Politicus Hibernicus and the lesson for President Trump

Irish politicians must be among the most useless in the world. Their exemplar is our current Maximum Leader Enda Kenny. Having spent a few years teaching ten year-olds he followed his father into politics, spending the next 40 years on the rubber chicken circuit, never displaying an original thought, conviction or principle of any kind, ever poised to leap onto any passing bandwagon –  and dismount as soon as it was opportune. This lifetime of non-achievement eventually won him the highest position in the land. Delicate nostrils quivering as he sniffs the political winds he nudges, winks, glad-hands and quips, ducking every unpopular decision while promoting worthless cronies to key positions.

Enda is the quintessential Politicus Hibernicus.

An almost polar opposite of the driven super-achieving Donald Trump, Politicus Hibernicus can nonetheless be of tremendous and immediate value to him. You see a Deep State guerrilla war is underway against President Trump. His winning the Presidency was – like BREXIT – never meant nor expected to happen and represented a shocking setback to the NWO globalists. They’re regrouping now to emasculate his Administration by taking down key members one by one, distracting Trump and undermining both his credibility and legitimacy.

Having taken out Mike Flynn they’re now targeting Jeff Sessions. And there will be many more. Already many Republicans are calling for him to recuse himself while a Special Prosecutor investigates. They think that Sessions won’t be found guilty of anything meaningful and that the investigation can be used to highlight the tsunami of Democratic corruption, especially that of the Clinton Crime Family. Big mistake! Because the Deep State has no interest in the truth or justice of this case. They just want to neutralise Sessions and wound Trump. As soon as Sessions stands aside they’ll target someone else and then someone else again until Trump is eventually driven from office.

So how can the worthless time servers in Ireland’s parliament possibly be of assistance here? Well they instinctively possess one priceless weapon. A brass neck. Or more colloquially, a neck like a jockey’s balls. Irish politicians and senior public administrators just do not resign. No matter how incompetent or conflicted, no matter the hue and cry throughout the land, they will not resign unless they’re legally forced to. And that hardly ever happens*. Their hind brains inform them that the public attention span is shorter than that of a goldfish, that within a little while attention will drift off to some other distraction as demands for resignation fade away.

And that’s what Trump should do. Tell everyone that his Administration is under existential attack by the Deep State, corrupt Democrats (a tautology) and the Fake News media and that they won’t succeed in preventing him implement the programme for which he was elected. Jeff Sessions is going back to his job in the morning and you can stick your investigation. Sure there’ll be a hullabaloo but that will pass. As any Irish public figure would explain. Of course he’ll need the Republican Congresscritters to back him up. If they don’t he should go over their heads to the people.

There’s a real war on. President Trump should learn from the masters.

Reposted from The Irish Savant, with permission.
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11 Comments to "Politicus Hibernicus and the lesson for President Trump"

  1. Michael Adkins's Gravatar Michael Adkins
    March 3, 2017 - 8:57 am | Permalink

    “They won’t succeed in preventing his implementing the program for which he was elected.”

    It might be of some “usefulness” to Mr. Trump to ask why the Democratic and Republican parties haven’t begun an investigation into the funding of the Southern Poverty Law Center?

  2. royAlbrecht's Gravatar royAlbrecht
    March 3, 2017 - 10:14 am | Permalink

    So far, I would argue that Trump is in the process of or has followed through on many of his campaign promises…, especially the most glaringly obvious among them like retaining or bringing back jobs, starting boarder wall construction, strengthening gun rights, and quite a few others.
    Moreover, even after being “sucker punched” so to speak by past promises that politicians have made and then not kept…, or worse yet acted almost contrary to the promise made…, I still feel the urge to stand firmly beside Trump and support him enthusiastically.

    There is only one gnawing problem with this…; and that is the possibility that I will find myself swept up in all the hoopla until the day that the USA invades Iran for Israel.

    Americans knew before the arrival of Trump that a large portion of Mexican illegal aliens were criminals,
    that the mass media was largely spewing lies,
    that Hillary was a criminal,
    that outsourcing was destructive,
    that Wall Street Banksters were thieves and so on and so forth.
    This being so, I still think the possibility exists that the Jews allowed Trump to “sacrifice” issues that were already poised to die on the sacrificial alter and went so far as to allow and assist the Democratic Party in self-destruction to give Trump, the Republicans and the Jews who control them, control over the Republican Party and all three branches of government.

    This absolute power will make it easier to ram through anti Iran measures when the time is right.

    Jews want to pull out of China and Mexico because both those countries are no longer competitive if one factors in the multitude of Third Worlders waiting to do American jobs and the fact that Americans are so mentally and Racially confused and battered that they are now largely ready to work at wages that are highly competitive with those in the Third and Second World.

    Moreover, only the American population is both stupid enough and capable of allow itself to be lead by the nose into a war with Iran over non-existent Nukes while neighbouring Israel is most probably a nuclear warhead holder and non-signator to the non-proliferation treaty.

    You know how it goes…, Hitler gets into power…, largely forces the Jews that were destroying the country out to neighbouring nations, recovers the German economy and Spirit within five years and then WW2 begins.

    In the end, the Jews occupy Germany, Palestine, most European financial centres, and are playing pied-piper with European man.
    Now…, with Trump inching ever closer to leading the Spirit of European man and Trump’s upper level cabinet looking more and more like a list of names invited to a Jewish wedding,
    my only question is…:
    “How long will it be before the USA does some major killing on Israel’s behalf?”

    One needs to create the appearance that one is hated and being attacked by those that are destroying the country, in this case, by entities that are already poised to implode due to pre-existing public distrust,
    only serves to strengthen the unified and energetic support of Trump by the people.
    This will continue until the Jews who are returning to property they bought in gutted city centres at one penny on the dollar,
    have cashed in once more on a resurging American economy and a growing war machine,
    and the country is so firmly behind Trump that they will follow him off a cliff if so instructed.

    • Sam J.'s Gravatar Sam J.
      March 7, 2017 - 3:54 am | Permalink

      I worry about some of the same things royAlbrecht does. It also may well be that the Jews have decided to move some manufacturing back to the US because the big move to China was a failure. The Chinese leadership knows exactly what the Jews are doing and they’re not having any of it in their country. The Jews got a bunch of their intellectuals together a good while ago to ask the question, if they should move to India or China. I don’t think either would allow what they do in the US and Europe. They’re digging themselves into a hole they might not be able to get out of.

  3. Armor's Gravatar Armor
    March 3, 2017 - 4:30 pm | Permalink

    Meanwhile in France, ZOG is trying to get rid of François Fillon, the presidential candidate of “the right”. I think it’s very similar to ZOG’s war on Trump. In last November’s presidential primary, Fillon was chosen over Juppé and Sarkozy. He got 66.5% of the vote in the second round. Juppé was supported by the fake media and their fake polls but he got only 33.5% of the vote.

    The voters chose Fillon because he looks normal and honest. He is supposed to be Catholic. As Sarkozy’s prime minister for five years, he is co-responsible for letting in a million legal immigrants and maybe another million illegal immigrants. But there is some hope he will try to curb immigration if he becomes president, especially under Trump’s influence.

    Since the primary, it has become known that Fillon had been paying his wife with public money for years in a fake job as his parliamentary assistant. ZOG arranged for the judicial procedure to be very fast. With the complicity of the fake news media, more and more people in his own political party now say Fillon has to go. His spokesman defected today, and his campaign treasurer yesterday, among many others. It’s not clear if they want Juppé to replace Fillon. Juppé himself was given a suspended jail sentence in the past for abuse of public funds.

    In the polls, the three leading presidential candidates are Le Pen, Fillon and Macron. Macron is an artificial candidate supported by ZOG, with heavy media promotion. He’s supposed to be right-wing and left-wing at the same time. Hollande had recruited him as his minister for the economy so he could later run for the presidency. Macron is an enthusiastic supporter of race replacement.

    If Fillon is still a candidate by next month, a number of Marine Le Pen supporters will vote for him in the 1st round so as to eliminate Macron. And then, they will vote for Marine Le Pen in the 2nd round.

    What’s interesting right now is the number of “right-wing” politicians who say Fillon must go. The pretext they use is the fake job scandal, but it’s obvious they don’t care about things like that. It just means they think they have better career prospects if they go along with ZOG. It’s like the US Republicans who said they could no longer support Trump after the pussygate. Or like the Democrats who say the Trump campaign has been too cozy with Russia. Any pretext will do.

    • Ger Tzedek's Gravatar Ger Tzedek
      March 5, 2017 - 6:21 am | Permalink

      Macron worked at Rothschild bank. Nuff said. Fillon is at the very best a turncoat, but not even that. Look at the “challenge” of Merkel in Germany, Martin Schulz. He sounds completely acceptable. Yet he is a Jew who never graduated from high school who has openly stated that Germany only exists to serve Israel. They say whatever they have to say. Le Pen, only she is the last hope of France. I am praying for a miracle.

    • Pierre de Craon's Gravatar Pierre de Craon
      March 5, 2017 - 11:28 am | Permalink

      Thank you, Armor, for these insights into what is going on in France. Am I correct or not in thinking that the situation you describe in your next-to-last paragraph (beginning “If Fillon is still a candidate by next month …”) is the one you yourself favor? I can picture several outcomes that are far worse.

      Perhaps it’s just me, but I’ve long been unable to see the name Macron without wondering bemusedly whether he has a sidekick or business partner named Breve.

      • Armor's Gravatar Armor
        March 5, 2017 - 2:18 pm | Permalink

        Yes I think I’m going to vote for Fillon in the first round, and Le Pen in the second round. I already voted for him in the primary. Fillon said today he would not stand down from his candidacy.

        The news anchor asked him who his main enemy is right now. Everyone would think of Juppé, his rival in his own political party, but he replied Marine Le Pen. She’s the monster that threatens democracy, according to ZOG, and Fillon doesn’t mind disavowing her. He is politically very prudent.

        Marion Le Pen, a member of the French parliament, says Fillon is one of the few politicians who will still refuse to shake hands with her. She also said that the fake job scandal concealed deeper problems with Fillon’s candidacy. One of the patrons of his consultancy firm was Henri de Castries, former CEO of the insurance firm AXA (and a Bilderberg chairman). He was mentioned as a possible prime minister. Marion says he could push for the privatization of social security, for example.

        But the other candidates, apart from Marine Le Pen, are worse than Fillon. As for Macron, what’s strange about him is not just his name!

  4. Bobby's Gravatar Bobby
    March 3, 2017 - 8:46 pm | Permalink

    What I have been seeing so far, especially this last week, is the “Republican Party designed to fail theory” being carried out in practice by the usual despicable RINO’s.

  5. Ger Tzedek's Gravatar Ger Tzedek
    March 4, 2017 - 7:00 pm | Permalink

    Ottoman Empire had many faults. But they had one law that makes more and more sense to me, as time goes by. If a person had taught to young children for seven years or more, his testimony was not accepted in court, for life. That assumes that the teacher had descended to the mind level of children. I understand that. My father was a lifetime teacher of children. Anytime that we quarreled, I used to bash him “you are not fit for witness under Ottoman law.” Applies to this genius Enda Kenny.

  6. Pierre de Craon's Gravatar Pierre de Craon
    March 5, 2017 - 12:00 pm | Permalink

    The Irish Savant’s take on Trump’s failure of fortitude and nerve with regard to Jeff Sessions is identical to my own. Although it’s not Trump’s first backhand rebuke to the people who elected him, it’s the biggest so far, and it bids fair to portend new and even larger betrayals to come.

    Trump’s decision to treat the utter baloney of pre-electoral collusion with Russia or of actual Russian interference in the election as something other than a big, loud lie is a massive but totally unnecessary surrender to the sworn enemies of whites and Christians. Is there even a point any longer in asking when, rather than whether, he will cave in completely?

    The parallels with the Nuremberg trials could hardly be plainer. That is, Charles Schumer and the countless other legislators and power brokers who constitute our hostile elite have accused Trump of committing the very crime they have committed and still commit daily; namely, sell this country and its citizens out to their most destructive enemies: international Jewry and its storefront, Israel.

    Given the implacable hostility of the media, what would Trump have to lose (aside from his chains, of course) by, for example, repeating the name Jonathan Pollard, the poster child of Jewish subversion, in each of his seemingly countless tweets and press comments? How long would it be before our enemies, with spittle-flecked lips, outed themselves by declaring opponents of Pollard’s release to be anti-Semites? But instead, while Trump temporizes and kowtows, the grip of the Deep State tightens even more rapidly than the most radical pessimists—aka “legacy” Americans—had feared.

    • Pierre de Craon's Gravatar Pierre de Craon
      March 5, 2017 - 4:29 pm | Permalink

      Is there even a point any longer in asking when, rather than whether, he will cave in completely?

      Oops. That sentence should have read “Is there even a point any longer in asking whether, rather than when, he will cave in completely?” Sorry.

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