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Just before Christmas, the Ghost of George Will Present (or whichever of his interns was writing his column that day) moaned that the real threat to American conservatism is Donald Trump: “Conservatives’ highest priority now must be to prevent Trump from winning the Republican nomination in this the GOP’s third epochal intra-party struggle in 104 years.” [Will Donald Trump End the GOP’s Role as America’ Conservative Party? National Review, December 23, 2015]. “Highest priority”? What does this say about “conservatives”—let alone Will?

Apparently Will was furious that Trump didn’t immediately denounce and condemn Vladimir Putin after he praised The Donald as “bright and talented.” It’s strange how Putin serves as a kind of trigger for the cuckservatives. The Kirkpatrick Corollary (“Republicans who fawn on Mexico want to fight Putin”) strikes again!—Will’s version of “conservatism” involves violent hostility to Orthodox Russia and a militant American stance in defense of the borders of Ukraine, but quite evidently not America’s own borders.

But what is the proud movement Trump allegedly threatens? Will continues:

Republican nominees since Ronald Reagan have been internationalist in outlook. They have been pro-free trade and pro-immigration, have supported American leadership in global institutions, and have argued for market solutions and traditional values. A Republican Party under Donald Trump would broadly reject this attitude. It would emphasize protection in all its forms—immigration restriction, trade duties, a fortress America approach to international relations, and activist government to address health care and veterans’ care. Paeans to freedom and opportunity and equality and small government would give way to admonishments to strive, to fight, to win, to profit.

Thus, Trump is a threat because he might end the Conservative Movement’s defense of globalism, foreign interventions and Open Borders. Will even manages to praise Reagan’s disastrous 1986 Amnesty—an admission I would call self-discrediting from the standpoint of any meaningful conservatism.

“I’d rather lose than win with Trump” has become the defining statement of the Beltway Right [S.E. Cupp Gets Real on Trump, GOP: We May Have to Lose This One to Ever Win Again, by Ken Meyer, Mediaite, December 11, 2015]. Bill Kristol, Christine Todd Whitman, Haley Barbour, Jeb Bush and many “Republican leaders” and “GOP Establishment donors” have reportedly stated they may not support the Republicans if Trump is the nominee, with Kristol going so far as to say a new party might be needed. As Ben Shapiro (no Trump supporter) accurately noted: “[As]s always, they care more about maintaining control of the party apparatus than about beating Hillary Clinton” [Bill Kristol: ‘We’ll have to start’ new party if Trump wins nomination, by Ben Shapiro, Breitbart, December 21, 2015]

More recently, Republican Delegate David Ramadan of Virginia, a Lebanese immigrant who spends his days worrying that his party doesn’t have enough nonwhites [David Ramadan’s American Dream, by Pooja Bhatia, Ozy, July 29, 2014] , tweeted “Our party, our rules… MORON!!” at Donald Trump after Trump condemned a “loyalty pledge” for voters who want to participate in the primary.

But quite obviously this will have the effect of discouraging independent voters and “Reagan Democrats” attracted to Trump—a strange strategy for a Republican Party which lost the state of Virginia to Obama in 2008 and 2012, blew a gubernatorial election in 2013, and lost Senate elections in 2006, 2008, 2012 and 2014.

Some naïve conservatives might respond that a Trump presidency would show insufficient attention to “limited government.”

But Speaker Paul Ryan just passed a $1.1 trillion omnibus spending bill which funds Obama’s Amnesty, Sanctuary Cities, refugee programs, and tax credits for illegals but does not provide money to complete the border fence [Paul Ryan Betrays America: $1.1 Trillion, 2000-plus page omnibus bill funds ‘fundamental transformation of America,’ by Stephen Bannon and Julia Hahn, Breitbart,December 16, 2015] As an incredulous Rush Limbaugh commented: “You know, just elect Democrats, disband the Republican Party, and let the Democrats run it, because that’s what’s happening anyway” [Tell Me How the Budget Deal Would be Worse If the Democrats Ran Congress,, December 18, 2015].

And this was after the massive government expansion under the unified Republican government of the early George W. Bush years, and more than a half century of failed attempts to limit federal authority.

So who, exactly, cares about “limited government”?

George Will’s real concern seems to be that a President Trump would actually serve the interests of the Republican base when it comes to trade and immigration and use the power of the federal government to protect those programs Republican voters actually support, like Medicare and health care for veterans.

Will also never answers why American conservatives are morally obligated to oppose Vladimir Putin but must support “allies” such as Saudi Arabia or Turkey. As the Daily Caller’s Scott Greer observes, our “ally” Saudi Arabia funds a whole network of terrorism supporting mosques in Europe, beheads and crucifies dissidents, bans Christianity, and provides plenty of material support for Islamic radicals. He continued:

Pretty much every ally of ours in the [Middle East] region has a human rights record not worth writing home about and is prone to belligerency that harms American interests.

For instance, Turkey—the country some Republicans like Lindsey Graham praised for shooting down a Russian planeforbids acknowledging the nation’s genocide of a million Armenians during World War I and has spent of most of its “involvement” in the fight against ISIS bombing ISIS-fighting Kurds.

[How is Putin’s Russia Worse Than Saudi Arabia? December 22, 2015]

Nonetheless, the Trump/Putin connection seems to have captured the meager imaginations of the Beltway Right. Even Rich Lowry looked up from playing with his Legos and watching cartoons to condemn Trump for supposedly disregarding the Constitution. Lowry kvetches:

You would be forgiven for thinking that in Trump’s world, constitutional niceties—indeed, any constraints whatsoever—are for losers. It’s only strength that matters. It shouldn’t be a surprise that he expresses admiration for Vladimir Putin, a “powerful leader” who is “highly respected within his own country and beyond.”

[The Right’s Post-Constitutional Moment, December 23, 2015]


But Lowry admits Obama has already violated the Constitution when it comes to immigration: “Trump’s implicit promise is to respond in kind, and his supporters think it is about time,” he writes. This, we are informed, is a “loss not only for conservatism, but for the American polity.”

However, Lowry, who hasn’t exactly covered himself in glory when it comes to confronting the Left, nowhere suggests what conservatives should actually do in response to Obama’s abuses of power. Evidently, we are simply supposed to complain, invoke the memory of William F. Cuckley, and wait for the Fox limousine.

The “constitutional” answer to Obama’s excesses, of course, was impeachment—or, at the very least, using the power of the purse to withhold funding for Obama’s programs. But in Joe Sobran’s immortal phrase, the Constitution poses no serious threat to our system of government. The Constitution is only invoked by American conservatives as an excuse for inaction, used as a reason why Republicans are not allowed to pursue political victory. The Left ignores it at its leisure. And the “constitutionalists” do nothing.

Today, “intellectual conservatism” is simply a series of creative rationalizations about why the Republican Party isn’t allowed to defend the interests of its mostly white voters. At the same time, Conservatism Inc. intellectuals are eager to tell us why we are morally required to provide cheap labor to the GOP’s donors and to champion endless wars for the benefit of other peoples.

The American Conservative Movement has become, in short, a scam. And the only people who defend it are those whose livelihoods depend on it (especially the consultants and foundation heads) and those stupid enough to accept the rhetoric at face value. One suspects Will and Lowry may belong to latter category.

After decades of false hope, the conservative base is tired of failure and of being played for fools. It’s become clear that political failure is now the explicit purpose of the American Conservative Movement—not an unfortunate shortcoming. It is specifically designed to ensure the interests of ordinary Republican voters are never defended.

Rather than appealing to hoary slogans and genuflecting to self-proclaimed leaders like George Will, Donald Trump is taking his case directly to the people.

It may not be “conservative” by the Beltway Right’s standards. It may threaten those who benefit from the status quo.

But it’s populist, patriotic, and exactly what is needed if the American nation is to survive.

James Kirkpatrick [Email him] is a Beltway veteran and a refugee from Conservatism Inc.

(Republished from VDare by permission of author or representative)
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  1. CanSpeccy says: • Website

    “Republican nominees since Ronald Reagan have …been pro-free trade and pro-immigration… A Republican Party under Donald Trump would broadly reject this attitude.”

    Not just Republicans, obviously. It was Clinton, in the winter of 1994, who convened Congress to ratify the GATT agreement, which allowed global corporations to export American jobs in both manufacturing and many service sectors to those jurisdictions with the lowest wages, the feeblest environmental protection, the weakest workplace health and safety regulation, and the lowest taxes. And it has been the Democrat Obama who has done most to open the floodgates to cheap immigrant labor, much of it employed in a roaring underground economy where the minimum wage does not apply and taxes are not paid.

    George F. Will is merely one of hundreds of presstitutes working for the bipartisan Treason lobby intent on destroying the prosperity of working Americans to boost corporate profits, for as David Ricardo long ago explained: low wages mean big profits.

    • Replies: @Epaminondas
    , @dahoit
  2. Can’t we pass the hat so George can afford to retire and move to some South Florida nursing home?

  3. Folks in the heartland need to go to the GOP on the terms of the leadership like Native Americans needed to go live on reservations.

    It may be historically inevitable, but it is also the end of their culture.

    Interesting times.

  4. annamaria says:

    “George Will’s real concern seems to be that a President Trump would actually serve the interests of the Republican base when it comes to trade and immigration and use the power of the federal government to protect those programs Republican voters actually support, like Medicare and health care for veterans.”
    Clear as daylight.

  5. The fact that george will cannot even take into consideration the concerns of Trump voters and would rather cede to Hillary shows exactly how treasonous the Gop is. Kill the gop. He cant even ask what their concerns are. We are headed ack to feudalism

  6. Seraphim says:

    Why do they want Ukraine so badly? Just because the Kagans want it (back?). Do they really fancy themselves as the Kagans of the Nulands (Newlands=Novorussia) Kaganate? Does the Willy (excuse my French) Georgie hopes for a ministerial position in the future Kaganate?

  7. Greg Bacon says: • Website

    All of the old media clowns, like Will and Krystal, sense that their very lucrative incomes might be in danger if Trump wins and this scares them.

    Where will they get the money to keep their private jets, fleet of limos, penthouse apartments and pay for those 30K bottles of wine?

    They’re dead to most of the world, but don’t realize their corpses are stinking up the place.

    Try a few more ‘Harrumphs’ Georgie boy, maybe that will do the trick.

  8. TheJester says:

    On way of characterizing the current leadership of the Republican and Democratic parties is that the former are a cabal of mBA-inspired internationalists (really nothing but glorified accountants) and the latter are a cabal of social reformers (SJWs) who believe that traditional culture, religion, gender, families, national borders, and political traditions stand in the way of their global vision for a homogeneous and secularized human race. They both come at internationalism from a different starting place, but, at the end of the day, they both end up in the same place … with totalitarian political and social systems.

    The point is that the emirs of Wall Street in supporting the profits of transnational corporations and the Trotsky-esque renegades from the world’s first failed experiment in forced globalization (the Soviet Union) have become natural allies. Both are the natural enemies of those who continue to believe in democracy, liberty, the rule of law, and such niceties as the Constitution. Trump is exposing the current leadership of the Republican and Democratic parties for what they are.

  9. Rehmat says:

    The western terms like “Conservatism, Cuckservatism, antisemitism, neo-Nazism, terrorism, etc.” are all to keep the westerners attention from the real agenda of the 1% Shylocks among them.

    When someone is called “conservative”, it means a Christian who may hate Muslims and immigrants, but blindly support Israel. George Will is no exception to that rule even though he, conveniently claims to be an atheist like Gen. Ariel Sharon. He has worked all his life for the Zionist-controlled mainstream media.

    No one gave a hoot about Donald Trump until he opened his fat mouth against Muslims and in support of White Supremacy. The man represents typical immoral US politician. In order to serve his political career he has now made Bill Clinton’s sex life a political issue.

    Someone got to remind Donald Trump of his own sexual behavior. His ex-wife Ivana Trump accused Donald of raping her. Donald’s daughter Ivanka Trump, 34, after long sexual relation with Jewish real estate Mughal, Jared Kushner, converted to Judaism to marry him in 2009. In 2013, she donated $40,000 to Sen. Cory Booker’s (D-NJ) campaign. The anti-Iran Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, in an Op-Ed at Huffington Post (August 2015) called Booker as one of his “soul-friend” and called him by his first name throughout. The rabbi also urged Booker to drop his support for Barack Obama over US-Iran nuclear deal….

    • Replies: @Rurik
    , @AndrewR
  10. KenH says:

    Cuckservatism, inc. as exemplified by bespectacled dork George Will has become almost as corrupt and hostile towards the Republican base as the DNC and the media. Trump’s success has unmasked many a establishment conservative (cuckservative) as the phony opposition and total frauds.

    Georgie hates whoever Israel hates since most cucks are slavishly devoted to Israel and the Jewish people. Therefore, he hates Russia because Israel does and the dastardly Russians might get in the way of Eretz Israel and the American imperium. Further, many Jews loathe non-liberal white people. “Conservative” jew and current FOX pundit Charles Krauthammer derided Pat Buchanan supporters as “white trash” during the 1996 primaries. The profile of the average Trump supporter is very similar to the Buchanan brigades of the late 1990’s which partly explains Chuck’s hostility to Trump.

    The problem with the GOP isn’t that they have too few Latinos but that they have too many like George Will and his kind.

    • Agree: Mark Green
    • Replies: @Anonymous
  11. alexander says:

    Donald Trump is a tough smart guy, and the only candidate, Republican or Democrat who says our wars are stupid.

    Because they are stupid.

    They have cost the lives of thousands of our troops, millions of innocent people, drained our treasury of trillions of dollars and have made a complete mess of every place we have started them.

    ” The Donald” doesn’t say so because he is a “peacenik”.

    He says so because he is a businessman.

    He sees the wars we have been instigating and prosecuting as the worst business deals for our country…because they are.

    They have drained our country to near insolvency fighting them, and have made things ten times worse, everywhere we have meddled and are meddling today.

    When” The Donald” says “what have we won, folks ?”..he means it.

    Because all we have won is a boat load of debt, and the enmity of tens of millions of people who never cared to attack us in the first place.

    Winning for Mr Trump is about the bottom line…..he wants to see an upside in everything we do and every decision we make.

    He wants to turn a profit for the country.

    People believe that…and that’s why he is winning…and why he will win.

    let me say it one more time….and be crystal clear….

    Donald trump will win..

    because he wants to turn a profit for the country.

    And with our debt at nineteen ” trillion”………that is exactly what we need.

    • Replies: @NoseytheDuke
  12. Leftist conservative [AKA "radical_centrist"] says: • Website

    Whenever I hear some politician,pundit or internet poster venerating the word “conservative,” I get ill, I feel sick….it was conservatives who appointed the majority of the judges to the current supreme court, and it is these same conservatives who make white males second class citizens via affirmative action and who facilitate mass immigration.

    Oh, yeah, that’s right, I forgot–those politicians were not real conservative, not true conservatives. And the internet forum posters and the pundits keep telling me to just keep voting conservative and very soon, oh so soon we will get a real conservative, a true conservative. Why not just face the reality of it–> conservatism is against the white majority, against the working class majority. That is the reality of it. Decades of evidence cannot be wiped out. Conservatism is our enemy, just as faux-Leftism is our enemy. Both of these fraudulent propaganda regimes are the tools of Big Money.

    We need to ditch conservatism and its elite-favorable tenets and focus on the issues that are important to working class americans: stopping mass immigration, fighting against the Big Money interests that control america, stopping political correctness, ending affirmative action and anti-white multiculturalism, bringing down the cost of housing and medical care, improving social security and medicare.

    Kirkpatrick is the best commentator on the Alt-Right, and second place aint even close.

    • Agree: Seamus Padraig
  13. I admit, I had no idea how important open borders was to the Republican Party until the past year. They’ve been playing both sides for so long it was easy to be blinded to the fact that they were lying the whole time about “securing our borders first.” Immigration is the issue that the GOP has decided it’s worth dying for.

    They’ve finally figured out how to follow the Whigs into history.

    • Agree: Travis
  14. Art says:

    Virtually all of the MSM is opposed to Trump – CNN, Fox-n-Krauthammer, et all.

    It will be interesting to see how Bill O’Reilly comes down. Trump is a personal friend. Will O’Reilly have the gonads to buck Fox-n-Krauthammer and the Jew neocon establishment? My guess is NO

  15. DES says:

    Will says: ” A Republican Party under Donald Trump would…emphasize…a fortress America approach to international relations.”

    If memory serves, it was Carly Fiorina who said in one of the debates that she would not even talk to Putin. So why isn’t he calling her out as the isolationist in the GOP field?

  16. Brilliant article! Remember that the Republican establishment harassed Trump for saying he may not support the eventual nominee. Now they threaten to do so! They may start up a third party, pretending its the real Republican party, to try and split the vote so Clinton wins. Or they will quietly back Clinton, who supports their interests anyway.

    But Clinton must avoid any national debate. Few Republicans will vote for her but lots of Democrats will back Trump once the issues become clear. Most Dems are tired of warmongering Hillary. Now if Sanders manages to win, he could beat Trump, even as the Democratic establishment backs Trump as the lesser evil.

    And of course there is the fail safe option – Trump’s airplane crashes. We could blame terrorists from Yemen and invade that country to rescue the Saudi’s inept colonial adventure. A neo-con double win!

    • Replies: @MarkinLA
  17. Rurik says:

    That is one hell of a great article!

    the memory of William F. Cuckley, …

    …But in Joe Sobran’s immortal phrase, the Constitution poses no serious threat to our system of government.

    The rift between Cuckley and Sobran was the beginning of the rot of so-called American ‘conservatism’, which putatively attempted to conserve the freedoms and values of a proud and individualistic American spirit from the ravages of the myriad Trotskyists and their assorted swarming throngs. I’m sure all here have by now read the famous words of Cicero on the type of man Cuckley and Will all too perfectly personified and personify.

    “A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and carries his banner openly. But the traitor moves amongst those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the alleys, heard in the very halls of government itself. For the traitor appears not a traitor; he speaks in accents familiar to his victims, and he wears their face and their arguments, he appeals to the baseness that lies deep in the hearts of all men. He rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of the city, he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist. A murderer is less to fear. The traitor is the plague.” –Marcus Tullius Cicero, 106 BC – 43 BC

    because it is for little more than shekels that these men like George Will shill their carefully written acid on our eyes, hoping that blinded by deceitful platitudes, that we do not see the assassin in the dark.

    They know they’re trying to put on our face in order to poison our well, and sell our progeny into slavery. But they are paid for their services, and their type will always be willing to do that kind of thing for the right price.

    At least men like Krauthammer or Kristol are serving their people as they see it, but George Will is trying to use the face of a conservative white man in order to gain their trust, so he can betray them, and snivel back to the Pharisees to claim his thirty pieces of silver.

    I remember reading about how the US cavalry during the “Indian’ wars would often use Apache scouts to find and slaughter their fellow Apaches, being as the Apaches were very wily and hard to track. Perhaps the scout was disgruntled at the chief for some slight. Or perhaps he had been humiliated or chastised somehow by the tribe, and so they turned to the white man for their redress, and offered up the entire tribe as reprisal for being so unappreciated. Or, maybe they did it just for some money. That’s kind of how I see George Will and his ilk.

    It takes a certain type of man to be willing to betray his own, and do so on the cheap. I don’t know how much money or perks they offer people like Will or Cuckley [rot in hell]. But I doubt they do it purely for wealth. I suspect that they act as the ‘intellectual’ dogs of the oligarchs just for the vanity assuaging pleasure it gives them to be on TV and get their tripe printed. For that they’ll go down in history as our white Apache scouts, coming into our camps with their white faces on, and tell us all of the dire threat of a man named Trump!, and how we need to put our fates in the hands of men like Jeb, or Marco, or Cruz, or some other fellow traveler of Wills who are all too willing so sell us out to our deadliest enemies. A remarkable type of man, really.

    • Agree: geokat62
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    , @MarkinLA
  18. Most of the commented have already said it. The current GOP is treasonous, with the exception of Trump and (perhaps) Cruz. As for David Ramadan, who the hell is he to be wagging his finger at Trump? Ramadan’s “business” involves expanding the Curves lardbutt woman healthclub to the Middle East. That should be a big hit. This guy’s a true visionary.

  19. Rurik says:

    No one gave a hoot about Donald Trump until he opened his fat mouth against Muslims and in support of White Supremacy.

    First off Rehmat, that’s not true. Trumps campaign was launched into high poll numbers by us “white supremacists” when he suggested that our nation is entitled to have borders and the rule of law like any other. And suggesting that we can keep out Muslims too- who have no historical ties to America and are often unwilling to assimilate into Western countries with Western values, was just frosting on the cake.

    For the record, what the US has done to some Muslim countries in the Middle East is a near unforgivable and heinous atrocity of historic proportions. All of the people responsible should be brought before the Hague and tried and imprisoned or executed as war criminals, no less than the Nazis. Even more so. And I also feel that reparations are in order, and humanitarian aid and a much overdue repudiation of Israel’s terrible crimes as well. And an end to the wars – and that is one of the big reasons a lot of us are enamored of Trump, because when it comes to these insane and evil wars for Israel, Trump (and to a degree Paul) sound like the only sane voices on the US political stage.

    But now, having said that, whenever I hear a Muslim (or anyone else) implying that any European or Western (white) country that wants to maintain its identity as Western and white, is acting like a “white supremacist” (Nazi), well then all my sympathy disappears like a man who sees a wounded dog, and goes to help it, only to discover that the thing is rabid, and frothing and vicious, and the best thing I can do would be to put the pathetic thing out of its misery. And pronto.

    • Replies: @Rehmat
    , @KenH
  20. George Will has absolutely no sense of history at all, yet he bastardizes the discipline by writing in an explicitly historicist fashion. He likes to string a bunch of cherry-picked anecdotes together in order to create the impression that “this has all happened before,” and that history has already validated his position as the one that will inevitably be proved correct after the dust of the day settles—and yet the deep logic of time and destiny escape him. It is a typical bright schoolboy tactic: By merely referring to long-buried incidents that most people don’t even know about let alone understand, he attempts to fool his audience into believing he has really grokked the subject, that he’s spent many hours poring over dusty tomes and arriving at rare insights, and can speak with all clarity as to what the future holds.

    In reality it is but the adolescent psychology of an 8th-grader who’s learned how to titillate and impress his teachers with superficial displays of intellectualism. There is no meaningfulness in any of George Will’s anecdotes. Constructions like “the GOP’s third epochal intra-party struggle in 104 years” are not substantive historical designations like “the Peace of Vienna” or “the Age of Rembrandt” (which, to the historically literate reader, immediately suggest a fully connotated form-world with a recognizable style and spirit), but empty word-fluffery designed to bolster the goal-seeked end. Will’s columns over the years have been nothing but an endless cavalcade of such contrivances, which itself testifies to the fact that it is only under the relentless pressure of dissimulation that his “party” can maintain even the pretense of a coherent philosophy.

    Trump is exactly the opposite. He is a man of few and often inelegant words, but he feels the import of the moment. He sees precisely what is going on and he knows what to do about it. For this reason, I don’t doubt that cucks like George Will really do perceive him as a threat; he is about to blow their entire fantasy world to smithereens. But the delusion that they’re laboring under—cucks like George Will, Rich Lowry, Mike Rosen—that they represent the heart and soul of something called conservatism, is well worthy to be dispelled. They are a minuscule fraction of the population whose beliefs resonate with absolutely nobody. And beyond that, they are the propaganda arm of that synthesis of big government liberalism and crony capitalism which has come to dominate the modern era and which is Trump’s true target.

    I cannot say this enough times: We are Rome; Trump is Julius Caesar; the money-powers are Brutus and Cassius and the cucks are their apologists. This is no mere metaphor, but a literal description of the age we live in.

    • Replies: @Bill
    , @joe webb
  21. Ivy says:

    George Will needs to go back to sleep until Opening Day, when he can dust off stale observations about baseball. His political commentary days are waning, just not fast enough.

  22. unit472 says:

    If you took every RINO in Washington and laid them end to end they probably couldn’t span the length of the Woodrow Wilson Bridge. They certainly can’t deliver any electoral votes and that is what counts in the real world. They are legends in their own minds simply because they get invited to dinner parties in Georgetown.

  23. GW says:

    I know Kirkpatrick likes to bring out the contrasts between Trump and mainstream conservatives, but Trump actually holds quite a few conventional conservative positions; he’s for low and simple taxes, supports Israel’s sovereignty, wants to improve care for vets, is against gun control, is pro-life, and wants to cut or eliminate wasteful federal programs and departments.

    To me this makes the cuckservative rejection of Trump all the more damning on them–apparently these conventional conservative issues have always been a smokescreen to what the establishment really wants…open borders and globalism.

    • Replies: @dahoit
  24. War for Blair Mountain [AKA "Groovy Battle for Blair Mountain"] says:

    I, Groovy Battle for Blair Mountain, am a Native Born White American Race Patriot and I stand with the Conservative Orthodox Christian Russian People against the two homo-pedophile Parties…The Democratic Party and The Lisping homosexual Lindsay Graham Republican Party.

    Gay Pride Month is celebrated aboard the USS Ronnie Reagan mega-air craft carrier with great enthusiasm-and a giant pink Gay Pride cake..with GAY PRIDE!!!! emblazoned on top in frosting…go google the news story.

    • Replies: @dahoit
  25. War for Blair Mountain [AKA "Groovy Battle for Blair Mountain"] says:

    At the most fundamental level…Native Born White American Working Class rage and hatred should be laser-beam-focused on the White Liberal Greedy Cheating White Male Mega-CEOs.

    Have you noticed all the Gay-Male married couples as the norm for American Families in TV commercials?…All over the place on TV. They are attempting homo-norm all of US Society-except Muslim Males. Why is this?

  26. Art says:

    “The rift between Cuckley and Sobran was the beginning of the rot of so-called American ‘conservatism’”

    Hear Hear!

    Joe Sobran was a good man – a great writer – always interesting = a Christian American – may he rest in peace.

    • Replies: @Rurik
  27. Unfortunately, Will and other like him believe our Republican party even slightly resembles what existed during the Reagan administrations. Trump is the only one in the group of boring talking heads who can shock the party back from left of center and beat Hillary, if she’s not in jail by election time.

  28. “It would emphasize protection in all its forms—immigration restriction, trade duties, a fortress America approach to international relations, and activist government to address health care and veterans’ care. Paeans to freedom and opportunity and equality and small government would give way to admonishments to strive, to fight, to win, to profit.”

    Yes of course, anyone who is critical of ultra liberalism is therefore an extreme protectionist in all its forms. The poltical debate that Trump has opened up isn’t about a phoney binary choice between “extreme protectionism” and liberalism, it’s about being able to have an open political debate about the pros and cons of liberalism and finding a pragmatic policy mix that benefits the majority of the population.

  29. Mr. Anon says:

    The ridiculous poppinjay George Will could be the icon of cuckservatism. He is a stuffed pink shirt tied up in a little bow – a preening little nothing of a man.

  30. Rurik says:

    Joe Sobran was a good man – a great writer – always interesting = a Christian American – may he rest in peace.

    Yes he was Art, and he was an honest soul, and that’s why Cuckley cut him loose, because Sobran would not sell out like Cuckley or George Will, and use his voice as a conservative to betray those principles for a contemptuously tossed shekel from the PTB. Joe Sobran was principled, and like Ron Paul, there’s no room for principled men in today’s American neocon power structure, where the worst enemies of conservative values and the American people are “conservatives” like Will, and Lindsey Graham, and John McCain, and Dick Cheney, and all the other self-serving maggots in the GOP and “conservative” think tanks.

    When the Fiend is looking for someone to betray America and the American people, they have to find someone uniquely positioned to do so. Much like Paul Ryan today, or John Roberts yesterday. Cuckley was the putative voice of American conservatism, so he was perfectly positioned to be that critical agent of the Trotskyites, and toss the principled man who would not betray us all under the bus, while Cuckley got his ugly mug on the TV and got invited to those parties these vain, revolting men always sell us all out for. Cuckley, Roberts, Ryan and Will are all names that will live in infamy as men who will betray God Himself for a few shekels and a pat on the head by the money men.

    • Replies: @Art
  31. MarkinLA says:
    @Carlton Meyer

    Now if Sanders manages to win, he could beat Trump,

    I don’t think so. Bernie is too much a socialist for most people. The average lunch bucket Democrat does recognize that people who own businesses and take risks should make more money than the workers. They just want a fair deal where they go to work and make enough to support a family. There is too much redistribution baggage for Bernie to overcome.

    • Replies: @NoseytheDuke
  32. MarkinLA says:

    Did you post this at NRO? It should be an article there..

  33. Leftist conservative [AKA "radical_centrist"] says: • Website

    referring to the media & establishment outrage when trump spoke of illegal alien rapists, the important thing is that trump broke a major politically correct, media-enforced taboo when he said that a protected group (nonwhites) might not be saints, might not be holy– I refer here to trump’s statement about illegal alien rapists coming over the border.

    You see, in order maintain growth and profits via mass immigration and integration of nonwhites into workplaces and neighborhoods, corp/gov/media needs to maintain the social status of nonwhites high and to denigrate and lower the social status of whites and in particular white males. Low social status of nonwhite and immigrants would be a barrier to maintaining mass immigration and to integrating these immigrants into workplaces and neighborhoods. If you cannot integrate these immigrants and nonwhites in general into workplaces and neighborhoods, then their economic value to corpgovmedia is greatly decreased. Remember that america is run as a human livestock operation, and in order to optimize profits, the livestock must be able to work and consume as much as possible. Thus, corpgovmedia has used its power to make it taboo to speak ill of nonwhites and immigrants as a group.

    Thus, in effect, nonwhites and immigrants are Sacred Objects in american mainstream culture. One Must Not Speak Evil of Nonwhites as a group. That is the law. If thou breakest the law, the media shall punish thee and demonize thee, and thou shall wearest upon thy brow the Letter R, which standeth for Racist.

    Thou Shalt Not Suffer A Racist To Exist! Apologies must be extracted.

    This is the law.

    By making nonwhites and immigrants into Sacred Objects, that impeded the ability of
    white working class americans to speak out against mass immigration and its ill effects.

    This is a societal taboo created and enforced by the elite institutions that control
    america. This taboo impedes speech and will damage anyone who dares speak out against it.

    Thus, corp/gov/media profits are ensured and the debt-based ponzi scheme that is our
    economic system can continue. That growth due to immigration keeps the whole scheme afloat.

    But trump doubled down and would not back down to the media bully boys and their corporate funders. Trump can defy these taboos because he is so rich he doesn’t need their money. Also, trump’s personal psychology is such that he seeks approval of the white working class majority and not the elite.

    All other high level politicians seek the approval of elite thought-leaders and the rich.

    Trump prefers the adulation and attention of the masses. He craves it.

    This is a unique set of circumstances! A unique opportunity for the majority working class to stop the mass-immigration-fueled race to the bottom.

    Trump is a weapon in our hands. Use him by giving him the adulation he craves.

    The media is the enforcer of these taboos. Trump defied them! He said something about a group of nonwhites, and it was not PC-speak, and it hinted that The Nonwhites Are Not All Saints! Blasphemy! The media brought the torches and pitchforks, but trump defied them.

    Who cares about niggling details of how much immigrant crime there really is.

    Defying the taboos and standing up to corpgovmedia’s bully boys is the main thing here.

    You don’t just STOP mass immigration. You must alter the mindset and free white ameican minds from the yoke of white race guilt propaganda. The mind must first be freed, and the body will follow

    • Replies: @Eustace Tilley (not)
  34. Rehmat says:

    If you had read European murderous colonial and World Wars record from some objective source – you would have cursed your own kind than Muslims, who didn’t killed over 100 million African slaves, or 80 million Whites and non-Whites during WWI and WWII.

    Don’t forget, it were 235,000 African Muslim soldiers who helped French resistance to defeat Nazi army in France.

    All western colonial powers brought home Muslims from their Asian and African colonies to run their industrial empire and do farming. Now, that the most of foreign loot has dried-up and most of European nations are tasting the fruits of their former victims – they want their countries to become “White Christians Only”.

    “By the end of the 18th century, relationships with the Muslim world were so common as to have become banal. People walked about Paris not even blinking when they saw someone wearing a turban, because they were so used to it,” says Ian Calder, a history professor and author of 2009 book, ‘Arab France: Islam and the Making of Modern Europe‘.

    • Replies: @anonymous
  35. War for Blair Mountain [AKA "Groovy Battle for Blair Mountain"] says:
    @Bob Forsberg

    You are delusional. George Will 2015-16 is consistent with Ronnie Reagan Republicanism 1980-88:Endless wars against some boogey man who posed 0 threat to the Native Born White American Working Class and post-1965 race-replacement immigration policy.

    The Cold War against Russia was, and still is, inseparable from the race-replacement of the Historic Native Born White American Majority. In 2016, Vietnam is homo-normed, and Native Born White Americans are one minute before Midnight race-replaced across the US.

    The War Criminal JFK was the inspiration for the passage of the 1965 Immigration Reform Act. The Reagan Administration was marching in step and in tune with the JFK Administration.

    The War against the Commies was also a race war against The Historic Native Born White American Working Class. The foolishness of Native Born White American Working Class was monumental.

    There will be no post-white “US”…Post-white “US” led by a Hairy bulldyke POTUS will be burnt to the ground to ashes in a thermonuclear exchange with Conservative Orthodox Christian Russia….There is a direct road from this hell-on Earth back to the Ronnie Reagan Cornball Amuurica!!! years.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    , @MarkinLA
  36. @CanSpeccy


    That’s great. Did you make that up?

    • Replies: @CanSpeccy
  37. George F. Will is in NO way conservative. Here’s his background from the Wikipedia article on him:

    Will was born in Champaign, Illinois, the son of Frederick L. Will and Louise Hendrickson Will. His father was a professor of philosophy, specializing in epistemology, at the University of Illinois.

    Will graduated from University Laboratory High School of Urbana, Illinois, and Trinity College, in Hartford, Connecticut (BA, Religion, 1962). He subsequently studied Philosophy, Politics, and Economics at Magdalen College, Oxford, (BA, MA), and received MA and PhD degrees in politics from Princeton University. His 1968 PhD dissertation was entitled Beyond the Reach of Majorities: Closed Questions in the Open Society.

    From 1970 to 1972, he served on the staff of Senator Gordon Allott (R-CO). Will then taught political philosophy at the James Madison College of Michigan State University, and at the University of Toronto. He taught at Harvard University in 1995 and again in 1998.

  38. @Leftist conservative

    “Who cares about niggling details of how much immigrant crime there really is.”

    If crossing our border without proper documentation from our government is a crime, then millions of aliens are criminals: there are millions of criminal aliens in the U.S. If they are willing to break one law to attain their “dream”, why should they stop there? Would they drive a car without a licence, for example?

    The answer seems to be, !Claro que si!

  39. CanSpeccy says: • Website

    No. Paul Craig Roberts, Deputy Secretary to the Treasury under Reagan, has used the term for a while, though whether it is original with him I don’t know. The Urban Dictionary attributes the coinage to Gerald Celente.

  40. Art says:

    Cuckley was not a wealthy man – don’t know if its true – but for what it is worth, I read were the Jews hooked him up some South America deal where he cleaned up. It’s always the way.

    My guess is that Paul Ryan is all ready living way above his pay grade.

    • Replies: @MarkinLA
  41. anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    Look at a photo of street life in Paris in, say, 1960 – compare with a typical photo of a Parisian crowd today.

    What has been happening over the last few decades is not just more of the same. Twas NOT always so, no matter how hard you attempt to twist reality.

    If you feel France has no right to exist as a nation due to colonialism in the past or WW1 and 2, then simply say so and I will dismiss your opinion, but don’t try to create some silly false reality.

    PS, those 200,000 odd colonial troops were not exactly the deciding factor in the war. From what I gather those particular units were know primarily as notorious rape mobs that would make even the Russians blush.

    • Replies: @Rurik
  42. @War for Blair Mountain

    …Native Born White Americans are one minute before Midnight race-replaced across the US.

    There are about 200,000,000 white Americans, not including “white Hispanics”. More than ever. That’s closer to noon than to midnight.

    The War Criminal JFK…

    He served under FDR and HST, world champion baby killers. Why would war crimes bother him at all?

    Also, JFK was the result of race replacement. There were hardly any Micks in Massachusetts 200 years ago.

    a thermonuclear exchange with Conservative Orthodox Christian Russia…

    First you love the USSR, then “Conservative” Orthodox Russia. Make up your mind.

    I seem to recall Reagan avoided thermonuclear exchanges, and combat in general, during his administration, despite what his opponents predicted. You probably hold that against him too. But you’re probably right about that other native Illinoisan.

  43. @alexander

    Brilliantly stated. It’s getting harder to fool all of the people.

  44. @MarkinLA

    Government provided good healthcare for all including dental as well as quality education are good investments for the government and the nation. It makes good fiscal and practical sense and it’s moral.

    I do agree that migration should centred around skills more and not numbers.

    Socialism is just a label. Living in a healthy, happy and just society is simply smarter and good.

    • Replies: @RobinG
    , @epochehusserl
  45. What’s going on now with Trump reminds me of the presidential election of 1964. During this election the same type of “establishment Republicans” headed for the doors once Goldwater was nominated by the unwashed Republican Party masses.

    These establishment types then switched sides lent their wholehearted support to LBJ. I can remember big financial supporters of the Republican Party like David Packard (of Hewlett-Packard) voicing absolute horror at the idea that Goldwater would be the candidate and then diverting their financial support to LBJ.

    And of course they will do the same thing again. They don’t want change, they want continuity so they can continue to get their 15% capital gains rates on income the rest of us have to pay normal tax rates on. They voice underhanded support for open borders while at the same time demanding (and getting) the right to great police protection in their quasi gated communities like Pacific Heights in San Francisco or the Upper East Side of Manhattan. And of course no child of theirs has ever even been in a urban public school (excepting those with very difficult entrance requirements like Lowell High School in San Francisco or equivalent high schools in urban centers like Manhattan and Brooklyn.)

    Then there are the perks. They don’t want to exhibit any sort of rebellion because they want to continue to be chosen to attend all those “fun” symphony and museum fundraisers where they get to mingle with the witty artists and trendsetters. At the same time the wives and girlfriends get to wear the the very expensive, one off, haute couture dresses their rich husbands had to divvy up for. These people instinctively know that even muted criticisms of such things as Israel or Gay-ism are simply forbidden if they want to continue to receive their invitations. Pavlov used food to train his dogs. These people are rewarded and kept in line by their addiction, especially of the wives, to these invitations. They already know full well that any sort of support for Trump will make them pariahs to those who call the shots and it sure isn’t their fellow hetro WASPs.

    I wonder if the Koch brothers will support Trump considering that this support will seriously undermine their hoped for acceptance with the the “museum clique” at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City where the Kochs are major, but barely tolerated, financial supporters.

    Let me see: support for Trump or continuing invitations to all those fabulous parties? What a conundrum for the Kochs. They must be squirming already. Somehow I know who their wives would choose.

    • Replies: @Art
    , @Rurik
  46. RobinG says:

    “…. migration should centred around skills more and not numbers.”

    Immigration to the US is based on skills, and education. Ever notice how many foreign medical professionals there are here? (That seems to be why some want a guest worker program: itinerant farm workers could never hope to get in.) A short course in immigration law might be helpful.

  47. Svigor says:

    Virtually all of the MSM is opposed to Trump – CNN, Fox-n-Krauthammer, et all.

    It will be interesting to see how Bill O’Reilly comes down. Trump is a personal friend. Will O’Reilly have the gonads to buck Fox-n-Krauthammer and the Jew neocon establishment? My guess is NO

    So far I’ve yet to hear Hannity give Trump a hard time. In fact, he’s made a point of treating all the GOP candidates fairly and just engaging with them like a journalist. On his radio show at least – I don’t watch TV.

    So that’s something, anyway.


    January 1, 2016 at 5:51 pm GMT • 300 Words

    Don’t bother. Rehmat lives in that strange, delusional land where Muslims are nice, civilized folks by western standards, and western people are barbarians by western standards. In other words, his elevator probably doesn’t stop at all the floors.

    What else can one say about someone who thinks the culture that produced ISIS and al-Qaeda is doing okay?

    Yes of course, anyone who is critical of ultra liberalism is therefore an extreme protectionist in all its forms.

    “Protectionism” is an odd choice for a dirty word, IMO. Pretty Orwellian when you think about it. Every time I consider the problem of how to compete with slave-economies, the only answer I can come up with is “protectionism.” How else is an economy with civilized rules (labor laws) supposed to protect itself from an economy with slaver’s rules (no labor laws)?

    Socialism is just a label. Living in a healthy, happy and just society is simply smarter and good.

    Yes, socialism is a label; the label societies committing economic suicide give themselves. The one exception being countries that haven’t been socialist long enough to import massive numbers of alien peoples.

  48. Art says:

    What’s going on now with Trump reminds me of the presidential election of 1964. During this election the same type of “establishment Republicans” headed for the doors once Goldwater was nominated by the unwashed Republican Party masses.

    Like your comment. You are 100% correct – the same thing is happening to Trump – the Republican elite would rather lose then see Trump win. However in 1964 the voter’s mindset was different from today. Because of the JFK murder, the Democrat was going to win anyway.

    This time the voters are unhappy with the whole elite situation – hopefully there will be a different outcome?

    Trump is going to be such a contrast to Hillary – that every rational voter will have a clear choice between continuing with the current situation and the country changing gears.

    I think that those of us who favor Trump need to make it OK to be for him. We have to verbally express our hopes for a better can do peaceable America.

    We can have change – just vote – Prevail!

  49. @NoseytheDuke

    Good education is an investment is really a hopeful statement. The people in charge of major educational institutions are more likely to be involved in activism these days.

  50. Rurik says:

    Look at a photo of street life in Paris in, say, 1960 – compare with a typical photo of a Parisian crowd today.

    or go back to 1942 when Paris was under Nazi occupation

    and compare that to Rehmat’s Paris of today

  51. Rurik says:

    They already know full well that any sort of support for Trump will make them pariahs to those who call the shots

    I think you’ve done a great job of fleshing out the very nature of white liberalism and the SJW, political correctness phenomena

    they want acceptance, above all

    if we are ever able to audit the Fed, (which would end it), then we’d watch all of this madness die in a fortnight, and with it all the anti-Western suicidal culture and spiritual sewage destroying our way of life and numbing the children into zombies and engorging the big banks with our life-blood.

    As long as they control our money supply, they control the politicians and everything else from the institutions of our culture like Hollywood and Madison Ave, to the universities down to your local police dept. Money buys everything in America. And they, (not you) own the Fed.

  52. MarkinLA says:

    Cuckley was also a CIA asset, I believe. National review was a mouthpiece for CIA cold war propaganda.

  53. MarkinLA says:
    @War for Blair Mountain

    Don’t be too hard on the guy.

    He has lived through the decades long brainwashing that the Republicans have provided about St. Ronnie the Lionhearted. Reagan “won” the Cold War. Reagan “created” 500 billion trillion jobs. Reagan ended world hunger. From Grover Norquist’s “Reagan Legacy Project” to the endless propaganda of people like Pat Buchanan, almost nobody really knows what Reagan did. They just know that if it was good, Reagan stood for it!! Of course Reagan rolled over so many times for the Democrats that they too don’t want his phony persona to die. Look at them using him to push for amnesty just like Will here is doing.

    What really tickles me about this attempt to get Trump is how people like Will have had to resort to saying “Trump is no Reagan” when all the people supporting Trump like his policies. Now people like Will have to come out and say “Reagan wouldn’t have tried to keep your job in the US”, “Reagan loved illegal aliens”. It is just so funny.

    As someone on the cuckservative suckers list (haven’t given a dime in over 10 years but they keep selling my name and address), I get these ridiculous mailers all the time about Reagan and “what he stood for” or how we need to keep his “legacy” alive. I even once got some stupid picture of the Gipper in a cowboy hat so I could look at it when I needed some inspiration (please send us 250 dollars since we just gave you a gift). This episode may put an end to the whole cottage industry scam of selling Reagan nostalgia.

  54. KenH says:

    My sentiments exactly. I don’t know where some of these Muslims and others get off telling majority white nations they are white supremacist for desiring immigration policy that benefits them.

    • Replies: @AndrewR
  55. AndrewR says:

    Im pretty sure that “cuckservative” is not a “western” word.

  56. AndrewR says:

    Why wouldn’t they? What’s their incentive not to?

  57. bondo says:

    constipated george isnt a conservative
    he is a paid whore,
    a puny studio punk
    that’s all

    of all the candidates trump is the only one who seems to actually be for america and americans.
    if i vote, i vote trump

  58. Jason Liu says:

    There is a time and place for “Daddy Politics”. That is, safe, calm and principled conservatism. This is not one of those times. Conservatism should always be accompanied by nationalism, something that Western countries sorely lack.

  59. dahoit says:

    Yes,working for the ziomonsters.

  60. dahoit says:

    He supports Israels sovereignty?The whole of what they have stolen,or just the original theft?
    His stance on Iran sucks,btw,but yes he is the only nationalist running.

  61. dahoit says:
    @War for Blair Mountain

    Anything that declaws the American military,from gays to women combat is to be welcomed.We have no natural enemies here surrounded by thousands of miles of ocean.They are unnecessary.All we need are border control.

  62. Freddy says:

    George Will and others are speaking to at least 40,000,000 republicans, not vaunting independents or democrats. It is one thing to criticize a candidate even though many statements are lies but it is it quite another to call or insinuate that all of the Trump supporters are uneducated, stupid and not grounded in reality.

    Are these people the “establishment” media and big business afraid of losing billions of dollars if trump were elected? Are they afraid Trump will investigate any politician including Obama to determine if they should face prosecution for their crimes?

    Are they concerned that the 28 pages that were redacted from the 9/11 attack will be shown to the American public? Maybe they are also concerned the questionable death of Bid Laden will be in investigated and try to find the DNA and evidence he was actually killed. From what I have read many including Pakistani officials and doctors say he died in the later part of 2001 of kidney failure. If true why did Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld, the media convince the majority of American that Saddam opposed clear and president danger to America and we must go to war?

    After the attack there were several videos of Buin Laden vehemently denying any involvement but condoning the event. Suddenly just prior to the war another video surfaced where he took full credit. Many people thought that the person in the last video was not the same person that was shown in the previous videos. The Bush family had a long standing relationship with the Bin Laden family.

    Why did the Benghazi committee not disclose the evidence provided by the three contractors who were involved with the Benghazi attack? They were in the nearby CIA headquarters when they heard the first shots and were ready to go but twice were told to stand down by the head of the CIA office. The second time he was on the telephone with someone .Why was Clinton ask who the CIA agent was and who he was talking to. The contractors were interviewed on for in a one hour special.

    Was the supposed death of Bin Laden and the Benghazi cover-up in prior to the 2012 election a political move to ensure Obama would be reelected?

    In my opinion if trump is elected he will build the wall and Mexico will pay for it we give them $50,000,000 in financial aid as well as having a $40 billion trade imbalance. He will enlist the service of ex military and national guard reserves to find the criminal immigrants and drug cartels and either prosecute them of deport them. He will reduce the population in our prison system by 37% which is the reported figure that the illegals represent of the total in our jails. I believe he will make it very very difficult for immigration of Mexicans and Muslims. He does not have to enact new laws to accomplish this.

    He will partner with Russia to eradicate ISIS. We will not get any help from the Arab nations or Israel but we can certainly put pressure for them to finance our involvement. I also believe that all of our military bases throughout the world that are protecting other countries they will have to pay us for that protection

    New trade deals will be enacted to eliminate the deficits and impose tariffs. China and Japan heavily tax any products made in America to protect their industries however we allow them to flood our market with products that come in scott free. If you buy a $100,000 Mercedes In China you pay $200,000.He will put pressure on our mass retailers and corporations to buy made in America and help create new companies and or reopen closed factories

    . I like to use the analogy of a family who wants to buy a picnic table advertised at Home Depot for $200.00.When the go to but it is unavailable no longer carried because it was made in China .The American made picnic table is $250.00.Te family has three choices, go without, buy the $250.00 table or buy wood nails and stain to make their own. Many think tariffs would create a trade war. I do not believe anything we are buying abroad is life sustaining. I do not think countries are buying American made just because they like us. Either they cannot make the product or their quality is inferior. Once they are able to make themselves we will lose the business.

    He will repatriate the $3 billion of shore money by reducing the tax and he will lower the corporate taxes and eliminate all of the restrictions and regulations we currently make them adhere to. He will repeal Obamacare, eliminate many government departments and agencies such as the IRS, board of education, environmental agency etc. He will rescind all executive orders. The many acts of new legislation he will propose will be broadcast to all of America to hopefully get public support. If the bill does not pass he will identify the people who voted against it.

    He will begin the rebuild our infrastructure but at reduced costs as he will negotiate the costs. He will dramatically increase our military power but once again negotiate better deals and prices with the defense contractors.

    Every politician strongly supports Israel including Trump, at least verbally, as if they did not they would lose a great deal of support. However if elected things would change with our relationship with Israel. The prime minister will not be invited by our Congress to give a speech to incite us to go to war with Iran as Israel sits back and reaps the benefits. To me at least this was very embarrassing to our country every time he finished a sentence our politicians would give him a standing ovation. What other country in the world would allow this to happen? Was Israel’s hand at the back of Bush to invade Iraq and Afghanistan? Is they lobby one of the strongest in our country? Do they control our media, Wall Street, lawyers and our government?

    Air force one will be utilized less under a Trump administration than any president who preceded him. His meetings will be in the White House and foreign leaders will come there to meet. He will take very few vacations if any and work 7 days a week 18 hours a day as he only needs 6 hours of sleep. His vacations will be the satisfaction of creating good for the American people.

    Donald Trump has always been very interested in helping our country and getting involved in politics in an indirect way. His views have not changed since the mid 1980’s all you have to do is look at many of his interviews to see this for yourself. He was very hopeful that a republican president would effect change. He was a big supporter of Bush and Romney but they let us down do he decided he now must do it himself. Why do we not hear how much money he has lost since announcing? This is a cardinal sin to any billionaire.

    Why do we not hear about the many good things he did for people over the years? An Arkansas farmer committed suicide so that his life insurance policy would provide that they could keep the farm that was about to go under. Trump’s wife saw this ion TV and Trump they got involved and helped the family keep the farm.There are many other stories like this however the media chooses not to mention them

    When the plant in Newton Iowa closed 2000 residents lost their jobs.According to the mayor no one in Washington contacted the city .Donald Trump did offering any help that he could .Trump is accused of being sexist however no one reports he has more executives in his company that are female vs. men

    He also may enact British law. If you sue and lose you pay for the defendants legal fees. This is impossible today as they are part of the controlling interests in America.
    Trumps children say a lot about the man or for that matter any parent.

    This is part of an article that appeared on your site that kind of says it all

    Republican nominees since Ronald Reagan have been internationalist in outlook. They have been pro-free trade and pro-immigration, have supported American leadership in global institutions, and have argued for market solutions and traditional values. A Republican Party under Donald Trump would broadly reject this attitude. It would emphasize protection in all its forms—immigration restriction, trade duties, a fortress America approach to international relations, and activist government to address health care and veterans’ care. Paeans to freedom and opportunity and equality and small government would give way to admonishments to strive, to fight, to win, to profit.

    If it is anyone but Trump I for one will be very depressed as it will be more of the same and our country will continue down the path of destruction and maybe sooner than later our dollar will not be the reserve current in the world. This would be devastating

    Thanks for listening.


  63. joe webb says:
    @Intelligent Dasein

    nice article. The comparison and prophesying here is interesting. Caesar, to my not well-tutored historical sense, was a political man. Trump is a businessman which makes him popular, particularly that he is a more or less self-made man, The American Man.

    Trump has scorned the middle east wars, which I suppose is either a lie or a sound trumping of the neocons. The jewish angle in his family, etc. probably means nothing much.

    His populism is anti-war, and I don’t think he wants to invade anybody. He will bomb IS, and any other terrorist outfit. Since he is the Deal Man, he might indeed make a deal with the Arabs…get US out of the ME, contain the Judenstaat, for cessation of terrorism, etc.

    He also wants to rebuild America. This takes money, and war is very expensive.

    Then the Caesar deal with the end of the Republic, and start of Roman Empire…don’t think so.

    If you are suggesting that dictatorship is coming, that is unlikely but if the race wars start, it could happen. If race war starts, then the mexicans will be sent home.

    Joe Webb

  64. Art says:

    The Trump Herald
    all the truth fit to print

    YouTube === Trump complains – MSM refuses to show big crowds.

    Story not even on

  65. The willingness of insiders to try to retain control of the party at the cost of losing winnable elections is actually not new in American political history, and has occurred across formal ideological boundaries. See the work of Walter Karp:

  66. George F. Will wears a toupee.

  67. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    Your a learned deceiver the tens of millions of white Americans and many Veterans were cheated out of good paying jobs we lived in poverty and violence and soon were going to rise up and bring that violence to race war and the violent overthrow of the Government

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