At the outbreak of the American Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln famously declared, “I hope to have God on my side, but I must have Kentucky.” The Midwest and especially rural Appalachia have become a flashpoint recently on account of Trump’s campaign vaulting itself into the White House in large part on reaching out to a White working class which the political class had a gentleman’s agreement to ignore.
Once again, Kentucky finds herself hanging in the balance of a nation tearing itself apart. This time, the forces of globalism which dominate state and national politics are fighting desperately against a popular uprising of working families who see through their lies. They are looking for authentic representation and support. We don’t have anywhere near the support of the majority of Kentuckians, but we do have enough support to warrant a panicked series of attacks on our party and its outreach initiatives.
Dr. Joseph Goebbels once wrote “If someone is attacked by the Jews, that is a sure sign of his virtue. He who is not persecuted by the Jews, or who is praised by them, is useless and dangerous.” In the American context, the Jews like to hide behind their various minions whenever possible: the degenerate left and the their “cuckservative” controlled opposition. Being attacked by these forces should be considered an endorsement of the highest regard, because when the forces of Organized Jewry are set on the warpath, it means that you are onto something.