From Jewish Fear and Loathing to Acceptance and Influence in the Trump Administration

Zachary Sessions


Based on the early campaign rhetoric and promises of Donald J. Trump, one would not expect to find the presence of Jewish power structures within the Trump presidency.  Indeed, TOO editor Kevin MacDonald wrote a whole series of articles on “Jewish fear and loathing of Trump.”

For example, during the primaries, Trump said to the Republican Jewish Coalition, “You’re not gonna support me because I don’t want your money. You want to control your politicians, that’s fine. Five months ago, I was with you.”  According to a CNN article published on December 3, 2015, “Trump also faced boos from the crowd when in the question-and-answer portion of his appearance he would not pledge to keep Jerusalem as the undivided capital of Israel.”  The same article quotes Trump as saying that a peace between Palestine and Israel, “will have to do with Israel and whether or not Israel wants to make the deal — whether or not Israel’s willing to sacrifice certain things.”  Many were surprised to a see the leading Republican presidential contender call on Israel to make sacrifices.

Trump’s remarks to the Republican Jewish Coalition contrast most with one of his rivals in the primaries, Senator Lindsey Graham.  Graham told the same crowd, “How many of you believe we’re losing elections because we’re not hard-ass enough on immigration?” The crowd responded with applause and Graham said, “Well, I don’t agree with you.”  He commented that Republicans often lose Hispanic and female voters because of hardline stances on immigration.  Graham went on to say, “I think Donald Trump is destroying the Republican Party,” which was met with applause.  He went on to compare Trump’s rhetoric to that of Hitler and the Nazis: “Now it’s not self-deportation, it’s forced deportation. We’re literally going to round them up — That sound familiar to you?”  Here Graham contrasts Trump to the GOP’s 2012 presidential nominee, Mitt Romney.  On the foreign policy front Graham said, “Do you even think I need to talk to you about my support for Israel?”  Later Graham took it a step further, stating “I may have the first all-Jewish cabinet in America.”

The other Republican contenders also made similar pleas to the coalition.  Jim Gilmore oddly bragged about watching Schindler’s List; Rick Santorum commented on his cooperation with the Jewish Democrat, Joe Liebermann; George Pataki said goodbye to the group in Hebrew; and Jeb Bush wished the coalition a happy Hanukkah.  Only Donald Trump was even slightly critical of Israel, and more importantly, he was critical of the influence that Jewish money has over politicians.

Later, on February 19, 2016, Trump said “he’d be ‘a neutral guy’ when it comes to negotiating the Israel-Palestinian conflict.”  When specifically asked about the conflict Trump was quoted as saying, “Let me be sort of a neutral guy, let’s see what — I’m going to give it a shot. It would be so great.”  This is a monumental departure from traditional neoconservative rhetoric of prominent Republicans such as Senator and former Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz who is quoted as saying, “Just this week, Donald Trump said on a TV program that he would be neutral between Israel and the Palestinians. As president, I have no intention of being neutral. As president, I will be unapologetically with the nation of Israel.”

Despite Trump’s early stances on Israel he clearly made a pivot later in the campaign.  This pivot became obvious when Trump spoke to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) where, according to a Time article of March 21st, 2016, Trump said, “I speak to you today as a lifelong supporter and true friend of Israel. I am a newcomer to politics, but not to backing the Jewish state.”  He went on to say, “I came here to speak to you about where I stand on the future of American relations with our strategic ally, our unbreakable friendship and our cultural brother, the only democracy in the Middle East, the state of Israel.”  On the subject of a lasting peace between Israel and Palestine Trump said, “To make a great deal, you need two willing participants. We know Israel is willing to deal. Israel has been trying.”  That is a massive departure from his statements just a few months earlier to the Republican Jewish Coalition where he called upon Israel to make sacrifices in the name of peace.

After securing the Republican nomination Trump continued on the path of unflinching support for Israel.  On September 25, 2016, Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met for nearly an hour and a half at Trump Tower in New York City.  Trump’s Jewish son-in-law and advisor, Jared Kushner, attended that meeting.

During the general election campaign Trump also began taking money from big Jewish donors such as Sheldon Adelson.  Adelson reportedly gave Trump a $5 million donation, which — along with the $45 million donated to other Republican candidates — made him the largest donor of the 2016 election cycle (although his donations paled to what he gave Romney in 2012). Adelson also contributed $5 million to Trump’s inauguration.

Upon winning the presidency, Trump ramped up his support for the Jewish state, and he began to surround himself with the very people from whom he did not want to take money back in December 2015.  Trump named the former chief information officer of Goldman-Sachs, Steve Mnuchin, as Secretary of the Treasury who has a long history of donating to both Republican and Democratic presidential campaigns including the campaigns of Al Gore, Hillary Clinton, John Kerry, Barack Obama, and Mitt Romney.  Moreover, Jared Kushner and daughter Ivanka seem to be taking an ever more prominent role in his father-in-law’s administration.

This is happening as Trump’s campaign CEO, White House Chief Strategist, and former National Security Council (NSC) member Steve Bannon is being noticeably demoted.  On April 5, Bannon was removed from the NSC and shortly thereafter Trump engaged in his unwarranted airstrike against a Syrian government run airfield.  Since Bannon’s removal from the NSC Kushner has taken an increasingly visible and prominent role in the Trump White House, and Trump has been pursuing a more traditional neoconservative foreign policy which centers around strong support for Israel, a troop surge in Afghanistan, hostility toward Russia, and, quite possibly, a more interventionalist stance towards Bashar al-Assad in Syria.

Zachary Karabell summarizes the transformations of the Trump administration into something essentially unrecognizably related to Trump’s campaign rhetoric (Finally, a force that can stop nationalism in the White House: Wealthy elites“) Since it appears in the Washington Post, the subtitle shouldn’t surprise: “The super-rich members of Trump’s Cabinet have hobbled the ethno-nationalists. And that’s a good thing.” The caption to the photo reiterates the message: Steve Bannon and the ethno-nationalists lost.

WaPo caption: Ivanka Trump and her husband, Jared Kushner, are rich cosmopolitans. And they’re saving us from Steve Bannon. (Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post)

In particular, referring specifically to Trump changing his mind on withdrawing from NAFTA,

The globalists who won this round are, by and large, precisely what their opponents deride them as: urban, wealthy, connected to the web of influence that flows from Wall Street to Washington, and more comfortable with a modified economic status-quo than a Jacobean recasting of society. They include the well-to-do Gary Cohn of the National Economic Council, formerly president of Goldman Sachs; Kushner, Trump’s son-in-law, scion of a New York-New Jersey real estate family; and others, such as Dina Powell, also late of Goldman, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, and Ivanka Trump.
It’s difficult not to notice the centrality of Goldman Sachs in this inner circle (Kushner’s well-known ties to Goldman [and George Soros] are not mentioned), and Jewish background for all but Powell.

Overall, one can clearly see how Donald Trump’s tune on both Israel and Jewish political power structures have changed over time.  He started out his presidential bid very critical of politicians who come under the influence of big Jewish donors, and he called upon Israel to make sacrifices in the name of a lasting peace with Palestine.  He then made a complete pivot when he pledged unwavering support to Israel which (not surprisingly) occurred around the time he started taking big donations from Zionist Jewish donors.  Now he has built an administration which seems to be under the influence of the traditional Jewish power structures which have dominated American politics for decades.  Jews have indeed gone from a fear and loathing to acceptance and influence over Donald Trump.

We should not lose our hope though.  It is early yet, and we have seen that this President has the courage to say the truth.  We should hold on to the hope that Donald Trump can return to the tenets of his early campaign before the Jewish money started rolling in.

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54 Comments to "From Jewish Fear and Loathing to Acceptance and Influence in the Trump Administration"

  1. Colonel Bagelstein's Gravatar Colonel Bagelstein
    May 7, 2017 - 10:53 am | Permalink

    Never going to happen, he has been swamped in Bagel dough and cannot move if he wasnt playing an act all along.

    • ex South African's Gravatar ex South African
      May 8, 2017 - 12:14 pm | Permalink

      Giants with feet of clay.

  2. May 7, 2017 - 11:11 am | Permalink

    Until the Syrian action, a lot of the alt-right was of the view that Trump was “God Emperor playing 4D Chess”. After most abandoned hope. I wasn’t really that shocked as I held, among my top few working hypotheses, that Trump could be thought of as “The Likud Candidate” — a view I took public the moment he made his Mexican Rapist speech. Trump may not be capable of 4D Chess but the Mossad is. The conflict playing itself out has gone from neocon vs cultural Marxists to Likud vs cultural Marxists in the time from 9/11/2001 to the end of Obama’s second term. This is, essentially, an intra-Jewish conflict between those that have been “mugged by reality” (neocons) and CMs — developing, now, into those that have been red-pilled by reality and CMs. Likuds have had enough of diaspora Jewry’s cultural Marxist undermining of USrael and want to extend border controls currently in place in Israel around all of greater USrael. The Likuds have intimate knowledge of the structure of cultural Marxism in the US including the Deep State arising from the Frankfurt School’s infiltration of the OSS from the time of its founding. They know the real agenda of the Frankfurt School was _always_ the elimination of working class whites — and that this agenda has been carried forward in the US via the Deep State, media and academia since WW II. It was all fun and games until the consequences started getting out of hand and obviously threatened Israel’s primary asset: The US.

    My expectation is that Netanyahu has already let Trump know that a partition of Jerusalem is being pursued by the Mossad in preparation for a two-state solution, but that appearances must be kept up for political reasons. Moreover, the careful observer will notice that no one anywhere is talking about the possibility of immigration restriction in exchange for free trade — free trade with US pressuring all signatories to behave themselves (which clearly they have not been doing under the US’s cultural Marxist Deep State). This is, in my working hypothesis, a “4D Chess” maneuver similar to the partition of Jerusalem.

    http://www.jpost.com/Arab-Israeli-Conflict/Bennett-Netanyahu-dividing-Jerusalem-by-authorizing-600-new-Israeli-Arab-homes-459451

    “This was a strategy of appeasement that has failed,” said Bennett as he attacked Netanyahu, even though his party belongs to the coalition.

    • Bobby's Gravatar Bobby
      May 7, 2017 - 1:53 pm | Permalink

      Very interesting post. Thank you.

    • Paul Harvey's Gravatar Paul Harvey
      May 7, 2017 - 3:28 pm | Permalink

      Public opinion polls show considerable opposition to Israeli policy. Likewise, gay marriage and abortion-on-demand remain minority positions. Gun rights is majoritarian. What holds back the right is the calculated insistence that social and economic conservatism are like two peas in a pod. In terms of practical politics they are opposed and the GOP stymies itself by promising social conservatism to voters and social liberalism to big donors. What do blacks and Hispanics care about gay rights or abortion rights? To break the grip of the donors a party or large faction must espouse populism, defined as social conservatism without the baggage of obeisance to free-market shibboleths. Match the Dems generous safety net freebie for freebie in order to get into power and cripple the big donors. Let the useful idiots complain – they will be outnumbered. That was more or less Trump’s concept and it worked, and if he himself abandons it that doesn’t mean we can’t take the handoff and move the ball forward.

    • John King's Gravatar John King
      May 8, 2017 - 2:06 pm | Permalink

      Very interesting post!

    • Gaylord Retclyffe's Gravatar Gaylord Retclyffe
      May 9, 2017 - 12:24 am | Permalink

      It is because of lucid comments like yours that I read TOO.

      • Pierre de Craon's Gravatar Pierre de Craon
        May 16, 2017 - 12:05 pm | Permalink

        I don’t deny that many things may be found in the comments you refer to, Mr. Retclyffe, but is lucidity truly one of them? There are generous helpings of jargon and Internet sloganeering, yes, not to mention half a dozen assertions supported only by supposition, but surely these are the foes of lucidity, not its friends. Moreover, the fact that Mr. Bowery bases a major-league prediction on an intramural quarrel between two such villainous political hacks as Bibi and Naftali ought to give any cautious reader pause. Surely a story in the Jerusalem Post should be approached with the same caution one would give a story in the Times.

        Last but not least, Mr. Bowery is one of several recent commenters who either plainly state or strongly imply that they were virtually alone in predicting a Trump sellout to the (((Usual Suspects))). As it shouldn’t take more than twenty minutes to ascertain that since last year at this time, there were well in excess of a dozen Trump skeptics here at TOO alone, it wouldn’t be impolite to declare these claimants to insightful uniqueness guilty at the very least of marked inattention to detail.

        • Pierre de Craon's Gravatar Pierre de Craon
          May 16, 2017 - 12:15 pm | Permalink

          (Mod. Note: Pierre, the “italic problem” was corrected, and shows correctly on my screen. Try refreshing.)

          • Pierre de Craon's Gravatar Pierre de Craon
            May 16, 2017 - 4:00 pm | Permalink

            I noticed! Thanks a lot, Mod.

  3. Junghans's Gravatar Junghans
    May 7, 2017 - 12:53 pm | Permalink

    Trump is clearly a blustering, double dealing, enigmatic, political and emotional loose cannon. The fact is, he barely squeaked into the White House in November, and admittedly, the other alternative would have most certainly been a real disaster for White America. That being said, is he a crass opportunist who has betrayed his White base and played us for fools? (It kind of feels like it, doesn’t it?) How long will his star spangled ‘civic patriotism’ continue to beguile his base, while they endlessly wait for concrete results? Has he been cornered and compromised by the (((Deep State manipulators))), and forced cut a bad deal to survive politically, and maybe even literally? Is he being blackmailed? Is he compromising his political capital to play for time, and trying to build support in the rat’s maze of Washington’s corrupt cronyism? Can he ever fulfill any of his major campaign promises, considering the duress he’s under? Or, has he been hopelessly overwhelmed and stonewalled by the intellectually poisoned Anglo/Judeo establishment, and capitulated? Was he ever really sincere, or just a reaganesque bloviater? Finally, has he really altered the ideological and political paradigm?

    These are just some of the questions that will eventually reveal themselves as the story of Trump and the Jews plays out.

    • Junghans's Gravatar Junghans
      May 7, 2017 - 5:10 pm | Permalink

      As far a blackmail goes, one has to wonder if Trump ever visited Epstein’s Fantasy Island (of purported pedophilia), with his Jewish “friends”…

      • Greg M's Gravatar Greg M
        May 9, 2017 - 2:09 pm | Permalink

        Good question. Trump in a 2002 interview with New York Magazine referred to Epstein as a “terrific guy” who likes younger women, much like Trump himself does. Also Epstein pleaded the fifth when asked in court if he and Trump had ever spent time together in the company of under aged women. https://news.vice.com/article/the-salacious-ammo-even-donald-trump-wont-use-in-a-fight-against-hillary-clinton-bill-clinton In 2010, Epstein pled the Fifth when asked by a lawyer representing one of Epstein’s victims about his relationship with Trump:

        Q: Have you ever had a personal relationship with Donald Trump?
        A. What do you mean by “personal relationship,” sir?
        Q. Have you socialized with him?
        A. Yes, sir.
        Q. Yes?
        A. Yes, sir.
        Q. Have you ever socialized with Donald Trump in the presence of females under the age of 18?
        A: Though I’d like to answer that question, at least today I’m going to have to assert my Fifth, Sixth, and 14th Amendment rights, sir.

        It was admitted “libertine” and publicly known swinger and long time political dirty tricks operator Roger Stone who via the Alex Jones Show assured Trump supporters that he never participated in any of the under aged activities on Epstein’s private yacht. Not exactly a trustworthy resource.

        There is also the matter of a rape allegation against Trump by a woman who was 13 at the time she says the rape occurred. The case went away with next to no reaction from the same media that is said to hate Trump so much and which we hear ad nauseum is doing everything in its power to support him. Turns out that the attorney says that the alleged victim received death threats which resulted in her canceling the case before it went to court.

    • Greg M's Gravatar Greg M
      May 9, 2017 - 2:01 pm | Permalink

      Hopefully the definitive historical analysis doesn’t omit or downplay the crucial role that good Catholic patriot Steve Bannon who only wants to start a modern day Crusade and the mostly Jewish staffed Breitbart (which brags of being conceived in Israel) has played in shaping the Trump administration’s affinity for some of the most hardcore elements of the Zionist global community. It’s a fair point to make, since pretty much every single “alt right” analysis I have seen either praises Bannon and/or ignores him and Breitbart altogether while blaming Jared for every bad policy Trump pushes and enforces.

  4. Bennis Mardens's Gravatar Bennis Mardens
    May 7, 2017 - 9:52 pm | Permalink

    No funding for the wall, but plenty of funds for sanctuary cities and Planned Parenthood. The bill also increases foreign workers.
    Trump is a complete and total sellout, is going back on every promise he made during the campaign. His idiot daughter and rotten husband seem to be running the show with the (((usual suspects)))
    The tribe has something on him, or simply threatened to take him out along with his entire family. I thought he had some real balls, but apparently it was just an act.
    Clearly, whites are not going to be able to vote themselves out of demographic extinction. There will not be a political solution to our problems. There is only one way we are going to be able to survive in the long run.

    • Beowulf's Gravatar Beowulf
      May 8, 2017 - 11:07 pm | Permalink

      And that is?

    • Gaylord Retclyffe's Gravatar Gaylord Retclyffe
      May 9, 2017 - 12:15 am | Permalink

      There are so many valuable comments in this section which all hit the spot right on.I am grateful for this forum of civilized, articulate folks who clearly suffer and bleed for their people. It is obvious, by now, that we have been had, betrayed, taken for a ride. “Clearly, whites are not going to be able to vote themselves out of demographic extinction.” But short of a rebellion we need to consider a new party of patriots. But I am dreaming. History has shown that the only real change comes through revolution, and that is a sad truth.

  5. Art's Gravatar Art
    May 7, 2017 - 10:21 pm | Permalink

    As already mentioned by J. Bowery, Trump is a candidate of the Likudniks.

    American Normies and Nationalists were fooled by the reaction of the “leftist Jews” to the Trump-Phenomenon.

    To believe that Trump is an American patriot just because most Jews hate him, is childish.

    There is a split in Jewry, as Count Richard Nicolaus Coudenhove Kalergi wrote in his manifesto “Praktischer Idealismus”, the fight between Capitalism and Communism was basically a Jewish civil war.

    “The general staff of both parties is recruited from Europe’s spiritual leader race [Führerrasse] the Jews”.

    Jews may even occasionally kill another Jews, this Jewish Civil War claims Jewish victims, too.

    And there is also a split between Nationalist and Globalist Jews.

    The Russian philosopher Alexander Dugin wrote a paper about the conflict between different fraction of Jews (Eurasian or nationalist Jews and Atlantists or globalist Jews).

    Stalin sided with the “nationalist” Jews, like Kaganovich, and this fraction of Jews eventually won.

    As a result, Trotsky and other globalist Jews were executed, and Stalin accused of “Anti-Semitism”.

    Other example was the leftist Jew Yitzhak Rabin who was killed by a “right wing” Jew, that demonstrates the Jewish conflict in Israel.
    In this case they could not play the “Anti-Semitism-Card”.

    Another example of this Jewish conflict is the situation in today Russia.

    Putin purged Russia from “globalist Jewish oligarchs”, because he was supported by “nationalist Jews”, and he is a big friend of “Chabad-Lubavitch”.

    But do not be fooled about this internal “civil war” between different fraction of Jews, most victims are the Goyim and any fraction of Jews does what they believe is good for Jews.

    The shabbat goys, like Churchill, Stalin, Putin or Trump have to fight “anti-Semitism” with all means, in other words you cannot point the finger to the global and universal power of Jews.

    It is permitted to say in Russia that USA is run by Nazis and Racists, but Jewish talking heads on Russian TV will never say that USA is run by Jews.

    And (((American))) MSM will accuse Trump of being a puppet of Putin, who is the “New Hitler”, but they will never mention the fact that Putin is surrounded by Jews, too, and that Putin signed laws, that prohibit “anti-Semitism” and any independent historical research or questioning the results of the Nuremberg Trials.

    In other words, it is prohibited to mention the power of Jews on both sides, when the Goyim are stampeded into revolutions and fratricidal wars.

    The clash between Islam and Christianity is another example.

    The imbeciles Trump and Putin want to fight ISIS and at the same time be a good friends of Israel, ignoring the fact ISIS is good for Israel.

    This conflict of interests cannot be talked about neither in RF nor in the US, and therefore there cannot be any rational strategy or any solution.

    American and Russian leaders have only the freedom of hating each other, they can accuse each of being not pro Jewish enough, of being “racists” or “New Hitlers”, that is all.

    • Michael Adkins's Gravatar Michael Adkins
      May 8, 2017 - 9:53 am | Permalink

      Art,

      “Stalin sided with the “nationalist” Jews, like Kaganovich, and this fraction of Jews eventually won.”

      And when Lazar Kaganovich had problems with Russians Nationalists at home he shouted “antisemitism!”

    • Gaylord Retclyffe's Gravatar Gaylord Retclyffe
      May 9, 2017 - 12:07 am | Permalink

      I’m getting sick now. Who on earth can deliver us??

  6. Realist's Gravatar Realist
    May 8, 2017 - 12:50 am | Permalink

    Trump played all his base, especially the alt-right, for fools. Yes, he was the best choice of the two, but not by much. I stated on a number of blogs that he was no panacea and that was an understatement.

  7. Charles Frey's Gravatar Charles Frey
    May 8, 2017 - 7:55 am | Permalink

    As among all Merchants’ and Politicians’
    identical mentalities
    Bait and Switch
    is the Name
    of the Game.
    On Hope to return
    to the Previous Game
    too Late
    my Ass
    I pass.
    Three cheers
    for the viewership of
    Keeping Up With the Kardashians !

  8. Ricki's Gravatar Ricki
    May 8, 2017 - 8:41 am | Permalink

    I was dismayed during the election to see people whom I admire jumping on the Trump bandwagon, despite all the obvious red flags about him, not least of which is that HIS DAUGHTER IS JEWISH. Orthodox Jewish, no less. I suspect the reason Trump was put in there by TPTB, is because they realized Americans are waking up to the plans of the Illuminati/Zionists and are getting ready to revolt. Trump is a steam valve to make the little people feel like they still have a voice, which course they do not.

    Remember, Obama ran in 2008 as the anti-war candidate, but basically drove that movement into a ditch. What happened to Cindy Sheehan? Obama started new wars, as well as the drone program which has killed thousands of innocents. Our problems will not be solved through the democratic process, because it is too easy to manipulate the masses to vote against their own interests.

    • Gaylord Retclyffe's Gravatar Gaylord Retclyffe
      May 9, 2017 - 12:01 am | Permalink

      “Our problems will not be solved through the democratic process,” sadly, I must agree. But as an avowed pacifist I see absolutely no answer. I fear armed conflict and senseless violence. When reason and elections don’t work, where on earth does one go? Is there any historical precedent for an alternative for radical change?

    • Greg M's Gravatar Greg M
      May 9, 2017 - 2:13 pm | Permalink

      I couldn’t agree more. I would like to see more critical analysis of the crucial role that Steve Bannon (former head of Breitbart which brags of being conceived in Israel) and Robert Mercer played in getting Trump elected and in ensuring that his administration will be subservient to Zionism, which goes almost entirely ignored by people who would rather blame Kushner for every bad policy Trump promotes and carries out.

  9. AngloBilly's Gravatar AngloBilly
    May 8, 2017 - 10:10 am | Permalink

    “It is early yet, and we have seen that this President has the courage to say the truth.”

    This is an important point. It doesn’t take a lot of thought and effort to point to Trump voters and say, “See, we told you so!” OK then, for those of you pointing and laughing, what would your solution have been? And let’s remember how much worse Hillary would have been in the White House. Trump was the only major presidential candidate in the last few decades who, as a candidate, was siding with the white middle and working classes, attacking Political Correctness, fighting back against the unprecedented media onslaught, and not groveling and apologizing in the process.

    Many of us had no illusions that Trump was going to solve all of our problems. We even suspected that he might not solve any problem, except for keeping a certain Gorgon out of the Oval Office. For that alone, voting for Trump was worth it.

    As many of us here know, it’s very likely that we’re well beyond any political solutions, because The Ruling Classes are so well entrenched in politics and government. I considered Trump to be the last probable non-violent political option. Trump, in the way he presented himself as a candidate, unquestionably offered voters a reasonable alternative for the first time in many years. His status of being outside the usual political circles was also a point in his favor. Millions have been saying they wanted someone who wasn’t a slick politician. He might continue to disappoint us, but he hasn’t even finished his first year in office yet. Those who condemn Trump voters need to present a realistic strategy for the future. So far I haven’t seen any.

    • Michael Adkins's Gravatar Michael Adkins
      May 9, 2017 - 6:13 am | Permalink

      AngloBilly,

      “Those who condemn Trump voters need to present a realistic strategy for the future. So far I haven’t seen any.”

      A realistic strategy begins with the European male becoming much more assertive – especially in the area of reproduction.

  10. John Wood's Gravatar John Wood
    May 8, 2017 - 10:49 am | Permalink

    I’ve been watching this drama unfold since Trump was first discussed as a likely presidential race contender. Like so many readers and contributors here I wanted to believe, I could hear warning bells going off around this guy from day one, but he was saying all the right things all through the acceleration phase of his campaign, but once he knew he was in with a real chance the signs of (((deal making))) began to leak out. Still, I wanted him to champion the rights of white people so desperately that I delayed making my judgment of what he represented to me. Finally, he won the election, so I said to myself: “OK, fair thing to do is follow tradition give him all the benefit of any doubt for the first 100 days before I make a final call. To wait any longer would just be procrastination.

    Well, you have all seen what has taken place. Let’s be honest, it is basically all of our worst fears about him are now being realized. From where I see it from here, the only thing left for us to look for in trump is the on/off switch, because he is behaving like a wind-up toy.

    I don’t think it is too embarrassing either to have to admit that you backed him and believed him. I did too in large part. We all wanted to believe him. But dear readers I regret to have to inform you that Mr Trump’s ship sailed long before we woke up, and all our dreaming about his champion feats to come are dashed upon the rocks…again.

    The more important thing is to man up and get over it. We got diddled, we thought we might, but it was worth a try. Now we are so sore and sorry that we trusted in him. And the most important thing of all is to stop putting any store in anything further that he says or does. If his policies or action benefit the interests of our people, you may be assured that that is merely coincidence and a temporary move towards a greater progress towards the further aggrandizement of…(((their))) interests.

    Professor McDonald, I make a prayer for your attendance upon this situation for the purpose of clearing the air, so to speak. You held great optimism about President Trump, and many of us shared your faith, but the time has now come to call a spade a spade and put this sad situation into its proper perspective. My position is clear: Trump is not what we had hoped he would be and I place no further hope in him for that purpose. He might make America Great Again, but the question is who is going to own it and collect all the benefits?

    Professor McDonald, you are the senior man here. I therefore ask if you would be kind enough to make your conclusions on this matter known and clear to all readers of TOO with a posting that gives clear direction and leadership at such a perilous time for our people?

    • Gaylord Retclyffe's Gravatar Gaylord Retclyffe
      May 8, 2017 - 11:53 pm | Permalink

      Powerful words indeed! I can only concur. Pied piper or Messiah: the professor needs to let us know. No pressure, though:we all have wanted to believe, some of us desperately want to believe a little longer – maybe that’s warranted. But for me, at least, whose eyes were opened by Prof. McDonald’s books, I would welcome some kind of statement. And, if that matters, regardless of the tenor of that statement, I will continue as a stalwart supporter of TOO, the absolute best and most profound source of well-researched articles concerning the future of our people.

  11. Brent's Gravatar Brent
    May 8, 2017 - 1:04 pm | Permalink

    Like most others who supported him, I am extremely frustrated with the direction of the Trump administration. In his first month it appeared as if he truly was going to be the “God Emperor” pushing through all his promised agenda, but as the activist courts “blocked” each action (why not say “screw them” and do it anyway. After all, Obama did that at least with work arounds), Trump never seemed to come up with answers. Then the fateful day came when he bombed Syria over supposed chemical strikes by Assad against “his own people.” Any idiot should be able to see that that action would be the absolute worst mistake Assad could make, so why would he do such a thing? It is implausible to the point of near impossibility. Of course, (((their))) answer for everything of this nature is not to ask such questions, but rather to state unequivocally that Assad is a “madman” whose actions cannot be put into rational discourse. Perhaps not so coincidentally, this is the same said of another “madman” who led the “evil” side in WWII. Isn’t it strange how one can look at any historical war between two peoples and see there are at least three sides to the story (his, hers, the truth…), yet with WWII (and to a lesser extent WWI) it is set up as a fight between absolute good versus absolute irrational evil. Perhaps also not coincidentally, this is the same thing said of “racism” and “anti-Semitism” when it comes to having discourse of any kind. NO PLATFORM FOR RACIST NAZIS!!! Isn’t this getting old? I know much of the public is not capable of thinking for themselves, and most these days live more in the digital world painted mostly by (((the tribe))) than in the actual world, so this false digital world comes to represent their actual view of the real world as obviously false as it is to those who can see. Even just looking at the difference between movies of the 1980’s and 1990’s versus today provides an amazing contrast. There seem to be no more damsels in distress needing to be saved. If anything, it is the other way around. Yes, of course! This 110 lb woman can take on a group of 200+ lbs men without breaking a sweat.

    Anyway, I am well off topic. It is our DUTY to spread truth to all those around us willing to listen, and we must do so in a tactful way meant to have the most effect. One cannot hope to change another’s point of view on these issues through blunt force or derision. If one is somewhat open to race realism, then show them the peer-reviewed research, such as Jensen and Rushton. If one is fully aware of race realism, then they must learn the answer to how things came to be in our society. Perhaps, introduce them to Kevin McDonald. I once thought it just some weird natural progression based on white pathological altruism, and I shunned the notion that (((others))) might have a hand in it, however large or small it may be (which is debatable to an extent). I am a parent of 5 (and married to a beautiful wife), and I can assure you that all of my immediate family, extended family, friends, and coworkers are at different stages of development of the TRUTH based on what I feel they can handle. If we all do our part to get the truth out and FUND our movement (no one else will, that’s for sure), then we will have victory in the end NO MATTER who is the POTUS.

    • AngloBilly's Gravatar AngloBilly
      May 8, 2017 - 3:50 pm | Permalink

      “why not say “screw them” and do it anyway”

      I have often thought this also. After a ruling by John Marshall’s Supreme Court which Andrew Jackson objected to, Jackson said, “John Marshall has made his decision. Now let him enforce it.”

      The problem for Trump is that he not only has the Democrats and the media virulently opposed to him; the GOP leadership is also against him, as are many other GOP congressmen. Trump’s enemies are chomping at the bit for a reason to impeach him. While Trump would be fully justified in acting against the politicized judiciary, doing so will give his enemies their pretext for impeachment.

      I understand people’s frustration and disappointment with Trump, but it’s still early. And we don’t fully know all of the cards which his enemies are playing against him. While it’s obvious that Jared Kushner, Ivanka, Cohn and the Neocon generals have been steering the administration in the wrong direction, some of Trump’s ultimate intentions are still not clear. I think we should still give him a chance! He quietly has accomplished some good things so far, and he might come around again on the issues which people here are understandably so upset about. The “100 Days” benchmark is a phony media creation, which doesn’t mean much.

      • Brent's Gravatar Brent
        May 8, 2017 - 6:32 pm | Permalink

        I can’t say I disagree with you, but I am frustrated nonetheless. I am still in “wait and see” mode for the foreseeable future before I will pass final judgement and completely jump off the Trump train, but recent developments haven’t been encouraging. Let’s all hope for the best. It is undoubtedly the truth that Trump is fighting a hostile environment from all directions, which would make it difficult if not impossible to grant us all that we hope for based on his campaign promises. The WALL (not fence or more money for “security”) is a very important promise, and the fact that he caved and championed the most recent budget that gave Democrats virtually everything they wanted as a great win was extremely disappointing. As I said, I will wait and see, but damn, I am frustrated!

        • AngloBilly's Gravatar AngloBilly
          May 9, 2017 - 4:35 am | Permalink

          “I am frustrated nonetheless”

          I agree with you, Brent. And also that the Wall is key.

          Beyond contacting the White House and our congressmen, I wish I knew of some other concrete steps we all could take to get things on track. It seems to me that the country is even more divided than it was before the Civil War. Back in the 1850’s, at least almost all Americans, north and south, believed in the Founding principles. They differed in whether secession was legitimate, but they seem to have had a lot more in common than we do with the other side today. I’m not optimistic that there can be a peaceful solution, unless the USA breaks up peacefully, and the white ethnostate which some argue for can be established.

      • Brent's Gravatar Brent
        May 9, 2017 - 10:13 am | Permalink

        Again, I agree. We certainly are FAR more divided than we ever have been, although in this case it is due massively to racial differences. HOWEVER, there is no denying whites are heavily divided too, as most whites, at least publicly, would stand with the other side rather than their extended racial family when it comes down to it. It seems the goal of the (((globalists))) is to create division amongst us by creating new “identities” (LGBTQ, women, fat, and soon “pedosexual”) within our group that go against the white male who previously took charge of his society. Without strong men, we will NEVER move past this, notwithstanding the fact we need our women on board as well. This whole left/right dichotomy used to be something with which I identified as a young man strongly, but now I feel it just another way to divide us. The GOP is the “generic white party” due to the fact we have nowhere else to go, while many whites on the left vote for the “anti-white party” since they have nowhere else to go for their pet issues, whether the environment, abortion (feminist) rights, and so much more. Of course, with my current knowledge I would say neither party has a monopoly on these ideas, and it has merely sought to create “teams” among us whom we blindly follow without bothering to stop and think if we actually agree with them. By the time one factors in the ever growing population of non-whites who vote their racial interests in the anti-white Democrat Party, we have a situation in which we will eventually (if not already) have a situation in which we have NO hope of achieving anything democratically.

        I have begun to see our world in many ways as a world molded to that which is most desirable for the international Jew. They have lived for literally thousands of years as a separate group amongst strangers, and they are so tight knit over all that in conjunction with their various strategies to achieve power, such as allying or marrying into the aristocracy, they succeed in beating us even when we are a homogeneous society. Of course, eventually the jig is up, and the lower class (typically) rises up to drive them out, and the aristocracy supports it to avoid revolution. The group strategy of the Jews ALWAYS defeats our much more individualistic strategy, and now that we are living as Jews (metaphorically speaking) in a world amongst strangers, it makes the world (((their))) oyster. There is no way left for us (as a homogeneous nation) to rise up together to drive out the subversive influences destroying us. Still, so long as there are enough of us around, and we continue to wake up our people, we have a future. History has shown that our people are capable, and perhaps our most trying times will lead to our greatest future. That is part of what drives me.

    • May 8, 2017 - 4:53 pm | Permalink

      Eli Lake at Bloomberg says it was Nat. Sec. Advisor McMaster’s idea to bomb the Syrian airbase.
      ” Even McMaster’s critics acknowledge that he has professionalized the national security policy process and is a formidable strategist in his own right. Trump credits McMaster with coming up with the plan to strike a Syrian air base last month, which won bipartisan support in Washington.”

      This article cites dissatisfaction with McMaster by Trump. https://www.bloomberg.com/view/articles/2017-05-08/washington-loves-general-mcmaster-but-trump-doesn-t

      • Charles Frey's Gravatar Charles Frey
        May 9, 2017 - 8:27 am | Permalink

        Carolyn: Like all other sewage emanating from our MSM, Eli Lake’s piece has to be READ BACKWARDS.

        The strike did not win ” bipartisan support in Washington “, but was engendered by said ” bipartisan ” support. And we must suspect that the ‘support’ was engineered by the State most interested in installing a jumping-jack in Damascus, who won’t and can’t demand the return of the illegally, formally annexed [ not merely “occupied” ], oil-rich Golan Heights in 1982.

        If memory serves, only as to the source, not the information itself, it was Haaretz which only recently published some of the contemporaneous notes of an Israeli journalist, interviewing Defense Minister Moshe Dayan on the Golan Heights’ seizure.

        Here is the gist of the interview: Replying, Dayan stated that the IDF would send a tractor into the demarcation zone. If the Syrians did not respond with fire, they would send it even further, until it drew fire from the Heights. The [ most-moral ] Army in the world would then counter this Syrian “aggression” with devastatingly overwhelming force.

        One MO to gain LEBENSRAUM, fortuitously endowed with gas and oil, now under the ownership of Genie Oil of New Jersey, with Rothschild [money] Cheney [Washington muscle] and Murdoch [media] at its head; personally granted to them by Netanyahu.

        Yes, we know how to create our enemies: essential to our goals !

  12. Nick Dean's Gravatar Nick Dean
    May 8, 2017 - 3:35 pm | Permalink

    Or more important: “From alt-right acceptance and influence to fear and loathing of Trump.”

    Mere White Nationalists did warn you, here and elsewhere!

    It is a matter of fact than when you adopt non-essential ideological ideas to protect simply biological interests you introduce confusion and dilution.

    ——-

    (Mod Note: “Nick Dean”, snarky below the belt jabs at this website and/or its editor or writers will get you eliminated from the commentariat. We are simply not interested in that kind of crap. So I deleted your last paragraph.)

  13. Fenria's Gravatar Fenria
    May 8, 2017 - 5:08 pm | Permalink

    Kushner is the old school court jew whispering in the King’s ear, and Trump is the buffoonish, easily swayed, greedy King always looking to shore up his fortune and his legacy, often times at the cost of his own subjects. Same as it ever was.

  14. Karen T's Gravatar Karen T
    May 8, 2017 - 5:20 pm | Permalink

    The American Dream is over. It has become a nightmare not only for Americans but for all of the world. America has become the Jewish golem stomping out all opposition to the totalitarian one world order. Trump could never make America great again, it hasn’t been great for over one hundred and fifty years, but it’s been a wild party, rivers of oil, three car garages, drugs and booze, keeping up with the Kardashians, hollywood, fake reality, and the director shouting out old time religions; culture, substance, meaning, real life tossed up like confetti, and now the parties over. Trump doesn’t matter, Clinton doesn’t matter, Trudeau doesn’t matter, Le Pen doesn’t matter, they’re all players in the Liberal globalist agenda, and we mean less than nothing; cattle, steaks on the table by choice and consent. We clutch our broken party favors and hope that a politician or Jesus or internet personality will come along to save us. It’s over and only we can save ourselves.

    • Gaylord Retclyffe's Gravatar Gaylord Retclyffe
      May 8, 2017 - 11:33 pm | Permalink

      Lordy, Lordy, I wish I could say you are dead wrong. I can’t.
      Your assessment is painfully accurate (besides being very
      well written). As a European who has been living in the US
      for forty years I sense the same malaise: it’s over. The
      Jewish behemoth, with the holocaust in one fist and dollar-
      power in the other, runs churches, governments, countries.
      Run if you can, find enclaves, build fences and walls, arm yourselves, hold your head high.

    • Trenchant's Gravatar Trenchant
      May 9, 2017 - 12:29 am | Permalink
      • Pierre de Craon's Gravatar Pierre de Craon
        May 9, 2017 - 12:14 pm | Permalink

        Dear Trenchant,

        Please consider yourself the object of a Two-Minute Disappointment (happily, now concluded) for reminding me of David Hockney. I can’t adequately explain why, but his paintings and theatrical designs have set my teeth on edge for decades.

        Also, may I count upon you to join my campaign to ban, upon pain of death, the nonfacetious use of the word iconic, at present the most overused and meaning-free word in the English language? (Sad to say, I understand that I am not likely to find any Willing Executioners for this [ahem] iconic hate speech.)

    • Alicia's Gravatar Alicia
      May 9, 2017 - 5:44 am | Permalink

      Very well said, Karen.

    • Charles Frey's Gravatar Charles Frey
      May 10, 2017 - 9:43 am | Permalink

      Karen, regrettably I agree with you: except for ” choice ” and
      ” consent “. The American electorate was given ” Hobson’s Choice “, i.e. none at all, as explained [ or rather merely demonstrably corroborated ] by Quigley, above.

      And ” consent ” has been ‘manufactured’ since well before Chomsky informed the purposefully politically retarded. To successfully plead consent in court, requires it to be informed and voluntary. [ If it isn’t ‘ informed ‘, its voluntariness is rendered immaterial ].

      After my last flight I absconded with a goodly supply of barf bags. Hygienic whenever the phrases of democracy, our sacred election process [CNN] and our shared western values with Israel, along with liberty, freedom, patriotism and Homeland Security raise their counterfeit grimaces.

      ” Free and fair elections ” merely put the stamp of legitimization on the nominees selected by the greatest scum in the country and our great ally in the ME to serve particularistic interests; our political, narcissistic ” Elite “. Those bottom-feeders who came to the fore while draining the swamp. As I said here months ago.

      But, I speak of the obvious; in fact saying nothing.

      • T. J.'s Gravatar T. J.
        May 10, 2017 - 3:20 pm | Permalink

        Don’t worry, that’s better than nothing.

  15. May 8, 2017 - 6:21 pm | Permalink

    Reason-Trump believers. It has always amazed me how easy it is to fool people who think their candidate is for the people. Wake up folks! There never has been or ever will be a candidate for President who doesn’t lie about their positions on issues and then betray his followers when elected.

  16. Blenda Richter's Gravatar Blenda Richter
    May 8, 2017 - 8:12 pm | Permalink

    “We should hold on to the hope that Donald Trump can return to the tenets of his early campaign before the Jewish money started rolling in.”

    I think all is lost. Anyhow, I’ll give him about 18 months and see how he manages to slip free from the Jew tentacles… just in case I’m preparing myself to start hating him with the same sublime, holy hatred I have for the parasites of humanity…

  17. Drake Corrigan's Gravatar Drake Corrigan
    May 9, 2017 - 3:14 am | Permalink

    POLITIK MAKES STRANGE BEDFELLOWS.

  18. Charles Frey's Gravatar Charles Frey
    May 9, 2017 - 10:27 am | Permalink

    The expressed disappointments here and much of the understandable loss of even hope, won’t be assuaged by the following quote from Quigley’s TRAGEDY AND HOPE, but at least partly explained. P 74:

    ” The inability of plutocracy to control the Democratic Party as it had demonstrated it could control the Republican Party, made it advisable for them to adopt a one-party outlook on political affairs, although they continued to contribute to some extent to both parties and did not cease their effort to control both.

    In fact on two occasions, in 1904 and in 1924, J. P. Morgan was able to sit back with a feeling of satisfaction to watch a presidential election in which the candidates of both parties were in his sphere of influence. In 1924 the Democratic candidate was one of his chief lawyers, while the Republican candidate was the classmate and handpicked choice of his partner Dwight Morrow. Usually, Morgan had to share this political influence with other sectors of the business oligarchy, especially with the Rockefeller interest {as was done, for example, by dividing the ticket between them in 1900 and 1920} “.

    When I hear of foreign, particularly Russian interference in OUR DEMOCRATIC PROCESS, but never of Israeli/AIPAC interference, I laugh until just before the tears come.

    Our damage is done: recriminations of self or others is immaterial now: which makes realigned, continued and increased activism even more important. ” Hobson’s Choice ” is described by the dictionary as being named after Thomas Hobson, [1544-1631], an English liveryman who gave his customers no choice but had them take the nearest horse.

    Contrary to good manners we had indeed better check the mouth of the next gift-horse.

  19. RoyAlbrecht's Gravatar RoyAlbrecht
    May 10, 2017 - 4:47 am | Permalink

    The Great White Hope: That is the delusion.
    I fell for it as much as most.

    The problem with seeing through the Trump Train of Lies was that he was telling all the Special Interest Groups either exactly what they wanted to hear or telling them what they were thinking already anyway.
    And therein lies the hope.

    Forget about analyzing what went wrong, because hindsight is 20-20 and we can all more or less piece together how we were bamboozled into supporting a Supreme Swindler.

    Instead, let’s take stock of where we are now.

    Trump made excellent use of social media and largely his entire campaign revolved directly around bypassing Jewish Media and going directly to his Twitter followers…, A.K.A. the people.

    Unlike Hillary, who was no doubt instructed by her Jewish owners to pretty well stick to the old style of PC rhetoric that had reduced turn out at the polls by Whites to record lows,
    Trump told his audiences what most of them were already thinking long before Trump came along.

    Trump confirmed in the minds of the masses all the obvious truisms about the mass media, Hillary, trade imbalances, banks, etc., etc…
    The thing Trump did not do was talk “openly” about what we TOO-Whites all take for granted regarding Jews, Race and Behaviour correlations, a foreign policy that is a Rothschildian dream come true, the Holyhoax, German Occupation by Zionist proxy controlled nations and the state of Martial Law which the cloak of Jewish controlled Democracy so cleverly hides from the public.

    Tibet can be talked about as a nation that seeks freedom from Chinese occupation, but Germans not only have no Rights to Freedom…, they are not even considered to be Humans judging by US policy initiatives within Germany.

    Standard Jewish playbook material:
    Concede that which can no longer be hidden and Continue to Hide that which is essential to expanding Jewish power.

    The above is all elementary and has been riterated merely as a prelude to the next part of the comment, namely;
    Where do Whites sit now after the Big Trump Backstab?

    One thing I noticed,
    during all the pre-election rah-rah, go get ’em Trump Euphoria,
    was the difference in applause he received from his largely Aryan Audiences when for instance he spoke of building a wall and when he spoke of Supporting “Our Best Friend and the only True Democracy in the Region”; Israel.

    Trump played his audiences like a Pied Piper.
    He had them cheering wildly for his now largely broken promises…,
    starting with the southern boarder and ending with Trade imbalances…,
    but when he tried,
    like a hypnotist who had trained his dogs to bark enthusiastically at any suggestions that were put before them…,
    to pull the Bait and Switch Maneuver and injected Israel into the equation,
    the Dogs suddenly became noticeably quieter!…

    The World…, including most of the White World…, knows Jews are at the root of most Global Problems.
    They are just too Spiritually Broken, Suspicious of Each Other, and unwilling to be the first to step into the JQ fray and be the first to lose everything they have been trained by Jews to value in the process.

    I have little left to lose so I also am not afraid of being killed or losing what little I do have left. Indeed, my murder would be a welcome relief.

    The War Against Aryan Spiritual Revival will continue to be waged by the forces of World Jewry and Freemasonry. The bulk of the human cattle will be slaughtered before it is over and Whites will be no more.

    The only question remaining now is:
    How do you personally wish to be eliminated?
    Do you want to die on all fours, groveling and begging for your life before a hideous, pitiless and maliciously vengeful Jew?
    or
    Do you want to go down taking as many of the deformed Jews with you as possible?

    We thought a Trump Presidency would be a welcome relief when in fact the Jews engineered the Hillary implosion to give Trump the Trifecta (Congress, Senate and Judiciary) Victory that would ensure a swift and stealthy death to Human biodiversity and Aryan Ideals.

    • Charles Frey's Gravatar Charles Frey
      May 10, 2017 - 12:05 pm | Permalink

      Roy, with a surname like yours your parents surely related some of their experiences during the war. We had a saying then, as during the first one: Enjoy the war, because the peace is going to be hell. And so it was.

      However, instead of asking here, what method of death one would prefer, remember the approximate words of Patton while addressing the graduating class at West Point:

      ” There is a great number of you bastards here today, prepared to give your lives for your country. Well, let me tell you, the only way to win a war is for you to make that other bastard give up his life for his country ! “.

      Man, remember the motley crew of underfed, under-aged, raggedly uniformed and helmeted mere boys, standing at attention before trembling Hitler, and having their cheeks stroked for their loyalty, preparedness to fight, facing imminent and certain death.

      For some time after formal cessations of hostilities, these little groups of kids, armed with the simple, rocket-propelled anti-tank Panzerfaust disabled dozens of T-34s and Stalins.

      In late June ’45 we returned to Berlin from 90 kms south-east of Berlin, where we had been overrun by vodka-incentivized, and Jewish super-swine Ehrenburg-exhorted Bolshevik soldiers to pillage and burn; to murder, rape and immolate German civilians of all ages and gender; all day long, every day; with intended and photographically-documented results. Led by their usually Jewish Political Commissars, of whom enough were left, since the Wehrmacht had Hitler rescind his “Commissar Order ” to shoot this indeed sub-human vermin on sight.

      We undertook the last stretch of our return to Berlin on a train loaded with rotting potatoes; more time on the sidings to allow for priority Soviet troop trains than travelling to Berlin.

      We arrived at Anhalter Station well after dark and were forced to sleep on the bare concrete of the platform. Some time later a commotion occurred at the far end of the platform, as a group of Rotarmisten made their way towards our little group. I was awakened out of my half-sleep by a boot in my six-year-old ribs, having a flashlight shined into my face, with a to me yet incomprehensible question : Werewolf-Werewolf ?

      That was the adopted or given designation to that valiant little band of child resisters.

      Fairness obliges me to mention that a good number of these soldiers, far from following the swine Ehrenburg, must have had the admonitions of their residually Christian mothers ring in their ears, to behave mercifully and decently. While some units kidnapped toddlers as mascots.

      I hope to have conveyed to you my personal intention as to how I plan to depart.

      • FranksandBeans's Gravatar FranksandBeans
        May 13, 2017 - 9:54 pm | Permalink

        So from your story, you mean to say that you were a German kid who went through the war in Germany and also survived the Russian occupation?
        What do you mean ‘I hope to have conveyed to you my personal intention as to how I plan to depart.’ ???

        I hope you are not planning on killing yourself. I hope you have done your part and produced many pure white kids.

  20. ex South African's Gravatar ex South African
    May 10, 2017 - 11:51 pm | Permalink

    Please consider, when reading my comments on president Trump and the USA in general, that I do not stay in the USA, and am thus not able to size the situation there in the same manner as a local American would be able to do.

    If I read him as a person, he does seem to be someone who is a driver type of personality. Going by this, I wonder if there will come a time that an internal grudge will build up inside him in such a manner, that he will turn all caution to the wind and just rebel against those trying to steer events against his better judgement.

  21. FranksandBeans's Gravatar FranksandBeans
    May 13, 2017 - 9:52 pm | Permalink

    Listen guys, for all of you saying that Trump has not been the person whom we thought he would be, you are right is a way, but would you rather have Hillary as our president instead of Trump? You would say HELL NO!!!!!!! I know he has tried his best to prevent muslims and other enemies from coming in, but he has to follow laws. He cannot be a dictator. The good thing he has done that gives me hope is that he has Sen Jeff Sessions by his side. I know Jeff will set him straight whenever he can. I also was disappointed when Kushner and Ivanak were appointed as his advisors and also when he bombed Syria, but I hope Trump realizes his folly and corrects that mistake.

    Now if Hillary came to power, we would be inundated with Syrian and other refugees not to mention illegals. She would have made a big spectacle by welcoming them at the airport and also having LGTBTQ parties in the White House while Bill boinks the interns in their bedroom. I know Trump is not up to the standard we all thought he would be, but when you think of Hillary, I think we should all say a silent prayer thanking God that Hillary is NOT our president. I hope in the next few days that Kushner and Ivanka are kicked out and that they tackle immigration and get rid of that disastrous 1965 Immigration Act that is ruining America.

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