Where the Trump Train Stops


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Don’t forget that “making America great again” will necessarily entail rejection of the nuclear program agreement with Iran and further unconditional support of Israel.

Can’t stump the Trump!  Or so we’re told.  Donald Trump’s political campaign thus far has been entertaining, comedic, energizing and a big middle finger right in the face of the political and news establishments.  The Trump Train’s boiler is going to explode soon, and my guess is that it will be because the mainstream media and other candidates will stoke it with too much coal.

Trump’s disposition towards brashness and insolence is a hit with voters.  The establishment politicians know this, and I think we’re going to see them attempt to goad Trump into staying at a ridiculously over-loaded state.  Others will capitalize on this and use this to their advantage likening him to Sarah Palin, Alex Jones and Glenn Beck.

With any luck, the establishment won’t even need to go that far.  Trump is not a politician, he’s a businessman.  Trump doesn’t “know how to GOP” and in the end American conservative voters will fall back onto their favorite flavor of establishment brand conservatism and make a straight-party vote.

Last week I predicted that something would happen during last night’s debate by which Trump would begin to fall out of favor and Jeb Bush would begin to gain favor.  Most of this prediction depends on the assumption that Trump does not have Presidential debate-level argumentation experience, and I think that’s exactly what we saw last night.

Without reading between the lines, just looking at the broad strokes, only the meat-and-potatoes, Jeb Bush’s performance was very good.  He managed to make himself look like a presidential candidate.  His speech, manner and dress were just what the public wanted to see.  I’m thinking back to the debate right now, and the immediate impression I had was, “hey, Jeb isn’t that liberal, and he might do a fine job as a mainstream conservative.”  But, that’s just the immediate impression.  The only other thing I remember from the debate is that Ted Cruz and Rand Paul put on so much makeup that they had a twinkle in their eyes.  What a couple of tarts.

And that’s how presidential debates are supposed to work.  If Trump hasn’t already lost his support among far-right red-pilled conservatives then he will lose the rest of it very soon.  The longer that Trump spends engaging the other candidates in their forums is the more that he will have to testify for-and-against his own positions.  He will invariably end up compromising some of his strongest lightning-rod convictions, and this cannot be prevented.

It doesn’t matter that all of the candidates support a pathway to citizenship, amnesty of one kind or another and a pro-Israel position.  Don’t fool yourself, Trump is at least as big of a warhawk as anyone else in D.C.  American politics is sort of the opposite of baseball.  In baseball, all the players are different but wear the same jersey.  In American politics, there’s only one player, Israel, and it wears a different jersey each time at bat.

American conservative voters are like spoiled little children who become easily infatuated with the newest shiny bobble that should come their way.  They will grab it, and hold it, and squeeze it, and love it until mommy comes out and says, “Now stop that, America! You’re going to hurt yourself with that shiny new thing!  Here, play with Jeb Bush instead, he’s much safer!”  There will be some crying, a couple of tantrums, but then Bush’s exceptionally well financed campaign team will teach America how to love Bush.  Everyone in the whole world knows what America is, and according Israeli Prim Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, “America is a thing that you can move very easily.” And this exactly what I see happening.

My friends on Facebook were abuzz with video segments of Trump blasting the other candidates.  The “trending” political items on Facebook didn’t have one mention of Trump.  What about Twitter?  Nope.  Trump wasn’t trending there either.  The national mainstream media is shitting their pants right now and desperately trying to snatch Trump from the hands of American conservative voters.  They are panting hard for another Bush or Clinton to win this one.  A friend pointed out to me that social media trending lists vary from one computer to the next based on each user’s tweets and posts, and I get that.  But, something is afoul here.  I didn’t even see Trump’s name in one single headline at Google News.  I opened an incognito window to see if the headlines at Google News were different.  And they were different.  The first article on the list was about how Trump just ruined his chances at winning candidacy.  That’s about what I expected.

But, the whole thing is a moot argument.  The presidency is the least useful office in the entirety of congress, while conveniently being the most distracting.  Electing the popular rebel candidate to office is the equivalent of throwing a watermelon into a chipper-shredder.  Don’t fool yourself.  Trump isn’t going to change anything.  If he snubs all of the establishment on the way to D.C. he will get there and not have an iota of support.  Granted, the president does nominate supreme court justices, has veto and executive power order, but in the end the president usually does just what his advisers tell him to do.

Will anything change if Trump somehow, in a ludicrous pipe dream, wins the election?  Yes.  Obama will be out of office, and Trump will be in office.  That’s about all that will change.


  • Ezra Pound’s Ghost

    I’m not a supporter of Trump, and the thought of actually voting for him curdles my blood, but that said, this article is long on assumptions and short on any substances to back them up. I personally dislike Trump and do not trust him, but the article reads more like wishful thinking than anything else.

    • Thomas Buhls

      Yeah, but that’s how blogging works. If you’re planning on writing a rebuttal I’d enjoy to read it. But, thanks for reading, Ezra.

  • Light Division

    Well I know it’s all a matter of opinion, but you’re certainly in the minority thinking that Jeb Bush did well last night. Literally every other breakdown I’ve seen– both from conservative sites and left-wing cesspools like Vox– has been very hard on Bush. Compared to the other candidates (not just Trump) he looked weak, indecisive, and decidedly un-presidential. And I think I’m speaking for the mainstream when I say that.

    As far as Trump goes, I really feel you’re missing the point a little bit, Thomas. It’s not his policies (or lack thereof) or stance on issues (even issues like immigration) that are winning him the favor of white men (and make no mistake, that is his base– WHITE MEN, and no one else. You think women or people of color are voting for this guy? nope), it’s the fact that he’s operating outside the construct of traditional American politics by not only recognizing the systemic corruption in government, but essentially arguing that he’s the right man for the job because he knows “corruption” better than anyone else, and will therefore be able to get things done.

    It’s a remarkable departure from what every other candidate– both Republican and Democrat– is doing. Other politicians rail against the “Washington establishment” but always position themselves above the fray, running a campaign that’s optimistic, hopeful, inclusive, blah blah blah. Trump isn’t engaging in that hypocrisy, choosing instead to ridicule it and assert his ability to be the “best” at corruption, so to speak (“I’ll get things done” etc.). In this way, he’s playing a different game than anyone else in the field.

    Trump really isn’t an idealogical member of either established party. Democrats hate him, but so do most mainstream Fox Republicans, and that’s why I think everyone on the “far/dissident/alt-right” should be overwhelmingly supportive of his candidacy: this could be an early harbinger of the end of the traditional two-part system, making way for “true” conservatism to make its return. As we all know, there really isn’t a significant difference between the Republicans and Democrats anymore, so smashing the system entirely– or stepping outside of it– is the only way we’re going to prevent the continued leftward shift in our society. I mean, a Republican was loudly applauded last night for supporting “gay marriage”. If that doesn’t tell you that today’s Republican is simply yesterday’s liberal, I don’t know what could.

    Trump doesn’t seem to be interested in widening his appeal (quite the opposite, judging from last night) and he’s absolutely correct with his criticism of politicians of all stripes and the American political system in general. This is the very essence of his popularity with the “red pill” crowd.

    • Thomas Buhls

      Jeb was a cool as a cucumber last night. He didn’t need to get excited and interrupt other candidates like Paul and Trump did. If Trump thinks he’s going to win the election on hot air and snubbing the establishment he’ll soon find himself in the same club as Sarah Palin, Alex Jones and Glenn Beck: Unelectable.

      You’re right to say that Trump will remain popular with the anti-establishment voters, but he’s not going to win the wider selection of people who believe in “God, guns and the GOP.”

    • Thomas Buhls

      If he’s depending on white men to win him the vote, then he’s surely going to lose. The number of white men of voting age who actually vote aren’t enough to cut the mustard on this one.

  • Richard Bird

    Poor article written by someone who obviously regards Trump as a clown. Some clown. He hasn’t even been nominated yet, but he’s got America, and the world, discussing illegal immigration. What have the others done besides criticizing him and trying to score points off his bold statements by citing his “tone”? Who the hell gives a fig about his tone. It’s substance which counts, and he is prepared to put his money where his mouth is. I haven’t seen a politician I’d vote for until now, that is, if I voted at all, which I don’t. Ziodemocracy is a smoke and mirrors trick designed to give common people the belief they actually have a say in how the country is run. Irrespective of who wins the election, the same big money puppet masters will pull the strings. The so called, two party state, is a transparent lie, because the same people control both. The computers they use are made and programmed in Tel Aviv. Enough said.

    • Thomas Buhls

      Trump’s entire campaign is one grand _argumentum ad populam_; he depends on making an argument directly to the public for their approval. When Trump gets trapped into doing an actual political debate with other candidates on “actual” politics he’s going to get creamed. It will come to a screeching halt when he’s unable to debate the other candidates on important political matters in which he has no experience.

    • Fr. John+

      Yeah, well the ENTIRE AMERICAN POLITICAL APPARATUS in an ‘argumentum ad populum’, so your rebuttal sucks, to put it bluntly. I am so utterly disgusted with ANYONE who dares to pontificate on how ‘we’ are to think, I am not standing silent any more. We’ve had the Jews, the Neo-Cons, the Cuckservatives, and now some pseudo-Traditionalist tell us how to think. Guess what? When we Americans, if left alone, can make up our minds to vote for a businessman before a whore or pimp politician, and feel good about it, and go to bed justified, I’d say that was a step – no, a giant leap for mankind, in the right direction. I don’t know what your beef is about Mr. Trump, Buhls, but you are way off. WAY OFF. And I would advise you to see which way the wind blows, before you shoot off your mouth, to a rather literate, and well-read audience such as this forum engenders, about things you know nothing.

    • Thomas Buhls

      In light if your preference to avoid people who like to say what we should think, it’s a wonder that you read blogs at all. You don’t think anyone should listen to us, but they should listen to you? Being a priest, or claiming to be, and trying to chase other people out of the marketplace of ideas is as good of a practice as being an anti-gun politician who also runs blackmarket firearms deals: you can’t have a lucrative blackmarket without a prohibition.

      The only thing that Americans do well when left alone to make up their minds is to chase after base and degenerate lifestyles. Or, do you mean that you want Americans left alone to make up their minds without anyone else’s opinion but yours? I don’t believe that voting is going to fix the problem, rather it’s what got us into this problem.

  • Dr. Doom

    If you think Boosh is a good candidate, then you need to see a doctor. That asshole couldn’t sell cookies to his mom. He’s so fake, he might as well be polyurethane. His support is the establishment the voters hate, and if he gets nominated he’ll get the support of no one. You can polish a turd if you want, but it still stinks.

    • Thomas Buhls

      All salesmen are fake, and he managed to sell enough cookies to find his way into the Florida governor’s office. You don’t have to like or hate the guy to admit that he’s going to be a popular candidate with mainstream conservative voters if or when he receives the nomination. Except, once he gets the nomination he’ll have the entire GOP establishment helping him sell cookies, and, yes, people will buy them.

  • Eric

    Trump is what he is, but he’s more real than both Nigel Farage and Le Pen, who wrongly are given a lot of play in pro-white circles. He could’ve easily stayed on the right side of cuckservative inc and made his immigration platform about something kosher like “radical Islam”, but instead he took the principled route and talked about the real problem of Mexico transplanting its population into America.

    He’s got some interesting anti-capitalist views as well, which is surprising considering his background. He’s got the money to make his own platform and he speaks from the heart. No matter what his stated views are on Israel and other issues are, he’s a WASP from New York, he knows that Jews are a destructive force full well and I am willing to bet my life that if he gets into any kind of power he will confront them frontally. This is why the Jews in the Conservative establishment are working around the clock to ruin him, defame him, attack his money, etc. Every Gentile they can’t buy, blackmail, or terrorize, is a Nazi egg waiting to hatch.

    Even his Jewish “personal assistants” have been discreetly trying to undermine him, like Andy Cohen saying marital rape is legal all over the press. He knows better, but they’re all in on the conspiracy even if Trump himself doesn’t realize it and reprimands him behind closed doors.

    If its all just a farce, which it probably is, he deserves your vote because at least he’s entertaining. Every other candidate is far worse.

    • Thomas Buhls

      I don’t think that Trump chose to go on about illegal immigration from Mexico and South America because it was a popular political decision. I think he did it to significantly differentiate himself from the other candidates. Trump doesn’t “know how to GOP” correctly, and I think he knows this. He wouldn’t have made it to the first-round debate if he had decided to stick with main-stream conservative issues. Because he can’t out-GOP people like Bush, he’s making a grand _argumentum ad populam_ out of his entire campaign. His entire campaign is based on avoiding other candidates’ arguments and bullying his way to the top of the polls by (a) airing other candidates’ dirty laundry, (b) “they’re taking our jobs,” and when all else fails (c) speak more loudly about how Mexico is quietly and smartly shuffling transient criminals into our own country.

      Trump has shit. He has played his hand, and I seriously doubt that he will be bringing anything new to future debates. Trump does not deserve my vote, and neither do any of the other candidates. But, it’s a moot point for me because I _rarely_ vote for anything outside of the local level. Just because the established Jewish lobby and the organized Zionist interests don’t want Trump meddling with the election doesn’t mean that “Trump is one of us.” He’s not.

    • Eric

      Trump is not a white nationalist, but he could be the American Putin. He doesn’t avoid other candidate’s arguments, they don’t actually offer any.

      Trump’ s bad for Jews, no matter what his personal views are, and that is a net good for whites. He should get support for that alone. He’s toned down the Zionism and philo-semitism quite a bit since running for president, and most likely did this in the past for business reasons.

      He’s not a scripted cyborg. Every single other republican was so painfully scripted it’s hard to see how anyone would vote for them to begin with. This is probably Trump’s strength.

  • Light Division

    …and I just saw where Trump was disinvited to another “conservative” event, this one run by notorious cuckservative Erick Erickson. When are these people gonna realize that this stuff just feeds the beast? Trump supporters are clearly not interested in Erickson’s brand of “bend over and take it” conservatism, as a matter of fact that’s pretty much the entire point.

    And Thomas– totally agree with your above response, he probably is totally unelectable in this country. But again, that’s beside the point– the fact that he’s currently getting so much support despite being attacked by both the left AND the right, and despite the fact that he doesn’t appeal to any section of the population other that White men, speaks volumes. It’s directly related to the “cuckservative” trend, of course, and tangentially related to the pro-South/White stuff we’ve seen so much of recently. The tide is rising. May not be rising fast enough for some, but this is clear progress when compared to 4, 8, 12 years ago…

  • Lew

    You’re taking an excessively narrow view of Trump’s relevance imo. Trump’s campaign is disrupting the system, exposing how much the gop hates its supporters and shifting tone and narrative. His rise was critical in creating the confluence of circumstances necessary for the cuckservative meme to go mainstream. Moreover, here we have a blonde beast galvanizing alienated white men with blunt talk about immigration, shitting all over the war on women narrative, flipping off the media, and declaring we can make America great again by abandoning political correctness (weaponized Jewish ideology and meta-narrative).

    Trump also made the comment those bankers “are killers.” That line has fallen off the radar in the public discussion. But I guarantee you in conjuction with all of these other circumstances around Trump the line set off every silent alarm in Tel Aviv, London, New York and Hollywood.

    • Thomas Buhls

      I’ll concede that he is doing something beneficial for the narrative and the political game, but I still don’t think that he will ever win the nomination or win election. As a student of rhetoric, I will bet the farm that Trump is going to get skinned alive in the future debates.

      So, where do we go with the rhetorical hole cum rhetorical-gold-mine that Trump is digging himself into right now? I’m game for trying to make something useful out of what his campaign is turning into, but I just don’t think that it’s going to last much longer. As a student of journalism, I think that Trump’s relevancy in the media will drop off significantly if he does not bring something drastically new to the conversation. If he can’t start talking about something other than (1) “taking our jobs,” (2) “Mexico’s politicians are smarter than ours” and (3) “illegals are criminals,” the media will not report on him with the kind of substantiality that they will the other candidates because he isn’t bringing anything relevant to the continuing political discourse.

      I think that Trump is stuck between two bad choices right now: If he tries to “do GOP better than the others” he’s going to fail because he’s not a politician and doesn’t have that kind of experience; if he stays the course with the kind of rhetoric he has now then he is going to find himself isolated to the fringes of acceptable discourse. If Bush’s political campaign team has any brains, they’ll do everything they can to stand up Trump as “the radical’s choice” and start making wildly exaggerated claims about how people like Dylan Roof “didn’t have time for political correctness either.” Remember when missing people’s faces would be put on the side of a milk carton? That’s when we knew that all hope for finding a person was over. When Trump’s face starts showing up in advertisements and campaign ads on sites selling colloidal silver and dooomsday seed-packets, then it’ll be “over.”

    • Lew

      I think the value of Trump is on moving the cultural needle on a few key issues like giving people permission to show contempt for PC. For that reason, I hope he stays around as long as possible.

      Trump will not be president. I agree with you on that. As you basically point out, the Republican nominee ultimately will be selected by…republican voters who think in terms of Iran and Putin being dire threats to the planet. That’s in addition to having the Bush faction against him.

      That said, I have another slight quibble I have with this essay. I think you underestimate what a US president can do alone. Imagine, Trump would have complete control of foreign policy, deployment of the US military and border patrol, and control over trade negotiations. Trump would be in a position to wreck all kinds of well-laid plans even if he never signed a single piece of legislation.

      Trump would have executive order and other administrative powers that US allow US presidents bypass Congress; he would have appointment powers across the federal bureaucracy, including for the US Justice Department, the Civil Rights Division, FBI, CIA, NSA, Housing and Urban Development, perhaps the lower branches of the federal reserve, the Securities and Exchange Commission, including people with the administrative authority to interpret Dodd Frank, enforce banking regulations and levy 8 and 9 figure fines. He would also have appointment powers across all levels of the federal courts, including the Supreme Court, for possibly 8 years. The list goes on.

      Trump might use all that power to do things that are and would happen anyway. But he might not — and that’s a serious problem for the US power elite comes in. Trump has too much independence . Basically, if he is serious, if this isn’t grand game to diffuse white anger, Trump is fucking with some very powerful and deadly people. If necessary, he will be killed if they can’t find a way to drive him out of the contest or if he chooses not to leave himself. That man is not going to get into that job.

      It will be interesting to see if they try linking him to someone like Dylan Roof. If they do, we can be sure some very well paid consultants vetted the idea and that Jews have calculated playing the white extremists card is in Jewish interests at this time. It seems like interjecting white politics and white identity directly into a national debate might be a high-risk strategy in an unpredictable climate. Who knows? Time will tell.

    • Matt Parrott

      Trump will not be president. I agree with you on that.

      Not on the Republican ticket, he won’t be. But if he can go third party and pivot to the populist left, he could win a three-way split between weak GOP and DNC candidates.

      Trump winning could actually-factually occur.

      I think you underestimate what a US president can do alone. Imagine, Trump would have complete control of foreign policy, deployment of the US military and border patrol, and control over trade negotiations. Trump would be in a position to wreck all kinds of well-laid plans even if he never signed a single piece of legislation.

      Given his lack of ideology, we can safely assume that he’ll do what executives of his stature are inclined to do: rely heavily on trusted subject matter experts, avoid reinventing the bureaucratic wheel of highly complex systems, and prioritize the easy wins over impractical ideological projects like meaningfully challenging Jewish hegemony.

      Trump has too much independence . Basically, if he is serious, if this isn’t grand game to diffuse white anger, Trump is fucking with some very powerful and deadly people.

      It’s not like he won’t receive fair warning from TPTB if he goes too far off the reservation. I believe the answer is between yours and Thomas’s, though none of us truly know how much power a President actually has.

      It seems like interjecting white politics and white identity directly into a national debate might be a high-risk strategy in an unpredictable climate. Who knows? Time will tell.

      Appearing to be pro-White is a temporary artifact of his current position in his road to the White House. When he goes third party, he’ll be unmistakably multicultural and will pander heavily to minorities…with more success than the pundits would predict.

    • Lew

      I agree with Thomas in the main (except for the Bush did well part which I think is really off base) and see these remarks as more in the zone of quibbles than real disagreement. The US president definitely has a lot less power, far less, that most people appreciate. The military/deep state faction especially seem to do what they want.

      I find the Trump/Putin comparisons that are going around intriguing. Whatever the flaws Putin may have, he does appear to have some underlying principles and an integrated worldview that includes basic sympathy for Russians. Trump has no guiding principles and might be manipulated into accelerating an anti-white program as accidentally as he might block one.

      You have a good sense of this stuff. What do you think is going on here? Just a variation on the old strategy of diffusing white anger with a variation on the dog whistle? How does it benefit US elites at this time to hinder Bush or Walker and explicitly show the GOP working against its base voters?

    • Matt Parrott

      (except for the Bush did well part which I think is really off base)

      I confess, reluctantly, and with great personal shame, that a part of me couldn’t help but be charmed by Bush’s bearing and gravitas. Setting absolutely all politics and strategy aside, and acknowledging that this is not the historical moment for it, I agree with Thomas that Bush’s disposition is strikingly adult and presidential relative to the other candidates.

      The burning question for me is why the oligarchs went with Dubya instead of Jeb the previous time around. The man’s definitely sharper than his brother.

      I find the Trump/Putin comparisons that are going around intriguing. Whatever the flaws Putin may have, he does appear to have some underlying principles and an integrated worldview that includes basic sympathy for Russians. Trump has no guiding principles and might be manipulated into accelerating an anti-white program as accidentally as he might block one.

      A Slate writer compared Trump to Berlusconi, which I believe is perhaps the best analogy. Your guess is as good as mine what a Trump presidency would actually look like. Personally, I think he’s an experienced executive leader who would govern in a manner similar to Mitt Romney’s governorship of MA; only with populist gusto and some reality show sass.

      You have a good sense of this stuff. What do you think is going on here? Just a variation on the old strategy of diffusing white anger with a variation on the dog whistle? How does it benefit US elites at this time to hinder Bush or Walker and explicitly show the GOP working against its base voters?

      I’m notoriously anti-conspiratorial, and generally suspect our oligarchs operate primarily on soft power and steady influence rather than on elaborate schemes. There are proven exceptions, as we had with the organized and conspiratorial push to invade Iraq, and I’m open to being proven wrong.

      Generally, I think the Trump phenomenon is what it appears to be. A bombastic billionaire wants to take his fame and power to the next level and thinks he can do a better job of governing than the current beltway politicians. Beltway politics is being genuinely disrupted by all this, and the other billionaire oligarchs are spitting mad about all this.

      That being said, there are firm limits on how disruptive Trump can be, and Trump’s shown no meaningful signs of intending to operate outside those bounds.

      For us, Trump is ultimately bad news, as he’s capable of mollifying the angry whites with his aesthetics without actually delivering any meaningful solutions to their existential problems. If Trump wins, folks in our camp will spend those years even further back in the wilderness, and we’ll look back fondly on the Obama administration as an era where our ideas and projects were steadily advancing.

      I’m relatively young, and fully anticipate that this will all rock back and forth for several more years or even decades before austerity reaches its final target; America. If anybody has any better ideas for more immediate success, that’s great. Personally, I believe we’re just patiently building up our ideological, institutional, and social networks in the background until austerity affords us an opportunity to spring to the foreground.

    • Light Division

      Matt: Trump is a candidate that strictly appeals to white men, going so far as to continually alienate women and minorities with comments that he refuses to apologize for. Despite this, and despite Mr. Buhls’ (and others) take on his debate performance, his lead has now once again grown in every published poll.

      How, exactly, is this bad for “us”? I mean, this is the only politician who’s publicly announced that he’d take a step towards retaining a white majority (building the wall), even if he didn’t use those words. AND HE CONTINUES TO GROW MORE POPULAR!

      The whole “let things get as bad as they can possibly get, so then maybe people we’ll come around to our side of things” battle plan sounds a whole lot better in theory than it would be in practice. I don’t want laws outlawing guns, more forced integration, government intrusion into churches, children being further indoctrinated with secular satanism… I don’t want these things, even though they would surely rally more people to traditionalist/pro-white cause.

      And maybe that’s the disconnect here between you and most of your readership on this issue: the plausibility of eventual “victory”, and what that victory would look like. You see, I’m one of those who think talk of a “white ethnostate” is pure fantasyland… you may as well set as a goal the eradication of all mosquitoes from the earth: it just ain’t gonna happen. And yet, I hear “activists” and others talk about that as a realistic goal, in some cases people even devote their lives to achieving this. When I hear such people, I inevitably become sad because usually they’re good, smart people, and it’s unfortunate that they devote their time and livelihoods to a losing cause.

      I don’t think you’re one of these people. I’ve never seen you talk about devoting your life to the end goal of a “white ethnostate”, but you do seem to have in mind some “victory” that is radically different– revolutionarily different– than what we have today. And believe me, I’d love it too. I tell the wife all the time that we’re moving to Texas if their secession measure ever succeeds (she’s from Texas anyway, so it’d be easy), and I’m a LOS member who fully supports the secession of any and all Southern states. That being said, I’m also a realist who has to live and raise my children in today’s culture. I don’t want black people moving in next-door. I don’t want my church hosting a gay wedding. In other words, I would prefer that it never got any worse than it is RIGHT NOW, and instead slowly began to get better.

      And this is what Trump is. He’s a slow, but undeniable, step in the right direction. All he lacks is some direct pro-white references (“founding stock”, “majority population”, etc) or direct anti-Jew/Israel statement (which I know we’re not gonna get, I’m aware he has problems here just like the rest of ’em) and he’d be an outstanding candidate, as a matter of fact.

      But I’m sure I can’t convince you, as you’ve obviously given a lot of thought to your position here. Gotta say though that I’m floored, absolutely floored, that you agree with Buhls re: his opinion on Bush’s debate performance. You guys are literally the only two people on the internet– left or right– who have one positive thing to say about his performance, and I’m sure you’ve seen that he’s since fallen in every poll.

    • Matt Parrott

      Matt: Trump is a candidate that strictly appeals to white men, going so far as to continually alienate women and minorities with comments that he refuses to apologize for.

      Trump will perform better with minorities and women than the punditry presumes. He hasn’t really bothered yet, on account of him being at a point in the process where the target audience is conservative white guys.

      How, exactly, is this bad for “us”? I mean, this is the only politician who’s publicly announced that he’d take a step towards retaining a white majority (building the wall), even if he didn’t use those words. AND HE CONTINUES TO GROW MORE POPULAR!

      The stuff about building the wall is great, but he’s also come out strongly in favor of ongoing legal immigration and expediting the citizenship of illegals after an obligatory bounce-back. I’m not saying that Trump’s not been awesome within the current political context, but imputing pro-white motives is wishful thinking which will be disproven in the coming weeks and months.

      The whole “let things get as bad as they can possibly get, so then maybe people we’ll come around to our side of things” battle plan sounds a whole lot better in theory than it would be in practice. I don’t want laws outlawing guns, more forced integration, government intrusion into churches, children being further indoctrinated with secular satanism… I don’t want these things, even though they would surely rally more people to traditionalist/pro-white cause.

      There’s forward motion, which I’m all for, backward motion which may result in polarization and backlash, then the illusion of forward motion which distracts from our work and wastes what few resources we have. The recent Ron Paul fiasco offers an instructive lesson on why we should be cautious about politicians who create a false sense of forward motion.

      My bottom line is that we aren’t obligated to actively pick a side with the Trump phenomenon. We should exploit the opportunities created by it, without actively investing our precious little time and energy in a campaign which emphatically does not want or need our time and energy.

      You see, I’m one of those who think talk of a “white ethnostate” is pure fantasyland… you may as well set as a goal the eradication of all mosquitoes from the earth: it just ain’t gonna happen. And yet, I hear “activists” and others talk about that as a realistic goal, in some cases people even devote their lives to achieving this. When I hear such people, I inevitably become sad because usually they’re good, smart people, and it’s unfortunate that they devote their time and livelihoods to a losing cause.

      It’s really not all that absurd to think that American politics will succumb to the same trend of decentralization, distribution, and devolution of systems which has steadily overtaken so many other spheres, including most political spheres outside the West. Political tribalism is a growing trend everywhere else but here.

      Besides, there’s a saying in my family, “Leap for the stars, land on the moon.” If my life’s work ultimately falls short, but manages to achieve some modest political advancement for the interests of my extended family of White American folks, then my life’s work will be a mitigated success.

      I don’t think you’re one of these people. I’ve never seen you talk about devoting your life to the end goal of a “white ethnostate”

      I am one of those people. Emphatically. I don’t carry on about it frequently because I believe as you do that to avoid stumbling, one must keep his eyes on the steps immediately in front of him.

      That being said, I’m also a realist who has to live and raise my children in today’s culture.

      I tried to raise my children to be both functional and successful in the multicultural and degenerate bazaar we’re in, while also sharing my hope and vision for something better. I’ve been quite successful with that, and I’m proud to report that the daughter who’s married to Heimbach just gave birth to a very handsome young man last week.

      If he were any more handsome, a paternity test would be in order! 🙂

      I don’t want black people moving in next-door. I don’t want my church hosting a gay wedding. In other words, I would prefer that it never got any worse than it is RIGHT NOW, and instead slowly began to get better.

      Once again, I don’t hope for things to get worse. It’s just that in lieu of things getting better, it’s imperative that we take advantage of things getting worse. I’m certainly not trying to make things worse, and I do not believe it’s appropriate to impede those who are trying to make things better.

      I think a wall would be great, and I’m not going to oppose Trump even as he slinks further and further to the left on other issues (AS HE WILL DO VERY SOON), because I agree with you that we mustn’t allow the perfect to be the enemy of the good.

      And this is what Trump is. He’s a slow, but undeniable, step in the right direction.

      I’m quite convinced that his future pivot to the left will pour some cold water on this. But I’m still generally Trump-positive even as I’m mindful that he’s not the implicitly pro-white candidate some are presuming him to be.

      All he lacks is some direct pro-white references (“founding stock”, “majority population”, etc) or direct anti-Jew/Israel statement (which I know we’re not gonna get, I’m aware he has problems here just like the rest of ’em) and he’d be an outstanding candidate, as a matter of fact.

      He’s either a shrewd businessman who’s identified border security as the optimum issue to make the big splash he needed to enter the contest, which is my guess, or perhaps a sincere civic nationalist. That’s a breath of fresh air and all, but imagining that he’s cryptically one of us in any meaningful way is wishful thinking.

      Gotta say though that I’m floored, absolutely floored, that you agree with Buhls re: his opinion on Bush’s debate performance.

      My official post-debate analysis, stated before the pundits dove in to frame everything, was that Fiorina and Kasich were the biggest winners of the night relative to their standing, Trump performed very strongly, Cruz would enjoy a bump, and that Christi, Paul, Bush, and Rubio all performed poorly.

      All I’m saying is that I agree with Buhls that Jeb’s exceedingly “presidential” in his bearing. He was uninspiring and dry, and he failed, but I stand behind my conviction that he exudes blue-blood gravitas. Where I actually did appear to miss the trend was in concluding that Rubio failed, appearing amateurish and dumb.

      The punditry concluded and the post-debate polls confirmed that Rubio held his own and left a generally positive impression on everybody but me. My spite for him lingering over from his amnesty push and memories of his awkward post-SOTU speech poisoned my analysis.

    • Light Division

      Well congratulations on the grandson, my friend! Outstanding. I didn’t realize you were Heimbach’s father-in-law in addition to his friend… hopefully the boy takes after his momma in the looks department 😉

      I hope you’re wrong about Trump’s eventual pivot left, though I must admit that every time he opens his mouth I cringe in expectation that he’s going to let “us” down. Hasn’t slipped up too bad yet, though, and he gave another good interview this morning on Fox… more anti-brown people straight talk (this time it was about forcibly seizing all the oil in Iraq). Forward, march!

  • The whole race is a joke, all are Zionist candidates. That being said, I thought Trump looked good and Jeb did not. Trump pwned Rand and Megyn Kelly. Not sure what the elites have planned and where Trump fits in if anywhere, but we should ride the Trump train and take advantage of it as much as we can while supplies last.

  • I guess I am not understanding some of the commenters; it appears they are behaving as if Thomas wrote supporting Bush/Opposing Trump. I read it as him giving us a dose of reality.

    I’d like to believe Trump has good intentions, but I don’t think I can go there. I think he is just a player in the game. The Political realm is just borrowing a script from the WWF (for entertainment and/or other purposes); just as fake a pro-wrestling, in my opinion.

  • Rob

    Who mentioned Jeb Bush? Jeb Bush looked alot like Caitlin Jenning…

  • Dave

    Newt Gingrich:

    Hes a phenomenon…I have never seen anyone as capable of running a campaign of permanent offense as Donald Trump…

    Donald Trump has fallen out of the sky.

    While I kind of like that the WN community is not embracing him. Its troubling to see people not get that he is probably the most powerful thing for our cause (indirectly) since 1933.

    PC has gotten us to this sorry state. PC. Words. Psych Warfare. Words. Mere fucking words have done this.

    And this man has SOLELY put it into the mainstream to have its head cut off.

    List me somebody who has done that?

    • Dave

      “Thought Prison” by Bruce Charlton.

      “Addicted to Distraction” also by the same author.

  • Lew

    There’s a story out there Trump.is going to be working with Jeff Sessions to put a plan on the table to limit legal immigration. Wish I knew what this guy is up to.

    • Matt Parrott

      Yeah. He quite clearly and directly stated a bunch of beltway stuff supportive of Boomerang Amnesty, increased legal immigration, and the other hedges and fatal compromises a couple weeks back which generally negate “tough talk.”

      And then I read this.

      I don’t know what to think anymore about Trump’s position on immigration, but anybody making the neocons at National Review this angry deserves our patience and respect.

    • Lew

      Trump also made very reasonable statements on Ukraine, Russia, Iraq and Iran yesterday (reasonable by American mainstream standards). He’s also now talking about Citizens United, campaign finance reform and general corporate control of politics. On paper, leaving aside the issue of whether he means it, he’s bringing up a lot of toxic topics to TPTB that they’ve invested a great deal of time and money pushing out of the public square. They may try to play the white supremacist card now as Thomas wrote.

  • Lynda

    With Demonocracy the people can not win. With a Demoncracy where all political parties are owned and operated by J Street, Main Street will always lose.

    The Owners of ZOG have decided that Hitlery the Yenta from HELL is going to be the next prez of their JewSA ZOG. Naturally they need to field a Republitard who says some the things the zoglings want to hear. They have to put at least a little racial reality and truth into the prolefeed.

    Its like in a casino, they have to leak a little O2 into the aircon or people will be too stupified to sit up at the tables and play, too weak to pull down on the slot machines. The House is going to win, but the game still has to roll.

    Has The Donald happened to mention the Jew Bank and the fact that the JewSA is owned by the Jew Bank? Has he reminded anyone that under the Constitution, it is the Dept of Treasury that has the power to issue the currency of the US and that power should be reasserted against the Jew Bank? Has he criticized the ‘more ZOG wars for Greater Israel’ battle plan?

    The Donald has been sent into the political fray to stand for a few (very few actually) home truths, split the Republitard vote and shoe in Hitlery. For Hitlery there are no limits and no brakes in the service of Jew World Empire.

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