I WAS DONE with Trump before being done with Trump was cool — almost before it was even a thing, actually. I was done with Trump just a few minutes after I heard him speak for the first time.
(Let me apologize to you this week for my voice, which probably sounds strained because of a mild infection my immune system is fighting. We’ll both have to put up with it today; despite the raggedness, I’ll try to make myself clearly understood.)
Oh, I went to a Trump rally and enjoyed the anti-globalist, anti-Wall Street, implicitly pro-White fervor of the crowd. I really enjoyed his campaign ad calling out Goldman Sachs, Janet Yellen, and George Soros — all well-known to be exemplars of the Jewish power structure — as enemies of America. I like idea of a wall to keep out Mestizo invaders. And I doubly enjoyed the proven fact that — even after all the screaming from the ADL and the Chosen News Network and the rest that Trump was Literally Hitler because of that ad — dozens of millions of people, the vast majority of them White people, still voted for him — enough to get him elected President.
I triply enjoyed, and am still enjoying, three other significant results of all this: 1) having the first presidential candidate in American history for whom being compared with Hitler was an electoral plus — and then having him win — 2) driving the Jewish media into paroxysms of rage, irrationality, and unprofessionalism so egregious as to drive more and more “normies” (that is, “normal” White people as yet unawakened to their race’s plight) to the alternative press (where there are a hundred ways to find the National Alliance and National Vanguard); and 3) it has also emboldened many, many thousands of awakened but previously silent White men and women to speak out on social media like never before, making racial-nationalism a part of the national debate like it never has been in my lifetime.
But Trump loves the System, loves Jews, loves Israel, loves Goldman Sachs despite his playing us into thinking he didn’t, and is apparently willing to compromise (“deal”) on or flat-out reverse every major nationalist-leaning promise he made to get elected.Read More: http://www.kevinalfredstrom.com/2017/07/the-triumph-of-pretended-implied-implicit-faux-petty-nationalism/