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Donald Trump & the Long Con

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Anybody want to buy a used MAGA cap? Grilling season starts next month, and I hope that Ann Coulter takes me up on my offer to stop by with remaindered copies of In Trump We Trust. They should burn fine in my fire pit as we roast wieners, drink martinis, and lament the passing of a future that was never to be, like those jetpacks and flying cars from Popular Mechanics circa 1957. Donald Trump’s betrayal of his voting base concerning immigration is so profound and disheartening that if I were a teenage girl I might be listening to “Breaking Up Is Hard to Do” nonstop on auto-replay, but since I pride myself on my toxic masculinity, my thoughts run more to Patrick Henry: “Julius Caesar had his Brutus, Charles the First had his Cromwell – and may George the Third learn from their examples.” But Donald Trump will not learn from their examples – not because he can’t – but because he has no intention of doing so.

I held out hope for a long time – probably longer than I should have – that I would not need to pen these words, but the overwhelming evidence can only lead to one conclusion: Donald Trump is nothing more than Jeb Bush with a trophy wife. Hindsight is indeed 20/20 vision, and nowhere is this seen to greater effect than in a reassessment of the first two years of the Trump administration. Why all the appointments to positions in the Executive Branch of individuals who publicly oppose Trump’s alleged domestic and foreign policies? Why was Kris Kobach never offered a cabinet position? Why are there more Goldman Sachs alumni in Trump’s administration than in the Obama and Bush II administrations combined? Why is Mitt Romney’s niece the Chair of the Republican National Committee? The answers to all of these questions are simple and the same: Donald Trump is a NINO – a nationalist in name only. He talks a good game, but his actions are strictly GOP/Uniparty establishment globalism. Donald Trump is the GOP-e, a newer, cruder, flashier version of the old GOP-e, but the GOP-e nonetheless.

The hostility exhibited toward Trump is in reality an argument about style, not substance. The Percy Dovetonsils types in the old GOP-e, like George Will, Rob Portman, and Lamar Alexander, might lament Trump’s lack of an Oxford stutter or interest in the finer points of polo, but they can’t complain too much about what Trump has actually delivered: record-high illegal and legal immigration, corporate tax cuts and deregulation, a hands-off approach to antitrust, continued erosion of free speech, and a new war on the horizon in Venezuela to replace the war that’s winding down in Syria. If the members of the loony Left weren’t so loony, they’d realize that Trump’s their guy. There isn’t that much difference between the results of Donald Trump’s actions and the desires of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s policies. Open borders, deplatforming, loss of civil rights for whites – you name it. Sure, Trump still says he’s for the Second Amendment, but what value is a promise from Donald Trump? Hey, everything’s negotiable, including beliefs and morality. Remember, it’s the Art of the Deal. It should give one pause that the book that reveals the true inner nature of Donald Trump was ghostwritten. What Gertrude Stein said about Oakland, California applies every bit as well to Donald Trump: There’s no there there.

Those poor souls who continue to view Trump as the Great White Hope God Emperor need to come to grips with the fact that Donald Trump has played all of us like fools. There’s no “Plan,” there’s no 4- or 5- or 6-D chess game, and there’s no great magician offstage pulling the strings. What Donald Trump has actually been engaging in during his presidency is far simpler, but even more subtle. It’s called the Long Con, a grifting enterprise that can last years. Think of Bernie Madoff, think of a bigamist who juggles five unsuspecting wives for twenty years, think of Elizabeth Holmes and the Theranos con. Donald Trump is the political equivalent.

Trump wanted to be President, and he’s a clever fellow. He quickly realized that opposition to immigration was a winning ticket, and he stuck to his position and it paid off. There was only one problem, and it only becomes evident in retrospect: Trump never believed in his own agenda. It was just a storyline, like the storylines that are developed by the writers of reality shows. A good story needs a protagonist and an antagonist. Trump set himself up as David going against the swamp’s Goliath, but it’s as fake as the “feuds” in the WWE. In the end, the script always reaches its predetermined conclusion. In Trump’s case, he needed to jettison his anti-immigration stance while simultaneously appearing to support it. He deliberately put people in his administration who sabotaged his policies while demeaning those (like Jeff Sessions) who actually supported his alleged agenda.

Simply put, Donald Trump is a huckster, a master of the Long Con. He is without a moral center and possesses no shame. He has betrayed his base of support, the millions of white Americans who have endured physical and verbal abuse just for wearing a MAGA hat. He has turned his back on his supporters, some of whom have lost their jobs when it became known to their employers that they support Trump. He has done nothing to restore the First Amendment rights of his supporters when they have been banned from social media. He has done nothing to curb the power of the globalist oligarchs who continue to outsource American jobs abroad to cheaper and less qualified foreigners. Trump’s immigration sellout is a slap in the face to all the forgotten men and women who continue to be forgotten. Trump’s duplicity, mendacity, and treachery towards the people who elected him to office is so vile and revolting that it beggars description. I personally know an elderly woman on a fixed income who in 2016 scrimped and saved from her already meager food budget just so she could send five dollars to the Trump campaign because she believed that Trump was the first person in her lifetime who spoke for the needs of the white working class. In this instance, Trump’s immigration sellout is nothing less than a cynical exploitation of an elderly person, a sweet and innocent soul who probably skipped a couple of meals because she wanted to do something to support a man she thought would bring about a better world for her grandchildren. How is Donald Trump any better than Bernie Madoff? Madoff just conned you out of your money. Trump has conned white Americans out of a better world for their children and grandchildren.

It was always difficult to reconcile one’s support for Trump. The tweeting got old fast, the whoring showed a lack of taste as well as a lack of morals and self-control, and the Brooklynesque braggadocio and vulgarity has never traveled well west of the East River. Yet, there was always the idea that if we just held our noses a little while longer and gave him another break, Donald Trump would produce results. Because he’s a winner. He’ll tell you that, and so will his ghostwriter.

Well, Donald Trump isn’t a winner. But he’s not exactly a loser, either. What Donald Trump really is is a liar. He lies constantly, and he lies about everything. His mendacity knows no bounds. He is reprehensible and vile. He is a gamma male with an alpha male mouth. He is a huckster, a con artist, a grifter, a side-show hawker, a snake oil salesman. By his actions, he has abused, taken advantage of, and exploited his working class base of supporters. He has delivered nothing. Indeed, he has made matters worse. In the next century, when the remnants of what used to be Western civilization are hiding in caves in order to preserve the last few books and artworks from destruction by the marauding barbarians, Donald Trump’s betrayal of his base will be spoken of in terms once reserved for Benedict Arnold and Judas Iscariot.

Donald Trump does not deserve impeachment. The only punishment fit for Donald Trump is eternal damnation in the Ninth Circle of Dante’s Inferno. And the even sadder thing is that Trump stands a very good chance of getting reelected, because the Democrats are even worse.

God help the white race!

 

 

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20 Comments

  1. drogger
    Posted March 24, 2019 at 6:14 pm | Permalink

    Trump was always a stepping stone for White identity. He was never the end game. I think we sometimes forget that

    Yes, we did get duped. We thought we could get something out of him. His lasting legacy may be the one thing that helps us the most: a radicalized left.

    So, it sucks Trump is what he is, but at least there is no more illusions. Better sooner than later.

  2. Arthur Konrad
    Posted March 22, 2019 at 11:41 am | Permalink

    Even when Trump’s election campaign was in full swing, I always thought that Donovan’s thoughts of him have the best chance of surviving the test of time

    ” But when I see my peers caught up in stadium-style slave wave that is ready to crown a shifty, wheeling and dealing New York City businessman as America’s savior and “emperor god-king”…

    …“daddy” does seem uncomfortably appropriate.”

    Really, there was never a question whether Trump is a shifty kind of guy. His *personality*, not his bravado what what made him notorious in the world that actually knew him well.

  3. Peter Quint
    Posted March 22, 2019 at 6:47 am | Permalink

    “Trump said “it is time” for the US to “fully recognize Israel’s Sovereignty” over the region.”

    In a tweet Trump makes the above comment about the Golan Heights . He’s showing his true colors. I predict that close to election time he’ll start pushing the wall again, deporting illegals again, and anchor babies, once he is reelected these issues will fade quickly, and we’ll see the real Trump come out of the closet.

  4. ronehjr
    Posted March 21, 2019 at 5:55 pm | Permalink

    I have to admit that I was somewhat fooled by Trump. I thought at the very least he understood how insane the immigration policies really were, and more would be done on that front. While this proved to be wrong, he has proved invaluable in showing white people definitively that black and brown people hate us. When Andrew Yang lets us down, we will also realize yellow people don’t much like us either, and maybe then, more white people will become willing to embrace identity politics. If not, time to hit the bunker.

  5. Vehmgericht
    Posted March 21, 2019 at 12:21 pm | Permalink

    After today’s announcement concerning the Golan Heights we can safely say there is one ethnonationalist that President Trump has not yet let down: Binyamin Netanyahu.

  6. margot metroland
    Posted March 21, 2019 at 11:03 am | Permalink

    The miraculous thing is that Trump is still in office. What is not miraculous is that someone of demonstrably loose morals, someone who never had any political philosophy other than the most ad hoc or opportunistic, has followed what he believes is the public consensus.

    Some of us may have acted like idiots in November 2016—”Our boy won! He’ll give us all jobs! Hail Trump!”—but not too many. Roger Devlin called it very well. Trump is like Reagan: a slow-burn sellout who will remain marginally preferable to the opposition in 2020, and inevitably trounce them, while putting us to sleep.

  7. Peter Quint
    Posted March 21, 2019 at 7:41 am | Permalink

    I never thought that Donald Trump was going to do anything for us. But no, when I said anything I was jeered with “Sigh,” and “Peter Squint.” The only people that are going to save us–is us. We must continue to build the intellectual foundation, and develop leaders from the grass roots level. People like Donald Trump have never suffered in this multi-cultural hell-hole like us. Look at the milieu he came from, he went to the right schools with jews; he had frequent dealings with jews; many jews were some of his best friends.

  8. Lord Shang
    Posted March 20, 2019 at 5:01 pm | Permalink

    I’m with you, Quintillian, and always read and enjoy your posts. I particularly recall one post circa 2015-16 in which you made a simple but for me highly clarificatory observation: that what is really happening across the West is an intercontinental civil war over Diversity, pitting white race traitors, well-meaning but stupid race utopians, and nonwhites, against traditional whites and of course WNs who wish to preserve the whiteness and culture of our ancestral homelands.

    I never liked or trusted Trump, even though I voted for him. I was suckered, however, into believing at least initially, that his heart was in the right place, but that he was just pathologically ignorant of public policy issues. To be fair, Trump was talking about at least the illegal component of the broader invasion as far back as around 2010-12 (and about bad trade deals as far back as the 80s). But I now think that Trump only ran to build his brand, never expecting really to win. Since then, I think he’s swiveling just to protect himself from all the (again, to be fair) baseless attacks he has suffered. Actually advancing nationalist goals is probably not uppermost in his mind. He also had terrible counsel, esp wrt his evil (((son-in-law))).

    I disagree with you on one matter, however. If I were in a swing state, I would still hold my nose and vote for him (being in the bluest of all states, I will write in Third Position, AFP, something like that). The GOP Establishment need to understand that anti-immigration nationalism is deeply embedded in the party base, and that WE MEAN IT, Trump’s uselessness notwithstanding. If Trump is massively defeated, especially by some putrid socialist, not only will that be bad in itself (I and many other millions of whites LOVE and NEED a vibrant economy, and Trump, simply by not being the anti-business/socialist Obama, has delivered on this), the “optics” for nationalists will be awful. The typical “mainstream” GOP candidate for office will conclude that nationalism “does not pay”. The media, still embraced by so many Middle American morons, will spin this as a massive defeat for the Old [aka, WHITE] America, and that will empower feckless libertarianism (which always ends up stressing the issues where it is congruent with progressive liberalism instead of old-timey hardcore issues which would also benefit white interests, like abolishing the Fed), as the new, “safe” ideology for non-progressives.

    Moreover, if Trump loses, vast numbers of working class Whites will be so demoralized they might just eschew politics altogether, sliding further into drug addled despair and political quietude.

    Disappointing as Trump is, I think it would be better if he wins reelection.

  9. Hail Equus
    Posted March 20, 2019 at 3:51 pm | Permalink

    “Why are there more Goldman Sachs alumni in Trump’s administration than in the Obama and Bush II administrations combined?”

    There were plenty of people pointing out that Donald Trump has spent his entire career as a front for Jewish money, that Jews (Democrats, no less) were the ones behind his political career since the Obama administration, and that Trump has been Israel’s most prominent celebrity spokesman since 2001.

    It was all out there, in the open, on the record, available to everyone. Instead, many simply chose to believe the false story, created by Zionist astro-turf like Breitbart.com, that Trump was some sort of “populist” who cared about immigration.

    The immigration issue was particularly obvious, since a Trump campaign manager “admitted” that Trump asked him to listen to right wing radio and find three issues he could run on: he chose Common Core, Obamacare, and illegal immigration.

    Trump tried to get traction on Common Core and Obamacare, but that didn’t set him apart, just his off-the-cuff remarks about Mexicans.

    Trump’s been a celebrity since the 1980s and he’s well known as a liar, a fraudster, a failed businessman, and a front for criminal money.

    But the people claiming to be leaders of some sort of “movement” chose to lie to their audience and pretend that Trump was an “outsider” who was implicitly pro-white. The leaders of this “movement” are similar in character to Trump, so it was a natural fit.

  10. Walling Out
    Posted March 20, 2019 at 3:40 pm | Permalink

    What is the presidency in 2019? Do we honestly have a tangible grip on the reality of this position’s power? Let’s say Trump stopped tweeting for two weeks. Many white Americans would debate what he was planning, “he’s hunkering down,” “Hillary better watch out,” others would speculate he was being silenced by Deep State, or “sending a message to his base,” or, forbid, speaking “through Q now.”

    Collective hopes and dreams were teetering on Trump’s Tweets since 2016. We can’t trust the MSM, but here’s the POTUS talking directly to “us,” a saving grace. But when he’s huffing and puffing about ‘SNL’ and Kellyanne’s hubbie and problematic modern airplane complexity, tbh, I cannot accurately say I have a clue about who Trump is, or about the legtitmacy of this position.

    Since Jan, he definitely appears to be selfdestructing. It’s alarming agreed. Is he over it? Compromised? Exposing his true colors as Master Chief Charlatan? Exhausted? Playing an arc in a scripted ZOG narrative? All the while, we have Jared Kushner, like a morbid hipster pallbearer standing behind him, leering at us. Kushner is ironically the only thing in the current admin that seems real. The neocon war push definitely remains real (I disagree that Syria is off the table, after 2020, wew.). In face of that, well, guns and hardcopy books seems even more real.

    Living on the prayer of a POTUS Tweet is like nibbling a regenerating potato chip to thrive. The elephant of Conservatism, in a tutu, hopping on the end of a Dali toothpick divingboard. Trump could tweet a gif of the Thanos snap on Monday, it’s ambiguity would define our week. Sick.

  11. mick
    Posted March 20, 2019 at 3:38 pm | Permalink

    It’s also worth noting that Trump was on the brink of social and professional ruin in late June 2015, as the establishment was in the process of unpersoning him after his opening “anti-immigrant” campaign speech. Trump was saved when the republican base quickly sent him to #1 in the polls. I’m sure Trump forgot about that long ago.

    The Trump campaign was a great vehicle for normal Americans to rebel against the status quo. I was skeptical of Trump’s presidency as he didn’t have the institutional support to govern effectively. White people need to regain their group cohesion and solidarity before significant political and social change will be possible.

  12. Vauquelin
    Posted March 20, 2019 at 12:15 pm | Permalink

    Perplexing to read articles like these and the comments as well. Never once did the real estate mogul from New York promise you an ethnostate. Trump in office and Trump on the campaign trail are identical. Pro-gay, pro-Israel, pro-legal immigration. This man was actively campaigning against illegal immigration and you think that’s all it takes for a politician to be /ourguy/? Trump is good because he is incredibly useful in shifting public perception on immigration among other things and totally smashing the machinations of the establishment class, which was confident in his loss and descended into full-blown madness and self-betraying anti-Americanism as a result from which the right, and maybe even white nationalists, will benefit for years to come. This man has pushed the Democrats so far to the left they now smell like Trotsky’s corpse. This is why we support Trump, because he sets things in motion and upsets our enemies. The office of president of the United States is one of pure compromise and of course you weren’t going to reap the benefits of this self-described NATIONALIST in only one term. This is the long game we’re playing, you’re simply not going to get your ethnostate in either this generation or the next, but Trump is offering us a window to push things in that direction as well as possible.

  13. EF
    Posted March 20, 2019 at 10:57 am | Permalink

    Trump’s father GAVE FOR FREE valuable real estate in Queens, NYC to the Jewish religious community. Look as who his children have married. I think Jr. is FAR BETTER than his father.

    Trump PROSECUTED RAM and other Whites and NOT a word about ANTIFA, and the FBI used ANTIFA as a basis for its warrant against RAM.

    When Trump supporters were being severely injured by ANTIFA attackers, including a Professor wielding a bike lock, he said NOTHING. No FBI nothing. And it was the guys from 4Chan who ID’d the Prof NOT the Berkeley cops. And of course the Judge let the skull cracker walk.
    Trump has done everything (((the Tribe, their sycophants, and their bedfellows))) could have wished for, even on guns he did a George HW Bush executive order.

    We have no friends in government. So Whites are FINANCING their own genocide.

    When Whites are treated like cattle they do NOTHING.

    Now this guy appears to be white but is a devout Muslim from the Caucus he is an MMA fighter:

    The first thing I wanted to show him, is the difference between our people, and his people. We know our history, our ancestors, and what our people have been through. Nothing can break us,
    You cannot talk about religion. You cannot talk about nation. Guys, you can not talk about these things. This is very important to me.

    Khabib Nurmagomedov

  14. Ovidiu
    Posted March 20, 2019 at 9:30 am | Permalink

    He thought he could use the executive power to change things but he discovered that the whole system was dead set against him and could sabotage him very effectively. He isn’t suicidal so he has given up… (Yeah, he was wise enough to get some of the Jews on his side with the Iran-deal issue and with the Jerusalem-embassy move but that was not enough, there is a huge network of administrative and corporate interests at work here to preserve the status-quo)… A different sort of leader would have returned to the people and asked for their support against the ruling class. He would have created social tension and unrest, maybe even destabilized US as an unintended consequence, but he would have not accepted defeat…Trump however is not such a leader. He is old, he has kids and nephews, and a lot of money. Doesn’t make sense for him to go for broke.

  15. Patrick
    Posted March 20, 2019 at 9:20 am | Permalink

    Trump did not con people. Think about the way water ripples in response to sound vibration, humans are mostly made of water. Humans are very susceptible to being influenced by sound vibration, our brains are not separate from the world, we are not beings of pure reason whose brains exist outside the earth. We are part of the world and influenced by those around us and who we hear.

    Trump is surrounded by people of the establishment. The right wing semi-outsiders he initially surrounded himself with competed against one another, eliminating each other. This left the establishment people standing who were more prone to cooperate with each other in the interests of achieving their objectives. As a result they gained the ear of the president like wormtongue from lord of the rings. Dick Cheney would always be the last to leave a meeting with the president so he could have the final word to the president. Having the ear of the president is important.

    Conservatives are not culturally ascendant because they are working class and don’t understand how power is gained, this is why listening to conservatives talk about power is usually a retarded thing to do. Would you seek to learn about how to run a media company from someone who is a carpenter or vice a versa? If someone has no background in power and if their family lineage has no background in that then they aren’t the people you should be learning about power from because they don’t know what they talk about.

    Similarly conservatives are clueless. Political power has nothing to do with individualism. Political power is based on cooperating with your political tribe as a unit and presenting a unified face against the opposing political force. This is why the establishment is in power, they cooperate with each other. The people challenging the establishment who initially had the ear of the president thought and behaved as individuals competing with each other and as a result loss and as a result of their loss the working class public loss representation to the president.

    The working class public is looking at the president as if he is the ultimate authority who is there to grant them things, yet they don’t understand there is a reciprocal nature to the relationship. If they wish to be granted things they have to invest energy into the president, they have to have their people close to the president. The reason they don’t have their people close to the president is because conservatives lack an intellectual class apart from a few people.

    Conservatives lack an intellectual class because many of them don’t see intellectual labor and talking as real labor. When right wing youtubers ask for donations they sometimes do it in a self-deprecating way almost implying that they are shameful or lazy layabouts for asking for money for intellectual labor. Whereas the left ask for donations in a serious way with an attitude that they deserve money for their labor. The attitude on the right is related to the history of right wingers purging themselves of intellectuals by not recognizing intellectual labor as real work and through harassing people as being lazy if they try to make a career out of intellectual labor. As a result conservative right wingers have very few people to speak for them.

    The few intellectuals the conservatives have are isolated and not socially networked properly, they aren’t established within institutions that exert unified pressure on anything. And they often have been squabbling amongst themselves. The left has unified think takes who take themselves seriously and act with unity and defend each other from criticism. I include neocons within the left. By right wing I mean those people who represent the interests of middle America.

    So basically I am saying Trump was not subverted by money, and that basically he is just a guy who has been influenced by those who have his ear. When he was just a businessman on twitter he was not surrounded by establishment thinkers and as a result was more free to form opinions independently, but now he is surrounded by establishment thinkers. This is the main reason for the change.

    The real right wing in this country needs to observe the behavior of those with power and simply imitate the strategy of those with power because those with power have had power for many generations and they are in power because they know how power is gained and defended. The right wing is not in power because their ancestors never had power and their instincts of individualism and competition against their own tribe is what made them peasants in the first place. There is no such thing as an individual rising to power, power is always gained by groups. Sometimes an individual is the representative of this group, as was the case with Kings. Kings never got to power on their own. They came into power with the help of their witans, their wise men, advisers. This is evident from the Anglo Saxon Chronicle. Kings were usually speaking on behalf of the witans who were the shadow government.

    Since the working classes has no witan class, the president tends to be surrounded by witans from another tribe.

    • Ovidiu
      Posted March 20, 2019 at 4:00 pm | Permalink

      Trump did not con people…

      Yes, to say he did that is to imply that it could have been different with a different man, and maybe a new election could solve it. It can not.
      What Trump has proved is that elections and democracy don’t matter, the system is too strong. You need a revolution, large scale social unrest, dissolution of the institutions (now controlled by the leftists) and eventually a strong man, as Italy’s Salvini or Hungary’s Orban, to alter this system.

  16. Posted March 20, 2019 at 6:44 am | Permalink

    You forgot to mention his unprecedented cucking for Israel and the Jewish lobby, his disastrous environmental policies, and his failure to deliver on repairing relations with Russia and in fact bringing them to an even lower point than Obama did (strange, for a Russian agent). All of which we were willing to compromise on if he did something in other areas. I’m not sure how many people really do still see him as the “God Emperor,” however – are there that many left on the Dissident Right?

    Speaking personally, I allowed myself to get hopeful early on that he might actually deliver on some of his rhetoric. Of course, to be hopeful about Trump required that one ignore everything that is known about his record in the business world, as well as the obvious fact from his public statements that he’s either a pathological liar, divorced from reality, or both. But at no point did I ever allow myself to get too hopeful, and thus become disappointed later, simply because we all knew, and know – at least, those of us with even a shred of realism know – that The Establishment would never allow itself to be unseated simply through the machinations of the democratic process. Even if Trump had tried to make good on everything he promised, they would have stopped him (and did, when he took steps in that direction). And he has had a few modest successes: he opened dialogue with North Korea, after all, and unlike all of his recent predecessors, he hasn’t started any new wars. Yet.

    But beyond all that, Trump was still worth supporting, in the limited way that we did, mainly because his value for us goes far beyond his actions. It allowed us to enter the spotlight in ways we never could have imagined even a couple of years earlier, even if the “movement’s” erstwhile leaders screwed the opportunity up royally. He has inadvertently exposed the fact that the President is not the person who actually runs the country, something many Americans still have trouble grasping. And of course he has brought some of our talking points back into the national debate – no one was even talking about immigration in a serious way prior to his campaign. And quite honestly, considering how dangerous America is to other peoples, including Europe, and to genuine Right-wing causes around the world, it’s best for America to have a weak leader and to have Washington divided so that they’re too preoccupied with domestic matters to go mucking around in other people’s business. So Trump has value beyond anything he himself would or could do.

    And quite honestly, unless he cucks unforgivably between now and Election Day, I’ll probably vote for him in 2020. Sure, his usefulness to us is probably already spent, but whoever the Democrats put up, you can be sure that whatever positive points they might have in some areas (if somebody like Gabbard gets the nomination), they’re going to be spouting SJW rhetoric with an intensity the likes of which even God has never seen. So in other words, Trump is the worst candidate – apart from all the others.

    • Posted March 20, 2019 at 7:25 am | Permalink

      Nothing could have been worse than Hillary, no regrets for the vote on my end either. She’d be bussing in the peasants & locking US up. At least Trump was forced to BS about it.

      I’m just kicking myself in the ass for hoping even a little that I could “get my country back.” I’m old & twice-bitten enought to know better.

  17. Viv
    Posted March 20, 2019 at 6:41 am | Permalink

    The GOP treats immigration like they have treated abortion for the past 40 years–it’s the issue they use to rile up the base and get votes but, once in power, do almost nothing about. Sad but true.

  18. Posted March 20, 2019 at 6:39 am | Permalink

    The only thing that will motivate my vote from here forward is accelerationism – particularly the destruction of the GOP. The fact (and true depth) of Trump’s con hit me when he recently claimed that more legal immigrants were needed because he’d been so successful with the economy. This was the shabby fig leaf he & his (((advisors))) fashioned to explain the bait & switch.

    I’m now an exile in what I thought was my country. We need a new homeland, and we’re going to have to build it ourselves. There’s no “making America great again.” What I believed was America was maimed in the Civil War and finished off in the Cold War. What we did to our republic to win those two wars was fatal. We finished off the USSR only to fall dead on the corpse.

    Not black-pilling here. We’re the greatest race and we have a future. Just recognizing where we really are and how far we need to go. We need separation, distance and time. We need solidarity and numbers. I’m looking forward for the years I have left.

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    Reuben

    The Node

    A Sky Without Eagles

    The Way of Men

    The New Austerities

    Morning Crafts

    The Passing of a Profit & Other Forgotten Stories

    Asatru: A Native European Spirituality

    The Lost Philosopher

    Impeachment of Man

    Gold in the Furnace

    Defiance