding high, it's hard to imagine that one day we will become sick, old and die, but it's part of life.

    Go ahead, dismantle all the support systems. Believe in your own invincibility and immortality. Ascend without a climbing rope. After all, you never make mistakes and life never treats you unfairly. You're "good people", and everybody knows that bad things don't happen to good people.

    Don't say I didn't warn you.

    Great post! I could not have said it any better. You probably heard the bit about Ayn Rand, after a lifetime of railing against socialism and welfare programs ended up destitute near the end of her life: she ended up using both medicare and social security–the two programs she spent her life demonizing :-D

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    The Venezuela propaganda is less varied than it was 5 years ago. The Washington Post now features stories of Russia and Venezuela as co-conspirators. This typically persuades readers. Meanwhile the Guardian and Counterpunch have abandoned the great welfare themes from the late Chavez era used to mislead their useful idiots and are complaining that the trains aren't running on time and housing is in fact troubled - "the Government just has to go via fair election"

    What shouldn't be surprising is that most of the media is now doing some kind of redbaiting including the brands you assumed were left or right - the New York Times or Zerohedge, the delivery is a little different but the persuasion is the same.

    The Deep State doesn't work in mysterious ways - it's always at soft war with the American people since useful idiots have roles to play like calling each other idiots on social media while the machine hums undisturbed in the background.

    Venezuela with all of it's resources is a great example of why the US wages a soft war first on its own citizens. You'll never really know anything about Venezuela if the press can help it.

    , @schnellandine

    she ended up using both medicare and social security–the two programs she spent her life demonizing
     
    Right. She's supposed to participate in the pay part (forced on her despite her opposition), probably to an extent far exceeding her average detractor, then "screw you, you didn't like being financially raped"?

    Why should she not get the back end if she wasn't released from the front end? Because she hated the policies? Explain your glee please. The hypocrites in the matter are those implying that she's a hypocrite for participating fully in a sickness their kind shoved into her life.
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  206. Mr. Anon says:
    @Thomm

    Except Whites are other than monolithic.
     
    You are correct. We are not monolithic. Plus, any study of HBD will reveal that white variance is extremely high. Hence, medians and averages are of little utility in describing us.

    Since white variance is so high :

    White males range from near-supermen of exceptional all-round ability to losers of stunningly low merit (the White Trashionalists).

    While female range from perfect 10s of exquisite beauty to fat bluehaired monsters that are the only race of women pushing 'feminism' to such an extreme degree.

    Needless to say, this sort of high variance makes the modern version of white nationalism impossible. It is not lost on us that the bottom 20% of white males just want intra-white socialism, and that is the core basis of their pleas for 'white nationalism'.

    Simply for pointing this out, the WN wiggers here have variously called me a Jew, a Chinese, and most often, an Indian (all of whom are far more desirable to have in America than WN wiggers).

    This variance is the crux of white disunity.

    You are correct. We are not monolithic. Plus, any study of HBD will reveal that white variance is extremely high. Hence, medians and averages are of little utility in describing us.

    Are you really that stupid? Yes – I guess you are. White IQ is described by a gaussian distribution, just as is every other population. (Gauss was a great 18th/19th century german mathematician – I include that for your benefit, given that you are a drooling nitwit). The average, median (essentially the same thing for a normal distribution) and standard deviation are well known. The average is higher for whites, so they have relatively more people who have great intelligence than do most other races (save east asians and ashkhenazim). There’s nothing magic about it, idiot. If you were even remotely mathematically literate (you quite evidently, are not), you would no that.

    Needless to say, this sort of high variance makes the modern version of white nationalism impossible. It is not lost on us that the bottom 20% of white males just want intra-white socialism, and that is the core basis of their pleas for ‘white nationalism’.

    Needless to say, you are wrong. I am not a white nationalist, but yours is a mischaracterization of what they believe. Indeed, there is no single thing they believe as they are not even a single, unified group.

    “This variance is the crux of white disunity.”

    No, that isn’t true. Whites do indeed exhibit a great deal of disunity. And it is why they will quite possibly vanish from the earth. Something that doesn’t seem to bother you, you smug, stupid piece of s**t.

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    There is more to 'quality' than IQ, you stupid faggot.

    For example, blacks and WNs may both have the same IQs, but at least blacks are athletic and perhaps smooth with women. WN wiggers (like you) are not, which means you have no redeeming qualities whatsoever.

    You have nothing in common with successful whites like me. That is why white women have been doing superb work in cutting you off and excluding you from the better parts of society.

    You are nothing but the waste matter that the successful whites expel from the gene pool. You are effectively the feces of the white race. We don't want to preserve and subsidize our feces, we instead want to flush you down the toilet of history.

    Get off my lawn, you disease-laden faggot!

    Heh heh heh heh

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  207. peterAUS says:
    @ThreeCranes
    There's socialism and there's Socialism.

    Venezuela is failing because it's a one trick pony--oil export--and the United States is waging economic war on oil-exporting giant, Russia, with our "new found" oil capacity. Venezuela is incidental by catch, unfortunately for them.

    Socialism, or socialism seems to work pretty well for Denmark and the rest whose citizens can rest easy in the knowledge that when they are most vulnerable, they will not be out on the street.

    I don't know whether you're just trolling or whether you're a true believer, but you might pause and consider that someday you too will experience adversity that will leave you flat on your back.

    When we're young, or on a roll and riding high, it's hard to imagine that one day we will become sick, old and die, but it's part of life.

    Go ahead, dismantle all the support systems. Believe in your own invincibility and immortality. Ascend without a climbing rope. After all, you never make mistakes and life never treats you unfairly. You're "good people", and everybody knows that bad things don't happen to good people.

    Don't say I didn't warn you.

    Good post.
    And, those won’t listen to you now, they are “young, or on a roll and riding high”.
    Or just know they belong to those “too big to fall”.

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  208. Mr. Anon says:
    @anonymous

    Because we permitted immigration from muslim nations. ...
     
    Small price to pay for raping muslim nations, I should think. Though, given the scale of the "raping," I am praying for a much higher price, hopefully without affecting parts of the world, where we live... God willing.

    That is how perfect justice should work, right?

    So, here's to perfect justice... which is coming, if not sooner, for sure later.

    ... – by treating all of the rest of US as criminals.
     
    Considering hypocrite degenerates like you, how else should you, from the race of self-worshipping psychopaths, be treated?

    --

    Seriously, all the whining by the denizens of the Evil Empire, is simply sweet schadenfreude to the ears.

    This site is a breath of fresh air. :D

    And you can go to Hell too, you loathesome piece of garbage.

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  209. Mr. Anon says:
    @Thomm

    he admitted to this in the past but now attempts to larp as White
     
    Nope. Never. I see you can't produce a link where I said that.

    You are forgetting that White Trashionalists are a defective subrace of whites, which is why you are unable to keep up. Your try to avoid the pain of facing up to the fact that successful whites see WN Wiggers (and your women, the fat bluehaired feminists) as defective losers to avoid. Hence, you imagine that your critics are Jews/Chinese/Indians/Hispanics.

    Get off my lawn, faggot!

    Back to work, street-sh**ter. Tea-break is over at the call-center.

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  210. http://politiek.tpo.nl/2018/03/25/deense-pvda-zegt-sorry-volk-geen-racisten-al-tijd-gewoon-gelijk/

    Danish socialists now recognise the immigration disaster.
    The racists were right, they say.

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  211. deschutes says:
    @Mr. Anon
    Muslims are the excuse our government uses (without actually calling them muslims). They are inclined to do it anyway. And, anyway - NO - I don't want muslims in this country. Islam is a backwards, f**ked-up religion that has no place in western society. They can be muslim in their own countries, I don't want them here.

    And in case you hadn't noticed - this site, and virtually everyone on it - does not support American involvement in the middle east. I certainly don't. I don't want us over there. I don't want them over here. I have voted for that position. I have written my Congressman for that position. I have donated money to those few candidates who are in support of that position. It doesn't matter. The government of this country does not represent its citizens; it is in the hands of a hostile elite who hate the actual historical people of the United States, and who want to get all up in everybody's business, all the time, for various reasons of their own - none of which are in the interest of me or my people.

    And again: F**k you, a**hole. F**k you very much.

    You say-

    “They can be muslim in their own countries, I don’t want them here.”

    They would love to be Muslim in their own countries, but your fucking government has destroyed their countries and has been an invading occupying force in their countries for the past 20+ years, you miserable, hate consumed, selfish sack of shit.

    Go google image search ‘Mosul today’ asswipe: that is what YOUR COUNTRY did to what was once one of the most beautiful, cultured and historical cities of Iraq.

    You are a selfish, ignorant twat who is incapable of empathizing with what Iraqis have endured thanks to your fucking countries’ invasion and destruction of their country. Instead of offering them some modicum of support–what do you say? You say this-

    “I don’t want muslims in this country. Islam is a backwards, f**ked-up religion that has no place in western society. ”

    Well, fuck you very much mr. anon. You are fine with your country destroying Iraq, Syria, Yemen, etc–but you won’t take in the Muslim victims from these countries? Is that it, mr. smartass NIMBY? Mr. ‘Got mine, fuck you’ NIMBY? As long as you’re doing fine, them Muslims can just fuck off and disappear after your country left their country a depleted uranium pile of rubble? What a typical selfish, worthless piece of shit American you are.

    Fuck you very much,

    DM

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    You are fine with your country destroying Iraq, Syria, Yemen, etc–but you won’t take in the Muslim victims from these countries?
     
    I am not "fine with it", as I explained. You might have noticed that, if you hadn't been too busy shouting in all caps. I'm assuming you yourself are muslim, as you are so invested in the matter. And in answer to your question: No, the solution to the government of my country (not really my government, as I explained, just the government of my country) f**king up your countries is not to allow them to f**k up mine with your people. I don't want you here. You're a load of trouble, wherever you go. You can go practice your wierd, stunted, arab-supremecist religion elsewhere.

    You can find any number of neocons who will profess to care about you and your kind, who will say salaam to you, take their shoes off in your mosques, and call your religion a religion of peace..................while all the while advocating chain-gunning and bombing the living shit out of you. I don't like you, care about you, or sympathise with you, but I don't wish you harm. If you can't recognize that as the best deal you're going to get, then f**k off, assclown.

    , @jack daniels
    I more or less agree with you but the American campaign to dominate the middle east only ramped up when a bunch of neoconservatives orchestrated a "new Cold War" against radical Islam with the plan for multiple regime changes etc. It was very cold and calculated, and it's ironic that the Alt Right anti-Semites here are robotically carrying out the marching orders of a bunch of Jewish foreign policy hawks from the 1990s. The Alt Right doesn't care whom they hate as long as they get to hate someone.
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  212. Thomm says:
    @Mr. Anon

    You are correct. We are not monolithic. Plus, any study of HBD will reveal that white variance is extremely high. Hence, medians and averages are of little utility in describing us.
     
    Are you really that stupid? Yes - I guess you are. White IQ is described by a gaussian distribution, just as is every other population. (Gauss was a great 18th/19th century german mathematician - I include that for your benefit, given that you are a drooling nitwit). The average, median (essentially the same thing for a normal distribution) and standard deviation are well known. The average is higher for whites, so they have relatively more people who have great intelligence than do most other races (save east asians and ashkhenazim). There's nothing magic about it, idiot. If you were even remotely mathematically literate (you quite evidently, are not), you would no that.

    Needless to say, this sort of high variance makes the modern version of white nationalism impossible. It is not lost on us that the bottom 20% of white males just want intra-white socialism, and that is the core basis of their pleas for ‘white nationalism’.
     
    Needless to say, you are wrong. I am not a white nationalist, but yours is a mischaracterization of what they believe. Indeed, there is no single thing they believe as they are not even a single, unified group.

    "This variance is the crux of white disunity."

    No, that isn't true. Whites do indeed exhibit a great deal of disunity. And it is why they will quite possibly vanish from the earth. Something that doesn't seem to bother you, you smug, stupid piece of s**t.

    There is more to ‘quality’ than IQ, you stupid faggot.

    For example, blacks and WNs may both have the same IQs, but at least blacks are athletic and perhaps smooth with women. WN wiggers (like you) are not, which means you have no redeeming qualities whatsoever.

    You have nothing in common with successful whites like me. That is why white women have been doing superb work in cutting you off and excluding you from the better parts of society.

    You are nothing but the waste matter that the successful whites expel from the gene pool. You are effectively the feces of the white race. We don’t want to preserve and subsidize our feces, we instead want to flush you down the toilet of history.

    Get off my lawn, you disease-laden faggot!

    Heh heh heh heh

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    You've offered no proof that you are white, successful, or intelligent. You certainly don't present as such. Rather, you come off like some weird little sub-continental cock-sucker, which I assume you are.

    Your perverse fixation on feces and faggotry indicates you spend a lot of time thinking about such things. I guess that's what comes from not having indoor plumbing, huh Patel? Not having a toilet-stall to crap in must also put a crimp in the sex-life of a degraded homosexual like you.

    Yeah, you're a real superman you are.
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  213. Anonymous[277] • Disclaimer says:
    @deschutes
    Great post! I could not have said it any better. You probably heard the bit about Ayn Rand, after a lifetime of railing against socialism and welfare programs ended up destitute near the end of her life: she ended up using both medicare and social security–the two programs she spent her life demonizing :-D

    The Venezuela propaganda is less varied than it was 5 years ago. The Washington Post now features stories of Russia and Venezuela as co-conspirators. This typically persuades readers. Meanwhile the Guardian and Counterpunch have abandoned the great welfare themes from the late Chavez era used to mislead their useful idiots and are complaining that the trains aren’t running on time and housing is in fact troubled – “the Government just has to go via fair election”

    What shouldn’t be surprising is that most of the media is now doing some kind of redbaiting including the brands you assumed were left or right – the New York Times or Zerohedge, the delivery is a little different but the persuasion is the same.

    The Deep State doesn’t work in mysterious ways – it’s always at soft war with the American people since useful idiots have roles to play like calling each other idiots on social media while the machine hums undisturbed in the background.

    Venezuela with all of it’s resources is a great example of why the US wages a soft war first on its own citizens. You’ll never really know anything about Venezuela if the press can help it.

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  214. Allan says:
    @eah
    Actually, it's been obvious for some time -- hasn't it? -- that only explicit White Nationalism will save America.

    https://twitter.com/BasedMonitored/status/977377740298047490

    “Politics is downstream from culture,” and I am inclined to agree. So, what culture is “White Nationalism”? Is it trailer park culture? Flat Earth culture? Is it the Bellamy salute given while praying to a flag? Is the phrase a trademark? Do we need to write ™ or ® after it?

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    So, what culture is “White Nationalism”?

     

    This was defined by our founding fathers in 1790 as “free White persons of good character”.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Naturalization_Act_of_1790

    and remained virtually intact until the 1965 immigration act:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Immigration_and_Nationality_Act_of_1965
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  215. @Twodees Partain
    Oh, yeah. We'll all start screeching about Harvard. That will MAGA, sho'nuff. The elites will fall out in the floor and start biting their own asses.

    Oh, yeah. We’ll all start screeching about Harvard. That will MAGA, sho’nuff. The elites will fall out in the floor and start biting their own asses.

    If you are “screeching” you’ve already lost.

    Any major social movement should be driven by a positive world outlook and helping large numbers of people, not negativity towards enemies.

    If education is a great thing, which I believe, make it available to more people. Take the Harvards and Yales and the Stanfords and the Public Ivies and open up branches around the nation and maximize enrollment. Champion inclusion and equality and maximizing opportunity. Our current higher education system has pursued the opposite strategy of minimizing enrollment, competing with each other for higher student rejection rates, and maximizing exclusive branding. Admissions offices determine who is excluded and denied the privilege of enrolling in classes based on race, skin color, religion, and political ideology. And despite behind funded by the public through government, they maintain a full cloak of secrecy, so unpopular decisions about excluding certain racial or religious groups are hidden. I’d argue that government funded education should be available to any citizen who can pay for it. And ultimately, as religion has kind of evolved into education, as Harvard and Yale have dropped the pretense of training Protestant clergy and moved towards full education, Thomas Jefferson’s ideal of “separation of church and state” should evolve into “separation of school and state”.

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    Any major social movement should be driven by a positive world outlook and helping large numbers of people, not negativity towards enemies.
     
    Yeah.
    And killing is wrong. Love is stronger than hate. Hunger isn't acceptable today. Wars are destructive.
    Helping other human/humans is right the thing to do.
    And around 1000 sentences in the same vein.

    In meantime, in the real world, on the planet Earth "we" vs "them" was, is and most likely will be the strongest drive in any major social movement.
    Them. Us. All the rest feels good but....anyway.
    Looking forward to seeing

    that positive world outlook and helping large numbers of people, not negativity towards enemies
     
    We could start with major religions. Islam for example.
    Watch now.
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  216. peterAUS says:
    @Massimo Heitor

    Oh, yeah. We’ll all start screeching about Harvard. That will MAGA, sho’nuff. The elites will fall out in the floor and start biting their own asses.
     
    If you are "screeching" you've already lost.

    Any major social movement should be driven by a positive world outlook and helping large numbers of people, not negativity towards enemies.

    If education is a great thing, which I believe, make it available to more people. Take the Harvards and Yales and the Stanfords and the Public Ivies and open up branches around the nation and maximize enrollment. Champion inclusion and equality and maximizing opportunity. Our current higher education system has pursued the opposite strategy of minimizing enrollment, competing with each other for higher student rejection rates, and maximizing exclusive branding. Admissions offices determine who is excluded and denied the privilege of enrolling in classes based on race, skin color, religion, and political ideology. And despite behind funded by the public through government, they maintain a full cloak of secrecy, so unpopular decisions about excluding certain racial or religious groups are hidden. I'd argue that government funded education should be available to any citizen who can pay for it. And ultimately, as religion has kind of evolved into education, as Harvard and Yale have dropped the pretense of training Protestant clergy and moved towards full education, Thomas Jefferson's ideal of "separation of church and state" should evolve into "separation of school and state".

    Any major social movement should be driven by a positive world outlook and helping large numbers of people, not negativity towards enemies.

    Yeah.
    And killing is wrong. Love is stronger than hate. Hunger isn’t acceptable today. Wars are destructive.
    Helping other human/humans is right the thing to do.
    And around 1000 sentences in the same vein.

    In meantime, in the real world, on the planet Earth “we” vs “them” was, is and most likely will be the strongest drive in any major social movement.
    Them. Us. All the rest feels good but….anyway.
    Looking forward to seeing

    that positive world outlook and helping large numbers of people, not negativity towards enemies

    We could start with major religions. Islam for example.
    Watch now.

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    Yeah.
    And killing is wrong. Love is stronger than hate. Hunger isn’t acceptable today. Wars are destructive.
    Helping other human/humans is right the thing to do.
    And around 1000 sentences in the same vein.

    In meantime, in the real world, on the planet Earth “we” vs “them” was, is and most likely will be the strongest drive in any major social movement.
    Them. Us. All the rest feels good but….anyway.
     
    You are mocking cliche bromides. Of course humans are inherently tribal and always divide into us vs them. It is still wiser, more motivating, and more effective to work out of love for your tribe, not out of hate for the other.
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  217. Clyde says:
    @Thomm
    Yes, in your quest for 'Nationalism', you also advocate socialism. The two often are paired.

    Remember, untalented people (like you) want intra-white socialism. Talented, driven people prefer small government, free market, high liberty societies (like America was in the past).

    Your talent is being an internet blowhard. Obvious to everyone but yourself. Are you a sub-continental living in mom’s sub basement?

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    Nope. I just like putting WN wiggers in their place. You have no business taking credit for the output of successful whites. That is why we exclude you from polite society.

    Remember that White Trashionalists have Negro IQs. That is why you are pro-socialism - you just want to be a moocher.


    Heh heh heh heh

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  218. Thomm says:
    @Clyde
    Your talent is being an internet blowhard. Obvious to everyone but yourself. Are you a sub-continental living in mom's sub basement?

    Nope. I just like putting WN wiggers in their place. You have no business taking credit for the output of successful whites. That is why we exclude you from polite society.

    Remember that White Trashionalists have Negro IQs. That is why you are pro-socialism – you just want to be a moocher.

    Heh heh heh heh

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    That is why we exclude you from polite society.
     
    What would you know about polite society, you supperating pustule?

    Heh heh heh heh
     
    The stupid little retard-laugh sound-effect really makes the case for you being some kind of nietzschean superman allright.

    Shit for brains.
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  219. Mark Presco says: • Website
    @Allan
    "Politics is downstream from culture," and I am inclined to agree. So, what culture is "White Nationalism"? Is it trailer park culture? Flat Earth culture? Is it the Bellamy salute given while praying to a flag? Is the phrase a trademark? Do we need to write ™ or ® after it?

    So, what culture is “White Nationalism”?

    This was defined by our founding fathers in 1790 as “free White persons of good character”.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Naturalization_Act_of_1790

    and remained virtually intact until the 1965 immigration act:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Immigration_and_Nationality_Act_of_1965

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  220. Mr. Anon says:
    @deschutes
    You say-

    "They can be muslim in their own countries, I don’t want them here."

    They would love to be Muslim in their own countries, but your fucking government has destroyed their countries and has been an invading occupying force in their countries for the past 20+ years, you miserable, hate consumed, selfish sack of shit.

    Go google image search 'Mosul today' asswipe: that is what YOUR COUNTRY did to what was once one of the most beautiful, cultured and historical cities of Iraq.

    You are a selfish, ignorant twat who is incapable of empathizing with what Iraqis have endured thanks to your fucking countries' invasion and destruction of their country. Instead of offering them some modicum of support–what do you say? You say this-

    "I don’t want muslims in this country. Islam is a backwards, f**ked-up religion that has no place in western society. "

    Well, fuck you very much mr. anon. You are fine with your country destroying Iraq, Syria, Yemen, etc–but you won't take in the Muslim victims from these countries? Is that it, mr. smartass NIMBY? Mr. 'Got mine, fuck you' NIMBY? As long as you're doing fine, them Muslims can just fuck off and disappear after your country left their country a depleted uranium pile of rubble? What a typical selfish, worthless piece of shit American you are.

    Fuck you very much,

    DM

    You are fine with your country destroying Iraq, Syria, Yemen, etc–but you won’t take in the Muslim victims from these countries?

    I am not “fine with it”, as I explained. You might have noticed that, if you hadn’t been too busy shouting in all caps. I’m assuming you yourself are muslim, as you are so invested in the matter. And in answer to your question: No, the solution to the government of my country (not really my government, as I explained, just the government of my country) f**king up your countries is not to allow them to f**k up mine with your people. I don’t want you here. You’re a load of trouble, wherever you go. You can go practice your wierd, stunted, arab-supremecist religion elsewhere.

    You can find any number of neocons who will profess to care about you and your kind, who will say salaam to you, take their shoes off in your mosques, and call your religion a religion of peace………………while all the while advocating chain-gunning and bombing the living shit out of you. I don’t like you, care about you, or sympathise with you, but I don’t wish you harm. If you can’t recognize that as the best deal you’re going to get, then f**k off, assclown.

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    Deschutes is a typical example of the anti-white trash we've allowed into our countries (not for long, hopefully).

    Deschutes argument #1: "You whites are racists for not wanting me to live among you and claiming that I have lower IQ"!

    Deschutes argument #2: "But you also deserve to be punished for your transgressions and I'm here to make it happen"!

    Needless to say, the second argument is exactly why the first one doesn't work. People who supported the bombings never wanted him. People who didn't support the bombings certainly don't want him now, and everyone else will think twice before importing hostiles who are too dumb to construct two lines of argument without simultaneously shooting them in the foot. People like that can only negatively influence the host country's education, crime rates and politics.

    "Bomb the world - invite the world" is a very nasty and effective anti-white strategy - but it's also extremely obvious. (((People))) who are shedding crocodile tears over the fates of Muslim immigrants in white countries are the same (((people))) who are bombing the ME into oblivion. Let that sink in.
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  221. Mr. Anon says:
    @Thomm
    There is more to 'quality' than IQ, you stupid faggot.

    For example, blacks and WNs may both have the same IQs, but at least blacks are athletic and perhaps smooth with women. WN wiggers (like you) are not, which means you have no redeeming qualities whatsoever.

    You have nothing in common with successful whites like me. That is why white women have been doing superb work in cutting you off and excluding you from the better parts of society.

    You are nothing but the waste matter that the successful whites expel from the gene pool. You are effectively the feces of the white race. We don't want to preserve and subsidize our feces, we instead want to flush you down the toilet of history.

    Get off my lawn, you disease-laden faggot!

    Heh heh heh heh

    You’ve offered no proof that you are white, successful, or intelligent. You certainly don’t present as such. Rather, you come off like some weird little sub-continental cock-sucker, which I assume you are.

    Your perverse fixation on feces and faggotry indicates you spend a lot of time thinking about such things. I guess that’s what comes from not having indoor plumbing, huh Patel? Not having a toilet-stall to crap in must also put a crimp in the sex-life of a degraded homosexual like you.

    Yeah, you’re a real superman you are.

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    [The overwhelming majority of your comments are content-free, profanity-laced insults that contribute nothing to the discussion. Other comments sometimes do the same thing, but with them it's 10% and with you it's 90%. If you want your future comments published, start providing significant content. But you'd probably be much happier at some other website.]



    Proof? Are you really this much of a stupid buttfuckaroni?

    What proof does anyone ever provide here on an anonymous message board?

    For example, you need to prove that your IQ is above 70 (it isn’t).
    Plus, you need to prove that any woman (white or otherwise) has dated you (there isn’t one).

    You exhibit every incel WN wigger trope imaginable. You just can’t bear the fact that successful whites want you out of sight and out of mind. Remember, you represent waste matter that we produce in the process of our excellence (we, the other 80% of whites).

    You can’t even choose a real handle, making you a notch lower than even the other White Trashionalists here. I need to start filtering everyone with ‘anon’ as part of their handle.

    Now get off my lawn, faggot! You are getting in the way of your betters.

    Heh heh heh heh
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  222. colm says:

    Or, more accurately, Trump saw the reality, and he chose to play the game instead of fighting it.

    North Korea has to be dealt with sooner or later, and ditto to other uppity nations. Whether you like it or not does not really matter; there are much bigger fish to be fried than many people can see.

    The Dems don’t have a candidate. Unless Trump badly blunders, which is unlikely, he will limp into a second term.

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  223. Mr. Anon says:
    @Thomm
    Nope. I just like putting WN wiggers in their place. You have no business taking credit for the output of successful whites. That is why we exclude you from polite society.

    Remember that White Trashionalists have Negro IQs. That is why you are pro-socialism - you just want to be a moocher.


    Heh heh heh heh

    That is why we exclude you from polite society.

    What would you know about polite society, you supperating pustule?

    Heh heh heh heh

    The stupid little retard-laugh sound-effect really makes the case for you being some kind of nietzschean superman allright.

    Shit for brains.

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  224. dfordoom says: • Website
    @deschutes
    You are a fucking idiot to blame the Muslims for the hyper-extreme airport "security" in USA. Who is to blame for your countries fucked up neo-nazi airport security? your own fucked up government is, that's who. Your government has laid waste to almost the entire Middle and Near east! You have destroyed: Iraq; Afghanistan; Libya; Syria; Yemen; droned Pakistan; also at war in Somalia and other parts of north Africa! Your own fucked up country is to blame dude, not the Muslims they are continually attacking. But you are too racist, and too stupid to realize this fact. Why do the Muslims want to come to Europe over that last 20 or so years? Because USA and Israel have utterly laid waste to their own countries! I know you are a racist swine, but try to see the Muslim condition as if you were one of them, that you were born and raised in Iraq for example: then the USA sanctions/bombs and occupies your country, reducing its cities to rubble. Also important to think of Abu Grahib: how would that make you feel? To see Americans giving 'thumbs up!' for the camera as they take snapshots of dead Iraqi bodies stacked in a pyramid? Or frozen to death in a coffin? Or with half their head bashed in? Yep: that's your US military winning hearts and minds dude. To aggressively attack, bomb and occupy a foreign country is a violation of international law, as the US even agreed to at the Nuremberg tribunals! But the invasion of Iraq is exactly this: an outrageous international war crime of aggression. And, this American war crime is the direct cause of Muslims trying to flee all the countries that the USA has destroyed! Your country is to blame for its own miserable airport security, nobody else. For you to blame Muslims is the height of hypocrisy. Your head is so far up your ass, you will never learn. But I'm sure you're all for another major war in Syria, courtesy of your shithead president Trump and his neocon asshole team now headed by Bolton. Get ready for more Muslims coming to your country. And you most certainly deserve it, along with even more extreme airport security.

    To aggressively attack, bomb and occupy a foreign country is a violation of international law, as the US even agreed to at the Nuremberg tribunals!

    But international law doesn’t apply to the US! They’re the Good Guys. We know that because they keep telling us they’re the Good Guys. OK, so maybe they bomb other countries and kill thousands of civilians and maybe they kill thousands more people through sanctions but they’re only doing it to bring Freedom and Democracy to those countries.

    You can’t make an omelette without breaking a few eggs and you can’t achieve Freedom and Democracy without killing hundreds of thousands of civilians.

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  225. Sam J. says:

    “There are a thousand hacking at the branches of evil to one who is striking at the root.” – Henry David Thoreau

    It always been the Jews. Whether they are the instigators of our decline is irrelevant. They are the root. They are the enablers. Without them we would not be in the hole we are now. We must get rid of the Jews. All the rest we can work on later at our leisure but the Jews must go. Peacefully if we can get it but they must go.

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    They do seem to be the brains and money behind every movement that depresses me. The problem is that the right is totally intimidated. We can hardly breathe without permission. Anyone who states a politically incorrect opinion risks being deplatformed, fired, blacklisted, sued, jailed, or assaulted. Nobody with a job, a family, an academic career can risk that. Increasingly the right consists of elderly hermits with nothing to lose. We must figure out how to scare the left. We need a plausible deterrent. If we could find a sincere and courageous version of Trump, that would go a long way. Tucker Carlson is the only name that comes to mind. The professional pols, even the best of them, seem fatally compromised.
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  226. @Ann B.
    At this point, its obvious that Trump was as much of a lying con-man as Obama.

    The key tell is this. While partisans of both claim that their man is powerless to do anything else, the key thing to notice is that they don't fight it.

    Trump had a powerful political force behind him at the time of the 2016 elections. It was always obvious that Trump at best had only a minority faction behind him in Congress. And the beauracracy was packed with Hillary and Obama neo-liberals. Plus the pool of people Trump could likely appoint to the many positions he had to fill were the Bush neocons.

    Thus, it was rather unrealistic to expect Trump to have many successes in his first two years.

    However, what he could do is to fight and plan from day one to the fall elections in 2018 to use them to try to shift the power in Washington. Often, it doesn't matter if you lose on a particular vote. The key is to set the issues for the coming campaign.

    Trump needed to do to things. One was to try to take control of the swamp through some key appointments. Probably the best thing to do would be to try to put some key and loyal people into key positions, then wage the internal warfare for them to get control of their departments.

    The second and perhaps most important thing for Trump to do was to immediately start recruiting a strong slate of Trump loyalists to run for Congress. And Trump needed to challenge many sitting Republicans in the 2018 primaries. One key to doing this would be to fight for what he believes in, even if he loses those fights and votes. But Trump would be setting the stage to gain in Congress in 2018. Trump needed to fight for his foriegn policy agenda. Trump needed to fight for his wall. Trump needed to fight for his vision of how immigration should work. Even if he lost every vote in Congress, Trump would have been preparing the ground and setting the issues for the 2018 congressional campaigns.

    Instead, Trump has been completely rolled. Trump has proven to be incompetent at forming the key team of people around him. That's been in constant turmoil. Trump has been rolled on foreign policy. The deep state that endorsed Hillary is now firmly in control. Trump has been rolled on every issue. And as such, if a prospective candidate wanted to run backing Trump, what the heck would they run on as issues?

    If Trump was for real, he'd have fought such a battle. Instead, Trump turns out to have been a con-man who simply said whatever the crowd wanted to hear. Trump turned out to be too incompetent to pull any of it off. It turns out that running a family business does not prepare one for running a huge organization and beauracracy and the internal intrigues of control of the world's most powerful nation. And worst of all, Trump turned out to be weak and unwilling to fight for what he said that made the crowds cheer.

    Western Indo-Europeans NEED to understand and accept this ineluctable and ironclad reality: there will be no salvation for us living alongside the Jew, the Negro, and the Meso-American. The latter two are under total control of the Jew, weaponized, and thought controlled, that is from within and without.
    They can be made to believe anything. W.I.E. are first with out a locus, hard center of beliefs and commitments. We are in retreat, win occasional skirmishes which are universally reversed in short order. None of our conservative standard bearers, save a tentative handful, have any staying power. Today’s traditional, racialist champion is gone tomorrow. I’m sure the Jewish Swarm bowls them over, composed of promises of an unrelenting lifetime of harassment, deprivation (no job future, constant interdiction against your economic condition, your children’s admission to better schools, defamation against you (“so sue me” says the Jewish Colossus of 1000 billion dollars on tap). Play ball or be reduced to penury, ridicule, debasement, personal and economic ruin. Your own children will run from you. Many W.I.E., individually and collectively, are beyond realistic or practical redemption, as self-destructive behaviors, vectors, compulsions are now spliced into their virtual DNA, belief systems and deep personas. They are as far from a Jungian understanding of where they came from and what they are composed of as is possible. A total write off.

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  227. @deschutes
    Great post! I could not have said it any better. You probably heard the bit about Ayn Rand, after a lifetime of railing against socialism and welfare programs ended up destitute near the end of her life: she ended up using both medicare and social security–the two programs she spent her life demonizing :-D

    she ended up using both medicare and social security–the two programs she spent her life demonizing

    Right. She’s supposed to participate in the pay part (forced on her despite her opposition), probably to an extent far exceeding her average detractor, then “screw you, you didn’t like being financially raped”?

    Why should she not get the back end if she wasn’t released from the front end? Because she hated the policies? Explain your glee please. The hypocrites in the matter are those implying that she’s a hypocrite for participating fully in a sickness their kind shoved into her life.

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  228. Thomm says:
    @Mr. Anon
    You've offered no proof that you are white, successful, or intelligent. You certainly don't present as such. Rather, you come off like some weird little sub-continental cock-sucker, which I assume you are.

    Your perverse fixation on feces and faggotry indicates you spend a lot of time thinking about such things. I guess that's what comes from not having indoor plumbing, huh Patel? Not having a toilet-stall to crap in must also put a crimp in the sex-life of a degraded homosexual like you.

    Yeah, you're a real superman you are.

    [The overwhelming majority of your comments are content-free, profanity-laced insults that contribute nothing to the discussion. Other comments sometimes do the same thing, but with them it's 10% and with you it's 90%. If you want your future comments published, start providing significant content. But you'd probably be much happier at some other website.]

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    Proof? Are you really this much of a stupid buttfuckaroni?

    What proof does anyone ever provide here on an anonymous message board?

    For example, you need to prove that your IQ is above 70 (it isn’t).
    Plus, you need to prove that any woman (white or otherwise) has dated you (there isn’t one).

    You exhibit every incel WN wigger trope imaginable. You just can’t bear the fact that successful whites want you out of sight and out of mind. Remember, you represent waste matter that we produce in the process of our excellence (we, the other 80% of whites).

    You can’t even choose a real handle, making you a notch lower than even the other White Trashionalists here. I need to start filtering everyone with ‘anon’ as part of their handle.

    Now get off my lawn, faggot! You are getting in the way of your betters.

    Heh heh heh heh

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    You have been weighed and found wanting by unz.com.
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  229. @Anonymous
    Most people don't know: Trump begged Nikki Haley to be his Secretary of State the day after he was elected.

    So, you see, he was never who he claimed to be in the campaign.

    Maybe he just wanted to bang her.

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    What does that say of his taste?
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  230. Anonymous[285] • Disclaimer says:
    @Mr. Anon

    You are fine with your country destroying Iraq, Syria, Yemen, etc–but you won’t take in the Muslim victims from these countries?
     
    I am not "fine with it", as I explained. You might have noticed that, if you hadn't been too busy shouting in all caps. I'm assuming you yourself are muslim, as you are so invested in the matter. And in answer to your question: No, the solution to the government of my country (not really my government, as I explained, just the government of my country) f**king up your countries is not to allow them to f**k up mine with your people. I don't want you here. You're a load of trouble, wherever you go. You can go practice your wierd, stunted, arab-supremecist religion elsewhere.

    You can find any number of neocons who will profess to care about you and your kind, who will say salaam to you, take their shoes off in your mosques, and call your religion a religion of peace..................while all the while advocating chain-gunning and bombing the living shit out of you. I don't like you, care about you, or sympathise with you, but I don't wish you harm. If you can't recognize that as the best deal you're going to get, then f**k off, assclown.

    Deschutes is a typical example of the anti-white trash we’ve allowed into our countries (not for long, hopefully).

    Deschutes argument #1: “You whites are racists for not wanting me to live among you and claiming that I have lower IQ”!

    Deschutes argument #2: “But you also deserve to be punished for your transgressions and I’m here to make it happen”!

    Needless to say, the second argument is exactly why the first one doesn’t work. People who supported the bombings never wanted him. People who didn’t support the bombings certainly don’t want him now, and everyone else will think twice before importing hostiles who are too dumb to construct two lines of argument without simultaneously shooting them in the foot. People like that can only negatively influence the host country’s education, crime rates and politics.

    “Bomb the world – invite the world” is a very nasty and effective anti-white strategy – but it’s also extremely obvious. (((People))) who are shedding crocodile tears over the fates of Muslim immigrants in white countries are the same (((people))) who are bombing the ME into oblivion. Let that sink in.

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  231. @Sam J.
    “There are a thousand hacking at the branches of evil to one who is striking at the root.” – Henry David Thoreau

    It always been the Jews. Whether they are the instigators of our decline is irrelevant. They are the root. They are the enablers. Without them we would not be in the hole we are now. We must get rid of the Jews. All the rest we can work on later at our leisure but the Jews must go. Peacefully if we can get it but they must go.

    They do seem to be the brains and money behind every movement that depresses me. The problem is that the right is totally intimidated. We can hardly breathe without permission. Anyone who states a politically incorrect opinion risks being deplatformed, fired, blacklisted, sued, jailed, or assaulted. Nobody with a job, a family, an academic career can risk that. Increasingly the right consists of elderly hermits with nothing to lose. We must figure out how to scare the left. We need a plausible deterrent. If we could find a sincere and courageous version of Trump, that would go a long way. Tucker Carlson is the only name that comes to mind. The professional pols, even the best of them, seem fatally compromised.

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    "Anyone who states a politically incorrect opinion risks being deplatformed, fired, blacklisted, sued, jailed, or assaulted. "

    It's tough to respond to a zombie. Tucker Carlson has been employed in propaganda for a long time and Trump's television career is shorter but his brand is many times more well known. Incidentally, both of these guys are employed and well compensated.

    What can you expect from people dumb enough to believe the creatures they see on TV? I do miss the Tucker conservative bow tie from CNN - but that makes some of credulous herd think about the children, pedophilia or homosexuality. Besides, Trump only wears his black bowtie at formal gatherings of the oligarchs.
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  232. @deschutes
    You say-

    "They can be muslim in their own countries, I don’t want them here."

    They would love to be Muslim in their own countries, but your fucking government has destroyed their countries and has been an invading occupying force in their countries for the past 20+ years, you miserable, hate consumed, selfish sack of shit.

    Go google image search 'Mosul today' asswipe: that is what YOUR COUNTRY did to what was once one of the most beautiful, cultured and historical cities of Iraq.

    You are a selfish, ignorant twat who is incapable of empathizing with what Iraqis have endured thanks to your fucking countries' invasion and destruction of their country. Instead of offering them some modicum of support–what do you say? You say this-

    "I don’t want muslims in this country. Islam is a backwards, f**ked-up religion that has no place in western society. "

    Well, fuck you very much mr. anon. You are fine with your country destroying Iraq, Syria, Yemen, etc–but you won't take in the Muslim victims from these countries? Is that it, mr. smartass NIMBY? Mr. 'Got mine, fuck you' NIMBY? As long as you're doing fine, them Muslims can just fuck off and disappear after your country left their country a depleted uranium pile of rubble? What a typical selfish, worthless piece of shit American you are.

    Fuck you very much,

    DM

    I more or less agree with you but the American campaign to dominate the middle east only ramped up when a bunch of neoconservatives orchestrated a “new Cold War” against radical Islam with the plan for multiple regime changes etc. It was very cold and calculated, and it’s ironic that the Alt Right anti-Semites here are robotically carrying out the marching orders of a bunch of Jewish foreign policy hawks from the 1990s. The Alt Right doesn’t care whom they hate as long as they get to hate someone.

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    It was very cold and calculated, and it’s ironic that the Alt Right anti-Semites here are robotically carrying out the marching orders of a bunch of Jewish foreign policy hawks from the 1990s. The Alt Right doesn’t care whom they hate as long as they get to hate someone.
     
    Whom or What do you consider "Alt Right"? None of the Alt Right people I have ever read advocate or support wars in the Middle East. They are loudly and unequivocally against them. Just because one does not like Islam and does not want muslims generally and arabs in particular in western countries, does not mean that one supports the Neo-Con agenda. Far from it. So whom are you speaking of, specifically?
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  233. Mr. Anon says:
    @jack daniels
    I more or less agree with you but the American campaign to dominate the middle east only ramped up when a bunch of neoconservatives orchestrated a "new Cold War" against radical Islam with the plan for multiple regime changes etc. It was very cold and calculated, and it's ironic that the Alt Right anti-Semites here are robotically carrying out the marching orders of a bunch of Jewish foreign policy hawks from the 1990s. The Alt Right doesn't care whom they hate as long as they get to hate someone.

    It was very cold and calculated, and it’s ironic that the Alt Right anti-Semites here are robotically carrying out the marching orders of a bunch of Jewish foreign policy hawks from the 1990s. The Alt Right doesn’t care whom they hate as long as they get to hate someone.

    Whom or What do you consider “Alt Right”? None of the Alt Right people I have ever read advocate or support wars in the Middle East. They are loudly and unequivocally against them. Just because one does not like Islam and does not want muslims generally and arabs in particular in western countries, does not mean that one supports the Neo-Con agenda. Far from it. So whom are you speaking of, specifically?

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    I agree
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  234. @peterAUS

    Any major social movement should be driven by a positive world outlook and helping large numbers of people, not negativity towards enemies.
     
    Yeah.
    And killing is wrong. Love is stronger than hate. Hunger isn't acceptable today. Wars are destructive.
    Helping other human/humans is right the thing to do.
    And around 1000 sentences in the same vein.

    In meantime, in the real world, on the planet Earth "we" vs "them" was, is and most likely will be the strongest drive in any major social movement.
    Them. Us. All the rest feels good but....anyway.
    Looking forward to seeing

    that positive world outlook and helping large numbers of people, not negativity towards enemies
     
    We could start with major religions. Islam for example.
    Watch now.

    Yeah.
    And killing is wrong. Love is stronger than hate. Hunger isn’t acceptable today. Wars are destructive.
    Helping other human/humans is right the thing to do.
    And around 1000 sentences in the same vein.

    In meantime, in the real world, on the planet Earth “we” vs “them” was, is and most likely will be the strongest drive in any major social movement.
    Them. Us. All the rest feels good but….anyway.

    You are mocking cliche bromides. Of course humans are inherently tribal and always divide into us vs them. It is still wiser, more motivating, and more effective to work out of love for your tribe, not out of hate for the other.

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    It is still wiser, more motivating, and more effective to work out of love for your tribe, not out of hate for the other.
     
    Agree.
    Doesn't make the killings, in the most atrocious ways, less likely.
    The shooters, or knifers, even those with sledgehammers, do it out of hate (1 %). All the rest, 99 %, (from those compiling lists to digger operators) do it out of love.
    The same result.
    , @Anonymous

    It is still wiser, more motivating, and more effective to work out of love for your tribe, not out of hate for the other.
     
    More motivating where? On "like me", FaceBook?

    Wrong. When a hostile intruder enters your house, and endangers your wife and kids, the last thing in your mind is "love". You might come back to that - if you're defeated - but not before.

    My European ancestors split the intruders in half - without any remorse - and that's the only reason I still have the land to call my own.

    FB is not RL. Do I have to say it?

    , @dfordoom

    It is still wiser, more motivating, and more effective to work out of love for your tribe, not out of hate for the other.
     
    You should be motivated by love for your own tribe but you don't have to hate other tribes. It's more effective to regard them coolly, realistically and dispassionately. They have their own agendas which from their point of view are perfectly valid. They're trying to advance the interests of their own people. That's not a problem, as long as we understand that another tribe's interests might be incompatible with out own interests. In which case we should put our own interests first.

    The level of hate, and the histrionic and hysterical nature of it, displayed by a segment of the alt-right is worrying because it's irrational and counter-productive. Why should we hate Muslims? Why not just let them have their own countries and agree not to keep bombing and invading those countries? Stop invading the world and stop inviting the world is a policy based on common sense, not hate.

    The hate is counter-productive. It encourages the normies to believe that we really are the knuckle-dragging troglodytes that the media tells them we are. We have enough problems without playing into our enemies' hands.
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  235. @jack daniels
    Maybe he just wanted to bang her.

    What does that say of his taste?

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  236. peterAUS says:
    @Massimo Heitor

    Yeah.
    And killing is wrong. Love is stronger than hate. Hunger isn’t acceptable today. Wars are destructive.
    Helping other human/humans is right the thing to do.
    And around 1000 sentences in the same vein.

    In meantime, in the real world, on the planet Earth “we” vs “them” was, is and most likely will be the strongest drive in any major social movement.
    Them. Us. All the rest feels good but….anyway.
     
    You are mocking cliche bromides. Of course humans are inherently tribal and always divide into us vs them. It is still wiser, more motivating, and more effective to work out of love for your tribe, not out of hate for the other.

    It is still wiser, more motivating, and more effective to work out of love for your tribe, not out of hate for the other.

    Agree.
    Doesn’t make the killings, in the most atrocious ways, less likely.
    The shooters, or knifers, even those with sledgehammers, do it out of hate (1 %). All the rest, 99 %, (from those compiling lists to digger operators) do it out of love.
    The same result.

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  237. The Omnibus Bill is an appropriations bill – ie a legal plan for the itemised expenditure of the federal government. That’s a synomyn for a budget! Why are diehard Trump loyalists insisting that these two things are different? And how is expelling 60 Russian diplomats for a British false flag “getting along with Russia?”

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  238. Anonymous[285] • Disclaimer says:
    @Massimo Heitor

    Yeah.
    And killing is wrong. Love is stronger than hate. Hunger isn’t acceptable today. Wars are destructive.
    Helping other human/humans is right the thing to do.
    And around 1000 sentences in the same vein.

    In meantime, in the real world, on the planet Earth “we” vs “them” was, is and most likely will be the strongest drive in any major social movement.
    Them. Us. All the rest feels good but….anyway.
     
    You are mocking cliche bromides. Of course humans are inherently tribal and always divide into us vs them. It is still wiser, more motivating, and more effective to work out of love for your tribe, not out of hate for the other.

    It is still wiser, more motivating, and more effective to work out of love for your tribe, not out of hate for the other.

    More motivating where? On “like me”, FaceBook?

    Wrong. When a hostile intruder enters your house, and endangers your wife and kids, the last thing in your mind is “love”. You might come back to that – if you’re defeated – but not before.

    My European ancestors split the intruders in half – without any remorse – and that’s the only reason I still have the land to call my own.

    FB is not RL. Do I have to say it?

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    Wrong. When a hostile intruder enters your house, and endangers your wife and kids, the last thing in your mind is “love”. You might come back to that – if you’re defeated – but not before.
     
    That is fear and fight or flight animal instinct.

    Hate, anger, fear, resentment, and bitterness are all powerful emotions that absolutely motivate individuals. The main downside is they often repel or at least fail to inspire and attract other people. A common human reaction is to detach from and ignore people who are bitter or angry. A second downside is these emotions can inspire rages and short bursts of action, but they can have limited success in motivating high quality work over a sustained long period of time.

    I personally feel lots of fear, worry, resentment, anger, and sometimes it definitely motivates me, but I try to downplay that. I also know it's generally ugly to others. I am also motivated by positive emotions which sounds corny and hokey, but are better to motivate myself over the long term, make myself happy, and attract and inspire others.
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  239. @jack daniels
    They do seem to be the brains and money behind every movement that depresses me. The problem is that the right is totally intimidated. We can hardly breathe without permission. Anyone who states a politically incorrect opinion risks being deplatformed, fired, blacklisted, sued, jailed, or assaulted. Nobody with a job, a family, an academic career can risk that. Increasingly the right consists of elderly hermits with nothing to lose. We must figure out how to scare the left. We need a plausible deterrent. If we could find a sincere and courageous version of Trump, that would go a long way. Tucker Carlson is the only name that comes to mind. The professional pols, even the best of them, seem fatally compromised.

    “Anyone who states a politically incorrect opinion risks being deplatformed, fired, blacklisted, sued, jailed, or assaulted. ”

    It’s tough to respond to a zombie. Tucker Carlson has been employed in propaganda for a long time and Trump’s television career is shorter but his brand is many times more well known. Incidentally, both of these guys are employed and well compensated.

    What can you expect from people dumb enough to believe the creatures they see on TV? I do miss the Tucker conservative bow tie from CNN – but that makes some of credulous herd think about the children, pedophilia or homosexuality. Besides, Trump only wears his black bowtie at formal gatherings of the oligarchs.

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  240. Sowhat says:
    @Mr. Anon

    It was very cold and calculated, and it’s ironic that the Alt Right anti-Semites here are robotically carrying out the marching orders of a bunch of Jewish foreign policy hawks from the 1990s. The Alt Right doesn’t care whom they hate as long as they get to hate someone.
     
    Whom or What do you consider "Alt Right"? None of the Alt Right people I have ever read advocate or support wars in the Middle East. They are loudly and unequivocally against them. Just because one does not like Islam and does not want muslims generally and arabs in particular in western countries, does not mean that one supports the Neo-Con agenda. Far from it. So whom are you speaking of, specifically?

    I agree

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  241. @Weaver1
    1. Americans now notice immigration. Even the word "moratorium" has come into use.
    2. Americans are now open to trade tariffs.
    3. Americans now realise the military is out of control. We should mock the heck out of him trading border security for the military. *We have no threats.* Not one.
    4. Other things zzz.

    Peace with NK is awesome.

    I also want normal trade relations with Venezuela. So, they're Latinos who hate Gringos? Why should I care? If Cuba can cease acting berserk, we should normalise relations with them also. The meddling is stupid and counterproductive; It creates blowback in a number of ways. It's like spending money to lose.

    So, I just wanted to express that last off topic paragraph. The "do something" militarists are fools, or perhaps it's 3-D chess for militarists/globalism.

    We should have put a moratorium on on immigration for at least five years after Sept 11.

    The US states wants available employment with some manner of compensation to at meet the demands required to care for their families. If trade deficits aid in the promise, fine. I am not sure that is the way to go. But trade protection is practiced by nearly every other WTO partner — we are late to that practice. The federal government is the tool of the US citizen and it should act accordingly, that includes the least of these. It’s current pattern of protecting a select groups and leveraging their influence, wealth and power against the interests of the US citizen is a violation of the constitution’s mandate of government’s purpose. And what the president should be advocating is accountability.

    – freeze pay for all members of congress
    – put in place policies that make it a conflict of interest for any elected or
    appointed member of government to have partnerships or even invest in stocks,
    etc. as they are responsible for the fair accounting of the same.
    – to note but a few steps.

    I don’t think the public has full grasp of what is going on with military. There is a general sense, that they would prefer to stay out conflicts with other states needless to US security needs. But there a increased gap between the citizens of this country and the US military. The use of special ops and small teams, airpower (including drones) to engage in military adventures, means low casualties and that keeps concerns or awareness low.

    The US does have threats, some very serious. And the US does have to be aware of her strategic needs to protect her interests. However, I do think the public may sense that our response to threats exceeded the actual threats and worse increased the number of threats, the ability to effectively respond to the same and created scenarios that have made known threats and our relations with them more unstable. We may be over extended.

    I think we are long over due for having face to face communications with North Korea.

    Just the views of a layman –

    excuse the windedness.

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  242. dfordoom says: • Website
    @Massimo Heitor

    Yeah.
    And killing is wrong. Love is stronger than hate. Hunger isn’t acceptable today. Wars are destructive.
    Helping other human/humans is right the thing to do.
    And around 1000 sentences in the same vein.

    In meantime, in the real world, on the planet Earth “we” vs “them” was, is and most likely will be the strongest drive in any major social movement.
    Them. Us. All the rest feels good but….anyway.
     
    You are mocking cliche bromides. Of course humans are inherently tribal and always divide into us vs them. It is still wiser, more motivating, and more effective to work out of love for your tribe, not out of hate for the other.

    It is still wiser, more motivating, and more effective to work out of love for your tribe, not out of hate for the other.

    You should be motivated by love for your own tribe but you don’t have to hate other tribes. It’s more effective to regard them coolly, realistically and dispassionately. They have their own agendas which from their point of view are perfectly valid. They’re trying to advance the interests of their own people. That’s not a problem, as long as we understand that another tribe’s interests might be incompatible with out own interests. In which case we should put our own interests first.

    The level of hate, and the histrionic and hysterical nature of it, displayed by a segment of the alt-right is worrying because it’s irrational and counter-productive. Why should we hate Muslims? Why not just let them have their own countries and agree not to keep bombing and invading those countries? Stop invading the world and stop inviting the world is a policy based on common sense, not hate.

    The hate is counter-productive. It encourages the normies to believe that we really are the knuckle-dragging troglodytes that the media tells them we are. We have enough problems without playing into our enemies’ hands.

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    You should be motivated by love for your own tribe but you don’t have to hate other tribes.

     

    Bingo. Well said.

    Why not just let them have their own countries and agree not to keep bombing and invading those countries? Stop invading the world and stop inviting the world is a policy based on common sense, not hate.
     
    We need to do better than that. Realistically, this isn't a choice. Even when the people of Europe or US vote for sovereign nations and separate tribes, there are a minority of people determined to overrule that, and I believe time is on their side.

    All major changes are enacted by passionate minorities and this is no different. The pro-migration activists have proven successful at controlling institutions and overriding voter sentiment. We are a passionate minority that can make our own positive impact.

    I would like to see more effort at publicizing and amplifying the obvious hypocrisies and double standards. India literally recently had a "shoot to kill" policy towards their border with Bangladesh (Google it). Or their caste system? Or consider the Gulf States like Qatar, Kuwait, and Saudi Arabia: don't even think about asking them to invite random foreigners and give them full citizenship, but how about paths to citizenship for the millions of guest workers they already use and depend on? Or at least make noise about that and put that in the public discussion? Or Japan and Israel: I'm actually cheering for them to keep their sovereignty but I'd at least like that to be a part of the public discussion. Noah Smith will write mainstream articles about how open and welcoming Japan is and how eager they are for migrants: that is a flat out lie that he is telling for ideological reasons. He knows this crowd cites the Japan example, so he's throwing blatant lies on that to confuse and distract. Rub that lie in his face and in the faces of his supporters.

    Next, I'd hit academia. I love the actual academics such as math, science, engineering, and even the liberal arts. But it *is* this walled institution of privilege, particularly a very high status privilege, that benefits it's members at the public's expense. And even many academics would agree with this point. A lot of academics are great, amazing people, some of them are huge contributors to our society and our jewels of our culture. But I don't think the entire institution of academia deserves its government elevated position.
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  243. @Chris Dakota
    No it was Trump who rolled congress.

    Just read something everyone is missing.
    Omnibus bill is not a federal budget so nothing has to be done. He can give Planned Parenthood $1, doesn't have to give more. Can slow walk the money as Obama did for 8 yrs. Remember those "shovel ready jobs" he never funded and spent the money on things he did want like arming the postal service. Sanctuary cities can get .50 cents and starve.
    Obama didn't have a budget for 8 yrs, he had Omnibus suggestions.
    Trump said "border security is part of national security" so he may have gotten the wall money.
    The money spent is totally up to the President. He can always say we need a military base at the border and the wall is part of it using the Army Corps of Engineers to build it.
    The story and lots of links here for your own research.
    https://www.reddit.com/r/greatawakening/comments/86ogn4/omnibus_bill_is_not_a_federal_budget_potus_wins/

    Your comment is a refreshing contrast to the “Trump sold us out- it’s all over” narrative which dominates this thread.

    For further support of your view people could have a look at “Rejoice ~ The Omnibus Bill Was Exactly What Pres Trump Wanted & Needed!“, at the-fringe.com, where DaJavoo explains how “DJT played the lot of them like a fiddle”.

    Congress actually stepped on their crank by NOT giving him a “legal” BUDGET ~ those have to be spent as written into law, because BUDGETS ARE LAW.

    ‘Omnibus’ bills have suggested instructions, but the discretion is up to the President.  Obama NEVER had a budget, it was always ‘omnibus’ ~ and is why he could play fast and loose with bux nobuddy knew where it was coming from/going…uh, like cash to Iran.

    Congress was so used to the omnibus thing they just rolled it up ~ been doing it for the last 8 years!  BUT some high-power Dems knew and voted NAY!  THEY KNEW they were giving Donnie the keys to the kingdom for 6 months until the fiscal year runs out in September.  DONNIE ALSO KNOWS.  (But, in six months it prolly won’t matter as TSHTF by then ~ new ballgame.

    What will hit the fan (HTF) will be the much anticipated OIG report.

    A few further points from DaJavoo:

    “Trump & Mattis have secured the $700 bn for the military. That is locked in, a fantastic outcome for #MAGA”.

    “But all other spending is up for review & can be cut in late September.”

    Trump can “choke the s**t out of the funding directed to the Dem hobby horses.”
    “direct funding to the Swamp Drainage & Plumbing Co.”
    and
    “put in increased military spending, wall spending, defund sanctuary cities etc etc.”

    Meanwhile…
    “OIGGate, ClintonGate, ObamaGate and other scandals” will change the political landscape. These will hit the uniparty and remove some “congress critturs”, including GOPe “swamp creatures”
    …all in time for the mid-terms.

    So his advice is: “FFS, just chill and enjoy the show!”

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    “DJT played the lot of them like a fiddle”.

    Yes, he certainly bruised their knuckles with his nose, didn't he?
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  244. Corvinus says:
    @Diversity Heretic
    Sadly, I agree with John that "Trumpism" is no longer being advanced by Donald J. Trump. But I take strange solace in the fact that California is increasingly defying the national government. True, it is on an issue on which I am on the other side: facilitating the invasion of California by illegal infiltrators. But if California can defy the national government on this issue and get away with it, other states, or groups of states, may find the inspiration to similarly defy the national government on other issues. Those of us on the alt- or dissident right need to start thinking beyond the United States (the Deep State, as John articulately points out, is embedded in Washington DC and can never be rooted out) and how North America can be reorganized politically. It may be the work of generations, but we must have a vision.

    “Those of us on the alt- or dissident right need to start thinking beyond the United States (the Deep State, as John articulately points out, is embedded in Washington DC and can never be rooted out) and how North America can be reorganized politically. It may be the work of generations, but we must have a vision.”

    Most Americans are in complete disagreement with this notion of “reorganizing North America politically”. Best wishes in your endeavor to convince them!

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    Most Americans are in complete disagreement with this notion of “reorganizing North America politically”.
     
    Yes they are. And none-the-less, it is being reorganized in ways they don't like - by people like you, or rather, by political forces that you support.

    They aren't going to get what they want. They're going to get what they get. And they aren't going to like it.

    You won't either, you stupid asshole.
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  245. @MBlanc46
    That’s a pretty dangerous strategy. It might be the only one left to us.

    we are too late now…all we can do is hope to red pill white normies by putting the most anti-white Dems into power, and then once we have enough whites organized, hurt the economy enough to force the establishment to allow us to convert all areas with, say, 90% whites or more into white homelands, like indian reservations

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    we are too late now…all we can do is hope to red pill white normies
     
    That is a losers attitude. If you admit defeat you will definitely lose.

    Some major battles have been lost, and some bigger ones are destined to lose, but if we have truth, reality, and a consistent and genuine *morality* on our side, we are destined to win in the long run.
    , @Twodees Partain
    Yes, and if that works out, we can set ourselves on fire and run in circles.
    , @Steve Gittelson

    we are too late now…all we can do is hope to red pill white normies by putting the most anti-white Dems into power, and then once we have enough whites organized, hurt the economy enough to force the establishment to allow us to convert all areas with, say, 90% whites or more into white homelands, like indian reservations
     
    You think there's a chance reservations will be provided? In a country with population bloated to 800 million? A collapsed economy? Conditions similar to those now seen in, oh, best case, Bombay?

    This is a runaway situation.
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  246. @Wally
    And we can always ask:

    'What would a President Hillary be like'?

    At this point Trump has been a disappointment, with exceptions; but Hillary?
    Much worse in spades.

    www.codoh.com

    …But if we had Pres. Hillary then the lemming masses would finally have to fight or shut up.

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  247. @Anonymous

    It is still wiser, more motivating, and more effective to work out of love for your tribe, not out of hate for the other.
     
    More motivating where? On "like me", FaceBook?

    Wrong. When a hostile intruder enters your house, and endangers your wife and kids, the last thing in your mind is "love". You might come back to that - if you're defeated - but not before.

    My European ancestors split the intruders in half - without any remorse - and that's the only reason I still have the land to call my own.

    FB is not RL. Do I have to say it?

    Wrong. When a hostile intruder enters your house, and endangers your wife and kids, the last thing in your mind is “love”. You might come back to that – if you’re defeated – but not before.

    That is fear and fight or flight animal instinct.

    Hate, anger, fear, resentment, and bitterness are all powerful emotions that absolutely motivate individuals. The main downside is they often repel or at least fail to inspire and attract other people. A common human reaction is to detach from and ignore people who are bitter or angry. A second downside is these emotions can inspire rages and short bursts of action, but they can have limited success in motivating high quality work over a sustained long period of time.

    I personally feel lots of fear, worry, resentment, anger, and sometimes it definitely motivates me, but I try to downplay that. I also know it’s generally ugly to others. I am also motivated by positive emotions which sounds corny and hokey, but are better to motivate myself over the long term, make myself happy, and attract and inspire others.

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    ...blah...blah.... fear, resentment, and bitterness are all powerful emotions that absolutely motivate individuals. The main downside is they often repel or at least fail to inspire and attract other people. A common human reaction is to detach from and ignore people who are bitter or angry. A second downside is these emotions can inspire rages and short bursts of action, but they can have limited success in motivating high quality work over a sustained long period of time.
     
    Not a bad post.
    You probably just came here from a different Universe. Nice meeting you.

    In this one we had a guy called Hitler. There was a resentment over terms after WW1.
    And you probably missed nationalist movements in Eastern Europe in 90s. Plenty of resenment there I guess. That's O.K.
    It also appears you missed some of that "resentment" in Africa. From blacks vs whites to blacks vs blacks.
    Ah, yes, and that resentment re regime changes everywhere.
    Let's not forget "everyone" vs Israel there. And when we are there Shiites vs Sunnis. Re that "....work over a sustained long period of time."

    Fear not.
    With more people from your Universe coming into ours your bunch will enlighten us.
    I'd suggest working harder and faster though.

    Or, all this is just some virtue signalling here?
    That's fine too as long as you don't get too serious about it.

    Oh, just saw this:
    "...if we have truth, reality, and a consistent and genuine *morality* on our side, we are destined to win in the long run."
    Agree. Just before the Sun goes Red Giant.

    , @Anonymous

    Hate, anger, fear, resentment, and bitterness are all powerful emotions that absolutely motivate individuals. The main downside is they often repel or at least fail to inspire and attract other people. A common human reaction is to detach from and ignore people who are bitter or angry.
     
    You probably don't understand just how serious the situation is. Maybe it's not obvious in your neck of the woods so you don't care. Many Western leaders are tasked with the destruction of their nation's whites. This is why they're treated with birth-rate-killing austerity while the immigrants get the gibs and affirmative action. This is why we have anti-white MSM and schools, pro-abortion laws, anti-gun laws, no-borders NGOs, infinite immigration, 3rd wave feminism, SJW D&C, massive censorship, Russian hysteria, Soros etc. etc. It's an invasion and a genocide (biggest one, ever) . You obviously can't see it now - but you will.

    Random violence and stupidity is clearly not the answer. You've been propagandised into visualising a red-faced, foaming skinhead with swastikas on his neck every time someone posts a pro-white, pro-nation, pro-sovereignty argument. Wake up. It's fucking propaganda. There are plenty of smart, non-violent people on my side of the fence. Even you can be useful once you do your own research and realise what's going on. Afterwards you can go and spread "love" and red-pills in polite society and Yoga classes.

    Unfortunately, whether we like it or not, violence will come to us sooner or later. It's inevitable and some have already been raped, stabbed or blown up so you better get prepared. As a European, the only reason I still have the land to call my own is because my ancestors were ready to fight for it. Yes, I'm pretty sure that they felt "hate", "anger", "fear", and "resentment" while they were butchering invaders but that's OK - I'm kinda' grateful.
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  248. @dfordoom

    It is still wiser, more motivating, and more effective to work out of love for your tribe, not out of hate for the other.
     
    You should be motivated by love for your own tribe but you don't have to hate other tribes. It's more effective to regard them coolly, realistically and dispassionately. They have their own agendas which from their point of view are perfectly valid. They're trying to advance the interests of their own people. That's not a problem, as long as we understand that another tribe's interests might be incompatible with out own interests. In which case we should put our own interests first.

    The level of hate, and the histrionic and hysterical nature of it, displayed by a segment of the alt-right is worrying because it's irrational and counter-productive. Why should we hate Muslims? Why not just let them have their own countries and agree not to keep bombing and invading those countries? Stop invading the world and stop inviting the world is a policy based on common sense, not hate.

    The hate is counter-productive. It encourages the normies to believe that we really are the knuckle-dragging troglodytes that the media tells them we are. We have enough problems without playing into our enemies' hands.

    You should be motivated by love for your own tribe but you don’t have to hate other tribes.

    Bingo. Well said.

    Why not just let them have their own countries and agree not to keep bombing and invading those countries? Stop invading the world and stop inviting the world is a policy based on common sense, not hate.

    We need to do better than that. Realistically, this isn’t a choice. Even when the people of Europe or US vote for sovereign nations and separate tribes, there are a minority of people determined to overrule that, and I believe time is on their side.

    All major changes are enacted by passionate minorities and this is no different. The pro-migration activists have proven successful at controlling institutions and overriding voter sentiment. We are a passionate minority that can make our own positive impact.

    I would like to see more effort at publicizing and amplifying the obvious hypocrisies and double standards. India literally recently had a “shoot to kill” policy towards their border with Bangladesh (Google it). Or their caste system? Or consider the Gulf States like Qatar, Kuwait, and Saudi Arabia: don’t even think about asking them to invite random foreigners and give them full citizenship, but how about paths to citizenship for the millions of guest workers they already use and depend on? Or at least make noise about that and put that in the public discussion? Or Japan and Israel: I’m actually cheering for them to keep their sovereignty but I’d at least like that to be a part of the public discussion. Noah Smith will write mainstream articles about how open and welcoming Japan is and how eager they are for migrants: that is a flat out lie that he is telling for ideological reasons. He knows this crowd cites the Japan example, so he’s throwing blatant lies on that to confuse and distract. Rub that lie in his face and in the faces of his supporters.

    Next, I’d hit academia. I love the actual academics such as math, science, engineering, and even the liberal arts. But it *is* this walled institution of privilege, particularly a very high status privilege, that benefits it’s members at the public’s expense. And even many academics would agree with this point. A lot of academics are great, amazing people, some of them are huge contributors to our society and our jewels of our culture. But I don’t think the entire institution of academia deserves its government elevated position.

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  249. @propagandist hacker
    we are too late now...all we can do is hope to red pill white normies by putting the most anti-white Dems into power, and then once we have enough whites organized, hurt the economy enough to force the establishment to allow us to convert all areas with, say, 90% whites or more into white homelands, like indian reservations

    we are too late now…all we can do is hope to red pill white normies

    That is a losers attitude. If you admit defeat you will definitely lose.

    Some major battles have been lost, and some bigger ones are destined to lose, but if we have truth, reality, and a consistent and genuine *morality* on our side, we are destined to win in the long run.

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  250. peterAUS says:
    @Massimo Heitor

    Wrong. When a hostile intruder enters your house, and endangers your wife and kids, the last thing in your mind is “love”. You might come back to that – if you’re defeated – but not before.
     
    That is fear and fight or flight animal instinct.

    Hate, anger, fear, resentment, and bitterness are all powerful emotions that absolutely motivate individuals. The main downside is they often repel or at least fail to inspire and attract other people. A common human reaction is to detach from and ignore people who are bitter or angry. A second downside is these emotions can inspire rages and short bursts of action, but they can have limited success in motivating high quality work over a sustained long period of time.

    I personally feel lots of fear, worry, resentment, anger, and sometimes it definitely motivates me, but I try to downplay that. I also know it's generally ugly to others. I am also motivated by positive emotions which sounds corny and hokey, but are better to motivate myself over the long term, make myself happy, and attract and inspire others.

    …blah…blah…. fear, resentment, and bitterness are all powerful emotions that absolutely motivate individuals. The main downside is they often repel or at least fail to inspire and attract other people. A common human reaction is to detach from and ignore people who are bitter or angry. A second downside is these emotions can inspire rages and short bursts of action, but they can have limited success in motivating high quality work over a sustained long period of time.

    Not a bad post.
    You probably just came here from a different Universe. Nice meeting you.

    In this one we had a guy called Hitler. There was a resentment over terms after WW1.
    And you probably missed nationalist movements in Eastern Europe in 90s. Plenty of resenment there I guess. That’s O.K.
    It also appears you missed some of that “resentment” in Africa. From blacks vs whites to blacks vs blacks.
    Ah, yes, and that resentment re regime changes everywhere.
    Let’s not forget “everyone” vs Israel there. And when we are there Shiites vs Sunnis. Re that “….work over a sustained long period of time.”

    Fear not.
    With more people from your Universe coming into ours your bunch will enlighten us.
    I’d suggest working harder and faster though.

    Or, all this is just some virtue signalling here?
    That’s fine too as long as you don’t get too serious about it.

    Oh, just saw this:
    “…if we have truth, reality, and a consistent and genuine *morality* on our side, we are destined to win in the long run.”
    Agree. Just before the Sun goes Red Giant.

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    Not a bad post.
    You probably just came here from a different Universe. Nice meeting you.

    In this one we had a guy called Hitler. There was a resentment over terms after WW1.
    And you probably missed nationalist movements in Eastern Europe in 90s. Plenty of resenment there I guess. That’s O.K.
     
    Hitler failed.

    I'm not sure your point in this... Yes, there's plenty of resentment, and plenty of tribalism... We should cultivate a kind, moral, reasonable, and productive tribalism...
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  251. @englishmike
    Your comment is a refreshing contrast to the "Trump sold us out- it's all over" narrative which dominates this thread.

    For further support of your view people could have a look at "Rejoice ~ The Omnibus Bill Was Exactly What Pres Trump Wanted & Needed!", at the-fringe.com, where DaJavoo explains how "DJT played the lot of them like a fiddle".

    Congress actually stepped on their crank by NOT giving him a "legal" BUDGET ~ those have to be spent as written into law, because BUDGETS ARE LAW.

    'Omnibus' bills have suggested instructions, but the discretion is up to the President.  Obama NEVER had a budget, it was always 'omnibus' ~ and is why he could play fast and loose with bux nobuddy knew where it was coming from/going...uh, like cash to Iran.

    Congress was so used to the omnibus thing they just rolled it up ~ been doing it for the last 8 years!  BUT some high-power Dems knew and voted NAY!  THEY KNEW they were giving Donnie the keys to the kingdom for 6 months until the fiscal year runs out in September.  DONNIE ALSO KNOWS.  (But, in six months it prolly won't matter as TSHTF by then ~ new ballgame.
     
    What will hit the fan (HTF) will be the much anticipated OIG report.

    A few further points from DaJavoo:

    "Trump & Mattis have secured the $700 bn for the military. That is locked in, a fantastic outcome for #MAGA".

    "But all other spending is up for review & can be cut in late September."

    Trump can "choke the s**t out of the funding directed to the Dem hobby horses."
    "direct funding to the Swamp Drainage & Plumbing Co."
    and
    "put in increased military spending, wall spending, defund sanctuary cities etc etc."

    Meanwhile...
    "OIGGate, ClintonGate, ObamaGate and other scandals" will change the political landscape. These will hit the uniparty and remove some "congress critturs", including GOPe "swamp creatures"
    ...all in time for the mid-terms.

     

    So his advice is: "FFS, just chill and enjoy the show!"

    “DJT played the lot of them like a fiddle”.

    Yes, he certainly bruised their knuckles with his nose, didn’t he?

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    Yes, he certainly bruised their knuckles with his nose, didn’t he?
     

     
    I don't know.
    I was quoting the interpretation of a blogger at another site.
    Whether his or yours turns out to be correct remains to be seen.
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  252. @propagandist hacker
    we are too late now...all we can do is hope to red pill white normies by putting the most anti-white Dems into power, and then once we have enough whites organized, hurt the economy enough to force the establishment to allow us to convert all areas with, say, 90% whites or more into white homelands, like indian reservations

    Yes, and if that works out, we can set ourselves on fire and run in circles.

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  253. Mr. Anon says:
    @Corvinus
    "Those of us on the alt- or dissident right need to start thinking beyond the United States (the Deep State, as John articulately points out, is embedded in Washington DC and can never be rooted out) and how North America can be reorganized politically. It may be the work of generations, but we must have a vision."

    Most Americans are in complete disagreement with this notion of "reorganizing North America politically". Best wishes in your endeavor to convince them!

    Most Americans are in complete disagreement with this notion of “reorganizing North America politically”.

    Yes they are. And none-the-less, it is being reorganized in ways they don’t like – by people like you, or rather, by political forces that you support.

    They aren’t going to get what they want. They’re going to get what they get. And they aren’t going to like it.

    You won’t either, you stupid asshole.

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    "Yes they are."

    Exactly, most Americans do not seek to dismantle their nation.

    "And none-the-less, it is being reorganized in ways they don’t like – by people like you, or rather, by political forces that you support."

    In some ways they may not prefer.

    "They aren’t going to get what they want. They’re going to get what they get. And they aren’t going to like it. You won’t either, you stupid asshole."

    I hardly doubt it.
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  254. Mr. Anon says:
    @Thomm
    [The overwhelming majority of your comments are content-free, profanity-laced insults that contribute nothing to the discussion. Other comments sometimes do the same thing, but with them it's 10% and with you it's 90%. If you want your future comments published, start providing significant content. But you'd probably be much happier at some other website.]



    Proof? Are you really this much of a stupid buttfuckaroni?

    What proof does anyone ever provide here on an anonymous message board?

    For example, you need to prove that your IQ is above 70 (it isn’t).
    Plus, you need to prove that any woman (white or otherwise) has dated you (there isn’t one).

    You exhibit every incel WN wigger trope imaginable. You just can’t bear the fact that successful whites want you out of sight and out of mind. Remember, you represent waste matter that we produce in the process of our excellence (we, the other 80% of whites).

    You can’t even choose a real handle, making you a notch lower than even the other White Trashionalists here. I need to start filtering everyone with ‘anon’ as part of their handle.

    Now get off my lawn, faggot! You are getting in the way of your betters.

    Heh heh heh heh

    You have been weighed and found wanting by unz.com.

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  255. Anonymous[365] • Disclaimer says:
    @Massimo Heitor

    Wrong. When a hostile intruder enters your house, and endangers your wife and kids, the last thing in your mind is “love”. You might come back to that – if you’re defeated – but not before.
     
    That is fear and fight or flight animal instinct.

    Hate, anger, fear, resentment, and bitterness are all powerful emotions that absolutely motivate individuals. The main downside is they often repel or at least fail to inspire and attract other people. A common human reaction is to detach from and ignore people who are bitter or angry. A second downside is these emotions can inspire rages and short bursts of action, but they can have limited success in motivating high quality work over a sustained long period of time.

    I personally feel lots of fear, worry, resentment, anger, and sometimes it definitely motivates me, but I try to downplay that. I also know it's generally ugly to others. I am also motivated by positive emotions which sounds corny and hokey, but are better to motivate myself over the long term, make myself happy, and attract and inspire others.

    Hate, anger, fear, resentment, and bitterness are all powerful emotions that absolutely motivate individuals. The main downside is they often repel or at least fail to inspire and attract other people. A common human reaction is to detach from and ignore people who are bitter or angry.

    You probably don’t understand just how serious the situation is. Maybe it’s not obvious in your neck of the woods so you don’t care. Many Western leaders are tasked with the destruction of their nation’s whites. This is why they’re treated with birth-rate-killing austerity while the immigrants get the gibs and affirmative action. This is why we have anti-white MSM and schools, pro-abortion laws, anti-gun laws, no-borders NGOs, infinite immigration, 3rd wave feminism, SJW D&C, massive censorship, Russian hysteria, Soros etc. etc. It’s an invasion and a genocide (biggest one, ever) . You obviously can’t see it now – but you will.

    Random violence and stupidity is clearly not the answer. You’ve been propagandised into visualising a red-faced, foaming skinhead with swastikas on his neck every time someone posts a pro-white, pro-nation, pro-sovereignty argument. Wake up. It’s fucking propaganda. There are plenty of smart, non-violent people on my side of the fence. Even you can be useful once you do your own research and realise what’s going on. Afterwards you can go and spread “love” and red-pills in polite society and Yoga classes.

    Unfortunately, whether we like it or not, violence will come to us sooner or later. It’s inevitable and some have already been raped, stabbed or blown up so you better get prepared. As a European, the only reason I still have the land to call my own is because my ancestors were ready to fight for it. Yes, I’m pretty sure that they felt “hate”, “anger”, “fear”, and “resentment” while they were butchering invaders but that’s OK – I’m kinda’ grateful.

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    You probably don’t understand just how serious the situation is. Maybe it’s not obvious in your neck of the woods so you don’t care.
     
    OK, what is your strategy then?

    I would caution that emotion and panic may be counter productive. Good outcomes are more important than good intentions.

    Wake up. It’s fucking propaganda.
     
    Sure, politics, and particularly politics surrounding race and immigration is loaded with propaganda and trickery and deception... What course of action do you propose?
    , @dfordoom

    You probably don’t understand just how serious the situation is.
     
    The problem is that the overwhelming majority of the white population out there, the normies if you like, don’t understand just how serious the situation is. They're incapable of long-term thinking. They've been sedated with consumerism, celebrity-worship and trash culture and literally sedated with antidepressants so they don't have to think about stuff that might upset them.

    And they've been so thoroughly brainwashed by the schools and the media that they really believe that everything would be fine if it wasn't for those neo-nazi white-supremacists.

    And until they're personally affected they will continue to shut their eyes to the reality that their society is going down the gurgler. As long as it isn't happening in their street they're not going to think about it.

    And the biggest problem of all is that white people do not have any sense of identity as white people.

    Given all this, when alt-righters and similar dissidents start carrying on about Civil War 2.0 and how there's going to be blood in the streets and racial war and expressing anger and hate it's not surprising that the normies see this as evidence that the media and the schools were right - the alt-righters really are neo-nazi white-supremacist nutjobs.

    Personally I'm not convinced that it's a good strategy to reinforce the image that normies have of us as insane gun-crazy fanatics obsessed with hatred and fantasies of civil war.
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  256. @Twodees Partain
    “DJT played the lot of them like a fiddle”.

    Yes, he certainly bruised their knuckles with his nose, didn't he?

    Yes, he certainly bruised their knuckles with his nose, didn’t he?

    I don’t know.
    I was quoting the interpretation of a blogger at another site.
    Whether his or yours turns out to be correct remains to be seen.

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    Yes, I noticed that it was a quote. Please pass my response on to that blogger if you will.
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  257. @peterAUS

    ...blah...blah.... fear, resentment, and bitterness are all powerful emotions that absolutely motivate individuals. The main downside is they often repel or at least fail to inspire and attract other people. A common human reaction is to detach from and ignore people who are bitter or angry. A second downside is these emotions can inspire rages and short bursts of action, but they can have limited success in motivating high quality work over a sustained long period of time.
     
    Not a bad post.
    You probably just came here from a different Universe. Nice meeting you.

    In this one we had a guy called Hitler. There was a resentment over terms after WW1.
    And you probably missed nationalist movements in Eastern Europe in 90s. Plenty of resenment there I guess. That's O.K.
    It also appears you missed some of that "resentment" in Africa. From blacks vs whites to blacks vs blacks.
    Ah, yes, and that resentment re regime changes everywhere.
    Let's not forget "everyone" vs Israel there. And when we are there Shiites vs Sunnis. Re that "....work over a sustained long period of time."

    Fear not.
    With more people from your Universe coming into ours your bunch will enlighten us.
    I'd suggest working harder and faster though.

    Or, all this is just some virtue signalling here?
    That's fine too as long as you don't get too serious about it.

    Oh, just saw this:
    "...if we have truth, reality, and a consistent and genuine *morality* on our side, we are destined to win in the long run."
    Agree. Just before the Sun goes Red Giant.

    Not a bad post.
    You probably just came here from a different Universe. Nice meeting you.

    In this one we had a guy called Hitler. There was a resentment over terms after WW1.
    And you probably missed nationalist movements in Eastern Europe in 90s. Plenty of resenment there I guess. That’s O.K.

    Hitler failed.

    I’m not sure your point in this… Yes, there’s plenty of resentment, and plenty of tribalism… We should cultivate a kind, moral, reasonable, and productive tribalism…

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    I’m not sure your point in this
     
    Well, I believe it was/is obvious.
    Don't worry if you don't get it, though.

    We should cultivate a kind, moral, reasonable, and productive tribalism…
     
    Sounds just.....right. You keep doing that.

    You strike me as a "good guy".
    To even try to change the current paradigm "bad guys" are needed. Good guys are either a nuisance or a detriment there.

    Maybe harder and harder times will produce enough of "bad guys". Maybe it won't happen.
    We'll see.
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  258. @anonymous

    He revived Christianity in Holy Russia.
     
    No slavoid! Christianity is simply pagan polytheist human worship... a sanitised version of Hinduism for the "superior" western sensibilities. Father, Mother, Child, Ghost... it has plagiarised it all from those heathens.

    More "Godless" than "Holy."

    No slavoid! Christianity is simply pagan polytheist human worship… a sanitised version of Hinduism for the “superior” western sensibilities. Father, Mother, Child, Ghost… it has plagiarised it all from those heathens.

    Not pagan in the european context. Xtianity is a flavor of Zoroastrianism, with Hebrew gods being adopted-in.

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  259. @Anonymous

    Hate, anger, fear, resentment, and bitterness are all powerful emotions that absolutely motivate individuals. The main downside is they often repel or at least fail to inspire and attract other people. A common human reaction is to detach from and ignore people who are bitter or angry.
     
    You probably don't understand just how serious the situation is. Maybe it's not obvious in your neck of the woods so you don't care. Many Western leaders are tasked with the destruction of their nation's whites. This is why they're treated with birth-rate-killing austerity while the immigrants get the gibs and affirmative action. This is why we have anti-white MSM and schools, pro-abortion laws, anti-gun laws, no-borders NGOs, infinite immigration, 3rd wave feminism, SJW D&C, massive censorship, Russian hysteria, Soros etc. etc. It's an invasion and a genocide (biggest one, ever) . You obviously can't see it now - but you will.

    Random violence and stupidity is clearly not the answer. You've been propagandised into visualising a red-faced, foaming skinhead with swastikas on his neck every time someone posts a pro-white, pro-nation, pro-sovereignty argument. Wake up. It's fucking propaganda. There are plenty of smart, non-violent people on my side of the fence. Even you can be useful once you do your own research and realise what's going on. Afterwards you can go and spread "love" and red-pills in polite society and Yoga classes.

    Unfortunately, whether we like it or not, violence will come to us sooner or later. It's inevitable and some have already been raped, stabbed or blown up so you better get prepared. As a European, the only reason I still have the land to call my own is because my ancestors were ready to fight for it. Yes, I'm pretty sure that they felt "hate", "anger", "fear", and "resentment" while they were butchering invaders but that's OK - I'm kinda' grateful.

    You probably don’t understand just how serious the situation is. Maybe it’s not obvious in your neck of the woods so you don’t care.

    OK, what is your strategy then?

    I would caution that emotion and panic may be counter productive. Good outcomes are more important than good intentions.

    Wake up. It’s fucking propaganda.

    Sure, politics, and particularly politics surrounding race and immigration is loaded with propaganda and trickery and deception… What course of action do you propose?

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    Educate yourself first. That's why I said "do your own research". Once you understand the enormity of the clusterfuck you won't be able to un-see it. Whatever you do afterwards is your business but the days of stumbling in the dark will be over.
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  260. @propagandist hacker
    we are too late now...all we can do is hope to red pill white normies by putting the most anti-white Dems into power, and then once we have enough whites organized, hurt the economy enough to force the establishment to allow us to convert all areas with, say, 90% whites or more into white homelands, like indian reservations

    we are too late now…all we can do is hope to red pill white normies by putting the most anti-white Dems into power, and then once we have enough whites organized, hurt the economy enough to force the establishment to allow us to convert all areas with, say, 90% whites or more into white homelands, like indian reservations

    You think there’s a chance reservations will be provided? In a country with population bloated to 800 million? A collapsed economy? Conditions similar to those now seen in, oh, best case, Bombay?

    This is a runaway situation.

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  261. peterAUS says:
    @Massimo Heitor

    Not a bad post.
    You probably just came here from a different Universe. Nice meeting you.

    In this one we had a guy called Hitler. There was a resentment over terms after WW1.
    And you probably missed nationalist movements in Eastern Europe in 90s. Plenty of resenment there I guess. That’s O.K.
     
    Hitler failed.

    I'm not sure your point in this... Yes, there's plenty of resentment, and plenty of tribalism... We should cultivate a kind, moral, reasonable, and productive tribalism...

    I’m not sure your point in this

    Well, I believe it was/is obvious.
    Don’t worry if you don’t get it, though.

    We should cultivate a kind, moral, reasonable, and productive tribalism…

    Sounds just…..right. You keep doing that.

    You strike me as a “good guy”.
    To even try to change the current paradigm “bad guys” are needed. Good guys are either a nuisance or a detriment there.

    Maybe harder and harder times will produce enough of “bad guys”. Maybe it won’t happen.
    We’ll see.

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    You strike me as a “good guy”.
    To even try to change the current paradigm “bad guys” are needed. Good guys are either a nuisance or a detriment there.
     
    If the end goal isn't moral, then what's the point of it all? Any political cause worth fighting for has to be moral and righteous.

    Jeff Flake's famously says, "Country Over Party" and titled his book, "The Conscience of a Conservative". He's a scum bag. He's claiming the moral high ground, but he's the opposite. Everyone claims the moral high ground, that's just rhetoric.

    I consider Donald Trump one of the more honest, and kind leaders in politics. He does lie and aggressively use manipulative rhetoric, but by the standards of politics, he's a straight talker. Trump fights, he fights viciously, but it's for a good cause. And he's fighting in dirty waters.

    The reality of politics is dirty. Compromise is inherent in politics, even for the most idealistic. Some "the ends justify the means" mentality may be inevitable, but it should absolutely be minimized.

    I like Derbyshire. I like Steve Sailer more. I believe most of their fight is moral. When it strays and they say something that I find immoral, I criticize it.
    , @dfordoom

    To even try to change the current paradigm “bad guys” are needed. Good guys are either a nuisance or a detriment there.
     
    Not bad guys. Just good guys who are prepared to be as ruthless as the bad guys. Good guys who are prepared to learn from Machiavelli and Saul Alinsky. The tricky part is that they have to remain good guys. They have to be so devoted to the cause that they can adopt unscrupulous tactics without being morally compromised.

    Communism used to produce thousands of such people whose devotion to the cause never wavered.

    Perhaps our problem is that we just don't have a cause that produces such people. Or we haven't found a way to present our cause in such a light that it will attract such people.
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  262. @peterAUS

    I’m not sure your point in this
     
    Well, I believe it was/is obvious.
    Don't worry if you don't get it, though.

    We should cultivate a kind, moral, reasonable, and productive tribalism…
     
    Sounds just.....right. You keep doing that.

    You strike me as a "good guy".
    To even try to change the current paradigm "bad guys" are needed. Good guys are either a nuisance or a detriment there.

    Maybe harder and harder times will produce enough of "bad guys". Maybe it won't happen.
    We'll see.

    You strike me as a “good guy”.
    To even try to change the current paradigm “bad guys” are needed. Good guys are either a nuisance or a detriment there.

    If the end goal isn’t moral, then what’s the point of it all? Any political cause worth fighting for has to be moral and righteous.

    Jeff Flake’s famously says, “Country Over Party” and titled his book, “The Conscience of a Conservative”. He’s a scum bag. He’s claiming the moral high ground, but he’s the opposite. Everyone claims the moral high ground, that’s just rhetoric.

    I consider Donald Trump one of the more honest, and kind leaders in politics. He does lie and aggressively use manipulative rhetoric, but by the standards of politics, he’s a straight talker. Trump fights, he fights viciously, but it’s for a good cause. And he’s fighting in dirty waters.

    The reality of politics is dirty. Compromise is inherent in politics, even for the most idealistic. Some “the ends justify the means” mentality may be inevitable, but it should absolutely be minimized.

    I like Derbyshire. I like Steve Sailer more. I believe most of their fight is moral. When it strays and they say something that I find immoral, I criticize it.

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    If the end goal isn’t moral, then what’s the point of it all? Any political cause worth fighting for has to be moral and righteous.
     
    Hehe....that "righteous"......man, I envy you. Sort of.
    You sure you want to go down that road?

    We could get into that here for thousands posts and much smarter people than any on this Webzine already wrote all about that ages ago.

    I like to keep things simple.
    So, a question for you: do you find radical/true Islam moral or not?
    I intentionally put "radical/true" for obvious reasons. You do know what those reasons are I hope.
    Even more simple: is flogging, in public, moral, for those crimes?
    Or, even simpler, for "enlightened" Westerners: is the capital punishment moral?
    How about torture? Yes, I know what's the automatic answer, but are you really sure?

    Morality is a peculiar thing: it has been changing through history a lot. And even now, what's moral for one layer of society isn't quite for another. And what's moral changes directly related to a danger to that element. Like "droning" people", "extraordinary rendition" and "enhanced interrogation".
    Ah, yes, you believe that people like you are Darwinian pinnacle of that moral quest.
    Feels good, a?
    You did protest a lot against those three in parenthesis above? Street marches, clashes with cops, even some overnight time in a cell? Yeah, don't think so.

    Again, because you appear to be good guy and you, still, haven't starting calling me names here etc. once upon a time I was, as a very young man, sort of similar beliefs. I've found it's so easy to have such beliefs when your ass isn't on line. And, much more importantly, when lives of people you care for aren't on line either.

    How about a test, for you, a simple exercise:
    You went for a cruise->the boat sunk->you and (pick a person you love) are in choppy seas and just one 14 years old girl is close to you two->all of you are without life jacket, but, there is one life jacket floating by->WHO is going to get it? Tho