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The Dawning of the Trump Era is a False Dawn

Submitted by Kai Murros in letter form.

 

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Economic policies will be dictated by Corporate America – virtually everything will be up for sale. There will be tax cuts for the rich, dismembering the federal government apparatus, and whatever is left of it is then privatized and merged with Corporate America (in the long run this is, of course, a positive thing because the only way we can beat this monster is that it begins to devour itself). Civil liberties, so dear to Americans, will be handed over to the capitalist behemoth – this will happen unnoticed and unchallenged because … after all … what is good for business is good for America.

The USA riseth by capitalism and falleth by capitalism. The corporate takeover is an essential part of the death throes of the USA. No one can defeat America, only America can defeat itself … and it will.

There will be marginal, symbolic victories for the “conservatives” on moral issues. There will be jingoistic and adventuristic wars abroad – these wars will help Trump earn the love and respect of the liberal media but also, unfortunately, poor white people. War is all that poor white people will get from Trump but they will happily settle for it.

Like Caesar, Trump is of the Populares party but, just like Caesar, he is also a patrician and his policies are designed to benefit him personally and other patricians – unless they diametrically oppose him. Patricians of the Populares party never intended to do anything that would pose any threat to their enormous wealth and political power. Bread and circuses was all that they were willing to give to the masses, and therefore all the necessary reforms needed to save the empire (ROME/USA) were cancelled and will be cancelled again.

There may be some rebuilding of America’s infrastructure but even this may be only a show without any real consequences in terms of employment. What baffles me is that Trump seems to be slashing the budget instead of expanding it. The money for building infrastructure – and expanding America’s military complex – comes from slashing other expenditures in the budget. The truly great populists and men of the people always leave behind empty state coffers, an enormous debt and a loving nation. Trump, however, seems to have been an austerity fellow right from the start. If it turns out that Trump really is an austerity fellow, it means that he is not a thoroughbred populist at all.

One of the most obnoxious legacies of the Trump administration will be the rise of AIPAC as the highest power holder in the country – they may even try to add an amendment to the constitution to make it official. The Kushner-Bannon struggle is straight out of the Book of Esther.

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ThomasER916
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anglosax88
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Murros is awesome. Wish he’d do more speeches/speaking, he can really light a fire with his rhetoric.

Blackwing Resistance
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anglosax88
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you do realize that “alt” in “alt-right” means “alternative”, right? or are you just a militant equality fag larping as a fucking bolshevik?

Blackwing Resistance
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Blackwing Resistance
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ThomasER916
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You’re autistic, but not in a good way.

Blackwing Resistance
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anglosax88
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“Hail, Tranny Bathrooms!” Seriously?

Kumiko Oumae
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This is what you have done. You will never be forgiven for having enabled all of this.

ThomasER916
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Get lost gook!

Kumiko Oumae
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Why?

MylesStandish
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Europeans don’t really understand the Trump phenomenon: it was fake populism from the start to thwart Ron Paul’s right libertarianism. He’s not a real American: none of his grandparents were born here. He is unwelcome in polite society because he doesn’t conform to Anglo-Saxon norms and manners. He demolished the beautiful old Art-Deco Bonwit-Teller building to build his hideously tacky Trump Tower, a typical foreign oligarch move which disgusted the preservation-minded. He publicly villified Pat Buchanan as a “racist” and “anti-semite”. He forced the integration of private clubs in Miami Beach, which used to be a nice WASPy retreat, but… Read more »
TheWestphalianKhan
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The West died long ago, and every time someone claims “capitalism”, communism, democracy, christianity, or (((another common explanation))) killed it I am compelled to laugh. Ironically enough it was the “Faustian spirit” the Spencerian Right praises so much, from which all western ideologies originate, that killed the west. SJWs are bacteria decomposing the corpse, and the refugees are maggots. The Alt-right is a ghost that has “spooked” the globalist vultures. This Faustian spirit is the ultimate double-edged sword. If you think the left and globalists and lack this spirit, you are the idiots (((they))) claim you are. The left is… Read more »
Karlo Valois
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Patricians, the populus and the vulgus represented 3 different levels, patricians being the aristocracy, the most eminent ones. Today the vulgus rules (political puppet figures all come from this strata). Ceasar was a great patrician, not at all comparable to Trump.
Alas, today the vulgus (majority) is not able to recognize aristocracy, let alone being worthy of following them.

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Months ago there was a pervasive view that Trump was somehow “Alt-Right”, even going as far as to say that they were whom his election was owed. The idea actually came from the media as an attack message, though the A-R also believed it from its own perspective opposing theirs. Then I was reassured there was no “immunity” anywhere to the extreme gullibility displayed by groups further leftward (the further left, the more so), similar to the prog’s own garbage about Sanders who was simply their own Trump (and a bullet thankfully dodged). The biggest problem was the “Trump slump”… Read more »
unpaidpundit
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Do not underestimate Trump’s intelligence. He talks like a fifth-grader because he needs support, even from the lowest common denominator. I once saw an interview with Rosalyn Carter in which she said that she simplified her speeches by changing all of the “big words.” All good politicians try to keep their communications simple. The media honestly believe that Trump is learning economics as he goes along. I don’t believe it. Trump knew that ending the import/export bank was a bad idea when the promised to do so. Trump knew that China was no longer manipulating their currency when he accused… Read more »
Kumiko Oumae
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There’s more spin there than the inside of a washing-machine.

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Bad_Mr_Frosty
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^^^This

Trump is a lot smarter than moist of the people criticizing him. He’s playing the game. He wants people to think he’d start WW3 over Ivanka tears. He’s not that stupid, but his enemies might not know that. Watch what he’s signalling, not what he’s saying.

Laguna Beach Fogey
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For us Trump has always been just an opportunity–not a solution.

Scott Schroeder
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It’s time to set aside the savior mentality, roll up our sleeves and focus on the hard work of winning the propaganda war and taking power. In office is not the same as in power. In power means you control public opinion. After pro-whites are in power, politicians will have to be pro-white to get elected.

Riopel
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Even Trump’s fans don’t expect him to make America great (“great” being a real country) again. They’re just savoring the fact that a democrat isn’t in charge for four or maybe eight years. By the time he’s out of office, America will still be a third world country with a first world military. Americans know deep down that it’s over. No serious person sees “America” as anything other than a big, fat, hopelessly retarded golem for global kikery. The flag-wavers are idiots. America was finished long ago. The country is practically unrecognizable compared to how it was before the 20th… Read more »
Billy Brown
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The.people r worth saving

ThomasER916
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When I attended kindergarten every child in my class was White. It was that way until 7th grade when Arabs started appearing here and there. By the time I was in high school there were Arabs, mestizos, and negroes. Fast forward and Hizb ut-Tahrir holds a conference where I grew up in Oak Lawn at the Hilton. By the time we get to the present America is unrecognizable. Entire towns flooded with illegal mestizos, Turd World refugees, and negroes on Section 8; all of it paid for with White labor and taxes. Places like Ferguson were nearly 100% White just… Read more »
MylesStandish
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“There’s nothing worth saving here” Disagree. The historical American nation is certainly worth saving and no one can prevent us from doing so. Of course, Donald Trump and the alt-right have nothing to do with the true nation, rather they are enemies of our people. We are the descendants of the Pilgrims and the Pioneers, the true sons of the West. Ellis Island people are not part of our true nation, they can only be civic nationalists and nothing more. It is a gross offense when ethnics try to sully or thwart the essential Anglo-Saxon character of our laws and… Read more »
Slidell
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+10 That point is worth repeating. Institutionally, there is nothing worth saving here.

Riopel
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America at this point is more like the Soviet Union than Rome. It uses its military and economic might to expand jewish tyranny across the globe, only we call it “democracy.” We were never as honest as Rome was.

Hipster Racist
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“One of the most obnoxious legacies of the Trump administration will be the rise of AIPAC as the highest power holder in the country”

We told you so.

“The Kushner-Bannon struggle is straight out of the Book of Esther.”

Yep, we even used the Esther analogy specifically.

You’re welcome.

Pedro Alfonsinho
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there no anyone fight .Bannon is a fucking neocon /israel firster breitbart

DaveMD ✓ᴺᵃᵗᶦᵒᶰᵃˡᶦˢᵗᴰʳ
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DaveMD ✓ᴺᵃᵗᶦᵒᶰᵃˡᶦˢᵗᴰʳ

Whom were you promoting during the primary campaigns?

Hipster Racist
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No one, I’m not in the business of endorsing politicians. Considering that Trump and all the other candidates had the mainstream media and professional campaign staff working to get their message out, I’ve never understood why anyone would use their blogs and social media to just repeat the talking points of professional campaigners. 99% of people aren’t going to hear you over all the noise anyway and you’re wasting what little attention and platform you have essentially doing a ninth-rate copy.

DaveMD ✓ᴺᵃᵗᶦᵒᶰᵃˡᶦˢᵗᴰʳ
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DaveMD ✓ᴺᵃᵗᶦᵒᶰᵃˡᶦˢᵗᴰʳ
Well, it’s easy to castigate others from the sidelines if you didn’t stand for anyone yourself. For my part, I didn’t have a single favorite during the primary campaign; I simply recognized that whomever the Republicans picked would likely be better for Whites than the Democratic nominee would. That said, i did point out, multiple times, that Ted Cruz’s “A” rating from NumbersUSA earned him strong attention from nationalists. With Trump now saying that he won’t do anything about “DREAMers”, I think that, in retrospect, Cruz would have been better. Perhaps we’ll get a candidate who will challenge Trump from… Read more »
Hipster Racist
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“Well, it’s easy to castigate others from the sidelines if you didn’t stand for anyone yourself.” By “standing for someone” you mean “repeat the talking points of professional campaign staffers I read someone else.” Trump is one of the most popular celebrities of my entire lifetime, it required zero courage or insight to simply repeat “MAGA” and post cartoon frogs on Twitter. What did take some doing is actually reminding people of Trump’s long standing shady associations not to mention his decade long Likud propaganda campaign from the mid 2000s to today. That actually generated some heat, that was actually… Read more »
Captain John Charity Spring MA
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Captain John Charity Spring MA

It’s straight out of Jacob and Laban.

From Ohio
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Trump is a transitional figure, he was never Alt-Right or any kind of serious nationalist.

Kumiko Oumae
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The only thing Trump is being ‘transitional’ on, is taking the United States from an embattled position with AIPAC, to one where AIPAC has unrivalled control and the executive branch is responsive primarily to it and it alone.

Great job, you guys basically handcuffed your own wrist to Trump’s politically in front of the eyes of the whole world, and now you will have to live with that association forever.

Riopel
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The US was not in an embattled position with AIPAC. Obama gave more money to Israel than any previous president and Hillary would have been even more more fanatically pro-Israel than either him or Trump.

We are not chained to Trump. We helped make him and we can help bring him down. If it comes to it, I’ll even vote for the accelerationist candidate in 2020 to make up for my mistake in voting for Trump.

Hipster Racist
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Disagree – both Obama and Clinton were far, far more critical and put up a much greater resistance to Israel than Trump has or will. In fact, even the second George W. Bush term saw the Israel lobby get spanked.

While the rest of the GOP only sucks up to AIPAC for money, Trump does it because Israel is family.

Whether you like it or not, Trump is likely to be the most pro-Israel President in US history, surpassing LBJ.

Riopel
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I couldn’t care less about what motivates kwan politicians to support Israel, whether it’s money or family. It leads to the same destination, a bombed-out city in the middle east filled with dead Arabs and American soldiers.

Trump can be pro-Israel and neutral on America. It’s better than a democrat candidate being pro-Israel and anti-American.

Kumiko Oumae
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On AIPAC The US was not in an embattled position with AIPAC. While the US government was awful on this issue before due to rampant institutional capture by Israel, and would have continued to be bad under a hypothetical scenario where you had just disengaged and let Clinton win, the scenario that your pro-Trump intervention into the election has brought about has in fact taken the situation from bad to worse for the following reasons: 1. Previously Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton were articulating a thankfully muddled Syria policy ( http://www.tabletmag.com/jewish-news-and-politics/213851/obamas-syria-policy-striptease ) that was complicated by their desire to simultaneously… Read more »
Orthodoxy_or_Death
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Thank you for that very in-depth and accurate exposition. I totally agree.

Riopel
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1. I never supported Trump’s blustering on Iran, but America’s foreign policy will never change as long as AIPAC exists. It doesn’t matter who’s in office. As for Obama, there were some zionists who were so thrilled with him that there was once an article calling him the first jewish president. 2. Hillary Clinton is not median anything. She was going to be America’s Merkel, on one hand fanatically pro-Israel, on the other, fanatically pro-globalist for America and the West. The worst of both worlds. Never mind foreign policy, if Hillary had become president they would probably already be trying… Read more »
ThomasER916
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We’re not fam. Not now, not ever.

Kumiko Oumae
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Well, obviously the word ‘fam’ in the context I used it, wasn’t supposed to be taken literally.

Slidell
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Except for his cruise missile diplomacy, Trump is acting pretty much as expected. He is not Alt Right, but he was the right tactical choice for us. Now we can put Trump aside, put the whole nonsense of electoral politics aside, and focus on our own message and agenda.

Charles Martel
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Trump: the ultimate shabbos goy.

crediThor
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King Alpha Cuck of Kosher Fake Nationalism is his real title

Axe in the Deep
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If he doesn’t build a wall, nobody like Trump will ever be elected ever again in America.

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DaveMD ✓ᴺᵃᵗᶦᵒᶰᵃˡᶦˢᵗᴰʳ

The wall is fine and good, but would never amount to anything more than a symbol. As others are noting, the real problem is the millions arriving by plane, and they happen to be the ones with the intelligence to displace Whites.

(Mestizos are irritating and do hurt blue-collar Whites, but don’t present nearly the same threat to White power in academia, politics, etc. as do Indians, Arabs, and East-Asians.)

ThomasER916
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The wall is a symbol of political will.

DaveMD ✓ᴺᵃᵗᶦᵒᶰᵃˡᶦˢᵗᴰʳ
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DaveMD ✓ᴺᵃᵗᶦᵒᶰᵃˡᶦˢᵗᴰʳ

Exactly, and for that reason, I’m very happy (as a taxpayer) to subsidize it.

Axe in the Deep
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Of course. Historically, no wall has ever really worked. It’s about going out of your way to create a large enough deterrent to showcase to the world that you’re taking a stand.

Ronald Blake
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Even in his speeches mentioning the wall, he made sure to state there’d be a door to immigrants.

Axe in the Deep
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Of course, he never said anything about stopping everyone. He just wants legality, which is fair, though ineffective.

From Ohio
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Key word “elected”.

Axe in the Deep
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I use the term loosely, none of us really believe in what we know as electoral processes.

From Ohio
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At least not in universal suffrage, women and third-worlders shouldn’t not be allowed to vote and democracy was invented with them in mind.

Ike35
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Agreed. But I don’t think that’ll be enough, more of a symbolic gesture because I think this asshole is going to increase legal immigration. But we shouldn’t worry because it’ll be “skilled” immigrants from India and China. Oh goodie gumdrops. He also won’t do anything about the refugee swindle either. He hasn’t so far.

Fred
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Under the auspices of the H1-B visa program, more than 1 million Indians and Chinese immigrated to the US.during the Obama year. They are here to stay. The Indian and Chinese immigration strangles Whites economically – the main reason while it has been promoted by libshits (plus cucks). Our lifestyle and culture will never allow us to run our families and communities as economic (cheap) as Indians and Chinese. That is why they will work for lower rates and will push us out in the professional work space. Already, many financial and procurement jobs (forget the IT sector) are off-limits… Read more »
Chadwick D. Prestington
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Chadwick D. Prestington

I work in tech for a huge Silicon Valley and several of my Indian teammates are preparing to leave the country thanks to Trump. He’s done a good job keeping his promises here.

unpaidpundit
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Trump may yet cut back on the H1-B visa program. He is going slow by first ordering a study. He has to contend with powerful corporate interests which are always demanding more H1-B visas.

Ike35
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It’s almost as if the legal immigration is worse. It seems alot worse as a matter of fact.

Ronald Blake
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Spencer said exactly that at Auburn…Illegals often return home, but legals are here to stay, and they’re not coming from Europe.

Fred
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I agree. Trump presidency will be defined by the Wall.
I also believe Kush is going to be a big problem for nationalists. He is not going to stop just at making billions and getting Golan Heights to Israel. I hear he is now discussing killing the internet freedom.

Orthodoxy_or_Death
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You are right about the internet freedom issue. “UN Secretary General Guterres to address World Jewish Congress Plenary Assembly in New York” Wed, 19 Apr 2017 http://www.worldjewishcongress.org/en/news/united-nations-secretary-general-antonio-guterres-to-address-world-jewish-congress-plenary-assembly-4-3-2017 “Amid mounting concerns about the bias against Israel at the United Nations, the world body’s new secretary general, António Guterres, will speak to the more than 600 representatives of Jewish communities in over 90 countries who are gathering in New York from Sunday through Tuesday for the Plenary Assembly of the World Jewish Congress (WJC).” […] “A WJC-commissioned report will be presented that details the proliferation anti-Semitism on the internet, and policies to… Read more »
davidex
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The Golan was annexed by Israel in 1981 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Golan_Heights They already administer it and have developed and settled it. It was originally occupied in 1967. Lee Stranahan points out that there is oil and gas under the Golan and indeed a company called Genie has the licence to develop these resources https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genie_Energy I don’t imagine al-Assad will be very happy if the Israeli’s help themselves to his oil when Syria needs redevelopment funds. Maybe this is another reason why the US/Israel axis wants rid of him.

Fred
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Oh, yeah! Every cuck an libshit calls for the regime change in Syria.

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