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These two things happened the day after Donald Trump won the election:

  • First, a Washington Post reporter named Peter Holley called the American Renaissance office to ask–in dead seriousness–whether anyone from the Trump team had called us for policy advice.
  • Second, Gloria Gonzalez-Garcia, a Mexican-American explained to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram what a Trump victory meant: “We were getting the message, ‘If you are not white, you don’t belong here.’ ”

So what’s the connection? Let’s start with the Post’s Mr. Holley. [Email him] He is a professional newsman who attended Columbia’s Graduate School of Journalism. He calls himself an “experienced reporter with a talent for uncovering compelling stories that other people overlook.” It’s his job to find out and report what is going on–and he seriously thought the victorious Trump team would check in with me for instructions.

He’s not alone. The same day, a journalist from the biggest newspaper in Latin America–Folha de S. Paulowanted to know if I had telephoned my friend Donald Trump to congratulate him on his victory. I told her I have never met him and don’t have his number.

What we have here is a stupefying delusion: that Donald Trump is a secret “white supremacist,” who dances to the tune of the Alt-Right. This delusion has two sources: ignorance and maliciousness. People like Peter Holley are so deeply marinated in liberal ignorance that they can’t tell the difference between American nationalism and racial nationalism–between the desire to put American interests first and white racial consciousness.

As I have explained elsewhere, the maliciousness involved looking for racial dissidents who supported Donald Trump and then arguing that since “racists” backed him, Trump must be a “racist,” too. When Mr. Trump didn’t denounce David Duke and “white supremacy” fiercely enough to suit them, they claimed this was proof he is a secret sympathizer. They were wrong. He just doesn’t like being pushed around by journalists who hates him.

The pro-Hillary media therefore created a Frankenstein monster–an imaginary Donald Trump who secretly wants to make America white again. They called him a bigot, a xenophobe, a fascist, a threat to democracy and, of course, the new Hitler. They hoped this would frighten enough voters into the Hillary camp to stop Mr. Trump, but it didn’t work. And now they are stuck with a Frankenstein president elect who, they are convinced, comes running to me for policy tips.

Yesterday, Senator Harry Reid issued an idiotic press release that included these lines:

White nationalists, Vladimir Putin and ISIS are celebrating Donald Trump’s victory, while innocent, law-abiding Americans are wracked with fear–especially African Americans, Hispanic Americans, Muslim Americans, LGBT Americans and Asian Americans.

It is because she has heard so many Frankenstein stories that poor Gloria in Fort Worth–a US citizen–thinks the real Trump message is that non-whites don’t belong in America.

And she’s hardly alone.

Jason Perez (right) a university student in Hawaii, writes that “the next four years will be a living nightmare for all Hispanic Americans.” Mercedes Rosales, a high school senior in Homestead, Florida, says Mr. Trump “just wants to get rid of Mexicans, or Latinos.” Maria Perez, also of Homestead, says, “Because of the example of Donald Trump . . . now they can look at you and see you are an immigrant and kill you.” Mary Rabago, a Hispanic journalist living in Arizona, explains the election results: “Hate won.”

The Muslim reaction is just as nutty. Asaad Alabdulaziz, an Iraqi who recently became a US citizen, asks, “Do I have to go back?” Sahar Aziz, a professor at the Texas A&M University, says that “the general mood I am seeing among Muslims is concern that a Trump presidency will be open season on them.”

No one–not once in the campaign–ever talked about deporting law-abiding legal residents. So where did people get these deranged ideas? Obviously, from media caricatures. Hispanics are no doubt getting lurid stuff from the Spanish-language press as well. Telesur, a consortium based in Venezuela, reports that under a Trump presidency, “the rights of black and brown people, immigrants and women will suffer serious setbacks.”

People like Peter Holley–who created the caricature and believe in it–are on such hair-trigger alert for “racism” that they can’t conceive of a non-racial American nationalism that expresses itself in the ideas that helped Donald Trump win: Illegal immigrants should stay out. Illegals who are here should go home. There should be no sanctuary cities. Birth-right citizenship is crazy. Muslims are potentially troublesome. Legal immigration should be cut.

There is nothing inherently racial about any of these ideas, and they appeal to millions of Americans who don’t think in racial terms. But current dogma demands that we thrill to the idea that every brown-skinned newcomer–whether he has a job or even speaks English–is a precious addition to our “greatest strength,” which is diversity. Anyone who supports policies that have the effect of slowing the march of diversity is a “racist,” and might as well be a dedicated AmRen reader or even a member of the Ku Klux Klan. That’s why Peter Holley thinks Donald Trump wants my advice.

The notion that Mr. Trump will hurt blacks is especially wrong, but it follows the usual sloppy liberal thinking: If you want to send home illegals it can only be because you hate Hispanics, which means you hate blacks, women, homosexuals, and Jews. Donald Trump wanted Confederate flags taken down in the South, is “fine” with affirmative action, and he blasted Justice Antonin Scalia’s critique of race preferences in universities. And only the most fevered imagination could have prompted the Salon headline: “I Am a Gay Jew in Trump’s America. And I Am Afraid for My Life.” Mr. Trump’s close professional and family connections to Jews are well known.

It is the widely circulated fantasies about Donald-Trump-the-racist that explain why Mexican-Americans and Muslims who are US citizens are reportedly crying themselves to sleep at night, and why there are violent anti-Trump demonstrations all over the country. Just as reckless anti-police reporting paved the way for the murders of policemen, frothing press coverage of Donald Trump has sent thousands of ignoramuses into the streets to smash store windows and attack cops.

The papers are now full of breathless reports of Trump supporters calling blacks “ni**er” and tearing hijabs off Muslim women. Some of these attacks were faked, but some are no doubt real. What do they reflect? What Donald Trump wants or what the Frankenstein wants? If loutish whites are telling Hispanics “we’ll deport you,” who gave them the idea that a modern-day Hitler is about to move into the White House?

The Trump-is-a-racist idea is so firmly planted in the minds of Hillary supporters that nothing can dislodge it. But they don’t even understand what they, themselves, mean by it.

Josh Harkinson of Mother Jones called me after the election to talk about the Alt-Right. I explained to him how the media have painted a dishonest picture of Donald Trump, and he conceded that he was beginning to realize that using his favorite word–“racist”–to describe the president elect and people like me might be a mistake. I congratulated him on this intellectual breakthrough, and then asked what Donald Trump has ever said or done that was “racist,” whatever that word means.

“Oh, there are so many, I don’t know where to begin.”

“Then just tell me one.”

There was a brief silence. “He retweeted an image of himself as Pepe the frog.”

“What? Is that the best you can do? You’re really straining.”

“Yes, I guess I’m straining.”

Mr. Harkinson later brought up Mr. Trump’s suggestion that Judge Gonazlo Curiel’s Mexican ancestry meant he could not try the Trump University case fairly. I pointed out that Judge Curiel is a member of La Raza [the race] Lawyers, which gave Mr. Trump grounds to doubt his impartiality. “Besides,” I said, “if a white police officer is in an altercation with a black criminal and ends up shooting him, you’d be the first to say the officer was biased on account of his race.”

“Not the first.”

“Then the second.”

We live in a world of malicious fantasy. If members of that priestly class known as journalists–everyone knows they are sternly objective–call someone a “racist” that’s what he is. And once you’re a “racist,” you might as well be a sexist, xenophobe, anti-Semite, homophobe, and who knows what else. This is what we get when reporters slant the news and then believe what they read in the papers. And the media can’t understand why no one trusts them anymore.

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

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  1. Mexicanos, as opposed to Mexicanas, seldom cry themselves to sleep and certainly not over politicos. No doubt, a genuine Mexican, like Anthony Quinn, would have avoided some of Eli Wallach’s venial sins in the portrayal of Tuco, but for all that The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly is a brilliant film.

    Watch it ten or fifteen times and get the hang of the subtle triangulation imposed on “Mexican Stand Off”.

    Mexicans are one of Trump’s putative targets all right, but it is still not clear whether he is Angel Eyes or Blondie.

    Now–have you noticed all the recent talk of two different categories–“Mexicans and Latinos”?

    The latter would include Puerto Ricans, wouldn’t it?– and all the non-Mexicans from Honduras or CUBA still showing up on MERKIN doorsteps, all of them less proper to the US than, you got it, MESSKINS.

    Maybe you should ask Señor Hazelnut-eyes, what that attempted triangulation is about.

    Hint: it ain’t got an ice cube’s chance in Manila or even Macao of working.

    If you interview him, you can ask Señor Trump about the Macao part.

    • Replies: @syonredux
  2. I hope the animal wetbacks, camel jockeys and coons really believe Trump what to kill some so they leave the country.

  3. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    Not only “ignorance” and “maliciousness”. Also worry that the (freeloader) party is coming to an end.

    Even on Unz you can see columnists who happen to also be pro-Mexican activists in fear the USA could treat minorities and countries to the South of it like Mexico does.

  4. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    I wonder how many haven’t noticed your trolling, looked at your comments history, and guessed from where you cometh

    • Replies: @AryanKnight
  5. JennyG says:

    [email protected]

    Tech savvy salon just announced they don’t know how to use a search engine. Noobs.

    Will Donald Trump be the FIrst President to Appoint an Openly Gay Cabinet Member?

    If Richard Grenell was appointed UN Ambassador in the Trump administration he would be the first openly gay cabinet member in US history. More importantly, Richard is qualified for the job and is a HUUGE Trump supporter.

    Why should gays and lesbians be interested in you as a presidential candidate?

    I grew up in New York City, a town with different races, religions, and peoples. It breeds tolerance. In all truth, I don’t care whether or not a person is gay. I judge people based on their capability, honesty, and merit. Being in the entertainment business — that is, owning casinos and … several large beauty pageants — I’ve worked with many gay people. I have met some tough, talented, capable, terrific people. Their lifestyle is of no interest to me. – Donald Trump, The Advocate 2000

  6. Can’t argue that this is not accurate. It is.

    However, just as guilt by association isn’t proper argumentation, neither is there necessarily innocence by association – which may well be the inference here of Mr. Taylor being so reasonable on this one question. This is the question that is begged: because he’s right about this, does it necessarily mean his own alt-right positions are? I have to admire the subtlety of Mr. Taylor’s cleverness.

  7. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    I think a big chunk of their tactic is to make you, Taylor, out to be a Frankenstein’s monster, then smear him with guilt by association. There’s several problems, of course- first the fact that you’ve yet to say or do anything monsterous if they were to look at what you say and do in a rational, unbiased way (you should ask the next reporter what you said that was racist). There’s also the fact that there isn’t really any association for ‘guilt by association’- it’s not like you’re on his advisory team, or ‘bringing the family down’ to visit with you each 4th of July for iced tea and apple pie.

    Really, the whole thing is a baseless smear. If Trump had a black smartphone, they’d claim it meant he was exploiting black culture, that he got one to make a joke about slaves; if he didn’t have a black smartphone they’d say he hated black people and ignored them as part of the beautifully diverse fabric of America. No matter what he or you say or do, they’re gonna run this BS, might as well do like Trump does and blow it off as nonsense.

  8. abner says:

    I imagine a lot of them know there’s no communication between you and Trump but they want to give an opportunity for any racist-right glory hound (or CI) like David Duke to say, “Oh yeah, they call me every day.”

  9. Svigor says:

    Jared, you seem to miss the fact that a lot of this is projection; they kvetch about this stuff because they know they deserve it. That they’d never tolerate it if the shoe were on the other foot. This is their guilty conscience talking.

    Also, aggression, in the form of victimhood, is baked into the leftist cake. Being the poor, little, downtrodden “other” means always having permission to break out the torches and pitchforks.

  10. Svigor says:

    Can’t argue that this is not accurate. It is.

    However, just as guilt by association isn’t proper argumentation, neither is there necessarily innocence by association – which may well be the inference here of Mr. Taylor being so reasonable on this one question.

    That’s irrelevant. Innocence is presumed. It’s of a piece with science’s falsifiability. It’s why adults don’t believe in the Easter Bunny.

    • Replies: @in the middle
  11. MarkinLA says:
    @Fran Macadam

    neither is there necessarily innocence by association

    What does this even mean in this context? Where is he claiming anything about himself related to Trump not being a monster? As for the Alt-right positions he has, yes he is right, as you can see from all the rioting from our precious minorities.

  12. @Anonymous

    Let’s see, I know Richard Spencer very well, knew Dr. Pierce well, was an early follower of David Lane, Richard Butler was like a father to me, am still in contact with Tom Metzger. Am an avid reader of George Lincoln Rockwell’s writings. Work as a genetic engineer study forensic anthropology as it relates to the human genome and influences to intelligence by race. And I have a rather large collection of Hitler’s personal items. I want a nation were whites can live safely. The issue is them vs. us. Either you want to fight or you will die. 14/88

    • Replies: @foo
  13. Anon • Disclaimer says:

    “No one–not once in the campaign–ever talked about deporting law-abiding legal residents. So where did people get these deranged ideas? Obviously, from media caricatures. Hispanics are no doubt getting lurid stuff from the Spanish-language press as well.”

    It is funny as hell.

    All these people make a big deal of their pride in identity and culture. Yet, the WORST prospect they can imagine is being sent back to their homeland of their identity and culture rich in their history and heritage.

    Now, Trump talked about deporting ILLEGALS(or some of them). So, legals don’t apply.

    But I still wonder why the Legals are so afraid of going back to their homeland and living with their own kind. They blame whites of not being ‘welcoming’ enough, but they obviously prefer to live with white people and under white power than with their own kind and under their own kind. These non-whites are very ‘unwelcoming’ of the idea of returning to their homelands and living with their own kind. Their emotions toward their homeland is one of rejection and revilement.

    Even if Trump were to turn truly radical and decided to send ALL non-whites(even legal immigrants) back home, why would these people react with horror? I mean what is so horrible about returning to their homeland and being with their own kind and practicing their own culture and speaking their own language?
    Surely they must know that the more they and their kids stay in America or Amnesiarica, they will lose their identity, culture, and language through race-mixing, pop culture, trash TV, and etc. If they really care about the pride of their identity and culture, they have much much better chance of preserving it back in their homeland. But they wanna come to white majority nations and just melt in or be digested by Ameri-Globalism.

    Now, if some Frenchman was living in Kenya or Thailand, and if the government decided to send him back to France, I don’t think he would react with horror. Okay, he will be in his homeland eating croissants and listening to Piaf.

    But when non-whites in the West are told that they must return to their homelands, they shriek with horror as if that is the worst thing that can happen. They act like they are being sent to hell. Do they hate their own nation, own race, own culture, own language, own history, and own identity that much?

    They accuse whites of not being ‘welcoming’ or ‘inclusive’ enough, but they are totally ‘rejecting’ and ‘reviling’ of their own homelands and their own peoples, which they fled to come live with whites and under white rule.

    They are closet-white-supremacists because their rejection of their own nation, race, and culture in favor of white-majority and white-ruled nations implies that they feel whites are superior and run & manage much better societies.
    Now, that is objectively true(whites do run better societies), but then, these immigrants pretend like they care very much their own identity and are so proud — and some even express much hostility toward whites even as they move to white nations; consider that loathsome Fareed Zikavirus. If they are so proud, why do they leave their own homelands and come to live in another nation and why do they raise their kids to take on this new identity and forget the old world?

    That gold star fool dad Khan brought his son to America, the sonny joined the US military, the sonny went to kill OTHER MUSLIMS, and he got killed by OTHER MUSLIMS. Great!!

    Some hero dad. The moron just turned his son into a whore mercenary of Zion trained to invade and kill other Muslims.

    Anyway, imagine a Mexican who is told to go back to Mexico cuz he’s here illegally. He will scream and wail, “I’m so proud to be Mexican, so how dare you white ‘racists’ send me back to Mexico, the worst prospect I can think of.” Yes, so proud to be Mexican but most afraid of being sent back to Mexico.

    When illegals are told to go back to their homelands, they react like this:

    They act like their beloved homeland is like Detroit.

    When they hear, “Illegals must go back”, they hear, “Take him to Detroit”.

  14. foo says:


    If you knew Bill Pierce (I really doubt it but stranger things have happened), then you’ll know that he was speaking Hindi (like all good Aryans do) and had a Hindu Sari wearning Savitri Devi featured on the front pages of NatAll. Even sold books by her on the NatAll store.

    You do realize that “Swastika” itself is a Hindi/Sanskrit word and it is called ‘Hakenkreuz’ in German ? It is the holiest (and only) symbol of Hinduism (the Aryan Religion) and you first have to be Hindu to be Aryan (since Aryan itself is a core part of the Hindu religion, the word only appears in the holy Hindu (v)Eddas).

    If you are an “Aryan” Knight, can you name some Aryan gods and religious passages ? (Rhetorical question.of course you can’t. The actual Nazis actually did and could btw).

    • Replies: @Stonehands
    , @Ironfist666
  15. Brewer says:

    “I expected this level of cognitive dissonance. Next time you see a persuader of this magnitude, you can expect the outcome to be cognitive dissonance in that case too.

    This brings me to the anti-Trump protests. The protesters look as though they are protesting Trump, but they are not. They are locked in an imaginary world and battling their own hallucinations of the future. Here’s the setup that triggered them.

    1. They believe they are smart and well-informed.

    2. Their good judgement told them Trump is OBVIOUSLY the next Hitler, or something similarly bad.

    3. Half of the voters of the United States – including a lot of smart people – voted Trump into office anyway.

    Those “facts” can’t be reconciled in the minds of the anti-Trumpers. Mentally, something has to give. That’s where cognitive dissonance comes in.

    There are two ways for an anti-Trumper to interpret that reality. One option is to accept that if half the public doesn’t see Trump as a dangerous monster, perhaps he isn’t. But that would conflict with a person’s self-image as being smart and well-informed in the first place. When you violate a person’s self-image, it triggers cognitive dissonance to explain-away the discrepancy.

    So how do you explain-away Trump’s election if you think you are smart and you think you are well-informed and you think Trump is OBVIOUSLY a monster?

    You solve for that incongruity by hallucinating – literally – that Trump supporters KNOW Trump is a monster and they PREFER the monster. In this hallucination, the KKK is not a nutty fringe group but rather a symbol of how all Trump supporters must feel. (They don’t. Not even close.)

    In a rational world it would be obvious that Trump supporters include lots of brilliant and well-informed people. That fact – as obvious as it would seem – is invisible to the folks who can’t even imagine a world in which their powers of perception could be so wrong. To reconcile their world, they have to imagine all Trump supporters as defective in some moral or cognitive way, or both.

    As I often tell you, we all live in our own movies inside our heads. Humans did not evolve with the capability to understand their reality because it was not important to survival. Any illusion that keeps us alive long enough to procreate is good enough.

    That’s why the protestors live in a movie in which they are fighting against a monster called Trump and you live in a movie where you got the president you wanted for the changes you prefer. Same planet, different realities.”

    • Replies: @Authenticjazzman
  16. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    I agree with the premise that Trump is being smeared in guilt by association.

    But I also don’t buy your smug “Ah Shucks where did they get that idea from?” when it comes to the very racial aspects of Trump’s movement.

    Clearly there are a large amount of people who support Trump who are insisting on a racial white America. You only have to look at the 4chan pol group where that Trump frog meme came from to see this for yourself.

    Advocating for a racially pure white America and kicking out the other races are openly advocated there.

    I don’t think this is what Trump wants at all. But when folks see some of these people who are supporting Trump, why can’t people feel alarmed and ask questions? This is completely rational.

    Sure the left wing media is stirring this up, but no one can deny how polarized the country is right now. Both sides have extremists in their midst. Wouldn’t we be questioning the extremists on the left if Hilary had won?

    • Replies: @theoldnorth
    , @woodNfish
    , @Carl
  17. after watching some of the press conferences of trump in the last few days, he had that deer in the headlights look with ryan and obama. trump had that scared shit less look.

    This could be bad, very bad. not just for latinos, but for every american.

    fuck, what have we done?

    • Replies: @Alden
  18. syonredux says:
    @E. A. Costa

    Mexicanos, as opposed to Mexicanas, seldom cry themselves to sleep

    Dunno, dear fellow. I’ve seen some very weepy Mexican males…..

    Mexicans are one of Trump’s putative targets all right, but it is still not clear whether he is Angel Eyes or Blondie.

    In a perfect world, they would have both turned their fire on Tuco….

    No doubt, a genuine Mexican, like Anthony Quinn,

    Part Irish, dear fellow. Surname’s bit of a giveaway…..

    • Replies: @E. A. Costa
  19. Many journalists tend to be like untalented actors who invest a career of intellectual posers. Communication/journalism departments…

  20. Urim says:

    Come on! Seems like Trump is gunning for all the minorities. That’s simply the political game, Clinton, Obama and other “democratic leaders” are playing with America and Americans are happy to be fooled.

    • Replies: @Authenticjazzman
  21. Houston says:

    In perhaps the least ceremonious victory for U.S. and international activists, the decidedly abhorrent Trans-Pacific Partnership — a corporate giveaway of phenomenal proportions — effectively died yesterday.
    Proof –

  22. @Anon

    Absolutely brilliant.

    Authenticjazzman, “Mensa” Society member of forty-plus years and pro jazz artist.

  23. @Brewer

    Right on the money.

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

  24. @Svigor

    You see the true picture.

    There is hope after all

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

  25. Thank you Mr. Taylor, for a wonderful insightful article.

    What we really have to deal with is the fact that schools of journalism are not really schools of journalism rather marxist indoctrination camps, run by madmen otherwise known as “Professors” of journalistic studies, and the dummköpfe ( graduates ) who are leaving these looney bins are then the perpertrators of such fucking nonsense as illustrated in your essay.

    This must be addressed BY NAME, over and over, so at least unwitting parents have a chance to talk their air-brained kids out of such a horrid life’s endeavor as becoming a “Journalist”, with no other avenue of study. There is only one Hillsdale.

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

  26. @Fran Macadam

    “This is the question that is begged”


    “because he’s right about this, does it necessarily mean his own alt-right positions are?”

    Obviously not. Why would this question even occur to you?

    “I have to admire the subtlety of Mr. Taylor’s cleverness.”

    Jared Taylor is nothing if not completely forthright about his own views. Do five minutes of research. Protip: there is a popular search engine the kids are now using located at

    I think you will find that while he is unfailingly polite, Jared Taylor is not someone who could be reasonably accused of cloaking unpopular opinions in subtle, clever deception.

  27. @Anonymous

    “I don’t think this is what Trump wants at all.”

    That’s because you’re not an idiot.

    “Both sides have extremists in their midst. Wouldn’t we be questioning the extremists on the left if Hilary had won?”

    “We” might be, but the MSM would ignore us.

    In the case of President-Elect Trump, they constantly trumpet “Trump endorsed by KKK,” distort some of his statements, and take other statements so literally that you wonder if they are aliens or robots just beginning to understand the subtleties of human communication. Let’s be grateful that there are a few alternative media sites (like this one) where we can find insightful criticism of the dominate narratives (to employ a favorite leftist buzzword).

  28. @Urim

    Quoting Urim:

    Come on ! Seems like Trump is gunning for all the minorities”

    Bullshit, you have no justification for this idiotic statement and are talking out of your rectum.

    Authenticjazzman ” Mensa” Society member of forty-plus years , and pro jazz artist.

  29. Rehmat says:

    While the British prime minister Theresa May congratulated Donald Trump on his US presidential victory, the head of the opposition, Labour Party leader, Jeremy Corbyn said Trump should grow up on immigration issue and recognize that US economy depends on migrant workers.

    “The treatment of Mexico by the United States, just as much as its absurd and abusive language towards Muslims, is some that has to be challenged,” Corbyn told BBC on Sunday (watch below).

    Jeremy Corbyn’s wife Laura Alvarez, who is from Mexico, feels “absolute anger and outrage” towards President-elect Donald Trump’s plans for a border wall between Mexico and the US, the Labour leader said. Corbyn added: “I’m looking forward to the conversation between my wife and Donald Trump.”

    Earlier in a speech in Ashford, Kent, he criticized the US President-elect and described events in the US as “a global wake-up call”.

    Distancing himself from the business mogul’s policies, he added: “Instead of offering real solutions or the resources to make them work, he offered only someone to blame – everyone, that is, apart from those who are actually responsible for a broken economy and a failed political system.”

    Corbyn’s comments came just hours before Steven Bannon, former head of pro-Israel Breitbart News Network, founded by Andrew Breitbart (d. 2012), former Republican Jewish media moghul, was named Trump’s chief strategist and senior counselor. Bannon has been labeled by the Organized Jewry as a white supremacist.

    Bannon is accused by his ex-wife Mary Louise Piccard of being an antisemite and of domestic abuse. She claimed in 2007 that Bannon refused to send their twin daughters to a school which had a lot of Jewish kids…..

    • Replies: @Alden
  30. @AryanKinight


    So how’s it feel comrade? LOL Heres the worst part not that we won and will have all four branches of state for eight years at least, but that the people are awake now.
    All your little mind games are like complete;ly recognized even by 14-year-old kids and former cuckserves, Not only does your propaganda not work it works for us.It works for us sooooooo well that a guy that called mexican rapist and criminals promised to ban muslims entirely said he grabbed married women by the pussy and they let him, never promised to respect the GOP primary vote or the general vote, has routinely sought and gotten the backing of the armed branches of federal and local government may even have pwnd the deep state to leak the goods on clinton.Hes now networking with nationalist leaders around the globe to make nationalism a world wide movement which frankly its is and hes a product of but will in turn strengthen.Hes been saying for 40 years the way to build america is let the private sector do it he intends to rebuild americas infrastructure using private money in return for tolls and such, at a point where tech and big data can replace everything from sanitation services to education youre about to see the government reduced to the founders intent, law enforcement, military, foreign policy,The END Globalism is stillborn the cucked capitalist will now abandon the marxists who have lost power and align with nationalist. They will be forced to choose to be national corporations with benefits or international corporations without friends America’s industrial and technological might will come home. The jews will flip or be crushed their choice, i think many of them see they are already being hoisted by their own petard and will flip the rest will be outed and crushed israel will deal with them or israel will perish.The cucks are being yessed for now while the electors have yet to vote and power assembled while the left is purged throughout the civil service,in a few months to a year the cucks will be purged as well the don never forgets a slight obama and the elites who laughed at him at the press dinner are paying with the entire new world order for oppressing the wrong white male they literally changed the world that night, i suppose they were bound to eventually, you could not continue ignoring reality and oppressing the people that are the engine of the world forever eventually one of them was bound to rise up and slay them now it begins THE SAXON BEGINS TO HATE

  31. John Jeremiah Smith [AKA "Kip Russell"] says:

    Gloria Gonzalez-Garcia, a Mexican-American explained to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram what a Trump victory meant: “We were getting the message, ‘If you are not white, you don’t belong here.’ ”

    The illegal aliens waving Mexican flags need to get it through their heads, by force if necessary, that it’s time to pack their bags. And Gloria Gonzalez-Garcia needs to get it through her head that, ‘If you are not American, you don’t belong here.’

    If your loyalty is to Mexico, or your loyalty is to Israel: Get OUT of my country! Go live with the people you love.

    • Replies: @Anon
  32. Anon • Disclaimer says:

    The only real supremacism in America is the AIPAC kind that says Israel can have 300 nukes but Iran none.

    And Palestinians must still live under Occupation.

  33. Anon • Disclaimer says:
    @John Jeremiah Smith

    Progs bitch about HOW IGNORANT Trump voters are but what they really fear is that White America is waking up to the truth.

    And Progs sure love to play on the ignorance of their constituents.

    Trump presidency means blacks will be slaves again!!!!!!!! So says Tavis Smiley.

    Trump will round up and expel all non-whites!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Prog-induced paranoia is somehow not paranoia accoeding to PC.

    It is funny. Jews who hysterically see Trump as ‘new hitler’ admonishing White America for being angry and paranoid.

  34. Alden says:
    @Astuteobservor II

    Trump is getting thousands of death threats and there are signs “rape Melania” As far as I know the secret service is doing absolutely nothing about the death threats.

    It is entirely possible that a “lone nut” like Oswald could shoot Mr. Trump. Of course then the President elect would be Mr. Pence. The liberals worry about Mr. Pence more than they worry about Mr. Trump because apparently Mr. Pence goes to church. Therefore he is a danger to diversity and gays and women and everything else the liberals hold dear.

  35. @Svigor

    Pardon me if I am right. I do have notice that most racists are people of low income, white, who hate that the so called minorities are more educated, more able to have a job, and more entrepreneurial. No offense to Irish, but mostly Irish descendants are in this category; we call them white trash.
    Instead of emulating, no!”we were here first and don’t want ‘others’ to come and take our jobs”

    Really? well, I don’t see you in the tomato fields, apple fields, any agro field; go and sweat it out with the people who do those jobs. Then, and only then you will realize the harshness of what they go through placing those items on your table. I for once, can care less about ‘Mexicans’ doing those jobs, as a matter of fact, I am glad they do, because sure as hell I am not going to do it myself.

    • Replies: @woodNfish
    , @Alden
    , @MarkinLA
  36. BenKenobi says:
    @Colleen Pater

    I’m reminded of A Man For All Seasons. To paraphrase:

    “Would you cut a road through the law to get the [White] Devil? This land is planted with laws from end to end. And when the last law is down and the [White] Devil suddenly turned round on you, where would you hide in the winds that would blow then?”

    Indeed, through the chill years ahead time shall count from this date.

    PS: paragraphs

  37. woodNfish says:
    @in the middle

    Thanks for proving that when you look in the mirror you see an ignorant racist.

  38. woodNfish says:

    What this article does is prove that leftists really are grubers who believe the leftist propaganda. Personally, I don’t think it is worth worrying about because like the poor, the stupid and ignorant will always be with us.

  39. woodNfish says:

    Trump is being smeared in guilt by association

    No, it is more truly Trump is being smeared in guilt by fictitious association. Trump has not said anything racist. He has not said anything against queers, etc. It is all propaganda. The people who think otherwise have not bothered to actually do any real research on Trump and the truly stupid who think mexican is a race.

  40. Svigor says:

    Clearly there are a large amount of people who support Trump who are insisting on a racial white America. You only have to look at the 4chan pol group where that Trump frog meme came from to see this for yourself.

    “Large.” You keep using that word. I don’t think it means what you think it means.

    There’s a much larger amount of people who support Clinton who are insisting on a racially non-white America. You only have to look at the Democrat Party, the political establishment, and Big Media to see this for yourself.

  41. @Alden

    come on, you think the secret service are just pretty boys and gals on show? there is no mortal danger to any presidents in 2016+

    mr pence doesn’t just go to church. he wants to create a christian theocracy like the isis wants an islamic caliphate. see, don’t use hyperbole, it might backfire.

    why is it that when you don’t like something, you label it as “liberal”. and yes, I am aware some people on the left also does the same to you by calling you conservatives. stop labeling and form your own opinions.

    • Replies: @Alden
    , @MarkinLA
    , @Anon
  42. Anon • Disclaimer says:

    MSM has repeated over and over that Trump is like a clown.

    Yes, he is in a way.

    But this is to be welcomed.

    In a perfect world, we would have serious and respectable presidential leaders ruling over a decent and normal moral people.

    But we are not living in that kind of world. We are living in a Circus World.

    Just look at our culture. Tattoos and green hair are normal. There was a time when having such meant no hiring. Today, I go to places and see workers with green hair, piercings, and tattoos all over. And I see parents and kids with ugly tattoos.

    Donahue wasn’t highbrow but he did have some interesting discussions.

    That format turned into vapid gushery of Oprah, trashiness of Jerry Springer and Maury Povich. Springer who calls himself a ‘liberal’ has spread trash all around.

    In the 80s, People Court had a sober judge presiding over cases. He did it professionally.
    Over the yrs, the court TV shows have turned into personality cult circuses with jive ass clowns like, PMS queens, and dudes like Texas Joe.

    Parents and kids watch Family Guy and other filth together.

    Fathers and Mothers find nothing wrong with their sons immersing in video games and daughters dressing like skankass hookers.

    Bill Clinton should have resigned after disgracing himself but he remained, and every Liberal was saying ‘who cares what he did as long he presided over a successful economy?’ So, materialism is all that counts. Who cares when we are gonna be millionaires by investing in bubble?

    And what is the greatest spiritual theme of our age? Holy Homos!!!! Massive parades that glorify homos and trannies. And even fly sodomy flags in churches!!!

    Who can forget this iconic image? We are supposed to keep a straight face looking at such stuff.

    As if that wasn’t silly enough, we have Obama praising before the nation the ‘courage’ of a 65 yr old former Olympian who one day decided he is a woman with a wig and boob job.

    And Lena Dunham and Miley Cyrus are healthy role models for kids. And how wonderful that kids get Slut Pride Culture from Disney Channel?

    And we have full-grown adults yammering about superhero comic book movies with some guy running around in a bat costume.

    Emma Sulkowicz the fraud is awarded with courage award by National Disorganization of Women.

    And Beyonce and Jay-Z are the favored guests in the White House.

    The biggest hit among the elites is some rap musical called Hamilton where Alexander be some jiving shucking homey who be wiggling his arse and rhyming foul nursery rhyme to save his face on the $10 bill.

    BLM perpetuated the myth that cops are main killers of all these innocent blacks.

    MSM makes it like Trump is Putin’s puppet and Russia is about to conquer the world.

    MSM says we are to regard Trump as gauche, vulgar, and stupid… but I suppose all the above-mentioned stuff is high-class, respectable, and dignified.

    Okay, the jig is up. We are living in a Circus Nation.

    Yes, Trump is a clown, but at least he has no pretenses. He plays it like a show cuz that’s what American Political and Media culture is. It is showbiz.

    Trump isn’t the only clown. They are all clowns. Obama, Clinton, Dubya, the presstitute journalists, so-called artists(who make junk for billionaires to bid on), partisan academics who cook up BS research, the results of which cannot be replicated. And the Pollsters did a Empress’s New Poll thing.

    I think what MSM feared so much was that Trump’s rise would expose all of them as clowns. After all, Trump could not have become president in a normal sober nation. The master clown became president because our nation is a clown show where Trump was considered half-decent for allowing Bruce ‘Caitlyn’ Jenner to go wee wee at Trump Towers. Yes, that is American Morality today. Trump can’t be all bad because a 65 yr old freak who thinks he’s a woman can go wee wee at Trump Tower.
    Now, who are most responsible for turning US into a circus nation? Who ran Hollywood, music industry, fashion industry, colleges, media, and etc? It wasn’t the 700 Club.

    So, I think the Trump phenom offers us an opportunity, a proposal.

    How about we require ALL politicians and ALL journalists and ALL academics to wear clown suits?
    Because such people dress properly and respectably, we have this false impression that they are serious people. We tend to judge people by their appearances.

    But clowns should really dress as clowns, and we would see them for what they are.
    And almost all politicians, journalists, academics, and elite folks are clowns.

    Consider these images:

    Wouldn’t we see such people for what they are if they dressed thus? We would no longer have any more pretenses about what they are.

    Now, even those in clown suits can do good work and redeem themselves. But clowns need to dress like clowns, and American culture, popular and political, has turned into a circus.

    DC ought to be called ClownTown.

  43. JohnDough says:

    Good comment. I guess they like people who leave their countries behind to immigrate here because they are passive in many regards. They didn’t fight to “Make Their Country Great” so they don’t want to go back. They are the perfect apathetic consumers, pawns, slaves, and minions that corporations, politicians, and our declining academic systems like. They will not fight for other groups outside of themselves and here they won’t fight much, they will accept low wages and bust unions. They are the cheap labor and easily manipulated voters that true blue exploiters dream of!

  44. Sigma K says:


    I am of middle eastern heritage and have a large family… Most of us agree with you.

    Family came here to become Americans. Not Arab Americans. Please no more of this ‘diversity’.

  45. chromack says:

    MSM Needs a New Voice! The “speaker’s protocol” of news and information discussion and commentary is now demonstrated to be obsolete. Hillary’s DNC Mass Multimedia production and its cheerleading celebrities calling for violent protests and riots in the streets has really driven this message home. We don’t want to hear such sylized propaganda and traitorous vitriol anymore! America and the Voice of America needs a new voice stylized to fit the reality of our evolving times. These pat production sets with their overbearing display of audio video technology synchronized with a constant authoritarian drivel is now seen to be just what it is – vain and useless. These mass media pseudo characters need to be replaced with real speakers who represent the common public interest with a genuine and honest down home style that makes practical sense. The current mass media establishment is nothing short of obnoxious commercialism that is actively contributing to and instigating disruptive social dysfunction. As I see it all the talking heads and stuffed shirts (and skirts) currently in vogue need to just ‘hit the road’ or retire and make way for real people with real needs and interests in a real new world.

  46. @syonredux

    Antonio Rodolfo Quinn Oaxaca. His father Francisco Quinn was also Mexican. His grandfather Quinn was an immigrant from Ireland.

    For the rest à chacun son goût. And y’all have fun in your perfect & perfectly white world, hear?

    • Replies: @ronehjr
    , @syonredux
  47. Alden says:

    A Jewish woman I know claims that Bannon and the rest of the Trump team are already setting up concentration camps for Jews and others who didn’t vote for Trump. The rest are weeping and wailing that Trump will overturn Roe vs Wade and medicare for old ladies and criminalize all forms of birth control because of his war on women.

    • Replies: @Anon
    , @Ivy
  48. The most amusing aspect of most Unitedstatesian “white racists” is that they are for the most part actually colorists, not only because “white” is not a race (nor is red or black or yellow), but because they are often quite confused about Caucasian, as exemplified by Kurds, Hindus, Iranians and many others who are mostly more purely Caucasian than the mongrelized Southron population, “black” and “white”.

    “Billy Joe Bob” Piyush Jindal is an instructive case. When he was elected governor of Lousisiana one local paper read, “First non-white governor since Reconstruction”.


  49. Alden says:
    @in the middle

    If minorities are more educated, more able to have a job and more entrepreneurial; why are in the fields picking tomatoes and apples? They don’t actually do the picking anyway. They just run the machines that do the picking and the packing. The tomatoes are picked by machine and plopped in cartons by machine and brought to the trucks by machine.

    They are also pretty well paid. A good farm worker is worth a lot. His wife and kids are on comfortable welfare and his paycheck is for the cars, vacations, Christmas and sending back to Mexico.

    As for the minority immigrants working as Drs, engineers and writing code, they are only in those jobs because of affirmative action.

    I’m sure you have noticed that the slogan of every HR department is minorities and women only.

  50. Alden says:
    @Astuteobservor II

    Liberals are bad. Every thing liberals do is bad. Liberals filed an affirmative action lawsuit that ruined my life, my finances, my career and my family. Therefore they are bad and everything they stand for is bad.

    • Replies: @Astuteobservor II
  51. MarkinLA says:
    @in the middle

    Pardon me if I am right.

    No you are not right, you are an idiot.

    They can be replaced with machines at any time – and the sooner the better. You don’t have to pay a machine’s welfare, its medical costs, its disability costs, and educate it’s baby robots. If machines can do fine surgery and build sophisticated microelectronics, they can pick apples.

  52. MarkinLA says:
    @Astuteobservor II

    mr pence doesn’t just go to church. he wants to create a christian theocracy

    Really? Back this up with some proof.

    • Replies: @Astuteobservor II
  53. @Alden

    can you provide more details? I just curious now. why would those hippies bother with small fries or are you a big fish?

  54. Anon • Disclaimer says:

    “A Jewish woman I know claims that Bannon and the rest of the Trump team are already setting up concentration camps for Jews and others who didn’t vote for Trump.”

    I didn’t vote at all.

    Am I doomed too?

  55. @MarkinLA

    do you not understand the point of “hyperbole”? thought that part was pretty clear.

    • Replies: @MarkinLA
  56. Anon • Disclaimer says:
    @Astuteobservor II

    “mr pence doesn’t just go to church. he wants to create a christian theocracy like the isis wants an islamic caliphate. see, don’t use hyperbole, it might backfire.”

    We already live in a theocracy. Homomania and Ziomania and MLK cults are the faiths of the land.

    I don’t know what Pence believes, but old time religion is dead.
    What is left are secular religions that sacralized cults of personalities, events, or lifestyles.

    Say unkind words about MLK or Mandela, and see what happens to you in government or elite institutions.

    You will be burned at the stake.

    • Replies: @Astuteobservor II
  57. fnn says:

    Morbid curiosity makes me wonder how Rick Wilson will make a living in the future:

    Rick Wilson ‏@TheRickWilson Nov 8
    1/ Let me make a note or two about THIS election day. First, nobody knows nothin’ except HRC’s campaign. THEY know things.
    0 replies 138 retweets 275 likes
    Reply Retweet 138
    Like 275


    Rick WilsonVerified account
    2. THEY have a turnout operation in key states with metrics. Trump and the RNC have Oiuja boards, wishcasting, and RUS bots.

  58. Ivy says:

    Some Jewish dinner companions last week said people in their local area were once again talking about having a bag packed. That seemed like more of a statement of frustration than a plan for action.

    How many people of any background actually move? Still waiting for news of anyone besides George Lopez, and his absence won’t register many places.

  59. Sam J. says:

    I don’t understand why POC, who constantly call White people racist and ignorant, think that we should like them. If you vote against White people’s interest and somehow think that you’re views morally untouchable it’s perfectly reasonable to be racist against that kind of behavior.

    • Replies: @MarkinLA
  60. @Colleen Pater

    Paragraphs may have made this worth reading but there’s a lot to read elsewhere too so I didn’t bother. My loss I’m sure but as with the people who don’t capitalise either, I just can’t be bothered.

  61. @Alden

    There exists B/W footage of an obvious argument between Secret Service members over the removal of standard protection protocols (running alongside the motorcade and standing on the rear bumper of the limo at low speeds) just seconds prior to the shooting of JFK.

    Who has the power to pull back the security? Who has the power to immediately insert a false narrative into the media? and who has the power to effect a cover-up?

  62. ronehjr says:

    Shouldn’t we actually want muslims to go back? Islam seems incompatible with any other creed or religion, and that includes other types of Islam.

    • Replies: @MarkinLA
  63. ronehjr says:
    @E. A. Costa

    How can you not understand that white people are tired being told how awful whiteness is and that the world would be better off without us. Obviously if we were not being shat on continuously in our own country, a country built by whites, we would not be starting the whitelash. That people like you cannot step outside yourselves for a second insures that we will not stop.

    • Replies: @E. A. Costa
  64. @foo

    Once upon a time, I decided to listen to all the extant recordings of Dr. Pierce.

    At no time- was any connection made between the White Nationalism he propounded and Hinduism [ regardless of whatever the Nazi officer corp.rituals were- that is debatable].

    While it is true- the origins of the swastika- there is no relationship or relevance to what is transpiring now.

  65. @foo

    Don’t worry about guys like the Aryan Knight. If this guy knew David Lane as I did and most likely knew Randy Weaver and some of the real resisters, he is down with the movement more than you fools.

    • Replies: @Kyle a
  66. @Colleen Pater

    Most of the people resisting the government are holed out in the hills and won’t come out. Electing Trump has not much effect on them since they shun the world and communicate by short wave, ham radio, and like myself, tapping into government satellite communications and rerouting the signal for our use. You post is non sense and idiotic.

    • Replies: @Colleen Pater
  67. Kyle a says:

    Knew him as you did? Lmao! You only know of his work by watching the history channel when theyre promoting hate week. Next your going to tell us that Metzger has you on speed dial. Lmao. Or wait a minute…. You have Hitler hiding out in your basement with you waiting for the reveloution. Lmao. The only fool at this site is you.

    • Replies: @Ironfist666
  68. @Anon

    if we are already living in that “theocracy” you just wrote, do you really think trump can win? or even run in the first place? hell, trump is the personification of your “cult of personalities”.

    • Replies: @Anon
  69. Miro23 says:

    The French aristocracy saw the Jacobins as out of control monsters, and the Russian aristocracy saw the Bolsheviks as out of control monsters (and they were right) but BTW both of them had long since retreated into their Bubbles and stopped caring about the well being of their citizens.

    Taking the line that every society has some kind of self-perpetuating aristocracy (if by another name), the aristocracy has the option of using its power to either to serve itself or serve the people, with too much “serve itself” being a well understood invitation to the out of control monster.

    Not to say that Trump is it. He isn’t, but the French Republican movement was taken over by the Jacobins and the Bolsheviks hijacked the Russian Social Revolutionary movement, so there may in fact be a subconscious foundation to the paranoia.

  70. Anon • Disclaimer says:
    @Astuteobservor II

    Trump got down on his knees to praise the holy homo.
    He said he will protect holy homos from the Muslim terrorists.

    And he never badmouthed blacks and pandered to them shamelessly.
    He only talked about victims of Hispanic crime.

    And he appeared at AIPAC and said hallelujah to Israel.

    So, he did conform to secular ideocracy of holy homo-ism, holy Negro-ism, and holy Zionism.

  71. L Garou says:

    But instead of lighting torches and going after ‘Frank’ we’re gonna light torches and come after you, the 5th Column M$M!

  72. @Anon


    I think it went totally crazy when the freak Michael Jackson started to grab his crotch after every BS number.
    I simpy, and I am no fuddy-duddy by any strech of the imagination, I simply could not believe my eyes, but wait a minute anybody remember Chunck Berry and his “Ding-a-ling”, or Mick Jager, with his pecker being the most obvious element of his atrocious “Music”.

    These are crude, low-life times, and when I consider the musical poetry of Cole Porter or Johnny Mercer, and then the rabid rantings of the Rap idiots, well all of this malaise brought to us by the democrats and their notion that anything is “Art”.

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

  73. MarkinLA says:
    @Astuteobservor II

    Sorry, My brain wasn’t working and I didn’t read the whole thing, even though I did read the whole thing.

  74. MarkinLA says:
    @Sam J.

    Replace POC with Jewish and racist with anti-Semitic and you come up with the same conclusion.

  75. MarkinLA says:

    Islam seems incompatible

    Forget “seems” and replace it with “is”. Add to your list – Western civilization.

  76. @Kyle a

    I testified Metzger’s trial in 1988. You have no idea how things went down. This is not the forum to discuss various White Nationalist events and there outcomes. Arm yourself , the action is now.

  77. @ronehjr

    Who are “white people”? Wasn’t Señor Clinton, for example, the first “black president”? Señor Obama, on the other hand–wasn’t he clearly the first “coffee-colored white racist president”?

    Bush–now there’s a challenge. One would be happy to call him the first “white moron” president, but unfortunately he was part of a long line-up on that score, including Bush the elder, Carter, Reagan, Kennedy, Johnson–and so forth.

    Go figure.

  78. @Fran Macadam

    I have often seen Jared Taylor maligned but I’ve never seen him proven wrong. I saw a debate on diversity in Canada where Jared Taylor’s opponent basically argued that diversity is a punishment that must be imposed on whites for their wickedness. He didn’t even attempt to show that whites benefited from it.

  79. Boris N says:

    Second, Gloria Gonzalez-Garcia, a Mexican-American explained to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram what a Trump victory meant: “We were getting the message, ‘If you are not white, you don’t belong here.’ ”

    It is interesting why this lady does not consider Mexicans as whites. They are most obviously neither black nor Asian. And the only really important marker of Hispanics is their Spanish (Catholicism is as widespread among non-Hispanic whites as Protestantism, so Catholicism cannot be an ethnic marker). But how does Spanish make one a non-white? American racial categories are stupid. As a result Americans make up inter-ethnic tensions from nothing.

    • Replies: @MarkinLA
  80. MarkinLA says:
    @Boris N

    Everybody wants to be part of a victim class in the US because of affirmative action set asides. This in a bizarre way proves that everybody knows it ism a scam and not what it is advertised as – a redress for past injustice.

  81. jtgw says:

    Here’s an interesting debunking of the “racism” accusations by a guy who is not a Trump supporter:

  82. syonredux says:
    @E. A. Costa

    Antonio Rodolfo Quinn Oaxaca. His father Francisco Quinn was also Mexican. His grandfather Quinn was an immigrant from Ireland.

    Yes, dear boy, Irish blood. It did Anthony Quinn a world of good.

    For the rest à chacun son goût. And y’all have fun in your perfect & perfectly white world, hear?

    If only, dear boy, if only.

  83. Carl says:

    You only have to look at 4chan! LMAO

  84. @Ironfist666

    LOL yeah Im sure your posse on Wylie knob has the UN troops held down

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