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WHEN IN THE US, SPEAK ENGLISH. Donald Trump’s retort to Jeb Bush’s rattling off in Spanish on the campaign trail conjures an old joke told in Israel of my youth. It was aimed at the ultra-orthodox Jew who dresses weirdly and won’t speak Hebrew. Here goes:

Walking down the street is a Sabra (a Jew born in Israel), clad in the pioneer’s outfit of shorts and a Tembel Hat. (“Tembel” is Hebrew for silly. The image below illustrates how not even a beautiful Israeli girl can dignify a hat so useless as to provide no protection from the merciless sun.)

From across the street, in Yiddish—the language of the diaspora—an ultra-orthodox Jew clad in black garb shouts obscenities at the Sabra. The minuscule ultra-orthodox community believes that speaking Hebrew before Messiah arrives is heretic and will delay the coming of Messiah (also known as the longest coming in history). For Messiah to materialize, the Jew must remain weak, dispossessed and persecuted—a sickly spirit without a corporeal country to call his own.

The Israeli shouts back, “Speak Hebrew, goy!” Goy meaning non-Jew.

Trump took a jab at Jeb for using Spanish to dismiss the mogul’s conservative credentials. Via CNN:

“‘I like Jeb,’ Trump told Breitbart News. ‘He’s a nice man. But he should really set the example by speaking English while in the United States.'”

The Trumpian reference was to the former Florida governor’s comments to reporters … about Trump’s policies. “‘El hombre no es conservador,’ Bush said, which translates to, ‘This man is not a conservative.'”

Not only was Trump’s visceral retort in defense of English righteous; it was also culturally conservative in the best of ways.

RESTORING TRUTH TO LANGUAGE. Paraphrased, here is a collection of Trumpian straight-talk on the Zeitgeist. (Donald’s “most notable insults,” as The Hill would have it):

* We are led by stupid people. Very, very stupid people.
* Media are dishonest.
* Talking to Anderson Cooper is a waste of time.
* War-all-the-time Charles Krauthammer is an overrated, clueless clown.
* Anthony Weiner is the definition of a perv. [Or, as one Jewish writer you’ll recognize put it, the “Weiner worm is a poster boy for anti-Semitism.”]
* Elizabeth Beck is disgusting. [She’s the wild-eyed attorney who turned a deposition of the busy businessman into a legal brief on pumping breast-milk.]
* The once-great National Review … [Trump translated: NR is no longer great.]
* “George Bush sends our soldiers into combat, they are severely wounded, and then he wants $120,000 to make a boring speech to them?” [Yet another insight about Genghis Bush shared by yours truly. My past post was referring, in particular, to Bush charging the “Helping a Hero” charitable fund for speaking (in tongues) to their beneficiaries. First Bush sent these soldiers to die for nothing in Iraq and Afghanistan. Next he robbed those who came back broken.]
* Penn Jillette’s show is terrible. [A self-evident truth.]

“Do we believe in the gene thing?” roared Trump at a crowd that had assembled to hear him speak in Mobile, Alabama, last month. Yes, he mentioned the G Factor. Trump was touting his genetic lineage; says he comes from a family of high-achievers.

Hasn’t the guy received any briefings on the prevailing linguistic Cultural Marxism—euphemized as political correctness—in the country he seeks to govern? It is an axiom of liberal establishmentarians like Jeb, George and the rest that the nature-nurture debate has been settled, politically, at least.

According to liberal liturgy, of which Trump appears to know nothing; if not for largely exogenous circumstances—all human beings would be capable of similar accomplishments. Many a co-opted scientist will second the political dictum that there is no such thing as general intelligence. Speak, if you must, about the phenotype—even genotype—of all individual traits other than intelligence. As for the possibility of group genotypic intelligence: Don’t go there!

On America’s conflict-of-interest riddled, corrupt press corps, Trump quipped: “Shouldn’t George Will have to give a disclaimer every time he is on Fox News that his wife works for Scott Walker?”

That brings me back to the topic of intelligence, to which Scott Walker relates as Trump relates to the tyranny of political correctness. In the course of vying for the Republican Party’s nomination in the 2016 presidential election, the governor from Wisconsin came up with another “conservative,” cogent idea: equal opportunity fencing. Reflexively—and laboring to show he does not discriminate against Mexico—Walker showed himself to be an indiscriminate bumpkin. To wit:

Walker has called building a wall along the border between the US and Canada a “legitimate issue.”

Illegal immigration and the security of the southern border with Mexico have been major issues in the Republican race for president, but the northern border has not been discussed.

Mr. Walker made the comments in response to a question from a NBC News reporter.

“That is a legitimate issue for us to look at,” he said …

Like the official left, these self-styled “conservatives” are in revolt against nature and reality. Canadian or Mexican; to the Bush and Walker egalitarian, the potential of all people is the same. Therefore all borders must be similarly defended or undefended.

Does the US have a problem with a deluge of illegal immigrants pouring over the Canadian border? No. Canada is a high-wage area. The US is a high-wage area. Latin America is a low-wage area. Migratory pressure, Mr. Walker, flows from low-wage to high-wage regions; from the Third World to the First World (until migratory equilibrium is reached when First World becomes Third World).

ORDER IT NOW

Donald Trump’s tone is unhelpful, Jeb Bush keeps sniveling in that soporific singsong of his. To the contrary. Not for nothing do our linguistic tormentors (like their communist-party mentors) seek to regulate language. For to be vested in linguistic accuracy, is to be vested in the truth. The closer the language we use approximates reality—and, by extension, the truth—the greater the likelihood that our actions will follow.

In this sense, Trump’s blunt, in-artful language is immensely helpful.

 
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  1. guest says:

    “Cultural conservatism” is neither here nor there regarding “speaking English while in the United States.” We can speak whatever damn language we want. There need not be one, and certainly conservatism has nothing to do with whether there is. Traditionally there have been many, if tradition is what matters (it doesn’t,apparently). What language fedguv conducts itself in, okay, that has something to do with it. Whether and what we teach kids in school, yes, though that shouldn’t be the president’s business. But this idea that we must speak the same tongue, the entire idea of the meltingpot in fact, strikes me as liberal (in the bad sense). They’re the ones who want everyone to think alike, and we think in words. Who knows, maybe Spanish has some great conservative words or sayings we’ve never heard.

    What Trump oughtta go after Jeb for, not that I care about Trump’s tactics, is pandering. More specifically, for pandering to an identity group outside of the Republican base. Because the people normally lulled into voting for Bushes don’t likely share the same interests as people who speak Spanish. And I wonder whether Jeb’s pandering hides darker motives (actually, I don’t wonder).

    • Replies: @Haxo Angmark
    , @ShlomoShunn
  2. there is, indeed, no problem with the Donald’s political linguistics. Unfortunately – given his record as a lifelong Left-liberal demoncrat (pet Senator: Chuck Schumer) – there is no substance to anything he says except, of course – and in this he is at one with the rest of the republiscam party – complete subservience to the Israel mob. And that, of course, is why Ilana Issacsohn-alias-Mercer, my favorite Libertarian-Zionist, is so hot for the Donald

    • Agree: Seamus Padraig
    • Replies: @Steve Tanton
  3. @guest

    you missed both Trump’s and Ilana’s point: Bush III is politiking for NATIONAL leadership. As such, he should be speaking the NATIONAL common language while politiking. That he does not do so tells us something important about Bush III: he and his globalist friends are out to destroy this nation. “guest”, who is not politiking for NATIONAL leadership, may of course speak any language he wants. In fact, I don’t even object to Bush III speaking Spanish, at home, to his non-English speaking (but somehow “legal” citizen) Mexican goblin wife

  4. Priss Factor [AKA "The Priss Factory"] says: • Website

    When I see Trump and Ted Cruz yammer about Iran, I could swear they are speaking in Yiddish.

    מיר דינען שעלדאָן אַדעלסאָן .

    • Replies: @Jefferson
    , @Sam Shama
  5. rod1963 says:

    Excellent analysis.

    His language is far more clear and appealing than the focus group tested and approved content free sound bites of that the rest of GOP clown car posse uses and which makes them look like the phonies they are.

    Here’s the drawback with content free speech, it only works on people that are happy with the status quo. If the speech doesn’t reflect existing realities of the target group you are trying to reach you’ll be considered a liar. It’s also very insulting to the audience and if they pick it up that you’re treating them like dummies, you just made a lot of enemies.

    Ignoring the disastrous effects of illegal immigration and free trade will do that. That’s why the GOP approved candidates are polling in the single digits or at zero.

    Trump gets that the working and middle-class have been kicked and gutted and now both are dying as a result of bad trade agreements that favor a elite and illegal immigration – that also favor the elite as well.

    He also knows if they aren’t fixed there won’t be a country left.

    Had he failed to bring them up and talk about them, he’d be just another candidate.

    These issues make Trump along with his old school presentation style make him relevant and the refusal of the others like Walker to bring them up makes them irrelevant. Jeb is reduced to joke status with his trans-racial and trans-national identity issues that everyone hates. He’s the political version of Caitlyn – a obscene joke that should have never been given the light of day.

  6. Priss Factor [AKA "The Priss Factory"] says: • Website

    Jeb speaks Negroes to sleep.

    • Replies: @jon
  7. It’s more in his devil-may-care attitude than the language he uses. Ignoring politically correct niceties is a great part of Trump’s charm, for lack of a better word.

  8. Jefferson says:
    @Priss Factor

    “When I see Trump and Ted Cruz yammer about Iran, I could swear they are speaking in Yiddish.

    מיר דינען שעלדאָן אַדעלסאָן .”

    And when I see Rand Paul yammer about the American criminal justice system is racist against Black males, I could swear he is speaking Ebonics.

    I will choose Donald Trump over any Libertardian any day of the week.

    • Replies: @ilana mercer
  9. Jefferson says:

    When I found out that the cuckservative Glenn Beck has an extreme hatred for Donald Trump, that just made me like The Donald even more.

    Donald Trump is an alpha male, which is the extreme opposite of the cuck Glenn Beck who started crying when talking about how it’s America duty to take in as many Syrian Muslim refugees as possible because America is a compassionate nation of immigrants in his eyes. Glenn Beck cries more than most women. He must have not had a very masculine upbringing as a child growing up in a very liberal SWPL suburb of Seattle.

  10. Truth says:

    The Donald doesn’t speak your language, but I’ve found someone who does! Here is a conservative lawmaker who knows how to conceal an affair with A WOMAN!

    Because he’s a Republican, he figured no one would bat an eyelash…

    “Courser, 43, of Lapeer in Michigan’s Thumb region, admitted sending an “outlandish” phony email to GOP activists and others in May claiming he was caught with a male prostitute. The email was intended to make his affair with the 42-year-old Gamrat appear less believable if it were exposed by an anonymous blackmailer who Courser said was demanding his resignation.

    The self-smear email called Courser a “bi-sexual porn addicted sex deviant” and “gun toting Bible thumping … freak” and Gamrat a “tramp.”

    http://news.yahoo.com/michigan-house-standstill-over-expelling-2-lawmakers-052431423.html

    • Replies: @Deduction
  11. iffen says:

    The closer the language we use approximates reality—and, by extension, the truth

    Only a small sliver of people are interested in this challenge, and not all of those will be interested in using that knowledge for the benefit of all.

  12. guest says:

    I agree that Mr. Trump helps to expose the mewling of Bush, et al.

    But take an hour or less to review his public statements over the years. It seems apparent that he’s telling you what you want to hear, not what he believes.

    And have you all forgotten his documented connections to the Clintons? Mr. Sailer and others were all over that in June and July.

    I know expressing the anger feels good, but why do you need to vent it through any politician, much less Donald Trump?

    Now watch the mob attack me as a Bushie, a prog, etc.

    • Replies: @Deduction
  13. War for Blair Mountain [AKA "Great Battle for Blair Mountain"] says:

    This should be our language-mantra on the 13 anniversary of 9/11:

    9/11 was completely avoidable…9/11 was massive indictment of the passage of the 1965 Immigration Reform Act and subsequent post-1965 Immigration Policy.

    If the 1965 Immigration Reform Act had not been passed…if there had been a National Origins Immigration Policy in place that completely excluded all Muslims…If all Muslims had been deported back to the Middle East….9/11 would never have occurred….The Fort Hood Masscacre never would have occurred….The Boston Marathon Bombing would never have occurred…The Chattanooga massacre never would have occurred…the attempted bombing of Times Square would never had occurred…..And millions of Muslims “Americans” would not be living in the US and enthusiastic voting Whitey into a violently persecuted racial minority on Nov 3 2016…

    9/11 was a massive indictment of the passage of The 1965 Immigration Reform Act.

    • Replies: @frankie p
  14. Here is an example of why Trump is winning:

    From CBS News (on-line only).

    “Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump repeated his claim Tuesday evening that he would stop eating Oreos, citing the cookie maker’s decision to close a plant in Chicago and move it to Mexico.

    …..Oreo’s parent company Mondelez International Inc. said last month that it decided to invest $130 million in building four new production lines at a plant in Mexico, which will replace nine older production lines at its Chicago plant.

    That will mean the number of jobs at the Chicago plant will go from about 1,200 to about 600, said Laurie Guzzinati, a Mondelez representative. But the plant in Chicago will remain open.

    Guzzinati said the decision to invest in the Mexico plant came after discussions with union representatives for workers at the Chicago plant. She said the company determined that the new production lines would cost $46 million less per year in Mexico than in Chicago, and said labor was “one of many factors.”

    No other Republican will touch this key issue, which 95% of Americans think is vital. Many of the elites mocked Trump for this, including multi-millionaire comedian Steven Colbert. They mock Americans for wanting to work in a cookie factory, saying they want all Americans to have a nice desk job at Google. They’ve even convinced many small minded Americans that they don’t want such jobs, so exporting them is great and allowing millions of illegals and legals into the USA for such jobs is a a great idea.

    In reality, Americans don’t like 99% of the jobs here, which is why we love paid holidays. Do you go to work on Thanksgiving for fun? Americans work if the pay, benefits, and work conditions are reasonable. No one wants to work in an auto factory in the USA, but there is wait list for new jobs because the pay is good. They are gradually breaking the unions and slowly driving down wages so that soon we’ll see illegals working in these plants since these are “jobs Americans don’t want.” They’ve already done this to the meat packers, truck drivers, and home construction industries. This is why this important news story got little coverage by the our corporate media, who focused on Trump’s comment that Fiorina does not look presidential.

    • Agree: iffen
    • Replies: @Deduction
  15. Sam Shama says:

    Very well done Ilana!

    Its uncanny, that encounter between the sabra and the pinguin’im; with the ‘minor’ addition of rocks thrown in our direction, it might well have been Mea Sharim on that 36C July day, 2013!

  16. Sam Shama says:
    @Priss Factor

    I know. btw, the texture of his face reminds me of matza balls suspended in brine!

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

    trump’s father was arrested in about 1927 because he was a member of the KKK who were rioting against the police. Google it.

    The young Trump mind was therefore injected with white pride memes, which protected his brain against the anti-white multiculturalism memes spread by Capital/BigBusiness/Govt/Academia/Media/Hollywood etc.

    The Trumpster is almost certainly against anti-white multiculturalism, affirmative action, mass immigration, political correctness, etc.

    He is however for nationalized healthcare and a strong social security.

    This means he is the best presidential candidate the white working class has ever seen.

    • Replies: @Hibernian
    , @Sam Houston
  18. War for Blair Mountain [AKA "Great Battle for Blair Mountain"] says:

    So what? To state the obvious:The Democratic Party=The La Raza Party…La Raza even has an office in the Democratic Party Whitehouse

    What about the Israelis? A whole nation that acts and thinks like the KKK…and this doesn’t bother the wealthy Jewish donors to the Democratic Party and to the SPLC.

    Emmit Till…father like son…father was a serial rapist and killer executed by the US Military.

    Emmit Till got what he deserved….

  19. Deduction says:
    @Truth

    I applaud his imagination.

    • Replies: @Truth
  20. War for Blair Mountain [AKA "Great Battle for Blair mountain"] says:
    @War for Blair Mountain

    My comments above are directed to radical centrist….

  21. Deduction says:
    @Carlton Meyer

    He really is Julius Ceasar. A traitor to the billionaire/patrician class and outstanding in his civilization’s most important endeavour, which in his case is media capitalism not warfare.

    Anyone here who doesn’t vote for him is nuts. He has shifted the Overton window absolutely miles towards immigration restriction.

    Those conspiracy nuts need to ask themselves, before they predictably announce another conspiracy, why would the elite create Trump? The pro-immigration consensus in America was indestructible before and now it is wide open.

    • Replies: @tbraton
  22. Deduction says:
    @guest

    And have you all forgotten his documented connections to the Clintons? Mr. Sailer and others were all over that in June and July.

    I know expressing the anger feels good, but why do you need to vent it through any politician, much less Donald Trump?

    Uh, because having someone win the presidency on the basis that they are a strict immigration restrictionist is good for immigration restrictionism.

    You are a classic concern troll. Or maybe you think people here are stupid enough to follow your advice and just do nothing?

    • Replies: @guest
  23. Realist says:

    Krauthammer is a pontificating prick whose self-worth is boundless.

    I hear George Will has extensive knowledge about baseball. When it comes to important, useful knowledge….not so much.

  24. Priss Factor [AKA "The Priss Factory"] says: • Website

    Trump’s appeal is partly ‘guy you love to hate’. His ‘bad boy’ politics is somewhat endearing.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hMiVs2SInCY

    US is a TMZ nation. Depressing but true. ‘Presidential’ has lost its meaning. Clinton began the TMZ business with his slick willy campaign. Boomers vulgarized everything into showbiz. In the 60s, they sought ‘authenticity’ but then settled on glitz.

    • Replies: @Gutenberg
  25. Flower says:

    I like DT. He seems forthright, attentive, and (dare I use this word) honest. Yes, he does speak our language and the polls agree. However, considering the last 3 “Presidents”, well, the only thing cheaper than talk in America today is the value of human life.

    The problems that we face are NOT the result of politicians doing things wrongly, or stupidly, or dishonestly, our problems are a result of the rest of us NOT doing anything about it, i.e. calling those “very, very stupid” aholes to task.

    The .00001% will remove a prez if he isn’t doing what they want. They will either assassinate thru the press, or assassinate in the flesh. It doesn’t matter to them. The pay’s the same.

    If the only thing that I MIGHT experience from robbing a bank is the community giving me a collective “Shame on you”, I’m heading to the nearest bank with a really big sack.

    It ain’t up to DT, it’s up to us.

  26. @Haxo Angmark

    Yes, you may have a point about linguistics, but we disagree on the liberal-left thing. Sure, he has a history, but why was it ok for Reagan to change and not Trump?

    • Replies: @guest
    , @Pure and Easy
  27. Did he steal the hat and the donkey?

  28. Priss Factor [AKA "The Priss Factory"] says: • Website

    Maybe this can be Trump’s song.

    He is playing our song.

    (Personally, I think he’s a total fraud but entertaining. It’s like Elvis was a fraud. He was really owned by Colonel Parker despite his bad boy image.)

  29. Truth says:
    @Deduction

    I mean dude, he tries to pull of an elaborate ruse of having homosexual sex with a gay prostitute because he feels his party leadership would find it preferable to his having an affair with a chick.

    Your party is so done.

    • Replies: @SecretaryNS
  30. Priss Factor [AKA "The Priss Factory"] says: • Website

    The Iraq War was an albatross around the GOP’s neck since 2003.

    But because GOP had been so committed to the war, it was difficult to get rid of despite the fact that it became almost as unpopular(maybe even more so)than Vietnam War.
    McCain had it around his neck. Romney had it around his neck. And among all the candidates this time around, only Trump is openly saying it was big big mistake in no uncertain terms. So, many Republicans and conservatives are hopeful that Trump will be the one in the GOP who will really repudiate a disaster war. With Trump, many Cons feel that they’ve been unchained from the Iraq Ball iron ball.
    In contrast, Hillary supported the war, as well as wars under Obama.

    But is Trump for real? He talks big about bad Iraq was but talks as if he wants US to get involved in new wars against ISIS and Iran when the best policy would be pull out totally and stop working with ‘allies’ like Turkey and Saudi Arabia to destabilize Syria.

    Also, Trump says he’s for big fat legal immigration, which is actually more damaging than illegal immigration.

    Trump is a sociopathic liar. He has no sense of principles.

  31. @Truth

    Once of us isn’t grasping the story correctly. Seems to me the fake email was to be bandied about as an obvious lie by a deranged lunatic. Either way, holy hell are politicians disgusting.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @Truth
  32. @Priss Factor

    How is legal immigration more damaging than illegal immigration?

  33. Priss Factor [AKA "The Priss Factory"] says: • Website
    @SecretaryNS

    Because at least in theory, illegals should be deported. In contrast, masses of legal immigrants in the US have full protection of the law and can invite their relatives forever and ever.

    Also, even most legal immigrants are from non-white nations. Tons of Negro Africans are coming, and a single Negro is worse than 50 Mexicans.

  34. Gutenberg says:
    @Priss Factor

    Thanks for that, that guy was a hoot.

    Everything from twenty or thirty years ago seems more vivid, emotional, and real.

  35. jon says:
    @Priss Factor

    I always enjoy the ‘Stump for Trump’ ladies. I wonder which came first, this video or Trump’s similar ‘Sleep Aid’ ad on instagram: https://instagram.com/p/7YV_u_mhWB/

  36. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @SecretaryNS

    Don’t feed the trolls.

  37. Biff says:

    But he should really set the example by speaking English while in the United States.’”

    Does this sanctify every language? Should people only speak Portuguese when in Portugal? Is there something wrong with asking directions in English when I’m lost in Japan? If you’re bi-lingual in America should you have that non-english speaking portion of your brain removed?

    This is where some of these wing-nuts(like the author) end up being victims of their own sanctimony…

  38. guest says:
    @Steve Tanton

    There was evidence that Reagan changed, in his own hand, gradually and over decades, though not as much as people pretended. I have no idea where Trump stands on a panoply of issues, nor when he got there.

  39. frankie p says:
    @War for Blair Mountain

    You’re a year late. The thirteenth anniversary was in 2014.

  40. Priss Factor [AKA "The Priss Factory"] says: • Website

    I think Jeb is faltering because he runs his campaign like this:

    But even if Jeb were more likable — actually, he would be more appealing and exciting if he were less ‘likable’ and gooey — , does anyone really think Americans want another Bush?

  41. tbraton says:
    @Deduction

    “The pro-immigration consensus in America was indestructible before and now it is wide open.”

    I thought you said you were English. You seem to have your finger on the pulse of American politics. What is your game anyway? I would think you would be more concerned about David Cameron in your home country than about Republican Party politics in a foreign country. Cameron seems to have “gone wobbly” on “Syrian” refugees, as the late Margaret Thatcher would put it.

    • Replies: @Deduction
  42. Hibernian says:
    @Leftist conservative

    His father died in the post WW1 flu epidemic which was at least 5 years before 1927.

    • Replies: @Leftist conservative
  43. @Priss Factor

    “And among all the candidates this time around, only Trump is openly saying it was big big mistake in no uncertain terms.” – Priss Factory

    Correction: “only Trump” is clear on what a huge mistake the Iraq War was – that is, only Trump among Republican candidates. However, Jim Webb among all contenders (Webb is a Democrat, former senator from Virginia) is the only one who opposed entering the war back in 2002 – stating clear and cogent reasons and deliberately going on the record at that time, for the sake of the national interest and of active-duty personnel who would be left to pick up after the idiots and profiteers.

    See, article from The Hill –

    http://thehill.com/blogs/pundits-blog/presidential-campaign/241268-america-needs-a-vietnam-veteran-like-jim-webb-for

    On immigration, see C-span video of Webb addressing the nations’ sheriffs –

    http://www.c-span.org/video/?c4543037/jim-webb-talks-immigration

    But don’t check that video out unless you are prepared to listen to a serious and intelligent person, who pays you and the American people the compliment of addressing issues realistically and honestly.

    Want something different? Want someone real?

    If we would judge on actual issues and on proven character, Jim Webb clearly belongs at the top of any sane list of candidates for the presidency. What is wrong with our country? What is wrong with the American people?

    • Replies: @AnalogMan
    , @Hersh
  44. @Steve Tanton

    Reagan became a Republican long before he ran for president. He moved towards conservatism early and endorsed Eisenhower in both elections.

    Trump’s worships himself more than anything. There’s authenticity is some of the things he says but in the end he’s found hot button issues that many people are in agreement.

    I doubt he really believed that Obama was born in Kenya. But Trump doesn’t back down, so he kept doubling down. He continues to argue an extreme position as a salesman. To follow him is to follow a ring master in a circus.

    He’s refreshing for calling people out be they media, other candidates, whoever. In the end he won’t win he presidency.

    • Agree: Seamus Padraig
  45. AnalogMan says:

    That’s a beautiful Israeli girl? Ye gads!

    For Messiah to materialize, the Jew must remain weak, dispossessed and persecuted—a sickly spirit without a corporeal country to call his own.

    Yes, I know the feeling well. I used to have such a country; it was called South Africa. But Ilana and her family and co-ethnics thought it needed transforming. So they worked hard to destroy the old South Africa, and gave us the new Rainbow Nation.

    Ilana doesn’t live there any more. I wonder why?

  46. AnalogMan says:
    @MisterCharlie

    I watched the video.

    Useless.

    If he’s “at the top of any sane list of candidates for the presidency”, it’s no wonder people are prepared to settle for insane. Anything has to be better than more of the same.

    • Replies: @MisterCharlie
  47. Leftist conservative [AKA "radical_centrist"] says: • Website
    @Hibernian

    His father died in the post WW1 flu epidemic which was at least 5 years before 1927.

    But Trump was born in 1946. Oops.

    Like I said, google it. The address for the arrested Fred Trump was the same one for Donald’s father. Two Fred Trumps living at the same address!?

    Why do I bother…?

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

    the real value of trump is that he dares to speak ill of immigrants, and since most immigrants are nonwhite, he dares to speak ill of nonwhites. I refer to Trump’s comments that illegals are raping, etc.

    This anti-immigrant speech of his contradicts the long-dominant multiculturalist propaganda regime that was installed in american minds starting decades ago.

    Perhaps the primary axiom of this multiculturalist propaganda regime is that Immigrants Are Good People.

    This primary axiom is crucial in the process of manufacturing consent for mass immigration.

    Forget the GOP. Forget the wall. Forget policy specifics. Forget conservatism.

    That stuff is mere window dressing, a distraction.

    What really matters is attacking the primary axioms or tenets of the dominant propaganda regime. And Trump has done that. He has dared to insinuate that immigrants may not be Good People.

    And he has done what no other prominent voice has dared to do–to go directly against the primary axiom of the multiculturalism-based growth scheme that the corporations/govt/media have crammed down our throats.
    This is what really scares the big corporations and the media that is funded by them and that speaks for them.

    This is why the media has savaged trump at every possible opportunity. It’s not because they think he might build a wall. That is laughable. They fear him because he has a bully pulpit and he is damaging the grip of the multiculturalist propaganda that facilitates and enables the mass immigration growth machine that feeds corporate profits via flooding of the labor supply, wage depression and growth in consumer base.

    This is the first battle we the white middle class have won in decades. And hopefully trump will get elected. You see, trump’s value to us middle class whites is not what he might do in office, but what he might say during the campaign or while in office.

    This whole multiculturalist propaganda regime depends on the integrity and dominance of the primary tenets of multiculturalism, and the most important one is that immigrants are good people. The regime has long pushed the subtextual idea that immigrants are sacred and holy. Trump threatens that depiction.

    If trump can destroy that idea, then that is a major step towards breaking the grip of corp/gov/media.

    • Replies: @Biff
  49. Deduction says:
    @tbraton

    I thought you said you were English. You seem to have your finger on the pulse of American politics. What is your game anyway? I would think you would be more concerned about David Cameron in your home country than about Republican Party politics in a foreign country. Cameron seems to have “gone wobbly” on “Syrian” refugees, as the late Margaret Thatcher would put it.

    I’ve been reading Steve Sailer for a decade, so I am quite invested in American politics.

    As for Cameron, I trust that he wants to do the right thing but he’s fighting the spirit of the times and is constantly in danger of being labelled ‘nasty’ or some sort of childish but weirdly effective insult.

    This means that he cannot win every battle, but he choose how he loses.

    Loudly proclaiming his generous change of heart by agreeing to take 20,000 refugees by 2020 is exactly that.

    It’s not ideal, but as a percentage of the flow it is very small and, what is clever, is that it is structured over years.

    It forms a pretty decent line in the sand and defeats the ridiculous emotionalism over the child who died in a boat going from safe Turkey to safe Greece.

    On a different note.

    Why do I trust Cameron? I trust him automatically for various personal reasons, but also because the first things the Conservatives did when they gained their own majority was to try to deal with our immigration problem. This means that they did it as far away from an election as possible. This is the opposite of what US politicians do.

  50. @AnalogMan

    To AnalogMan:

    I suspect you did not read anything about Webb’s stand on the Iraq War or anything else from the article at The Hill. You probably watched only the first part of Webb’s answer to a question about the constitutionality of ‘sanctuary cities’ and, even then, you ignore his emphasis on law enforcement not being “required” to check immigrants’ legal status – implying that Webb considers it to be proper for law enforcement to retain the option or right to check those.

    In no way do Webb’s remarks indicate that he approves local laws, policies or regulations that prevent (under color of state law) local law enforcement from cooperating with Federal immigration enforcement efforts – as in the notorious San Francisco (Juan FranciscoLopez-Sanchez) case. Actually, Webb has indicated that, in the normal course of things, he expects local law enforcement to cooperate with detention requests from Federal law-enforcement. Webb, addressing a national convention of sheriffs, is expressing his understanding of pragmatic decisions by local jurisdictions that give local law enforceent some discretion in regard to allocation of resources respecting illegal immigration.

    Webb is a pragmatist. On the question of how he would enforce provisions of Simpson-Mazzoli, he references some criminal and some terrorist motivations of illegal immigrants. Unfortunately, the video is cut off before Webb can get to his answer to the question of how he agrees or disagrees with Obama’s pragmatic policy of not prioritizing enforcement for all illegal immigrants. Webb does, however, in the latter half of the video, indicate understanding of the reality that Simpson-Mazzoli (Reagan’s amnesty bill) has been a failure.

    In no way is Webb promoting Jeb Bush’s “Immigrants are an engine of economic vitality.” In no way is Webb committed to a legal path to citizenship for illegal immigrants.

    I realize that you want more, and that you are probably a one-issue voter, but – speaking for myself – the one issue of greatest importance is finding the best qualified of the candidates. Among the other candidates – Repiublican or Democratic – there is no one with military experience including combat comparable to Webb’s. Senator Linsey Graham (R – South Carolina) is the only one (other than Webb) with any military service whatsover, and Graham’s millitary service is entirely as a lawyer – about as far from either (1) combat or (2) command as can be imagined. Webb has both of those covered: (1) Webb has received both the Navy Cross and the Silver Star, and, (2) served as Secretary of the U.S. Navy during the Reagan administration.

    But if you prefer Lindsey Graham, you may as well understand that he is an advocate of immigration “reform” including a path to citizenship.

    To radical_centrist:

    I like Donald Trump too, but I just do not understand how it is that the one thing that joins Webb and Graham is that both are kept out of the running by the gatekeepers of MSM and of the blogosphere. What’s wrong with the American people that they meekly accept judgments of idiotic media gatekeepers? Are we incapable of thinking for ourselves?

    • Replies: @Deduction
  51. Truth says:
    @SecretaryNS

    I guess I did read that a little too quickly, but either way, do you really start this kind of rumor about yourself? Especially given the fact that too many conservative republicans have done this sort of thing already?

    • Replies: @Deduction
  52. Deduction says:
    @MisterCharlie

    Graham is a weasel. Military service or not. Webb would be a great VP for Trump going into the election but I have no idea what Webb would say to such an offer. Carson would also be great. They would ameliorate a lot of the inevitable liberal criticism and bring key voters constituencies on board.

  53. Hersh says:
    @MisterCharlie

    Webb might be a great choice but the only Democrats the media will talk about are Clinton, Biden and Sanders. Right now, the media mostly wants to talk about Biden losing his son. In other words, making an issue of something that has nothing to do with anything of any importance to the nation.

    Am I the only one in America who thought it was bizarre for Joe Biden to go on the Colbert show? He didn’t have to go! Why? Why would a comedy show want to interview someone about a terrible personal loss?

  54. Deduction says:
    @Truth

    By ‘too many’ you mean 3 out of thousands…whatever, try and score some points on my fertile ground.

    People have all sorts of weird sexual kinks. I don’t personally care if a political candidate is a swinger. Mostly I just want them to evaluate every political proposition by one main factor ‘is it good for British people.’

    It’s a simple and surely uncontroversial requirement. I’m surprised you don’t agree and instead prefer to snipe from the sidelines.

  55. Truth says:

    3? I’m afraid not, Bro:

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/06/29/gay-political-scandals-politicians-claims-sexuality-_n_1638201.html

    “It’s a simple and surely uncontroversial requirement. I’m surprised you don’t agree and instead prefer to snipe from the sidelines”

    I don’t have any problem with people’s “weird sexual kinks”, my problem is that, maybe, if you have them YOU DON’T SPEAK OUT, AND TRY TO PASS LEGISLATION AGAINST THEM.

  56. @guest

    > “But this idea that we must speak the same tongue, the entire idea of the meltingpot in fact, strikes me as liberal”

    Right. Because when you go to a hospital you want to have to know 6 languages to receive healthcare via your variously-tongued providers.

  57. Dr. Doom says:

    Donald Trump is the last gasp of Democracy. You don’t get anything by voting. You never did. They will all draw their long knives and kill Trump. The Dead Elephant Society will tank him in phony caucuses as they march to the Elephant Graveyard. They’ll probably push Bush or Magic negro II Carson onto the ticket. That’s the end right there.
    I don’t know what kind of fantasy world these cucksters live in the phony gilded fishbowl of the DC Metro area, but out here in the World, people are pissed. There have been decades of downward spirals from phony recoveries and ignored inflation.
    People are not satisfied with less. This isn’t inevitable, its greedy bastards who are slitting their own throats by slashing and burning their own power base. Those crapweasels, like Roverrated, Bad Whig George Will, and Dr. Strangelove Krautblamer better not miss the last helicopter out of Saigon, because the Government is going down.
    The people deserve better. They know who’s to blame. The Dinosaur Media is an echo chamber that no one watches or listens to anymore. In space, no one can hear you scream. On television, no one hears or cares to find out. That narrative is just too old to stand up anymore.

  58. Biff says:
    @Leftist conservative

    And Trump has done that. He has dared to insinuate that immigrants may not be Good People.

    Is there such a thing as “Good People”?

    • Replies: @Chris Mallory

  59. Anthony Weiner is the definition of a perv. [Or, as one Jewish writer you’ll recognize put it, the “Weiner worm is a poster boy for anti-Semitism.”]

    I think Carlos Danger has been dethroned as poster boy by another NY official. Unbelievable.

  60. War for Blair Mountain [AKA "Great Batte for Blair Mountain"] says:

    The only viable alternative to Tumpism is: highly racialized…highly zenophobic….pro-Native Born White American Working Class Peasant Revolt…..economically progressive Racial Nationalism….Now that’s the ticket!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  61. guest says:
    @Deduction

    Assuming that you’re the only “Deduction,” elsewhere in this thread you say that you reside in the UK. Maybe that’s why, when I promise not to cancel a fellow American’s vote, they seem to take it better than you do.

    I had to look up “concern troll,” but still find your use of it confusing. Must a sincere participant on this site think that voting in a US Presidential election will make any substantial difference in his life?

    My point is that, if you wished to do so, you could learn in 5 minutes that Mr. Trump spoke publicly out of the other side of his mouth on “immigration restrictionism” with respect to the unsuccessful Romney. That he has so many fanboys foaming at the mouth when someone takes note of that or his more disturbing statements underscores the level to which national politics has sunk in my country.

    From where I sit, your Mr. Cameron looks and sounds like a creepier Bush II. But whether you vote Labor or Conservative doesn’t mean spit to me.

    • Replies: @Deduction
  62. Hugo says:
    @Priss Factor

    I find it funny that a Jewish supremacist such as Mercer says that Trump speaks OUR language. As if Mercer and her kin are on the side of Europeans.

    And nice usage of an Israeli story to draw a parallel to America. Cause don’t you know Israel and America are soooo similar.

    • Disagree: Deduction
  63. Deduction says:
    @guest

    I had to look up “concern troll,” but still find your use of it confusing. Must a sincere participant on this site think that voting in a US Presidential election will make any substantial difference in his life

    Donald Trump would have a very different effect on the future of the US than would Bush.

    Your concern trolling call to inaction is so boring. ‘Hey guys, don’t vote – it’ll change nothing, instead do nothing because that’ll work out great!’

    My point is that, if you wished to do so, you could learn in 5 minutes that Mr. Trump spoke publicly out of the other side of his mouth on “immigration restrictionism” with respect to the unsuccessful Romney

    Pim Fortuyn was a Marxist when he was younger, yet he died for Dutch patriotism. People change their minds! Trump has made real sacrifices for his Presidential campaign, both social and monetary it makes me trust him somewhat.

    From where I sit, your Mr. Cameron looks and sounds like a creepier Bush II.

    Yes, you sit in ignorance. I get it. Stop proclaiming it so enthusiastically.

    But whether you vote Labor or Conservative doesn’t mean spit to me.

    As I was saying…

    • Replies: @guest
  64. guest says:
    @Deduction

    Those who equate “don’t vote” and “do nothing” are irredeemably gulled.

    I’ll wait for you to tell me at the finish line how Donald Trump or any other of these parasites helped you run the race.

  65. Priss Factor [AKA "The Priss Factory"] says: • Website
    @Hugo

    Everyone talks so much shit nowadays.

    Get a load of this:

    http://www.news24.com/SiteElements/HomePage/NewsYouShouldKNow/Hungary-migrant-treatment-like-Nazi-era-20150912

    The lowlife Germanics are using the refugee crisis to accuse OTHERS of being like Nazis.

    It’d be like Japanese accusing others of acting like loony Jappers in Nanking.

    How about every people just own up to their own history and shut up.

    Now, we have the spectacle of former Nazis accusing others of being the New Nazis.

    How precious.

    And I don’t know what kind of language this is. Disingenuese.

  66. @SecretaryNS

    Legal immigration brought to the US, the Irish, Germans, Italians, Greeks, and hordes of Eastern European scum. All of those groups damaged the nation left to us by the Founders. The hordes of immigrants who were not British Protestants directly lead to the mess we face today. The borders should have been closed in 1800.

    • Replies: @Ttjy
    , @anowow
    , @Hibernian
  67. @Biff

    Those British Protestants who founded this nation and their descendants are “Good People”.

  68. Ttjy says:
    @Chris Mallory

    They should have stopped immigration or only let people in from the UK. Maybe there was so much land and so few people coming on boats that they didn’t think it was a big deal. They could have just kept the original 13 colonies and kept everybody else out and let France or Spain develop the west.

    I’d like to read up on their exact thinking back then. I know Franklin didn’t like all the Germans coming in.

    It’s amazing the US let the “great wave” happen too,until they stopped it in 1924. Was it business who wanted more workers just like today?

  69. anowow says:
    @Chris Mallory

    The “mess” as you call it is a direct result of liberal British Protestant conceits. Anglo Protestants set the tone for how this country developed. Domestically and globally, liberalism has been an Anglo-American project.

    I’d rather have a million Germans minding their own business and building profitable communities than a bunch of New England busy-bodies, WASP bankers or South Carolina blood-thirsty cretins.

    The Irish, specifically the ones who settled in Northern cities, did contribute negatively in the form of machine politics and victimization narratives/politics of ethno-religious resentment.That said, Southerners were just as corrupt and, via their appetite (not that they sailed the ships) for slave labor, have done as much to harm the country as the Irish in the North. And, as previously alluded to, let’s not get started on WASP greed and self-righteous messianic politics.

  70. KenH says:

    Mercer makes many salient observations and seems favorable to Donald Trump, but that is only because he’s very friendly to Israel and the Jewish people and it has little to do with any benefit a Trump presidency might offer to beleaguered whites. Were Trump to advocate reducing the 4 billion we give Israel, busting up the Jewish ownership of the US news media or advocating that AIPAC register as an agent of a foreign power, she would be taking a different tack since that wouldn’t be good for Jews.

  71. @Hugo

    And nice usage of an Israeli story to draw a parallel to America. Cause don’t you know Israel and America are soooo similar.

    Actually, for all of their differences, there are some odd similarities between the US and Israel: for example, both are aggressive, expansionistic settler states that have murdered and displaced the natives in order to swipe their land.

    Oh… and at present, both countries seem to be dominated by an Azhkenaz-heavy ruling-class.

    See?

  72. Israelis with Temble hats and donkeys are no more American than Mexicans with sombreros and donkeys. If someone were minding the border, neither would be here.

  73. iffen says:
    @anowow

    South Carolina blood-thirsty cretins.

    Describing South Carolinians as cretins is uncalled for.

    • Replies: @anowow
  74. anowow says:
    @iffen

    Cretins maybe is uncalled for the entire state (I stress maybe). Dangerous, unhelpful, blood-thirsty, hypocritical pathological are all fitting descriptors when we consider what has passed for public figures from that state for the past 200 years.

    But I’ll reserve the right to insult those foolishly naive, arrogant creatures who fired on Sumter.

    Massachusetts and South Carolina are two states the rest of us could have done without.

    • Replies: @iffen
  75. @Leftist conservative

    “trump’s father was arrested in about 1927 because he was a member of the KKK who were rioting against the police. Google it.”

    O.k.I googled it.
    1. They don’t know if it was even the same Trump.
    2. The Trump who is mentioned was “discharged” meaning he was released without any criminal charge. Possibly because he was accidently caught up in a riot and had no Klan
    affiliation what so ever!

    • Replies: @Leftist conservative
  76. iffen says:
    @anowow

    I am glad to see that you are a reasonable person. If you will delete pathological I will leave you alone. I also see that by naming Massachusetts you are fair minded. I would like to point out that as far as I known, SC never hung women for witchcraft.

    BTW, Andy Jackson was from SC and he held the Union together and didn’t even need a Civil War to get it done.

  77. @anowow

    “That said, Southerners were just as corrupt and, via their appetite (not that they sailed the ships) for slave labor, have done as much to harm the country as the Irish in the North. ”

    I don’t think Southerners generally sailed or owned the ships. I’m not even sure if many of the slave traders and merchants were Southerners. The average Southerner was a small farmer who lived outside the slave/mercantile economy. If anything, I’d be willing to bet that the average merchant, trader, worker and consumer in the North benefited more from the produce of the plantations than did the small farmers of the South.

  78. Leftist conservative [AKA "radical_centrist"] says: • Website
    @Sam Houston

    “trump’s father was arrested in about 1927 because he was a member of the KKK who were rioting against the police. Google it.”

    O.k.I googled it.
    1. They don’t know if it was even the same Trump.

    I assume you missed the part where he lived at the same address that trump’s father lived at…and he even had the same name! Same name…same address?? hello?

    2. The Trump who is mentioned was “discharged” meaning he was released without any criminal charge. Possibly because he was accidently caught up in a riot and had no Klan
    affiliation what so ever!

    Oh, sure, and maybe was playing an innocent game of kickball in the street.

    I think it’s good that trump was raised by a KKKer (since you seemed to have missed that implication).

  79. Hibernian says:
    @anowow

    “The Irish, specifically the ones who settled in Northern cities, did contribute negatively in the form of machine politics and victimization narratives/politics of ethno-religious resentment.”

    Those who built the homes, offices, roads, bridges, and factories, wanted something to show for it.

  80. Svigor says:

    It’s more in his devil-may-care attitude than the language he uses. Ignoring politically correct niceties is a great part of Trump’s charm, for lack of a better word.

    America’s dying to see the leftist corporate media backhanded over the desk. Trump’s as close as we’re gonna get.

    When I found out that the cuckservative Glenn Beck has an extreme hatred for Donald Trump, that just made me like The Donald even more.

    Yep. It’s great to hear Beck and his extreme cuckservative round table wring their hands and kvetch about how Trump’s not a conservative, he’s another Obama, etc. “Another Obama”? How tone deaf are these cucks?

    But take an hour or less to review his public statements over the years. It seems apparent that he’s telling you what you want to hear, not what he believes.

    Trump’s far more likely to do what we want on immigration than any of the rest. *drops mic*

    Anyone here who doesn’t vote for him is nuts. He has shifted the Overton window absolutely miles towards immigration restriction.

    Those conspiracy nuts need to ask themselves, before they predictably announce another conspiracy, why would the elite create Trump? The pro-immigration consensus in America was indestructible before and now it is wide open.

    Correct. Sure, he can betray us after he’s elected. But anyone can betray anyone – so what? I’d rather go with the guy who is beholden only to himself, and promised us real immigration reform (and bloodied the leftist corporate media’s nose) than the guys who are wholly beholden to the open-borders donor class, and promising us more of what we’ve been getting since 1965.

    Does this sanctify every language? Should people only speak Portuguese when in Portugal? Is there something wrong with asking directions in English when I’m lost in Japan? If you’re bi-lingual in America should you have that non-english speaking portion of your brain removed?

    This is where some of these wing-nuts(like the author) end up being victims of their own sanctimony…

    If I had political aspirations in Portugal, I’d learn Portuguese and campaign in that language, not pander to a foreign element in that country, in some other language. I certainly wouldn’t pretend to hold the moral high ground if I did otherwise.

    Unless I just hated the Portuguese and wished them harm, of course.

    Trump’s worships himself more than anything. There’s authenticity is some of the things he says but in the end he’s found hot button issues that many people are in agreement.

    Trump’s arrogance seems as likely to help as to harm. Arrogance can be a powerful moral motivator: “eff that, I made a promise and I’m keeping it. Flip-flopping is for lesser men.”

    Mercer makes many salient observations and seems favorable to Donald Trump, but that is only because he’s very friendly to Israel and the Jewish people and it has little to do with any benefit a Trump presidency might offer to beleaguered whites. Were Trump to advocate reducing the 4 billion we give Israel, busting up the Jewish ownership of the US news media or advocating that AIPAC register as an agent of a foreign power, she would be taking a different tack since that wouldn’t be good for Jews.

    I don’t buy it. Open borders is a standard Jewish position.

  81. @anowow

    The Irish, specifically the ones who settled in Northern cities, did contribute negatively in the form of machine politics and victimization narratives/politics of ethno-religious resentment.

    Well, the dirty mass murderer and plunderer that was a protestant Puritan Lord Protectorate of the Commonwealth in the early 1600’s had a lot to do with Irish resentment.

    Puritan protestants spawned the half-wit Zionist fundamentalists we have stinking today in the US.

  82. Svigor says:

    Well, the dirty mass murderer and plunderer that was a protestant Puritan Lord Protectorate of the Commonwealth in the early 1600′s had a lot to do with Irish resentment.

    Importing people who resent you is a bad idea.

    • Replies: @Joe Franklin
  83. @Svigor

    Importing people who resent you is a bad idea.

    The protestant Puritans in England enforced a starvation scheme on the Irish, along with many other deprivations and murders, causing the mass migration of Irish to America.

    If the British were to stop their ridiculous meddling and oppression of other people, then you likely wouldn’t see angry people at the British door step.

    I suppose the Irish could have joined with the Germans to kill off the British empire, but they instead chose to remain neutral.

    I find it interesting that Jewish people have integrated effectively into the British empire, so much so as to be part of the Royal family.

    It makes sense for English protestants to be so well integrated with Jewish people, knowing that Judaism is very rapacious toward the more decent white gentiles.

  84. @Hugo

    And nice usage of an Israeli story to draw a parallel to America. Cause don’t you know Israel and America are soooo similar.

    The US and Israel are very similar in their politics.

    Both the US and Israel have an ultra-large, anti Nazi-white supremacist victim cult that composes more than 80% of voters.

    Both the US and Israel are national democracies.

    Both the US and Israel have ideological tension between a left and right, where the left espouses secular Judaism (Democrats) and the right espouses conservative Judaism (Republicans).

  85. I forgot to mention another important similarity between the US and Israel.

    The US and Israel both have preferential immigration and citizenship policies for victim cult people.

    Israel has its Law of Return for anti Nazi, anti white supremacist Jewish victim cultists.

    The US has preferential immigration for anti Nazi, anti white supremacist victim cult people, in particular these victim cultists:

    Jewish (oppressed by gentile)
    Queer (oppressed by straight)
    Latino (oppressed by Gringo)
    Hispanic (oppressed by Gringo)
    Muslim (oppressed by Christian)
    Women (oppressed by men)
    Afro Black (oppressed by white)
    Asian (oppressed by occidental)

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