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The day after his “Silent Majority” speech on Nov. 3, 1969, calling on Americans to stand with him for peace with honor in Vietnam, Richard Nixon’s GOP captured the governorships of Virginia and New Jersey.

By December, Nixon had reached 68 percent approval in the Gallup Poll, though, a year earlier, he had won but 43 percent of the vote.

Contrast Nixon’s numbers with President Trump’s.

Where Trump won 46 percent of the vote against Hillary Clinton, his approval rating is now nearly 10 points below that. He has less support today than on the day he was elected, or inaugurated.

Tens of millions of Americans are passionately for Trump, and tens of millions are passionately against him. The GOP problem: The latter cohort is equal in intensity but larger in number, and this is especially true in purple and blue states like the commonwealth of Virginia.

There is no way to spin Tuesday as other than a Little Bighorn, and possible harbinger of what is to come.

In George Washington’s hometown of Alexandria and Arlington County, Democratic candidate Ralph Northam won 4-1. In Fairfax and Loudoun counties, the most populous D.C. suburbs, Northam won 2-1.

In the rural counties, however, Republican Ed Gillespie rolled up the landslides.

As there are two Americas, there are two Virginias.

Consider. Of all the delegate seats in the Virginia assembly allocated to Alexandria, Arlington, Fairfax, Loudoun and Prince William counties, the GOP can today claim only one.

Northern Virginia is taking on the political and socioeconomic profile of San Francisco.

Another and perhaps insoluble problem for the GOP, not only in the Old Dominion, is demography.

Democrats rolled up their largest margins among African-Americans, Hispanics, single women, immigrants and the young. And these voting blocs are growing.

Gillespie ran up his largest margins among white males near and past retirement age and married white women. These Middle Americans are in inexorable demographic decline.

The Greatest Generation is passing on, and baby boomers born between 1946 and 1951 are now on Medicare and Social Security.

Yet reports of the GOP’s demise are grossly exaggerated.

Though Gillespie lost by nine points, Jill Vogel, who ran for lieutenant governor on Trumpian issues, lost by six.

By 2-1, Virginians do not want their Confederate monuments torn down. Northam, sensing this, moved toward Gillespie’s position as the campaign went on. Also, among the 27 percent of Virginians who regarded taxes and immigration as the top issues, Gillespie won by nearly 4-1.

It was health care concerns, the No. 1 issue, that buried the GOP.

As for mainstream media rage and revulsion at the “racism” of Gillespie ads suggesting Northam supported sanctuary cities and was soft on the MS-13 gang, this reflects an abiding establishment fear of the Trumpian issues of illegal immigration and crime.

Then there was the Republican messenger.

A former chairman of the RNC, Washington lobbyist and White House aide, Gillespie is an establishment Republican unconvincing in the role of a fighting populist conservative. His speeches recalled not Trump’s run, but that of the Republicans Trump trounced.

Ed Gillespie was Virginia’s version of Jeb Bush.

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Message from the Old Dominion: A purple state, trending blue, with its economy recession-proof as long as Uncle Sam across the river consumes 20 percent of GDP, is a steepening climb for the GOP. You must have a superior candidate, comfortable with cutting issues, to win it now.

Republicans are being admonished to drop the monuments-and-memorials issue and respect why NFL players might want to “take a knee” during the national anthem.

But if to win in Northern Virginia the GOP must move closer to the Democratic Party, why would the rest of the state want to vote for the Republican Party?

During the campaign, both candidates moved rightward.

Northam rejected sanctuary cities and accepted Lee and Jackson on Richmond’s Monument Avenue, and Gillespie ran Trumpian ads, even if they seemed to clash with the mild-mannered candidate himself.

The lesson for 2018:

While the solid support of Trumpians is indispensable for GOP victory, it is insufficient for GOP victory. Republican candidates will have to decide how close they wish to get to President Trump, or how far away they can risk going and survive.

Facing this choice, Sens. Jeff Flake and Bob Corker decided to pack it in. Other Republicans may follow. But a house divided will not stand.

Republicans should recall that off-year elections are often problematic for incumbent parties. In 1954, President Eisenhower lost both houses of Congress. After pardoning Nixon in 1974, Gerald Ford lost 49 seats. In 1982, Ronald Reagan sustained a 27-seat loss.

In 1994, Bill Clinton lost 53 seats and control of the House. In 2010, Barack Obama lost 63 seats and control of the House.

If the nation chooses to turn Congress over to Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer in 2018, will that be all Trump’s fault? Or should perhaps some credit go to Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell and venerable political tradition?

Patrick J. Buchanan is the author of a new book, “Nixon’s White House Wars: The Battles That Made and Broke a President and Divided America Forever.”

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  1. Basically, white elites, affluents, and educrati(educated-indoctrinated class) want to lord over non-white ‘immigrants’ and serve Jewish uber-elites.
    White businesses find non-whites more docile, and white educrati find non-whites ‘nobler’ for PC reasons of ‘diversity’ and ‘anti-racism’.

    Meanwhile, white masses demand that white elites serve White America.

    White rulers don’t want to rule over whites. They want a new people.

    White masses want white elites to rule them. They hope, but it’s not happening.

    This is why Alt Right is so important. It is about creating a New White Elite class who will listen to white masses and lead them. And this New White Elite will not collaborate with the Zionist-Globalists.

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    But Alt-Right is already subverted by the Zionist-Globalists. Starting with Bannon and Breitbart - the latter being started as a support operation for zionist mideast crimes.

    Steve Bannon Loves Israel And The Jews — Really – The Forward
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  2. Rurik says:

    Ed Gillespie was Virginia’s version of Jeb Bush.

    I’m glad he lost

    nothing on this planet is more execrable and loathsome than the establishment GOP cucks

    if the GOP are going to run these maggots in their campaigns, then let the Dems win

    I’d rather have Joe Biden than Marco Rubio any day

    if it means the GOP loses the House, in order to get that rat Ryan out of there, then so be it!

    Better the DNC than Billy Kristol’s and Sheldon Adelson’s lickspittles

    Or should perhaps some credit go to Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell and venerable political tradition?

    you crack me up Pat

    “venerable”

    like septic tank spillage

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    "nothing on this planet is more execrable and loathsome than the establishment GOP cucks"

    Indeed, given the choice between a vote for establishment cuck parties like the Republicans or (in my country) the Conservatives, and a true Marxist Leninist Worker's party, I'd choose the latter. *

    Let's rip the band aid off all at once rather than one hair at a time with ostensibly "right wing" parties like the GOP.


    *of course once a far right nationalist party appears, they'll get my vote.

    , @TTSSYF
    If the nation chooses to turn Congress over to Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer in 2018, will that be all Trump’s fault? Or should perhaps some credit go to Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell and venerable political tradition?

    Yes, absolutely. Ryan, McConnell, et al, have worked as hard as any Dem to thwart Trump. The difference is, they lie about it.

    My optimism for this country basically died when Obama was re-elected (and long before that, when O.J. was acquitted and blacks were jubilant). I thought Trump's election might have been the beginning of things turning around and the people becoming a little more realistic about the world and the condition of our country, but I'm becoming more and more convinced that his election was merely the last gasp of a dying country. He may well serve only a single term, but at least, in looking back years from now, I believe he will have been vindicated with what he's been trying to do.

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  3. It’s funny….

    In order for White Libs to push their Cosmo-Prog agenda, they must rely on blacks and non-white colonizers. But many of these non-whites are not into Cosmo-Prog agenda.
    They vote for Democrats only because they want Open Borders(so more of their kind can gain access to US) and Federal handouts. It’s purely mercenary, not ideological.
    It’s like the European proggy ‘left’ depends on Muslim and African voters who don’t care about the cosmo-proggy agenda. Oftentimes, these non-whites are even less proggy than native ‘rightists’ and ‘conservatives’. Yet, they vote for the Proggy party because it offers them open access to the West.

    What will be the result of all this? Virginia and France turns more proggy because the Prog elites win with the votes of non-whites. But these non-whites are not voting out of proggy reasons for the Prog party. They just want more Open Borders and handouts. Their reasons are tribal, material, or mercenary.
    But I guess the Progs don’t much care. They figures Asians, being docile and subservient, can easily be turned onto Proggy values, and this seems true with East Asians and even Hindus to some extent. As for Mexicans, they will never amount to much and remain as docile labor force. So, prog elites will keep the power.

    Still, at some point, the system has to break. And we see inklings of this in California. All that Mexican nationalism goes against proggy ideals. And with declining white power, there will be more bitterness among progs and people of color.
    And in Minnesota, Somalians and Progs are not seeing eye to eye on lots of things despite their united front against Conservatives(who are mostly cucks anyway).

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    You are arguing my point. There are 66 million devoted Trumpets.

    I don't believe the left can garner 66 million disparate victim groups into a voting block.

    No white man need apply. I suspect no white woman can garner the needed votes.

    That leaves black, hispanic or muslim. Conservative Catholic Latinos have problems with black family values and teen violence.

    I don't think black men will come out for a Latino woman. And I don't think Latinos will come out for a homosexual.

    The left is herding cats. Cats that have ONE thing in common.... hatred of us.

    But I don't think that's enough to garner the votes Barry achieved. Blacks have tasted power, and won't give it up. And I don't think another black man can pull off the same scam. Even blacks whisper that Obama was a house nigger. And he was.

    What's left ? That California shrew? -- hollerin out the project windows ....

    "You get that black ass back in here before I beat it blue !!"

    Hail to the Chief..... right

    , @hyperbola
    France is not a good example. Macron (the bankers candidate, not the prog candidate) got in because for the first time in a century only a minority of the French (43%) voted. Macron only got the votes of about 25% of French voters - the rest held their noses and refused to vote for him.

    All Power to the Banks! The Winners-Take-All Regime of Emmanuel Macron
    https://www.counterpunch.org/2017/05/22/all-power-to-the-banks-the-winners-take-all-regime-of-emmanuel-macron/

    The Single Party French State … as the Majority of Voters Abstain
    https://www.counterpunch.org/2017/06/21/the-single-party-french-state-as-the-majority-of-voters-abstain/

    Perhaps you are right that immigrants vote for Democrats because the dems promise them economic help (and then mostly don't deliver). The GOP might be wise to take note that a large majority of latino voters have very conservative social values (as good catholics or evangelicals). Appeal to the values they share with other conservatives.
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  4. Randal says:

    He has less support today than on the day he was elected, or inaugurated.

    Not according to a piece in, of all places, the Guardian yesterday:

    Don’t get carried away – Trump is as popular today as he was last year

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  5. KenH says:

    People shouldn’t read too much into this. Virginia has only had one Republican governor since 2002. It was likely the result of that state’s ongoing demographic shift combined with Democrats being a little more energized than Republicans given the anti-Trump hysteria. And since Gillespie sounded like a system hack who left the Republican base of Virginia wanting, so turnout probably wasn’t as high as it could have been.

    Demography is destiny and the Democrats clearly have the upper hand based on population trends and which is why they will never consent to drastic reductions in legal immigration.

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  6. Sam McGowan says: • Website

    Face the facts – Republicans are never going to win in Virginia because state-wide elections in the state are rigged, and have been for years. Terry McAuliffe and other Democrats know it. Here’s how they do it. There are several precincts in those Northern Virginia suburbs that are 100% Democrat. That means that when votes are counted, there are no Republican election officials present and the officials can turn in any number they want to. It’s been happening since 2008 at least. There’s nothing anybody can do about it because the system wasn’t set up for party politics. Democrats have been rigging elections since Andy Jackson. In this case, they’re able to do it because there are so many all-black precincts in Northern Virginia, east of Richmond and in the Tidewater.

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  7. @Rurik

    Ed Gillespie was Virginia’s version of Jeb Bush.
     
    I'm glad he lost

    nothing on this planet is more execrable and loathsome than the establishment GOP cucks

    if the GOP are going to run these maggots in their campaigns, then let the Dems win

    I'd rather have Joe Biden than Marco Rubio any day

    if it means the GOP loses the House, in order to get that rat Ryan out of there, then so be it!

    Better the DNC than Billy Kristol's and Sheldon Adelson's lickspittles

    Or should perhaps some credit go to Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell and venerable political tradition?
     
    you crack me up Pat

    "venerable"


    like septic tank spillage

    “nothing on this planet is more execrable and loathsome than the establishment GOP cucks”

    Indeed, given the choice between a vote for establishment cuck parties like the Republicans or (in my country) the Conservatives, and a true Marxist Leninist Worker’s party, I’d choose the latter. *

    Let’s rip the band aid off all at once rather than one hair at a time with ostensibly “right wing” parties like the GOP.

    *of course once a far right nationalist party appears, they’ll get my vote.

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  8. Anonymous says: • Disclaimer

    There is no way to spin Tuesday as other than a Little Bighorn

    Here’s a way: Democrat candidates won in a Democrat state. You spend most of your essay explaining why, so I don’t understand the alarmism. And even Northam appears to be better than McAuliffe.

    Among other things, McAuliffe legalized over 200,000 felon voters, and of course the “Establishment” in both parties has been furiously importing third-world immigrants who vote Democrat. Many have found their way to Virginia as well as most other states. Why the surprise?

    Republicans brought about their own demise through rank stupidity and it’s probably too late for them as a political party. Trump wouldn’t even be a Republican except that our sclerotic political system essentially prohibits third-party candidates.

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    Here’s a way: Democrat candidates won in a Democrat state
     
    Bingo.

    The Youtube commentator/comedian Paul Ramsey ("RamZPaul") had a pretty succinct analysis of Virginia: "It's the immigration, stupid." Thanks to mass immigration, Virginia is now Cali-Light. Add to it McAuliffe juicing the voter rolls with felons and undoubtedly precinct-level fraud, and you have a perma-blue state from here on out.

    This was hard for me to digest as I always associated Virginia with R.E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson and the Confederate Capitol, etc.

    Of course, the leftist media attributes Democratic success to the super-popularity of their ideas --- mass immigration, higher taxes, affirmative action, gun control. Importing thousands of what are essentially ringers is too gauche for these people, but that's pretty much what has happened.
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  9. TTSSYF says:
    @Rurik

    Ed Gillespie was Virginia’s version of Jeb Bush.
     
    I'm glad he lost

    nothing on this planet is more execrable and loathsome than the establishment GOP cucks

    if the GOP are going to run these maggots in their campaigns, then let the Dems win

    I'd rather have Joe Biden than Marco Rubio any day

    if it means the GOP loses the House, in order to get that rat Ryan out of there, then so be it!

    Better the DNC than Billy Kristol's and Sheldon Adelson's lickspittles

    Or should perhaps some credit go to Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell and venerable political tradition?
     
    you crack me up Pat

    "venerable"


    like septic tank spillage

    If the nation chooses to turn Congress over to Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer in 2018, will that be all Trump’s fault? Or should perhaps some credit go to Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell and venerable political tradition?

    Yes, absolutely. Ryan, McConnell, et al, have worked as hard as any Dem to thwart Trump. The difference is, they lie about it.

    My optimism for this country basically died when Obama was re-elected (and long before that, when O.J. was acquitted and blacks were jubilant). I thought Trump’s election might have been the beginning of things turning around and the people becoming a little more realistic about the world and the condition of our country, but I’m becoming more and more convinced that his election was merely the last gasp of a dying country. He may well serve only a single term, but at least, in looking back years from now, I believe he will have been vindicated with what he’s been trying to do.

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    Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer in 2018, will that be all Trump’s fault? Or should perhaps some credit go to Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell and venerable political tradition?
     
    Versus the Bush crime family- to Lindsey Graham and John McStain, Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell and all the other GOP traitors to this republic and its principles and its people..

    I'd rather have Chucky Schumer and Nancy Pelosi, who openly hate my white, CIS guts and everything America once stood for when it was putatively still free (and not engaged in wars)

    I suppose an analogy would be along the lines of an open enemy like say, Osama Bin Laden, who stated his opposition to the foreign policy of the ZUS and his reasons for it. He hated America and we all knew it. That would represent the Democrats.

    And then (if you didn't hear about it), there was a physician from Detroit, very successful and wealthy.. who cured lots and lots of people of cancer, with especially chemo therapy. Except that it turned out that the people didn't have cancer in the first place, but rather were being systematically misdiagnosed with cancer so that the doctor could make fabulous amounts of money by charging their insurance for lucrative chemo-therapy treatments. Many died as a direct result of this.

    Why do I tell this story? Because this doctor, (currently in prison) is for me an exact analogy of the Sheldon Adelson wing of the GOP.

    They put on our face, and take our money and perks they're given, but most of all, our trust, and then use that position of trust and power to systematically betray everything we're trusting them to do - for personal gain.

    They're like Larry Silverstein- who spoke with all those tenants on the day before 9/11, smiling at them and schmoozing and making friendly with the waitresses at the restaurant he ate breakfast in every morning, and the office girls and all of them... knowing all too well that tomorrow he had arranged for them all to die horribly.

    the thing that really bothers me about some people, is when they manipulate your trust, and smile into your eyes, as they plot your destruction behind your back- for personal gain. And the more trust they're given, and the more perks and power and wealth they're given to protect the people who're trusting them, the more heinous and incomprehensible is their crime.

    That's how I perceive the establishment GOP traitors like Paul Ryan and John McCain. Soon enough, when you've been wronging a person or a people for long enough, you begin to hate those people, because you realize how sinister the dynamic actually is, but rather than hate yourself, as any honorable person would, you end up hating your victims, as no doubt that Detroit physician does, or Larry Silverstein obviously does, or John McCain and Paul Ryan feel about their constituents.

    Sorry that's so long-winded, but I did want to flesh that out. Saying you prefer someone like Chucky Schumer!, is heavy-duty stuff. I had to qualify and explain such a statement.

    My optimism for this country basically died when Obama was re-elected (and long before that, when O.J. was acquitted and blacks were jubilant).
     
    Waco did it for me.

    his election was merely the last gasp of a dying country. He may well serve only a single term, but at least, in looking back years from now, I believe he will have been vindicated with what he’s been trying to do.
     
    perhaps

    we hear a lot of negative things about him, and I too have been critical. But there's just no way in this life or the next that he is or even could have been as catastrophic as the cackling gorgon war sow.

    I suspect he would like a great legacy, and for his children to revel in their last name as his heritage. But he is swimming in a sewer of perfidy, treason and corruption, and for this, I think we need to give him a little slack. His biggest enemies are the GOP traitors like the Bush crime cabal and the neocons, (and their sniveling toadies like Ryan)

    As long as he doesn't start any more wars, or renege too egregiously on his promises, I'll still give him tepid support, considering where he's at and just how rotten and evil that den of congressional snakes and ((media)) whores actually are.

    Cheers
    , @jacques sheete

    The difference is, they lie about it.
     
    The lying's what did it for me after the Shrub repudiated his "humble foreign policy" BS. The Repubs say all the correct things, but fail to deliver. There is only one party, the Corporate Welfare and Warfare Party.


    “In 1956, I shall not go to the polls. I have not registered. I believe that democracy has so far disappeared in the United States that no "two evils" exist. There is but one evil party with two names, and it will be elected despite all I can do or say.“
    -W.E.B. Dubois, Why I Won't Vote,
    The Nation, 20 October 1956 http://www.hartford-hwp.com/archives/45a/298.html
     
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  10. KenH says:

    Trump lost Virginia in the 2016 presidential race and Virginia has voted for the Democrat candidate in the last three presidential election cycles, so I this isn’t the rebuke of Trump and his policies as the left and Pat B. are making it out to be.

    It’s the same story with New Jersey who has voted for the Democrat presidential candidate at least since the 1992 presidential election cycle.

    If Trump had won both Virginia and NJ in 2016, then yes, I’d have to agree that the gubernatorial results might serve as a harbinger for 2018 and possibly 2020. It seems Pat periodically lends credence to claims made by the fake news media and far left so as to appear balanced and objective and to maintain the respectability and acceptance that old style conservatives desperately crave from the establishment.

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  11. @Anonymous

    There is no way to spin Tuesday as other than a Little Bighorn
     
    Here's a way: Democrat candidates won in a Democrat state. You spend most of your essay explaining why, so I don't understand the alarmism. And even Northam appears to be better than McAuliffe.

    Among other things, McAuliffe legalized over 200,000 felon voters, and of course the "Establishment" in both parties has been furiously importing third-world immigrants who vote Democrat. Many have found their way to Virginia as well as most other states. Why the surprise?

    Republicans brought about their own demise through rank stupidity and it's probably too late for them as a political party. Trump wouldn't even be a Republican except that our sclerotic political system essentially prohibits third-party candidates.

    Here’s a way: Democrat candidates won in a Democrat state

    Bingo.

    The Youtube commentator/comedian Paul Ramsey (“RamZPaul”) had a pretty succinct analysis of Virginia: “It’s the immigration, stupid.” Thanks to mass immigration, Virginia is now Cali-Light. Add to it McAuliffe juicing the voter rolls with felons and undoubtedly precinct-level fraud, and you have a perma-blue state from here on out.

    This was hard for me to digest as I always associated Virginia with R.E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson and the Confederate Capitol, etc.

    Of course, the leftist media attributes Democratic success to the super-popularity of their ideas — mass immigration, higher taxes, affirmative action, gun control. Importing thousands of what are essentially ringers is too gauche for these people, but that’s pretty much what has happened.

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  12. Get over it Pat. The GOP and the US are finished as we know it. “Another and perhaps insoluble problem for the GOP … is demography”. Eventually the US will look like California. If the GOP wants to remain viable, the answer is: break up the US into at least three countries. They will be: The West Coast, East Coast and the rest of the US. The rest of your piece is trivia.

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  13. Rurik says:
    @TTSSYF
    If the nation chooses to turn Congress over to Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer in 2018, will that be all Trump’s fault? Or should perhaps some credit go to Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell and venerable political tradition?

    Yes, absolutely. Ryan, McConnell, et al, have worked as hard as any Dem to thwart Trump. The difference is, they lie about it.

    My optimism for this country basically died when Obama was re-elected (and long before that, when O.J. was acquitted and blacks were jubilant). I thought Trump's election might have been the beginning of things turning around and the people becoming a little more realistic about the world and the condition of our country, but I'm becoming more and more convinced that his election was merely the last gasp of a dying country. He may well serve only a single term, but at least, in looking back years from now, I believe he will have been vindicated with what he's been trying to do.

    Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer in 2018, will that be all Trump’s fault? Or should perhaps some credit go to Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell and venerable political tradition?

    Versus the Bush crime family- to Lindsey Graham and John McStain, Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell and all the other GOP traitors to this republic and its principles and its people..

    I’d rather have Chucky Schumer and Nancy Pelosi, who openly hate my white, CIS guts and everything America once stood for when it was putatively still free (and not engaged in wars)

    I suppose an analogy would be along the lines of an open enemy like say, Osama Bin Laden, who stated his opposition to the foreign policy of the ZUS and his reasons for it. He hated America and we all knew it. That would represent the Democrats.

    And then (if you didn’t hear about it), there was a physician from Detroit, very successful and wealthy.. who cured lots and lots of people of cancer, with especially chemo therapy. Except that it turned out that the people didn’t have cancer in the first place, but rather were being systematically misdiagnosed with cancer so that the doctor could make fabulous amounts of money by charging their insurance for lucrative chemo-therapy treatments. Many died as a direct result of this.

    Why do I tell this story? Because this doctor, (currently in prison) is for me an exact analogy of the Sheldon Adelson wing of the GOP.

    They put on our face, and take our money and perks they’re given, but most of all, our trust, and then use that position of trust and power to systematically betray everything we’re trusting them to do – for personal gain.

    They’re like Larry Silverstein- who spoke with all those tenants on the day before 9/11, smiling at them and schmoozing and making friendly with the waitresses at the restaurant he ate breakfast in every morning, and the office girls and all of them… knowing all too well that tomorrow he had arranged for them all to die horribly.

    the thing that really bothers me about some people, is when they manipulate your trust, and smile into your eyes, as they plot your destruction behind your back- for personal gain. And the more trust they’re given, and the more perks and power and wealth they’re given to protect the people who’re trusting them, the more heinous and incomprehensible is their crime.

    That’s how I perceive the establishment GOP traitors like Paul Ryan and John McCain. Soon enough, when you’ve been wronging a person or a people for long enough, you begin to hate those people, because you realize how sinister the dynamic actually is, but rather than hate yourself, as any honorable person would, you end up hating your victims, as no doubt that Detroit physician does, or Larry Silverstein obviously does, or John McCain and Paul Ryan feel about their constituents.

    Sorry that’s so long-winded, but I did want to flesh that out. Saying you prefer someone like Chucky Schumer!, is heavy-duty stuff. I had to qualify and explain such a statement.

    My optimism for this country basically died when Obama was re-elected (and long before that, when O.J. was acquitted and blacks were jubilant).

    Waco did it for me.

    his election was merely the last gasp of a dying country. He may well serve only a single term, but at least, in looking back years from now, I believe he will have been vindicated with what he’s been trying to do.

    perhaps

    we hear a lot of negative things about him, and I too have been critical. But there’s just no way in this life or the next that he is or even could have been as catastrophic as the cackling gorgon war sow.

    I suspect he would like a great legacy, and for his children to revel in their last name as his heritage. But he is swimming in a sewer of perfidy, treason and corruption, and for this, I think we need to give him a little slack. His biggest enemies are the GOP traitors like the Bush crime cabal and the neocons, (and their sniveling toadies like Ryan)

    As long as he doesn’t start any more wars, or renege too egregiously on his promises, I’ll still give him tepid support, considering where he’s at and just how rotten and evil that den of congressional snakes and ((media)) whores actually are.

    Cheers

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    Important & fascinating analysis, Rurik; thanks.

    the thing that really bothers me about some people, is when they manipulate your trust, and smile into your eyes, as they plot your destruction behind your back- for personal gain. And the more trust they’re given, and the more perks and power and wealth they’re given to protect the people who’re trusting them, the more heinous and incomprehensible is their crime.
     
    It is the nature of your enemy to disguise himself as your friend.


    You have to know who your enemy is, and have the courage to call your enemy by his/her name.

    These two videos go together --

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=obtgaZ97Kdc

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zfqB3WqB9fo

    , @jacques sheete

    Soon enough, when you’ve been wronging a person or a people for long enough, you begin to hate those people, because you realize how sinister the dynamic actually is, but rather than hate yourself, as any honorable person would, you end up hating your victims...
     
    Now that is a great insight.

    It also seems to explain the contempt directed at the dumb goyim.

    PS: Waco was a quantum leap in my education as well.

    , @Druid
    He's already reneged. Open your eyes! A pox on both their houses,in say. And third world immigration must stop!
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  14. Cheer up. They may not like Trump, but they still hate Hillary.

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    Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer in 2018, will that be all Trump’s fault? Or should perhaps some credit go to Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell and venerable political tradition?
     
    Versus the Bush crime family- to Lindsey Graham and John McStain, Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell and all the other GOP traitors to this republic and its principles and its people..

    I'd rather have Chucky Schumer and Nancy Pelosi, who openly hate my white, CIS guts and everything America once stood for when it was putatively still free (and not engaged in wars)

    I suppose an analogy would be along the lines of an open enemy like say, Osama Bin Laden, who stated his opposition to the foreign policy of the ZUS and his reasons for it. He hated America and we all knew it. That would represent the Democrats.

    And then (if you didn't hear about it), there was a physician from Detroit, very successful and wealthy.. who cured lots and lots of people of cancer, with especially chemo therapy. Except that it turned out that the people didn't have cancer in the first place, but rather were being systematically misdiagnosed with cancer so that the doctor could make fabulous amounts of money by charging their insurance for lucrative chemo-therapy treatments. Many died as a direct result of this.

    Why do I tell this story? Because this doctor, (currently in prison) is for me an exact analogy of the Sheldon Adelson wing of the GOP.

    They put on our face, and take our money and perks they're given, but most of all, our trust, and then use that position of trust and power to systematically betray everything we're trusting them to do - for personal gain.

    They're like Larry Silverstein- who spoke with all those tenants on the day before 9/11, smiling at them and schmoozing and making friendly with the waitresses at the restaurant he ate breakfast in every morning, and the office girls and all of them... knowing all too well that tomorrow he had arranged for them all to die horribly.

    the thing that really bothers me about some people, is when they manipulate your trust, and smile into your eyes, as they plot your destruction behind your back- for personal gain. And the more trust they're given, and the more perks and power and wealth they're given to protect the people who're trusting them, the more heinous and incomprehensible is their crime.

    That's how I perceive the establishment GOP traitors like Paul Ryan and John McCain. Soon enough, when you've been wronging a person or a people for long enough, you begin to hate those people, because you realize how sinister the dynamic actually is, but rather than hate yourself, as any honorable person would, you end up hating your victims, as no doubt that Detroit physician does, or Larry Silverstein obviously does, or John McCain and Paul Ryan feel about their constituents.

    Sorry that's so long-winded, but I did want to flesh that out. Saying you prefer someone like Chucky Schumer!, is heavy-duty stuff. I had to qualify and explain such a statement.

    My optimism for this country basically died when Obama was re-elected (and long before that, when O.J. was acquitted and blacks were jubilant).
     
    Waco did it for me.

    his election was merely the last gasp of a dying country. He may well serve only a single term, but at least, in looking back years from now, I believe he will have been vindicated with what he’s been trying to do.
     
    perhaps

    we hear a lot of negative things about him, and I too have been critical. But there's just no way in this life or the next that he is or even could have been as catastrophic as the cackling gorgon war sow.

    I suspect he would like a great legacy, and for his children to revel in their last name as his heritage. But he is swimming in a sewer of perfidy, treason and corruption, and for this, I think we need to give him a little slack. His biggest enemies are the GOP traitors like the Bush crime cabal and the neocons, (and their sniveling toadies like Ryan)

    As long as he doesn't start any more wars, or renege too egregiously on his promises, I'll still give him tepid support, considering where he's at and just how rotten and evil that den of congressional snakes and ((media)) whores actually are.

    Cheers

    Important & fascinating analysis, Rurik; thanks.

    the thing that really bothers me about some people, is when they manipulate your trust, and smile into your eyes, as they plot your destruction behind your back- for personal gain. And the more trust they’re given, and the more perks and power and wealth they’re given to protect the people who’re trusting them, the more heinous and incomprehensible is their crime.

    It is the nature of your enemy to disguise himself as your friend.

    You have to know who your enemy is, and have the courage to call your enemy by his/her name.

    These two videos go together –

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    You have to know who your enemy is, and have the courage to call your enemy by his/her name.
     
    knowing who they are is easy. It's the other part which requires that ever so rare quality

    I watched the first one a while ago, and will now watch the second as I do some over due office work here.

    Thanks S2C
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  16. nsa says:

    While the Unz cognoscenti argue the nuances of social democratic governance as practiced in the year 2017, your more typical Americano was serving the cause of justice as a juror at the Senator Bob Menendez ( D, NJ) bribery and racketeering trial. During the first full day of jury deliberations, having heard all the evidence and the arguments of both sides and the learned judge’s instructions, said juror asked the judge: “What’s a Senator?”.

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  17. @TTSSYF
    If the nation chooses to turn Congress over to Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer in 2018, will that be all Trump’s fault? Or should perhaps some credit go to Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell and venerable political tradition?

    Yes, absolutely. Ryan, McConnell, et al, have worked as hard as any Dem to thwart Trump. The difference is, they lie about it.

    My optimism for this country basically died when Obama was re-elected (and long before that, when O.J. was acquitted and blacks were jubilant). I thought Trump's election might have been the beginning of things turning around and the people becoming a little more realistic about the world and the condition of our country, but I'm becoming more and more convinced that his election was merely the last gasp of a dying country. He may well serve only a single term, but at least, in looking back years from now, I believe he will have been vindicated with what he's been trying to do.

    The difference is, they lie about it.

    The lying’s what did it for me after the Shrub repudiated his “humble foreign policy” BS. The Repubs say all the correct things, but fail to deliver. There is only one party, the Corporate Welfare and Warfare Party.

    “In 1956, I shall not go to the polls. I have not registered. I believe that democracy has so far disappeared in the United States that no “two evils” exist. There is but one evil party with two names, and it will be elected despite all I can do or say.“
    -W.E.B. Dubois, Why I Won’t Vote,
    The Nation, 20 October 1956 http://www.hartford-hwp.com/archives/45a/298.html

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  18. @Rurik

    Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer in 2018, will that be all Trump’s fault? Or should perhaps some credit go to Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell and venerable political tradition?
     
    Versus the Bush crime family- to Lindsey Graham and John McStain, Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell and all the other GOP traitors to this republic and its principles and its people..

    I'd rather have Chucky Schumer and Nancy Pelosi, who openly hate my white, CIS guts and everything America once stood for when it was putatively still free (and not engaged in wars)

    I suppose an analogy would be along the lines of an open enemy like say, Osama Bin Laden, who stated his opposition to the foreign policy of the ZUS and his reasons for it. He hated America and we all knew it. That would represent the Democrats.

    And then (if you didn't hear about it), there was a physician from Detroit, very successful and wealthy.. who cured lots and lots of people of cancer, with especially chemo therapy. Except that it turned out that the people didn't have cancer in the first place, but rather were being systematically misdiagnosed with cancer so that the doctor could make fabulous amounts of money by charging their insurance for lucrative chemo-therapy treatments. Many died as a direct result of this.

    Why do I tell this story? Because this doctor, (currently in prison) is for me an exact analogy of the Sheldon Adelson wing of the GOP.

    They put on our face, and take our money and perks they're given, but most of all, our trust, and then use that position of trust and power to systematically betray everything we're trusting them to do - for personal gain.

    They're like Larry Silverstein- who spoke with all those tenants on the day before 9/11, smiling at them and schmoozing and making friendly with the waitresses at the restaurant he ate breakfast in every morning, and the office girls and all of them... knowing all too well that tomorrow he had arranged for them all to die horribly.

    the thing that really bothers me about some people, is when they manipulate your trust, and smile into your eyes, as they plot your destruction behind your back- for personal gain. And the more trust they're given, and the more perks and power and wealth they're given to protect the people who're trusting them, the more heinous and incomprehensible is their crime.

    That's how I perceive the establishment GOP traitors like Paul Ryan and John McCain. Soon enough, when you've been wronging a person or a people for long enough, you begin to hate those people, because you realize how sinister the dynamic actually is, but rather than hate yourself, as any honorable person would, you end up hating your victims, as no doubt that Detroit physician does, or Larry Silverstein obviously does, or John McCain and Paul Ryan feel about their constituents.

    Sorry that's so long-winded, but I did want to flesh that out. Saying you prefer someone like Chucky Schumer!, is heavy-duty stuff. I had to qualify and explain such a statement.

    My optimism for this country basically died when Obama was re-elected (and long before that, when O.J. was acquitted and blacks were jubilant).
     
    Waco did it for me.

    his election was merely the last gasp of a dying country. He may well serve only a single term, but at least, in looking back years from now, I believe he will have been vindicated with what he’s been trying to do.
     
    perhaps

    we hear a lot of negative things about him, and I too have been critical. But there's just no way in this life or the next that he is or even could have been as catastrophic as the cackling gorgon war sow.

    I suspect he would like a great legacy, and for his children to revel in their last name as his heritage. But he is swimming in a sewer of perfidy, treason and corruption, and for this, I think we need to give him a little slack. His biggest enemies are the GOP traitors like the Bush crime cabal and the neocons, (and their sniveling toadies like Ryan)

    As long as he doesn't start any more wars, or renege too egregiously on his promises, I'll still give him tepid support, considering where he's at and just how rotten and evil that den of congressional snakes and ((media)) whores actually are.

    Cheers

    Soon enough, when you’ve been wronging a person or a people for long enough, you begin to hate those people, because you realize how sinister the dynamic actually is, but rather than hate yourself, as any honorable person would, you end up hating your victims…

    Now that is a great insight.

    It also seems to explain the contempt directed at the dumb goyim.

    PS: Waco was a quantum leap in my education as well.

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    Waco was a quantum leap in my education as well.
     
    did you know that the Clinton regime sprayed machine gun fire at the only exit to the church/compound after the FBI infused flammable gas canisters (that they subsequently lied about using) while ripping holes into the walls to allow oxygen to fuel the fires?

    According to the local coroner, there were bodies piled up at the only exit - riddled with bullet holes, as they (the Clinton cabal) knew the human instinct would be to escape the flames. He called the deaths homicides, as opposed to 'suicides' as the Clinton administration insisted they were.

    And then of course, just as with so many of the government's unspeakable crimes (9/11, et al), they immediately destroyed all the forensic evidence of this crime, creating a kind of Carthage at the Waco compound, and then promoting all of the officials involved.

    One of the FBI snipers; Lon Tomohisa Horiuchi - who shot Vicki Weaver though the head as she was holding her newborn baby on Ruby Ridge, was also involved at Waco.

    And then they just lied about it all and the "woman" in the White House at the time, almost became our president.

    >>>shudder<<<
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  19. gustafus says:
    @Priss Factor
    It's funny....

    In order for White Libs to push their Cosmo-Prog agenda, they must rely on blacks and non-white colonizers. But many of these non-whites are not into Cosmo-Prog agenda.
    They vote for Democrats only because they want Open Borders(so more of their kind can gain access to US) and Federal handouts. It's purely mercenary, not ideological.
    It's like the European proggy 'left' depends on Muslim and African voters who don't care about the cosmo-proggy agenda. Oftentimes, these non-whites are even less proggy than native 'rightists' and 'conservatives'. Yet, they vote for the Proggy party because it offers them open access to the West.

    What will be the result of all this? Virginia and France turns more proggy because the Prog elites win with the votes of non-whites. But these non-whites are not voting out of proggy reasons for the Prog party. They just want more Open Borders and handouts. Their reasons are tribal, material, or mercenary.
    But I guess the Progs don't much care. They figures Asians, being docile and subservient, can easily be turned onto Proggy values, and this seems true with East Asians and even Hindus to some extent. As for Mexicans, they will never amount to much and remain as docile labor force. So, prog elites will keep the power.

    Still, at some point, the system has to break. And we see inklings of this in California. All that Mexican nationalism goes against proggy ideals. And with declining white power, there will be more bitterness among progs and people of color.
    And in Minnesota, Somalians and Progs are not seeing eye to eye on lots of things despite their united front against Conservatives(who are mostly cucks anyway).

    You are arguing my point. There are 66 million devoted Trumpets.

    I don’t believe the left can garner 66 million disparate victim groups into a voting block.

    No white man need apply. I suspect no white woman can garner the needed votes.

    That leaves black, hispanic or muslim. Conservative Catholic Latinos have problems with black family values and teen violence.

    I don’t think black men will come out for a Latino woman. And I don’t think Latinos will come out for a homosexual.

    The left is herding cats. Cats that have ONE thing in common…. hatred of us.

    But I don’t think that’s enough to garner the votes Barry achieved. Blacks have tasted power, and won’t give it up. And I don’t think another black man can pull off the same scam. Even blacks whisper that Obama was a house nigger. And he was.

    What’s left ? That California shrew? — hollerin out the project windows ….

    “You get that black ass back in here before I beat it blue !!”

    Hail to the Chief….. right

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  20. Funny how telling people that they need to ‘drop dead’ in order to give more money to billionaires isn’t really a popular political tactic. Who’d have thunk?

    Even Pat concedes that ‘health care’ is what’s burying the Republicans. And, the Republicans idea of ‘health care’ is telling many to drop dead so more money can flow to rich billionaires. Strange how that’s not very popular with the people who are being sentenced to premature trips to a local cemetary.

    The needs of the few outweigh the right to life of the many. Nope, not many of the many are going to vote for that.

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  21. Druid says:
    @Rurik

    Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer in 2018, will that be all Trump’s fault? Or should perhaps some credit go to Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell and venerable political tradition?
     
    Versus the Bush crime family- to Lindsey Graham and John McStain, Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell and all the other GOP traitors to this republic and its principles and its people..

    I'd rather have Chucky Schumer and Nancy Pelosi, who openly hate my white, CIS guts and everything America once stood for when it was putatively still free (and not engaged in wars)

    I suppose an analogy would be along the lines of an open enemy like say, Osama Bin Laden, who stated his opposition to the foreign policy of the ZUS and his reasons for it. He hated America and we all knew it. That would represent the Democrats.

    And then (if you didn't hear about it), there was a physician from Detroit, very successful and wealthy.. who cured lots and lots of people of cancer, with especially chemo therapy. Except that it turned out that the people didn't have cancer in the first place, but rather were being systematically misdiagnosed with cancer so that the doctor could make fabulous amounts of money by charging their insurance for lucrative chemo-therapy treatments. Many died as a direct result of this.

    Why do I tell this story? Because this doctor, (currently in prison) is for me an exact analogy of the Sheldon Adelson wing of the GOP.

    They put on our face, and take our money and perks they're given, but most of all, our trust, and then use that position of trust and power to systematically betray everything we're trusting them to do - for personal gain.

    They're like Larry Silverstein- who spoke with all those tenants on the day before 9/11, smiling at them and schmoozing and making friendly with the waitresses at the restaurant he ate breakfast in every morning, and the office girls and all of them... knowing all too well that tomorrow he had arranged for them all to die horribly.

    the thing that really bothers me about some people, is when they manipulate your trust, and smile into your eyes, as they plot your destruction behind your back- for personal gain. And the more trust they're given, and the more perks and power and wealth they're given to protect the people who're trusting them, the more heinous and incomprehensible is their crime.

    That's how I perceive the establishment GOP traitors like Paul Ryan and John McCain. Soon enough, when you've been wronging a person or a people for long enough, you begin to hate those people, because you realize how sinister the dynamic actually is, but rather than hate yourself, as any honorable person would, you end up hating your victims, as no doubt that Detroit physician does, or Larry Silverstein obviously does, or John McCain and Paul Ryan feel about their constituents.

    Sorry that's so long-winded, but I did want to flesh that out. Saying you prefer someone like Chucky Schumer!, is heavy-duty stuff. I had to qualify and explain such a statement.

    My optimism for this country basically died when Obama was re-elected (and long before that, when O.J. was acquitted and blacks were jubilant).
     
    Waco did it for me.

    his election was merely the last gasp of a dying country. He may well serve only a single term, but at least, in looking back years from now, I believe he will have been vindicated with what he’s been trying to do.
     
    perhaps

    we hear a lot of negative things about him, and I too have been critical. But there's just no way in this life or the next that he is or even could have been as catastrophic as the cackling gorgon war sow.

    I suspect he would like a great legacy, and for his children to revel in their last name as his heritage. But he is swimming in a sewer of perfidy, treason and corruption, and for this, I think we need to give him a little slack. His biggest enemies are the GOP traitors like the Bush crime cabal and the neocons, (and their sniveling toadies like Ryan)

    As long as he doesn't start any more wars, or renege too egregiously on his promises, I'll still give him tepid support, considering where he's at and just how rotten and evil that den of congressional snakes and ((media)) whores actually are.

    Cheers

    He’s already reneged. Open your eyes! A pox on both their houses,in say. And third world immigration must stop!

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    He’s already reneged. Open your eyes! A pox on both their houses,in say. And third world immigration must stop!
     
    “When will all the haters and fools out there realise that having a good relationship with Russia is a good thing, not a bad thing,” Mr Trump tweeted after discussing issues including Syria with Mr Putin on the margins of the Apec summit in Vietnam.

    Imagine where we'd be with the cackling gorgon war sow

    Refugee Admissions Drop 87 Percent Under Trump

    www.nationaleconomicseditorial.com › News

    Illegal immigration down 67 percent under Donald Trump


    www.washingtontimes.com/news/2017/apr/4/illegal-immigration-down-67-percent-unde…

    more:


    Immigration arrests up 38 percent under Donald Trump ...


    www.washingtontimes.com/.../immigration-arrests-38-percent-under-trump


    Deportation orders jump 31 percent under President Trump ...


    www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/08/09/deportation-orders-jump-31...
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  22. The issues for the “movable middle”, are wages, healthcare, and job opportunity. You could peel away young voters by defining immigration as housing, jobs, and wage issues that have nothing to do with color. The “terrorism” card regarding immigration has been overplayed. Healthcare is really a racket in which certain favored interests get to take far more money in the U.S. than they do in other countries. An MRI, x-rays, and other test in Europe shouldn’t be a small fraction of the U.S. costs. Same with drugs. America needs health care regulation just as electricity and water are regulated. Imagine what your water bill would be if the water company could charge what they wished.

    Unfortunately most Republican voters are as ignorant as most Democrat voters so I doubt anything will change. All that said, Pat Buchanan is one hell of a historian. I don’t always agree with him regarding contemporary politics but his history background is excellent and I recommend his books.

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  23. hyperbola says:
    @Priss Factor
    Basically, white elites, affluents, and educrati(educated-indoctrinated class) want to lord over non-white 'immigrants' and serve Jewish uber-elites.
    White businesses find non-whites more docile, and white educrati find non-whites 'nobler' for PC reasons of 'diversity' and 'anti-racism'.

    Meanwhile, white masses demand that white elites serve White America.

    White rulers don't want to rule over whites. They want a new people.

    White masses want white elites to rule them. They hope, but it's not happening.

    This is why Alt Right is so important. It is about creating a New White Elite class who will listen to white masses and lead them. And this New White Elite will not collaborate with the Zionist-Globalists.

    But Alt-Right is already subverted by the Zionist-Globalists. Starting with Bannon and Breitbart – the latter being started as a support operation for zionist mideast crimes.

    Steve Bannon Loves Israel And The Jews — Really – The Forward

    http://forward.com/opinion/382126/steve-bannon-loves-israel-and-the-jews-really/

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  24. hyperbola says:
    @Priss Factor
    It's funny....

    In order for White Libs to push their Cosmo-Prog agenda, they must rely on blacks and non-white colonizers. But many of these non-whites are not into Cosmo-Prog agenda.
    They vote for Democrats only because they want Open Borders(so more of their kind can gain access to US) and Federal handouts. It's purely mercenary, not ideological.
    It's like the European proggy 'left' depends on Muslim and African voters who don't care about the cosmo-proggy agenda. Oftentimes, these non-whites are even less proggy than native 'rightists' and 'conservatives'. Yet, they vote for the Proggy party because it offers them open access to the West.

    What will be the result of all this? Virginia and France turns more proggy because the Prog elites win with the votes of non-whites. But these non-whites are not voting out of proggy reasons for the Prog party. They just want more Open Borders and handouts. Their reasons are tribal, material, or mercenary.
    But I guess the Progs don't much care. They figures Asians, being docile and subservient, can easily be turned onto Proggy values, and this seems true with East Asians and even Hindus to some extent. As for Mexicans, they will never amount to much and remain as docile labor force. So, prog elites will keep the power.

    Still, at some point, the system has to break. And we see inklings of this in California. All that Mexican nationalism goes against proggy ideals. And with declining white power, there will be more bitterness among progs and people of color.
    And in Minnesota, Somalians and Progs are not seeing eye to eye on lots of things despite their united front against Conservatives(who are mostly cucks anyway).

    France is not a good example. Macron (the bankers candidate, not the prog candidate) got in because for the first time in a century only a minority of the French (43%) voted. Macron only got the votes of about 25% of French voters – the rest held their noses and refused to vote for him.

    All Power to the Banks! The Winners-Take-All Regime of Emmanuel Macron

    https://www.counterpunch.org/2017/05/22/all-power-to-the-banks-the-winners-take-all-regime-of-emmanuel-macron/

    The Single Party French State … as the Majority of Voters Abstain

    https://www.counterpunch.org/2017/06/21/the-single-party-french-state-as-the-majority-of-voters-abstain/

    Perhaps you are right that immigrants vote for Democrats because the dems promise them economic help (and then mostly don’t deliver). The GOP might be wise to take note that a large majority of latino voters have very conservative social values (as good catholics or evangelicals). Appeal to the values they share with other conservatives.

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  25. Democrats rolled up their largest margins among African-Americans, Hispanics, single women, immigrants and the young. And these voting blocs are growing.

    Coalition of the Fringes, indeed.

    What will white America feel like when it realizes that it is being ruled by others.

    I have no hatred for blacks or Hispanics, but I don’t want them ruling me, either through violence or the ballot box. I don’t want to rule over them either, nor do they want me to rule them (though they do like my stuff).

    This experiment will fail . . . eventually. Multi-racial societies have never lasted. They hang on only so long as one group dominates another, but even that can only last so long. (We can all hold our arms up in the air and defy gravity for a while, but sooner or later, those arms come down.)

    Nation-states are the natural order.

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  26. Rurik says: • Website
    @SolontoCroesus
    Important & fascinating analysis, Rurik; thanks.

    the thing that really bothers me about some people, is when they manipulate your trust, and smile into your eyes, as they plot your destruction behind your back- for personal gain. And the more trust they’re given, and the more perks and power and wealth they’re given to protect the people who’re trusting them, the more heinous and incomprehensible is their crime.
     
    It is the nature of your enemy to disguise himself as your friend.


    You have to know who your enemy is, and have the courage to call your enemy by his/her name.

    These two videos go together --

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=obtgaZ97Kdc

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zfqB3WqB9fo

    You have to know who your enemy is, and have the courage to call your enemy by his/her name.

    knowing who they are is easy. It’s the other part which requires that ever so rare quality

    I watched the first one a while ago, and will now watch the second as I do some over due office work here.

    Thanks S2C

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    @jacques sheete

    Soon enough, when you’ve been wronging a person or a people for long enough, you begin to hate those people, because you realize how sinister the dynamic actually is, but rather than hate yourself, as any honorable person would, you end up hating your victims...
     
    Now that is a great insight.

    It also seems to explain the contempt directed at the dumb goyim.

    PS: Waco was a quantum leap in my education as well.

    Waco was a quantum leap in my education as well.

    did you know that the Clinton regime sprayed machine gun fire at the only exit to the church/compound after the FBI infused flammable gas canisters (that they subsequently lied about using) while ripping holes into the walls to allow oxygen to fuel the fires?

    According to the local coroner, there were bodies piled up at the only exit – riddled with bullet holes, as they (the Clinton cabal) knew the human instinct would be to escape the flames. He called the deaths homicides, as opposed to ‘suicides’ as the Clinton administration insisted they were.

    And then of course, just as with so many of the government’s unspeakable crimes (9/11, et al), they immediately destroyed all the forensic evidence of this crime, creating a kind of Carthage at the Waco compound, and then promoting all of the officials involved.

    One of the FBI snipers; Lon Tomohisa Horiuchi – who shot Vicki Weaver though the head as she was holding her newborn baby on Ruby Ridge, was also involved at Waco.

    And then they just lied about it all and the “woman” in the White House at the time, almost became our president.

    >>>shudder<<<

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    @Druid
    He's already reneged. Open your eyes! A pox on both their houses,in say. And third world immigration must stop!

    He’s already reneged. Open your eyes! A pox on both their houses,in say. And third world immigration must stop!

    “When will all the haters and fools out there realise that having a good relationship with Russia is a good thing, not a bad thing,” Mr Trump tweeted after discussing issues including Syria with Mr Putin on the margins of the Apec summit in Vietnam.

    Imagine where we’d be with the cackling gorgon war sow

    Refugee Admissions Drop 87 Percent Under Trump

    http://www.nationaleconomicseditorial.com › News

    Illegal immigration down 67 percent under Donald Trump

    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2017/apr/4/illegal-immigration-down-67-percent-unde…

    more:

    Immigration arrests up 38 percent under Donald Trump …

    http://www.washingtontimes.com/…/immigration-arrests-38-percent-under-trump

    Deportation orders jump 31 percent under President Trump …

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/08/09/deportation-orders-jump-31…;

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