God-Emperor No More

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    God Emperor No More
    GREG JOHNSON
    APRIL 8, 2017

    Never betray your friends to court the favor of your enemies. If you betray your friends, the most principled and perceptive among them will drop you, leaving only the delusional and venal. That is not a good trade, given that the approval you gain is bound to be fleeting and contingent, whereas the contempt and distrust you create will be permanent. The people you betrayed may come back to you out of sentimentality or self-interest, but their trust and respect will never return. They will always regard you as a traitor.

    Why is such a simple lesson so hard for politicians to understand?

    Donald Trump’s dizzying about-face on Syria has won the temporary applause of his enemies, but he has forever lost the respect of his most ardent supporters on the Alt Right, the people who actually believe in and defend his nationalist-populist message, including his America First foreign policy.

    I thought Trump’s willingness to fight a two-front war against the Democrats and his own party was sufficient proof that he was sincere about his America First foreign policy. But he ditched it at its first real test.

    I no longer trust Donald Trump.

    But it is worse than that. I no longer like or respect Trump either. Trump didn’t just betray us. He betrayed us over something utterly stupid. We’ve seen this all before. We’ve seen pictures of dead or injured Syrian children on CNN (although not the victims of US-backed forces). We’ve heard stories of Assad “gassing his own people.” We’ve seen the same vulgar emotional manipulation and ginned-up storms of social signaling. We’ve been asked to start wars based on what some little Syrian Anne Frank allegedly says on Twitter. We know that the press, politicians, and intelligence agencies behind this are trying to topple Assad. We know that they are liars, because they are the same people who lied to get us into the Iraq War. And Trump has seen it all too. He knew better. We know he knew better, because of a long history of Tweets about Syria, which now make him look like a feckless hypocrite. So for him to fall for the warmongers this time frankly makes me question his intelligence, his character, even his sanity.

    Beyond that, attacking Assad exacerbates our problems. We want Assad to win this war. We want him to destroy ISIS and other Islamist terrorist groups. We want peace and stability in Syria, so we can send millions of refugees back home, whether they want to go or not. And we certainly do not want heightened tensions with Russia.

    Furthermore, Trump’s intervention in Syria is now being used as an argument to admit more Syrian refugees.

    Then, there’s the little problem that Trump’s strike was unconstitutional. Wouldn’t it be poetic if Trump gave the establishment the Syrian war they have been trying to start for years — as well as grounds for impeaching him before he manages to slip up and do something good for America?

    Finally, why are we even debating retaliations for atrocities committed by Syrians in Syria? Obviously, because no matter what side you come down on, Jews and Israel benefit. They benefit when we actually promote chaos and regime change in Syria. And they benefit even if we end up doing nothing, simply because we not debating, say, retaliating for atrocities committed against whites by Muslims all over Europe, or against whites by blacks in South Africa, or against whites by mestizo invaders in America. Let’s debate regime change in South Africa or Germany or Sweden or Mexico, shall we?

    Or better yet, why not focus on America First? Trump has his work cut out for him effecting regime change in Washington, DC.

    Some have suggested that Trump changed his Syrian policy out of Machiavellian calculations:

    *To impress/intimidate the President of China, who was dining with him in Florida

    *To impress/intimidate Putin, to make him more tractable in future negotiations

    *To undermine the “Trump is beholden to Putin/the Russians ‘hacked’ the election” narrative that Democrats have been pushing because they are incapable of taking responsibility for Hillary Clinton’s disastrous candidacy
    To placate Jewish warmongers and their lapdogs like McCain, Rubio, and Graham, as well as their chorus of media shills

    *To get his faltering Presidency back on track by doing something popular with the establishment that opposes him

    *To convince the world that he is a dangerous madman, to make other powers more tractable to US designs

    *We are also told that the ineffectual nature of the strike was actually part of the plan. The Syrians and Russians were forewarned, expensive equipment was removed, etc. Missiles were allegedly deactivated in flight. (Certainly more comforting than believing that Russian technology shot a lot of them down.) Trump does not want to actually harm Assad. There was no risk of escalation with Russia or Iran. Trump just wants to do one or all of the above.

    Frankly, I’m not buying it. None of these theories are half as clever as purported.

    Russia and China would not be impressed or intimidated by a mere expensive fireworks display that risked nothing. But if Trump tried to hurt Assad and failed, that is hardly impressive or intimidating either, and saving face would require escalation, perhaps into outright war.

    If Trump warned the Russians and Syrians and did nothing to hurt Assad, it would support, not undermine, the Trump-Russia collusion narrative. It is a meme that the Democrats would rather court nuclear war than take responsibility for their own failure. If Trump actually tried to hurt Assad and risked real escalation with Russia, one has to ask: Is it worth a nuclear war to shut these people’s lying mouths? Trump would have to be mad to think so.

    If the establishment can get Trump to do its bidding by blocking his policies, it will only continue to stymie Trump until more Danegeld is extorted. Trump surely knows better. It is far too early to declare Trump’s administration a failure. Realistically, I expected him to be stymied by liberals and cucks for a full two years, until the 2018 elections. Trump was never deterred by bad press. How many times was he declared finished in the primaries and election? He didn’t listen before, so why would he start now?

    Trump has already convinced a significant percentage of the world that he is a dangerous madman. But the Syria pivot does not support that perception. It supports the conclusion that he is a mercurial, hypocritical buffoon who cannot be trusted to maintain his most basic promises. How, exactly, does that make him a more formidable negotiator?

    The most plausible explanation for the Syria pivot comes from Seventh Son at The Daily Shoah (Episode #145). When Trump was asked about the gas attack by a reporter at the news conference with King Abdullah of Jordan, he saw it as an opportunity for abusing Obama as a weak little girl for declaring a red line in Syria and then backing down when Assad crossed it rather than acting decisively. When asked if this attack crossed any red lines for him, Trump of course had to agree and amplify, lest he too be a weak little girl like Obama.

    In short, Trump painted himself into a corner with his big mouth, his adolescent Alpha posturing, and his fixation on denigrating Obama, and since acknowledging mistakes has never been Trump’s strong suit, it was child’s play for the establishment to spring into action and funnel him into launching airstrikes. The politicians, pundits, and masses are well-programmed with Jewish talking points. All they needed was an opening, then all the tools started whirring for war.

    Let’s hope that Trump has realized his mistake and decides to declare victory and turn back to real priorities. Let’s hope that the other players in this game, like Syria, Russia, and Iran let him.

    I think Seventh Son’s analysis is correct, and it helps us decode Trump’s whole foreign policy. For a long time, we on the Alt Right were scratching our heads about the great anomaly in Trump’s America First platform, namely Iran. Trump constantly repeated the rankest, most gefilte-fishy neocon talking points on Obama’s Iran deal, which threatened to cause a terrifying outbreak of peace in the region. My hypothesis was that Trump took this stance simply to contradict and abuse Obama.

    But, goyische kopf that I am, I assumed that the rest of Trump’s foreign policy — the stuff I agreed with, of course — was sincere. Now I am not so sure. Is Trump’s entire foreign policy agenda simply based on negating Obama’s? What about his domestic policy agenda? Does Trump base his policies not on a sober assessment of what is good for America, but simply on some sort of egomaniacal desire to one-up and put down Barack Obama and his ilk? Granted, doing the opposite of Obama and Hillary is generally a good guide to policy. But you’d have to be an overgrown adolescent chimpanzee to run a country that way. Could this be why Donald Trump is idolized by rappers?

    For the Alt Right, it’s Mourning in America. We believed in this guy. We liked this guy. And now he just seems stupid. Frankly, so do we. The day Trump launched his strike, I received the proof copy of my new book In Defense of Prejudice, and I cringed my way through the chapters on Trump. Sure, I can tell myself that it was still right to support him, that Trump is still better than Hillary. So why is he enacting Hillary’s foreign policy? Maybe Martin Heidegger really was the last philosopher with sound political judgment.

    I’m a little suspicious at how quickly we on the Alt Right moved to condemn Trump. As soon as I heard that missiles had been fired, my feelings changed completely. The cloud of confusion and anxiety that was building over the previous days suddenly erupted in lightning and thunder. It was a catharsis.

    But in truth this break has been a long time in coming. I think that we all felt that Trump was faltering out of the gate, especially with the health care bill. And when people feel that a relationship is doomed, it is quite common to search for a principled pretext to give it a coup de grâce and move forward. It is psychologically easier that way. One maintains one’s sense of agency, which is an important component of one’s self-worth. In short, it is just another case of what I call honorable defeatism. In this case, however, it is a good thing, for two reasons.

    First, a lot of us were too emotionally invested in Trump. I thought I had a pretty realistic view of Trump, but this betrayal still came as a brutal blow. It must be a lot worse for the souls who actually thought the Alt Right was responsible for putting Trump into office, who felt that we owned a piece of him. The Alt Right’s relationship with Trump was always a one-way man crush, based largely on projections. Ending such a relationship is a healthy thing.

    Second, it helps us refocus on our mission. When Trump was elected, I argued that the Alt Right needs to see itself as Trump’s loyal opposition, the opposition that wants him to succeed in spite of himself. After all, Trump is not one of us. He’s a populist and a civic nationalist with generally good instincts. But he’s not terribly articulate or intellectual, which is one reason he seems to have been so easily misled by the Jews and cuckservatives that opportunistically crowded into his administration. It is our job to offer an intellectually sound and emotionally compelling case for nationalist populism, to help Trump advance his policies, and to help as many Trump supporters as possible advance beyond them to White Nationalism.

    Now that the God Emperor has fallen to earth, we need to remind ourselves that Trump was never the end game. He was — and remains — an immense opportunity to smash the current globalist establishment and unleash nationalist, populist, and racialist forces that will be raging into the future, long after Trump is dead. It is our movement, not Trump, that represents the real long-term interests of our race, and we have to start acting like it.
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    Now, I'd like to see one of these people explain why they think that matters.
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    harsh words for firing off some tomahawks at assad. The alt-right and far-ritists are literally presenting the situation as america was uninvolved before this strike against assad. America was 200% involved in syria with forces on the ground and aerial bombings daily. They're being just as disingenuous as any far-left or shitlib media resource. Only they're lying to push their own narrative.

    trump was all over the place contradicting himself during the election in terms of foreign policy. One moment he would declare 'non-intervention!' and in the next breath 'i'm the most militaristic guy in the room i will annihilate terrorism'. People heard what the wanted to hear and ignored the rest. Also there was no about face again the US was already deeply involved in syria.

    Anyone who ever believed for one moment that donald trump was some kind of saviour of the white race is a hopeless moron.
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    Hey I just want that damn wall, with all his kosher buddies that may be the only thing we can get.
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    Never was. I told them so:

    Prince of Politics [2016] will likely be an unpopular sermon as it attempts to provide an alternate viewpoint regarding the "victory" of Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton. Can the president-elect Trump be any type of "savior" when Yahweh forbids casting lots for men as our rulers (2 Chronicles 19:2, Psalm 1:1, Matthew 6:33, Proverbs 16:33)? Lucifer is the prince of this world's politics and wars against the Saints!

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    Now, I'd like to see one of these people explain why they think that matters.

    The "alt-Right" does not exist - but their concerns and priorities are real. They "exist" insofar as they create a votng bloc when confronted with an opportunity to vote for those concerns/priorities. Otherwise King Cheeto wouldn't be sitting where he is today.

    I expect contrarian nonsense from Fuzzy Von Flaneur, who - if you told him old socks can get you high, would be boiling a tincture out of them right now - but I ask you again: what's your Hebrew name, Johnstein?
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    Is the Alt-Right voting bloc so large that it statistically impacted the election? Dubious. I am highly skeptical that the Alt-Right turned the tide in Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. I doubt that the average American who voted for Trump spent the campaign cycle posting Pepe memes on the *chans. That's about as believable as Hillary's claim that Comey's sudden re-opening of the FBI investigation caused her to lose all of the "on the fence" voters, as if there were any.

    Sincerely,

    Leib, son of Nat
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    No, you still don't understand. The "Alt-Right" is a marketing ploy, not a palpable thing: it's a boogeyman the Left can summon on to help demonize and attack whoever their target is at that moment.

    But in a more loosely-ideological sense, the "Alt Right"is comprised of everyone who voted for Trump, insofar as they were voting in explicit support of nationalism. So, yeah, I think there are a sizable number of Trump people feeling betrayed - just as many as there are furiously tapdancing up rationalizations that allow them to maintain their support at Full MAGA.....rationalizatons as ridiculously-complicated as two niggers shaking hands ("naw, see, Trump ordered the strike after giving Putin the heads up, see, who got on the horn with Assad, so that everybody involved was warned ahead of time - and why? To scare the shit out of North Korea. It's actually pretty fucking genius if you think about it. See, and Bannon had to go because, seriously..... that Cap'n Bringdown double chin of his sucks all the life out of the room.")

    No matter how hard the Deep State piled on him, his voters (who you might as well call alt-Americans, which is easy to define: they're what used to be called normal Americans, rechristened for the new millenium) always had his back; and don't start citing poll numbers, because how accurate were any of those poll numbers all of last year? But now....we're all still on the Trump train, because the alternative is still as horrific as it was on Nov 8th, but second thoughts are beginning to chew away at the floorboards and support beams; nobody I know voted for Jared Fucking Kushner, not even the 7 Jews who actually pulled the lever for Trump. Those stay out of Syria at all costs Tweets are already haunting him, and they should. Trump will be scrutinized like never before in these next few weeks, but this time it'll be by the people who voted for him.
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    The entire Jared Kushner-as-supposed-wunderkind kingmaker saga is by itself sufficient to cause some buyer's remorse.. But I suppose we were going to get a Zionist legacy no matter what, and the alternative was the empowerment of Chelsea. Then again, Chelsea would have just had a baton passed to her from self-promoting parental sociopaths, a believable story, whereas the entire billionaire Jew son who has achieved nothing and has had everything handed to him suddenly becoming a "skilled operator" political genius is incredibly puke-worthy and so obviously contrived. It has "if I say a few good things about this obvious neophyte, who knows, it may help me networking-wise later" written all over it. After all, he is a kike with his own weekly, and a journalist can never have enough job security these days.

    It's harder and harder to win these days, and a pure win is just impossible, not after we've enabled the vampires for decades, and not at a point when they represent both old and new money. Of all people we should be the ones to realize it's silly to ever get one's hopes up, and the more things change, the more they stay the same - we're still essentially looking at "the only consolation is that the system is on borrowed time."
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    Nepotism. Pure & simple. TRuMP's daughter shouldn't be in White House &, by extension, neither should da kike son-in-law.
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    Dat's rite... fucking kiken theatre.
    + the Nepotism angle (as Bluto mentions) and the uncomfortable reality that Trump's basing serious decisions on hysterical Ivanka's post Netflix Televitz chimpings

    Bannon's (one of the few in his circle who isn't a Goldman Sachs Kike, Dr Strangelove nutcase or a Neo Cohen) days are clearly numbered.

    It's a clown show. :disagree:
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    settle down fam it's just another four to eight years before u can all get excited again about some other asshol...errr i mean man whose going to save america.

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    Trump is still getting 9/10 from me. Stock market lost 2 points last 2 days because of Trump's rhetorics, great, I picked up S&P 500 ETF cheap and will sell it with a 3 points profit next week.

    In 1933, Hitler faced the same criticism as Trump did when he gained power. Too soft on jews and bankers, et cetera. Hitler went on and led Germany to its greatest renaissance ever.
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    I hope to God you're both right. I wouldn't base my optimism on the stock market, though, as nobody's been able to make any sense of what the DJIA does (or doesn't do) since Bush subprimed it the fuck down to 6000 back in '08.
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    The myth of a coherent Alt-Right ideology has been given some credibility by attention-hungry losers getting the reach-around from the same perpetually unemployed fellow bloggers who they verbally fellated the week before.

    It's hard to publicly claim that the media invented the Alt-Right phenomenon when you have worthless shitheads waving their arms and screaming, "Hey! HEYYYYY! Look at me! Me and my buddies started a wave of real American fascism and we didn't even have to put on clean drawers. That's right, yep; we call ourselves the Alt-Right and we have the full support of Donald Trump".

    It fucking cracks me up, man. In the past year alone, hordes of barely literate and morally depraved cannibals have killed hundreds of cops, turned formerly affluent cities into literal war zones and made the campuses of ivy league schools look like Times Square in the days before Giuliani. And what are people worried about? A handful of the most lazy, homely and worthless spergs that Middle America has ever shit out.
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    The alt-right hoped on the Trump Train not the other way around, he clearly denounced the alt-right in every fashion. I understand him wanting to win the next election so he might be taking more "moderate" positions now, but if he can stick to the wall, making liberals cry, prevent further 2nd amendment erosion, and keep the economy going okay fine it's better than anything Hillary would have succumbed. Conservatives would have just bitched and groaned about Hillary. Remember he got 3 million votes LESS THAN Hillary and she was extremely unlikable, what about the next liberal that runs against Trump - he might be fucked if he doesn't score enough votes at the booth. I never understood why so many expected so much out of this guy? He is clearly shady as fuck, and likely whatever gains we get from him will be lost to the next ultra-liberal president. Enjoy him and his faults, it doesn't get better than what we have now, even Ron Paul in 2012 would have been much worse.
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    Trump has no honor, there is no way back for him.
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    Imagines 'murica under a Hillary Clinton lesbo-gynarchy. Now settles da fuck down. Runts.
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    Saying that whatever Trump has been doing lately has only increased support for him from his voters, citing some bullshit numbers, directly contradicts the fact that he was elected precisely due to promising exactly the opposite of what's he's doing now.

    Cheap tricks like bombing some wogs can only impress freepers, but then even freepers have soured on that bullshit -- if you don't believe me, read the fucking freak republik.

    Shitlibs have stalled everything that he's tried at home, now he's decided to show how tough he is internationally. Except he has to raise the ante all the time to keep the masses entertained, or else he'll be shown to be as impotent as he's been at home. And to raise the stakes is always dangerous, so do you really want him to go on?

    Yeah, I understand that it's impossible to demand too much out of a man, given the resistance of the system, but is there really a need for the latest theatrics? "Muh beautiful babies" act was a low point and no one made him do it.
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