Donald Trump's Anti-White State Of The Union

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  1. 313Chris Forum Veteran

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    (Yes, this was published on Fade's blog, and personally I think the same of Michael Cushman that most people here think of Fade. However, I also have no problem crediting anyone as being on point, when they're on point. And I have to admit that Cushman was completely on point with this article.)

    The Anti-White State of the Union

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    March 1, 2017 Michael Cushman Politics 21

    Much has been made in recent weeks about how the Deep State is striking back at President Donald Trump. But deeper than the Deep State and more fundamental to twenty-first century America’s foundations is the Anti-White State. We got a taste of it in Trump’s joint address to Congress last night.

    The media with which Trump has battled bitterly is largely positive on his speech – a bad sign if ever there was one. The hostile Van Jones of CNN has even praised it. The New York Times called it “an optomistic vision” and Politico called it “normal,” “polished” and “disciplined” – high praise from a reliably anti-Trump website.

    Thankfully, the speech did not offer a “path to citizenship” for illegal aliens, the amnesty which we were warned is coming from the Trump administration. That may be ahead but it wasn’t mentioned last night. And the warning makes it possible for Trump’s base and we on the Alt-Right and the Alt-South to remind him where his bread is buttered and that our support is not unconditional. Many of us voted for Trump specifically because of his anti-immigration proposals. Any back track on that would mean a loss of support.

    What did Trump’s address actually contain? It started with a reference to Black History Month and condemnations of “hate and evil,” of threats against “Jewish community centers” and “Jewish cemetaries.” There was no mention of the recent horrific attacks by Blacks on White women (see here and here) in the South or the extremely high Black-on-White rape rate in the United States. Later, Trump accredited his win in 2016 to support from “families of all colors and creeds” even though his win has almost universally been recognized as due to his strong support from White working families in Middle America, Dixie and the Rust Belt. He referenced “our friends and allies in the Muslim world” even though his campaign was based in large part on defeating “radical Islamic terrorism” and banning Muslim immigration to the United States. And he also mentioned “our unbreakable alliance with the State of Israel.” Finally, he spoke of the educational needs of “African-American and Latino children” without noting the millions of poor White children in America – many of them trapped in failed heavily non-White schools.

    This was a speech for what Occidental Dissent has called “Black Run America” – a system run not largely by Blacks but for their benefit and the benefit of non-Whites in general at the expense of White people. This was a speech for the Anti-White State.

    Trump mostly neglected his base. He pandered to groups that have strongly opposed him and sounded different than the man we came to know and love on the campaign trail. Of course, this was a different setting. But he did not have to go to the rhetorical extremes that he did. It won’t get him more non-White votes. And the good press he got for the speech will evaporate almost immediately as the “opposition party” gets back to work publishing attacks on Trump and White America.

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    This speech was 80% damage control, 15% conciliatory rhetoric, and 5% policy announcements.

    1. Trump mentioned Black History Month right out of the gate because of a) his unresolved feud with John Lewis (if you think otherwise, the camera even focused in on the ol' California Raisin about 5 seconds into his speech as if it was, gasp, planned) and b) if he didn't mention BHM on the last day of February, the media would have dogged him with cheap allegations of racism which would have overshadowed everything else he said in his address. Trump also highlighted Rare Disease Day (complete with a bizarre shout-out to a woman with flippers) leading up to his Obamacare policy. He doesn't have to personally care about either of these token civic holidays or people in order to invoke them for some purpose.

    2. There was a cringe-inducing vigil for Navy Seal Ryan Owens that went on for what felt like hours because a) Trump ordered the raid that got him killed, and b) his father refused to meet with Trump after the fact, which amplifies the fallout from his spat with that Muslim 'blue star family.'

    3. Trump pretended the U. S. has 'friends and allies in the Middle East' because his executive order temporarily halting immigration from those seven Muslim nations met with such resistance from the courts.

    4. Thanks to Bernie Sanders, the Democrats now unconditionally support a platform of 'free' higher education. They will not compromise with the GOP on any education reform without some kind of rhetoric hearkening back to the good ol' moderate days of about a year ago. The fact that white children are languishing in inner-city public schools is not remarkable; black and brown children are languishing in mainstream public schools. The heart of the matter is the fundamental incompatibility of the races. One reality does not negate the other. The best he or any other President can do is talk about the unwillingness of the last two or three generations of immigrants to assimilate.

    5. Obama did not care about Israel. In fact, Obama was actively and open contemptuous of Israel. This was his one positive character trait. The reality is that most people in the Western world at least tacitly support Israel. The fact that an insignificant amount of people are jew-aware does nothing to change that. 99.9% of people who do not support Israel do so because they support Palestine or a two-state solution, not because they've read Henry Ford's pamphlet series and a website about the USS Liberty. From a policy perspective, this nation has no reason to support Palestine or relinquish support of a nation that, and I hate to sound like a Neocon shill here, is an outpost of Western economics, Western politics, and Western influence in a region that is otherwise hostile to all of those things. Do Cushman et. al. seriously expect Trump, or any other President, or any other elected official for that matter, to repudiate U. S. support in the Middle East? Not even Obama, who snubbed that shitty little country every chance he got, did not go so far. It's delusional to think that any U. S. administration, Republican or Democratic, will ever go that far.

    There's most of the damage control. Watch the speech again and you'll see the pattern. Most of the conciliatory rhetoric had to do with repealing and replacing Obamacare and reforming the immigration and education systems. Judging by the Democrats' reactions, they don't seem too open to compromise. Oh well, it makes Trump look good. The only new policy was establishing VOICE, a database of crimes committed by immigrants, which he will use in the future for... public relations and damage control.

    Lastly, the 'Alt-Right' is not a thing. The 'Alt-South' is even less of a non-thing. The fact that niche Internet bloggers voted as a bloc is statistically meaningless. This article is proof that white nationalists live in a bubble that bursts every night when they turn their devices off.
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    Wahh, I was totally wrong about Hillary winning the election, so I guess it's onto the next "Trump is anti-white" thesis.
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    http://www.bostonglobe.com/opinion/...al-religion/X5mxmrIb8tdTMfhu8Kk0zH/story.html is a pretty good synopsis of what the speech represented. Simply put, Trump (and his speechwriters) merely invoked the tenets of "America's civil religion" as much as possible to shore up his own legitimacy. While Trump's speech did not exactly take ACR back to the days of Andrew Jackson, by invoking the Christian God he at least took ACR back from the designs of Obama and his godless socialists. If you need an explanation on ACR, check out The Tragedy of U.S. Foreign Policy by Walter MacDougall.
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    Still bleeding from the last time, huh? Feel better, punk.
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    This about as good as a US president will get for us, and he isn't exactly all that great but better than Jeb Bush or a Hillary Clinton. I am under no illusions about Trump's Zionism or the way he handles himself in situations like this. So enjoy what limited pleasure this shitlord is currently raining upon the shitlibs, he is turning them into banshees. After Trump... it's going to be nothing but awful presidents with people similar to Warren, Perez, and neocons with a white guilt complex. So enjoy some of the tax breaks, constitutional rights, and being a straight white person cause this is about as good as it will ever get.
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    It's Trump's Party, Now
    By Patrick Buchanan
    March 03, 2017

    Before the largest audience of his political career, save perhaps his inaugural, Donald Trump delivered the speech of his life.

    And though Tuesday's address may be called moderate, even inclusive, Trump's total mastery of his party was on full display.

    Congressional Republicans who once professed "free-trade" as dogmatic truth rose again and again to cheer economic nationalism.

    "We've lost more than one-fourth of our manufacturing jobs since NAFTA was approved," thundered Trump, "and we've lost 60,000 factories since China joined the World Trade Organization in 2001."

    Yet a Republican party that embraced NAFTA and voted MFN for China every time it came up gave Trump standing ovations.

    "(W)e have inherited a series of tragic foreign policy disasters," said Trump, "America has spent approximately six trillion dollars in the Middle East -- all the while our infrastructure at home is crumbling."

    And from Congressional Republicans who backed every Bush-Obama war -- Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Syria, Yemen -- not a peep of protest, as their foreign policy legacy was being consigned to the dumpster.

    Watching Republicans rise again and again to hail Trump called to mind the Frankish King Clovis who, believing his wife's Christian God had interceded to give him victory over the Alemanni, saw his army converted by the battalions and baptized by the platoons.

    One had thought the free-trade beliefs of Republicans were more deeply rooted than this.

    "We have withdrawn the United States from the job-killing Trans-Pacific Partnership," Trump exulted, having just tossed into the trash that mammoth trade deal beloved of Bush Republicans.

    GOP champions of the TPP, if there are any left, sat mute.

    Trump cited the first Republican president, Lincoln, as having got it right when he warned, "abandonment of the protective policy by the American Government (will) produce want and ruin among our people."

    Celebrating protectionism, hailing "America First!" in a virtual State of the Union address -- it doesn't get any better than this.

    To open-borders Republicans who backed amnesty for 11 million illegal immigrants, Trump had this message, "We will soon begin the construction of a great wall along our southern border."

    And the cheering did not stop.

    The president invoked Eisenhower's Interstate Highway System, the greatest public works project of the 20th century, as a model.

    Yet Ike was opposed by the Taft wing of his party and Ike's republicanism gave birth to the modern conservative movement.

    Yet, in leading Republicans away from globalism to economic nationalism, Trump is not writing a new gospel. He is leading a lost party away from a modernist heresy -- back to the Old-Time Religion.

    In restating his commitment to the issues that separated him from the other Republicans and won him Wisconsin, Michigan, Ohio and Pennsylvania, however, Trump reaffirmed aspects of conservatism dear to his audience.

    He committed himself to regulatory reform, freeing up the private sector, rolling back the administrative state. The Keystone and Dakota Access pipelines are on the way to completion. And Trump is all behind school choice.

    While the speech was unifying and aspirational, the president set goals and laid down markers by which his presidency will be judged.

    And none will be easy of attainment.

    "Dying industries will come roaring back to life. ... Crumbling infrastructure will be replaced with new roads, bridges, tunnels, airports and railways ... Our terrible drug epidemic will slow down and, ultimately, stop. ... Our neglected inner cities will see a rebirth of hope, safety and opportunity."

    As some of these domestic crises are rooted in the character, or lack of it, of people, they have proven, since Great Society days, to be beyond the capacity of government to solve.

    Ronald Reagan was not wrong when he said, "Government is not the solution to our problems; government is the problem."

    And while the president's speech astonished critics as much as it reassured friends, it leaves large questions unanswered.

    How does one leave Social Security and Medicare untouched, grow defense by more than $50 billion, slash taxes, launch a $1 trillion infrastructure program -- and not explode the deficit and national debt?

    Now that we are ensnared in wars all over the Middle East, how do we extricate ourselves and come home without our enemies filling the vacuum?

    How does the GOP repeal and replace Obamacare without cutting the benefits upon which millions of Americans have come to rely?

    How do you eliminate an $800 billion merchandise trade deficit without tariffs that raise the price of cheap imports from abroad -- on which Trump's working-class voters have come to depend?

    The Republican establishment today bends the knee to Caesar.

    But how long before K Street lobbyists for transnational cartels persuade the GOP elite, with campaign contributions, to slow-walk the president's America First agenda?

    Tuesday's speech established Trump as the man in charge.

    But how loyal to him and his program will be the "deep state," which dominates this city that gave Trump only 4 percent of its votes and, paranoically, believes him to be an agent of Vladimir Putin?

    The Trump-Beltway wars have only just begun.

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    I hate to say it but your analyses is spot on imo.

    Already Trump is showing signs of caving in to the whims & policies of the jewsual ShitCuck and Liberal suspects. It's inevitable really, he's pretty much surrounded in his own Party & Administration by Cucks and then he still has to contend with the hysterical almost exclusively Leftist Soros media & Demorats. Fact is he's basically isolated and trapped within his own kingdom.
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    Whether you're pro- or anti- white power, white nationalist, or whatever you want to call it...there are some drop-dead gorgeous women in this version of Saga singing "Ode To A Dying People:"

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    The only people who developed any delusions concerning whether Trump would serve as some sort of "white power" executive were racialists themselves, with Daily Sturmer readers and writers coming to mind in particular. A similar pretense originally existed with "Dubya" as well, which can be verified by contemporary Spermfront content. In Trump's case, this Sturmer-endorsed notion was always peculiar as his philosemitism has been on public display, even with his campaign. Conversely, the "Trump is an anti-Semitic junior Hitler" hysteria promulgated by Jewish leftists and comedians was equally inane.

    Despite the unreasonableness of those views, it is and has been perfectly reasonable to expect paleo-conservative public policy formation from Trump. This is so because he has remained consistent on his Buchananite nationalist promises. In the current climate, this makes him a solid reactionary - in case you're forgetting, we just had to stomach a black Muslim Marxist president and all of the attendant "white people are dead" editorials, speeches, and tweets. As Apocales indicated, this is probably the best we can hope for. In terms of U.S. presidents, we haven't had one that didn't initiate some policy to impugn the relative "white position" in close to a century. In case you're not reading the news, he wants to curtail illegal and legal immigration, all while telling the anti-white press and practically the full list of race hustling minority advocacy groups to eat dirt.

    the lady doth protest too much methinks
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    'the best we can hope for' is still pretty god damn shitty. The rotting great satan is still doomed at the end of the day.
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