How The Alt-Right Broke Up With Donald Trump

I’ve put together a timeline of my disillusionment with President Trump using my own blog entries. This is only my own personal trajectory, but it covers all the key events:

The Euphoria of Election Night

It is November 8, 2016.

Donald Trump wins the 2016 presidential election. The Alt-Right is euphoric.

The Disavowal

Following the Heilgate media firestorm, Donald Trump “disavows” the Alt-Right on November 22, 2016. Two weeks after winning the presidency, Trump cucks to appease the media and throws his most passionate fans under the bus. It won’t be the first time. This sets off months of fighting with the Alt-Lite.

Alt-Right vs. Alt-Lite

From November 23 to December 3, 2016, the Alt-Right and Alt-Lite engage in a vicious feud online. It was caused by Trump’s disavowal of the Alt-Right in an interview with The New York Times.

The Disappointing Cabinet

I spent most of December covering Trump’s Cabinet picks. We were thrilled with Jeff Sessions, Steve Bannon, Stephen Miller and Michael Flynn. It went rapidly downhill from there: Reince Preibus, Ben Carson, Betsy DeVos and Nikki Haley, James Mattis, General Kelly, Andy Puzder, Gary Cohn, Andrew Liveris, Rex Tillerson, Rick Perry and Sean Spicer and Mick Mulvaney.

I didn’t like the Cabinet. I said so at the time. I went on James Edwards radio show and said it was full of generals, big donors, corporate CEOs, Wall Street insiders, #NeverTrumpers, TruCons and establishment hacks. I wondered why Trump would pick people like Gary Cohn, the president of Goldman Sachs, and Andy Puzder, the CEO of Hardee’s, even though he had ran as a champion of the White working class.

At the time, I was accused of black-pilling my readers because I was so unhappy with the Cabinet. It seemed like a reasonable point. At the very least, we agreed that we should give Trump a chance. But anyway, it was clear by mid-December that we were starting to have serious doubts.


From December 27 to January 4, we feuded with the Alt-Lite over the #Deploraball. By New Year’s Eve, it was clear that the incoming Trump administration wasn’t going to be challenging the status quo. The Alt-Lite was desperate to ride the Trump Train into the mainstream. It was apparent to us that the new line was going to be the same as the old line with one major difference: “racism” and “anti-Semitism” were going to remain taboo, but homosexuality would now be celebrated.

Bright Red Flags

Around New Year’s Eve, I wrote “No, It’s Not MILO’s World” in which I predicted the demise of Milo Yiannopoulos. I also wrote “The Trump Honeymoon Is Already Over” and “Too Far Gone: OD In 2017.” Privately, I was already very black-pilled and compared 2017 and the arrival of the incoming Trump administration to entering “the gates of this false paradise next month.”


On January 6, 2016, I made a point to note that the God Emperor had maintained total silence on the #BLMKidnapping in Chicago even though he had repeatedly lamented the death of black thugs from gang warfare.

The Turnaround

#GoldenShowers and John Lewis change my negative opinion of President Trump. I finally agreed to take my wife to see the Trump Inauguration. I’m persuaded by the argument that we should reserve judgement and give Trump his first hundred days before jumping to conclusions about his presidency.

The Trump Inauguration

President Trump is inaugurated on January 20, 2017.

I travel with my wife to DC to meet up with family and attend the Trump Inauguration. Predictably, the #Deploraball is consumed by antifa violence. Richard Spencer is also attacked by antifa. The antifa riot in DC which is a precursor of their actions to come over the next months.

The first hundred days begin. My attitude at this point is let’s wait and see.

The Refugee and Travel Ban

On January 29, 2017, Trump signs an executive order suspending the refugee program and temporarily banning visitors from seven Muslim countries. It is blocked on February 4th.

Jeff Sessions Is Confirmed As Attorney General

This was probably the highwater mark. It happened on February 9th. Up until that point, we could say that Trump’s failure to deal with antifa violence was caused by not having his Attorney General.

Michael Flynn Resigns As NSA Advisor

It is February 14, 2017.

Under pressure from the Lügenpresse, Michael Flynn resigns as National Security Advisor. Trump cucks again and fires Flynn because of the Russia narrative. The Deep State claims its first victim.

The Joint Address

Under pressure to condemn “anti-Semitism,” Trump addresses the crank calls that had been placed to Jewish centers at the top of his State of the Union Address, which later turned out to be the work of a disgruntled black former employee of The Intercept and a Jewish teenager in Israel. It is a stark reminder of Jewish privilege.

Jose Antonio Vargas, America’s most famous illegal alien, thinks so little of President Trump’s commitment to immigration enforcement that he attends the Joint Address at the invitation of Nancy Pelosi.

The Second Travel Ban Is Blocked

It is March 16, 2017.

The second travel ban and suspension of the refugee program is blocked by a federal judge. A few weeks later, we have returned to the status quo ante on the inflow of refugees.

The Ryan Agenda

Instead of moving forward on anything bold, interesting or new, the Republican Congress moves on the Ryan agenda: repealing Obamacare, tax cuts, deregulation, etc. It is the same agenda that President Marco Rubio or President Jeb Bush would have tackled in their first hundred days. Ryancare turns out to be a fiasco. Just as I predicted, the #TruCons plunged into the healthcare vortex and Trump was seriously damaged by it.

Losing Interest In Trump

From March 24 until April 5, I am growing increasingly disgusted with mainstream politics. After a year and a half of blogging about Donald Trump, I put politics aside and return to my interest in history. It is a refreshing change. It seems like a good time to take a break from it all.

The Alleged Gassing In Syria

The so-called gassing in Syria happened on April 4th.

Caught off guard, I find my attention ripped away from my research by warmongering neocons. It took all of two days for Donald Trump to launch a military strike on Syria.

The Final Straw

The attack on Syria was the final straw.

It was a stunning turn of events. Donald Trump ripped up his “America First” foreign policy and threw it in the garbage in order to appease the political establishment. In doing so, he severely undermined our confidence in his character, cast doubt on every other promise he made on the campaign trail and sawed off the leg of his appeal that comes from a non-interventionist foreign policy.

For the Alt-Right, Donald Trump was an attractive candidate to us primarily because he was an “America First” candidate on trade, immigration and foreign policy. So far, the Deep State, Lügenpresse and the federal courts have defeated him on all three fronts. It started when he disavowed the Alt-Right. Then he overreacted and fired Michael Flynn. It culminated in abandoning his entire foreign policy. We now have ample proof that President Trump isn’t the strong leader we imagined him to be.

We gave Trump’s America almost a hundred days. It only took 76 days to be revealed as false paradise.

  • PollackinAssassain

    Jesus Christ I don’t know how much more blackpilled I can possibly get. There’s really nothing to be hopeful for anymore.

    • Alex Harris

      If you’ve lost all hope, maybe you should focus on two very important words you yourself just posted, and make sure not to misuse them again in the future.

      • Robert Bruce

        I agree, it is all we have at this point.

        • Alex Harris

          Get your nose into a KJV Bible and start obeying what is written. No matter what this world throws at you, obedience to Him is the answer. And this world will throw more and more distractions and deceptions at you as this gets worse. Don’t try to fight against a black hole. In order to do so, you have to turn your back on Him. You can’t fight this thing, you’re just a man. Keep your face towards Christ at all times. And beware of the imposter. King James Version!!! Stay away from “Yahweh” and “Yahoshua”.

      • Jarod

        Hey yea and don’t forget to include lots of third world trash in your Church. Jesus loves all skin colours.

        Fucking dipshit.

        • GeeBee36_6

          Protestant Christianity, with its doctrine of Universalism, bears a great deal of responsibility for our current plight. It is hard to be both a Christian and a White nationalist. And as for some make-believe deity rescuing us from that plight, well, I guess some grown ups just can’t put away their teddy-bears.

          • Robert Bruce

            I agree the first progressives were Calvinists, etc that thought it was our job to save the world via democracy, etc. Thing is all Christians don’t buy that, and never have. White nationalism is a dead end I am afraid. Demographics are reality and unless you get young white women to crank out 4-5 kids to not only reach replacement level but to keep up with the influx of immigrants, the game is over. Feminism and the realities of the post industrial economy make it a total burden on young people to have kids, thus not much of a personal incentive to do it. The biggest conundrum is the hyper individualism that has been part of the American psyche for far too long. It is all about, me, me,me. Going to be hard to deprogram an entire population from that line of thinking, and to be blunt we don’t have that amount of time. It is funny that many who post messages in here actually relish this hyper individualism. So what do you have left? The very thing(Christianity) that sustained us for over a millennium. That so called “teddy bear” influenced art, philosophy, architecture, politics, and everyday morality for centuries til the Enlightenment came along, then the heretic, conceited Christians that thought they could take it upon themselves to become God’s instruments, in doing so trying to replace God. Face it, the Christian Age was our Golden Age.

          • Alex Harris

            Everything you say is pretty much correct. But don’t make the mistake of adopting a “utilitarian” approach to returning to Christianity. Look at the world around you. It is descending into utter madness. This thing is too big for men to fight. Download a PDF of the KJV (avoid newer versions and all this “Yahweh” and “Yahoshua” garbage like the plague).

            Start reading, and repent. (Many Alt-Righters talk about disengaging from “degeneracy”, but if you say “repent”, they point and sputter.)

          • silviosilver ✓ᵀʳᵘᵐᵖ ˢᵘᵖᵖᵒʳᵗᵉʳ

            I’d have more respect for this point of view if you had the guts to admit it’s nothing more than a coping strategy.

          • Donald Trumpenstein

            Luther was the only reformer who saw the problem (((they))) posed.

          • Alex Harris

            Christ himself saw it.

          • Alex Harris

            Read Proverbs 5 and Proverbs 22:14 in the King James version of the Bible. (I quoted them in a response above, but they are awaiting moderation.) It will take you all of three minutes to search it on the internet.

            Does that sound like it is incompatible with White Nationalism? Sounds to me like a clear admonishment against miscegenation and letting strangers come amongst you.

          • silviosilver ✓ᵀʳᵘᵐᵖ ˢᵘᵖᵖᵒʳᵗᵉʳ

            Does that sound like it is incompatible with White Nationalism? Sounds to me like a clear admonishment against miscegenation and letting strangers come amongst you.

            That’s the beauty of “scripture”: you can interpret it to suit any and all interests.

            Christianity may be a decent coping strategy – ie a way to make it through life with some sense of meaning, purpose and community – but that’s all it is. It’s not going “save” anything, racially.

          • Alex Harris

            I’m not going to argue with you. The Bible is freely available on the internet. This is about saving more than just our people.

        • craicher

          That is really dumb. Your people, our people, were Christians for 1500 years and we still are. You can call yourself an atheist, Odinist or Wicca but you are from a Christian world. Like it or not. Time to grow up.

          Once we retake our homelands being a Christian will have no relation to loving thy negro just as it was for 1500 years until the Cultural Revolution of the 1960’s.

          • Alex Harris

            Proverbs 5 and Proverbs 22:14 in the King James version of the Bible. Clearly states that miscegenation leads to destruction and even hell.

          • silviosilver ✓ᵀʳᵘᵐᵖ ˢᵘᵖᵖᵒʳᵗᵉʳ

            Clearly states that miscegenation leads to destruction and even hell.

            Yeah dude, “clearly.”

          • Alex Harris

            Did you read it, or not? I quoted it in another post, but it seems lost in moderation limbo.

            For the lips of a strange woman drop as an honeycomb, and her mouth is smoother than oil:
            But her end is bitter as wormwood, sharp as a two edged sword.
            Her feet go down to death; her steps take hold on hell.
            Lest thou shouldest ponder the path of life, her ways are moveable, that thou canst not know them.
            Hear me now therefore, O ye children, and depart not from the words of my mouth.
            Remove thy way far from her, and come not nigh the door of her house:
            Lest thou give thine honour unto others, and thy years unto the cruel:
            Lest strangers be filled with thy wealth; and thy labours be in the house of a stranger;
            And thou mourn at the last, when thy flesh and thy body are consumed.

            That’s only about half of it. It is very clear. Don’t associate with strange (foreign) women. Read the whole thing.


          • silviosilver ✓ᵀʳᵘᵐᵖ ˢᵘᵖᵖᵒʳᵗᵉʳ

            I did read it. I don’t think it’s “clear” at all. It seems vastly more likely to be referring to adultery than race-mixing.

          • Alex Harris

            You might be right, but I think there are suggestions in the rest of the verse that it is referring to foreign women, not adultery:

            “Lest strangers be filled with thy wealth; and thy labours be in the house of a stranger;”

            How would adultery lead to your wealth being “in the house of a stranger”? And doesn’t “stranger” in the Bible typically refer to foreigners? Someone more educated than myself would have to answer that.

            “Drink waters out of thine own cistern, and running waters out of thine own well.
            Let thy fountains be dispersed abroad, and rivers of waters in the streets.
            Let them be only thine own, and not strangers’ with thee”

            I think that part of the verse further clarifies “stranger” as “foreigner” as well. Seems like more of a stretch to interpret it as simply adultery.

            Thank you for at least reading the verse instead of simply assuming.

          • Alex Harris

            Retaking our homelands would be nice. But worry about your soul first. If there is a fight to retake our lands, you will be useless if you are under the power of the wrong influences.

    • Michael De Santa

      Don’t blackpill. We’re gonna cut our losses and look at different avenues. There’s always a way.

  • Kameron_Iron

    I always wondered why they called it the Trump Train. Now I know. It is what they plan to do to our collective asshole.

  • Diversity Heretic

    I agree that their appears little hope for the Trump Administration at this point. There just seems no way to vote outselves out of this on-going train wreck of a country. But where do we Alt-Righters go? Maybe oddball causes like California secession in an effort to provoke a constitutional crisis? Do we try to find a Huey Long who’s explicitly white oriented? Should we seek to found a new church dedicated to St. Michael the Archangel? And where’s Gregory Hood–he’s always been a source of inspiration?

    • Krafty Wurker

      LOL. I guess you assume that everyone is a Roman Catholic and believes in saints, the Pope, confession, the Holy Mary and all of that other made up Catholic stuff?

      • practicallyperfect

        Nice way to try to derail and potential good discussion.

        • Is your god or religion elevated higher than your race, or does it cause you to put up morally subjective borders and boundaries that would hinder the needed synergy that will only come from working with other pro-Whites who don’t share your personal religious convictions?

          If so, then there might be a problem with your religion.

          If not, then your religion should fit comfortably somewhere within the greater pro-White sphere.

          This is the only way forward, whether we are religious or areligious.

          • practicallyperfect

            As they say, stop punching right. This was not about religion and the comments didn’t need to become a long diatribe on that topic. It’s time to stop larping and to start coming up with ideas and ways to implement them. Learn to recognize who is the enemy.

          • Alex Harris

            God is above race, or you’re just worshiping yourself. However, the Christian Bible is not incompatible with White Nationalism.

      • illkhan

        Because muh freedom and muh constitution aren’t made up either…..

        • Krafty Wurker

          Belief in an infallible human being like a Pope isn’t just illogical, it’s politically dangerous.

          • craicher

            Yea it is much better when a King steals a religion and makes himself the head of it.

            The Aryan Tripartite society is what me must strive for. All three heads being separate.

    • practicallyperfect

      We stop participating and start forming communities in real life. Of course that is easier said then done. Like others before us we are going to have to make our own way. Some of the small things I am doing now is, no longer donating to any charities or institutions that I am not personally involved in. Paying down my debit, saving money and or purchasing precious metals, not buying anything outside of my local community, supporting people who are demonstrating the same values I share. These are small ways but they are a start and from that will come something larger. I have to believe God will show the way.

    • ManAgainstTime

      I think we need a stark failure in order to move forward. The replacement of a political system will almost never happen until it is failing. But we don’t need America to fail, just an example of failure elsewhere. I think that Sweden is a good candidate. What could be done to hasten the total collapse of Sweden? We could help accelerate a process that has already begun: the exodus of native Swedes, especially the brightest and wealthiest, into a diaspora. Let the country become a Third World hellhole, then the rest of Europe will see its eventual fate and the opportunity to make change will present itself. Once Europe unites under new populist governments, Sweden will be an easy mop up job and the native Swedes could then return. If you are able to, invite a Swedish family to come and live with you. There are only 9 million Swedes, and I will take in 8 million of them if the rest of you can make up the difference.

    • Newfoundlander

      Trump, for all his failings, was our guy. We were his biggest fans. Now that he is gone (as far as I’m concerned, the Donald Trump we supported might as well be dead, because that neocon in the White House is not the candidate we supported) we are left without a movement to attach ourselves to.

      I think the only real good news is that the alt-lite (Mike Cernovich, the InfoWars pretty-boy) is just as disappointed as we are. Maybe now that their hope of going mainstream has been destroyed with a missile strike they will realise how wrong they were to try and purge us.

      • Johnny Fash

        Trump was never the movement. We are. Going forward we oppose Trumps War and do what we were doing before. Advocating for white interests. Many on the Alt-Right put way too much faith behind Trump. There was always a risk of this happening, personally I started getting Black Pilled when he started announcing his Cabinet picks. It’s dissappointing but isn’t going to kill our movement. Our movement is going to kill any chances he has of getting re-elected.

        • Newfoundlander

          On the positive side, Trump has lost his support base. Expect Breitbart to become rabidly anti-Trump once (and if) he fires Bannon. All but his most sycophantic and stupid supporters are against this war.

    • How about stop looking to politicians to “save” us? Politics is downstream from culture. Our job is to change the culture, not whore ourselves out to every politicians who winks in our direction.

      Sure, it’s fun to hop on a “train” and get media attention and take a “side” – but no one said saving the White race would be fun – or easy.

      • silviosilver ✓ᵀʳᵘᵐᵖ ˢᵘᵖᵖᵒʳᵗᵉʳ

        Well at some point culture will have to be reflected in politics, else it’s all for naught. That’s why the idea that we had sympathizers in high levels was so exciting. Perhaps we still do, but not sort that can be relied on to not disappoint us.

    • Muzeli 2

      Form a white Japan.
      No foreign wars.

      North Dakota perhaps?

    • Donald Trumpenstein

      Orthodox Christianity.

      • Игор

        hm interesting idea, but you can’t have American OC and exclude other races, on other hand you could have ethnic church like “Americaner OC”, only you would need to proclaim that this certain ethnic group is whites only.

        • silviosilver ✓ᵀʳᵘᵐᵖ ˢᵘᵖᵖᵒʳᵗᵉʳ

          As soon as Africans start speaking Russian, the Russian Orthodox Church will open its doors to them. It’s just what Christianity does, even the quasi-ethnic Orthodox church.

          • Игор

            Well not really, Orthodox church has many layers. That’s why Slavic people have attitude if you aren’t looking as we do, you can’t be Russian, Polish, Serbian etc. And if you form big enough community you’re getting your own church, for example OCA or Finish OC were part of the Russian church in the past.

          • silviosilver ✓ᵀʳᵘᵐᵖ ˢᵘᵖᵖᵒʳᵗᵉʳ

            I’m orthodox myself (greek/serbian). I’ve seen Indians in the Greek church here. Some people seemed to take exception to it, others felt we should be welcoming. It’s not a subject people are comfortable talking about, I found. But when it was other orthodox (but non-Greek) people attending, no one cared at all. There’s a lot of racial feeling there, I suppose, even if people use other words to describe it, but the pressure to cave in and allow mixed couples and non-whites is only going to build and build. In the long term, even ethnically based orthodox churches will cuck is my prediction.

          • Игор

            that’s why i wrote Americaner OC, you’re Orthodox so you know that first thing that will happen under canonical law is schism, but that wouldn’t be first time that some church starts from that position.
            And Greek and Serbian church in US is diaspora church. Common thing is that will grow under OCA in American church, so they don’t work as main parent church. Diaspora part of church just has different mission, ie spreading Orthodoxy and establishing new autocephalus church.
            If you make OC , Americaner , Kekistani, call white American ethnicity however you want, it will have different vibe. Tell me how many black Amish is there?

          • silviosilver ✓ᵀʳᵘᵐᵖ ˢᵘᵖᵖᵒʳᵗᵉʳ

            Yeah, I know what you mean, Igor. Still, I’d be very surprised if a church in Russia turned away a Russian woman/African male couple for racial reasons. You can say the numbers of such pairing are tiny, but if you think about the long-term, surely the numbers of such pairings is only going to grow, so what would it take for the church to say “no”?

            Also, at least in the diaspora, the Serbian church certainly does not say no to gypsies. One church I remember had dozens of gypsies. And even though there was plenty of “racism” toward them (nobody pretended not to notice the difference), people were extremely defensive about their presence – as in, no way should they be excluded.

          • Игор

            Well to be honest there will be no racial segregation in any religion, even those pagans are wrong when they claim such stuff existed. But in OC you have, well i guess you guys are calling it alt-light thing, where those “others” must reach certain standards of behavior.
            Not to mention that OC isn’t bothered by peoples tradition, and for example Serbian OC is church that will accept only Serbian traditions, that’s a thing ( i guess it’s more “alt light” ideal) but it’s up to “Americaner” to chose what’s their traditions, no rappers, no Spanish, and here you go. You know like gerymandering in politics.
            https://www.youtubeDOTcom/watch?v=N9RzPDGs0rg just change dot with proper dot and see for yourself. ofc. some priests will tolerate that, but again most clergy of Serbian church pretty much approves this.

    • Muzeli 2

      We’ve all got more than enough belief.

      Now it’s time to see the promised land.

      And instead all we’ve been given is looking a lot like a big Walmart car park.

    • Clytemnestra

      Alt-Righters must not go “loco,” but go local. My grandfather was a Polish immigrant who was a major Democrat operative in an east coast city. He told me that the reason why what he called the Heritage Americans kept losing ground to newcomers is that they stopped paying attention to their local and state politicians. Every Congressman, every Senator, and almost every President started on a school board somewhere or a city council. That’s where the Alt Right has to start putting in their own candidates and then push them to the nationals.

      I’m trying to give Trump the benefit of a doubt here. I doubt if he intended to con the country. He was just one man against a vast army who opposed him both in his own party and in the opposition and he had a fifth column in his own family. If White Nationalists had been able to find and groom and advance a bunch of David Dukes Without The Baggage, we wouldn’t be in this predicament.

      The carrot and stick approach was obviously used on Trump. I don’t think it’s a coincidence that Gorsuch got confirmed the day after Trump attacked Syria. Gorsuch much have been the carrot. Hopefully Gorsuch being on the Supreme Court will enable Trump to implement strict vetting processes on refugees and other immigrants. Hopefully he negotiated more carrots than that. Like funding the damned wall.

      I seriously doubt he will get more than this term, but if it’s only going to be one term, hopefully Trump has enough ego to make it count for something. Because he’s old enough to remember Iraq and he knows damned well the Democrats are going to run against him as the Anti-War Party two years from now.

    • Mojoman_XXXL

      We need our on politicians who will run for higher office. We can only change the system from the inside. Now is a great time to do so..

  • Charlie Primero

    Hunter Wallace can’t come back. Ever.

    When you flee the trench and run shrieking to the rear at the first sign of poor C.O. leadership, your fellow soldiers can never trust you again, ever.

    • Trump was never pro-White – he was pro-Jew.

      Some of us used Trump to help the White cause. Others used the White cause to help Trump. The latter can go get bent. Once Trump is no longer useful to us, in the trash he goes.

    • Aetius

      So what does that make you? A soldier for ZOG?

  • Fred

    We were ready to die for Trump to eliminate foreign interests and influence in our country, but the orange buffoon turned his ass on us and succumbed to foreign interests in less than 100 days!
    But without our support, the orange buffoon will fall rock bottom. In no time, he will commit a blunder and the Left will roast him. When he is back on the American agenda, we will have to demand a hefty price: Stop immigration, eliminate the birth right citizenship, deport ALL illegals, build the damn wall.

    We MUST evolve as an independent movement, going into mainstream. I am shocked there is no manifesto, no program, no nothing from Richard. College tours and twitter. That’s it.

    • Putting practical applications into motion is a job for all of us, not just Richard Spencer.

    • Alex Harris

      You are committing a blunder by rushing to judgement. I don’t support this Syria strike at all, but we still need to see what happens over the coming weeks and months. If he continues on this trajectory, then of course, disavow.

      But please remember, nothing resembling Trumpism will ever get near the WH again, from here to eternity. And things will get much worse. If Trump fails, “America” is most definitely over for all time.

  • TJ

    A little early to go running, no?

  • ))) Depeche Europa (((

    I agree, Hunter…….

    I’m still in Shellshock Mode……..

    I don’t want to Believe it…….

    I’m trying to Fight the Reality……

    I’m trying to Rationalize……

    It’s SAD…..


    So much Energy and Hours of My Life fighting for Trump……

    Such is Life…….

    I’m still Alive………

    Is he better than Hillary?


    Is he a Fraud?


    Where do we go from here?

    This strengthens the Alt-Right……

    We’re a Real Movement……..

  • Lee Whitewidower Finly

    I saw an invasion of Syria and or Iran prior to trumps election. Glad to see the alt right sees trumps broken promises.

    • Muzeli 2

      In the tea leaves?

  • unpaidpundit

    All may not be lost. “The New York Times” says the missile strike is expected to be a one off. Trump can still be useful on many economic and foreign policy issues. Right now, there is said to be a power struggle between Steve Bannon and Jared Kushner. I don’t see how Trump can continue without Bannon’s advice. While Trump can’t fire his son-in-law, Kushner appears to be mostly a hanger-on, and can be marginalized within the administration. Let’s hope that Trump starts making some better decisions.

    • Muzeli 2

      Our press in the UK is excited about it being an on going invasion.

      If it’s a one-off, it makes Trump look impetuous. How can it benefit him?

      • silviosilver ✓ᵀʳᵘᵐᵖ ˢᵘᵖᵖᵒʳᵗᵉʳ

        Clinton launched a one-off cruise missile strike on Saddam. Didn’t seem to hurt him.

  • marijan

    Biggest red flag for me was his complete silence on the kidnapping and torture of the white handicapped kid in Chicago. Part of his torture was his white race, the other was revenge for Trump and the man couldn’t even tweet 1 goddamn thing about it.

    Add all the other things up and you see a total sum of bad parts. People were beaten unconscious for wearing his hat and shirts and he was silent. But fake prank phone calls to people who wish him dead, which hurt 0 people, gets highest of priority. Makes you sick

    • silviosilver ✓ᵀʳᵘᵐᵖ ˢᵘᵖᵖᵒʳᵗᵉʳ

      Can’t argue with that.

  • Cam

    To early to make any judgments; prudence is warranted. Looks like a media manipulation job by Trump, a la Bill Clinton. We need to see how this shakes out.

  • John C.

    Trump has been threatened and/or blackmailed into obedience to the Deep State. His son-in-law is now his handler while the neo-con/globalists push forwards with their war agenda and financial looting. Trump has become nothing more than a puppet. That’s my take, anyway.

  • Yehudah Finkelstein
    • ))) Depeche Europa (((


      I have to agree…..

  • ))) Depeche Europa (((

    Nice Job, Richard Spencer and Team…..

    AntiFa was hoping to inflict More Violence on Spencer……

    All they managed was a Glitter Bomb….



    MUCH Respect to all who showed up knowing that AntiFa would as well……

    MUCH Respect…..

    I’m Proud of the Alt-Right…….

    It would be much easier to hold an Alt-Right rally in other places……

    But, the Team successfully pulled one off in the Heart of DC….


  • Katachthonios

    Finally! I’ve been sitting wondering how much longer people in the US would be sucked by Trumps excessive bullshitting. All this pro-Trump rubbish had me literally reaching for the puke bucket every time I read it, and I dumped the Alt-Right for making me listen to the shit for months. Please, no more mainstream bullshit.

    • Katachthonios

      ‘Iranians for Trump’ was the last straw…sure it was humorous, but really Trump is the last person on the planet they should be supporting.

  • MontExit Party

    Alt-Righters need to come to Montana and join the MontExit Party. There is no saving the (((United States))). Why not? There is no longer time left to make the changes we need. Trump in the Executive Branch was our last shot at winning a rigged game. Our Trump card turned out to be a Joker.

    The (((Globalist))) plan was to topple 7 countries in 5 years, Libya to Syria. (((Trump))) is in office and he is surrounded by his (((staff))) and the 7 countries in 5 years plan continues right on schedule. Time to get off the (((Trump Train))) now.

    MontExit – Because time is running out…

  • I commented on this piece last night, but my comment was labeled Pending” and was not posted. What is up with that? I am a White Nationalist and my comment is pending at Alt-Right? Is this a tech issue, or did I say something?

    • ))) Depeche Europa (((

      Disqus is located in Silicon Valley and isn’t Alt-Right or White Nationalist……

      It’s why you don’t see Disqus on…….

      I think Websites have to follow certain rules to use it…….

  • TheWestphalianKhan

    It has always been difficult to say “I am a Donald Trump supporter” because I knew that he is fed information by advisors, and thinks with his gut and not his brain. More than anything else he served as a symbol of resistance to globalism, it is why the various factions of the Alto-sphere could all get behind him.

    The diversity of the Trump phenomenon was really bizarre. It isn’t often that you see Anarcho-capitalists like Stefan Molyneux, Anti-capitalists like Paul Craig Roberts, Zionists like David Horowitz, and even post-marxists like Slavoj Zizek, ride the same train for any length of time. Establishment backers of Trump hoped to co-opt the dissident right, mistaking them for the mouth-breathing evangelical hicks who brought us the bush family, and I thought they had succeeded. Glad I was wrong

    This Syrian debacle has confirm what many suspected; namely that not Trump is not Sherlock Holmes, but Inspector Closeau. The Never Trumpers said he was a drunk boxer, not a master of the art of drunken boxing, which is what we had hoped. Drunks no matter what it is they are drunk on, are easy to manipulate.

  • WR_the_realist

    The only thing I can say for Trump is that he’s still no worse than Hillary would have been. At least ICE is now allowed to enforce immigration law. And it’s not Trump’s fault that his executive order travel bans keep getting overridden by judges appointed by George W. Bush or Obama.

    But the Syria attack — good grief, is there any president who’ll refrain from launching us into war?

  • Harold Janson

    Jon Leibowitz was right… you don’t own nothin goy… 🙁

  • Mojoman_XXXL

    Have you noticed how Trump didn’t condemn the terror attacks in St. Petersburg and Stockholm? Is he PC now? This would have been a perfect opportunity for him to call for less muslim immigration and call out the judges. He didn’t. What a disappointment.