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Donald Trump: The Soros Connection

“Any day now, Donald Trump is finally going to confess,” writes Steve Sebelius in the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

Any day now, Trump is going to admit what savvy observers have long suspected, that his bid for the presidency is actually the most elaborate pilot episode of a brand-new reality series loosely modeled on “Punk’d.” But, oh, so much bigger.

Any day now, Trump is going to reveal he’s really running for Punkmaster General of the United States.

Any day now. […]


Steve Sebelius

At one point, long ago, it seemed possible the Trump candidacy was a favor to the Clintons, a way to clear the GOP field with a scenery-chewing ringmaster no media person could resist. But the joke has been so long-running and well-executed, even the Clinton machine couldn’t have thought it up.

There will be many people who will be disappointed and even angry when they realize they weren’t in on the joke. They’re the ones who say that Trump is just saying what the American people are thinking. They may never believe this whole thing was the greatest gag in American comedy history. And nobody will be more disappointed than those pundits who denounce The Donald’s awfulness while extensively documenting his every Tweet.

All that’s left is to get William Shatner signed up to play Trump on this season’s “Saturday Night Live,” and get back to figuring out which of the boring candidates will be our next president. Because any day now, Trump will let us all in on the joke.

Any day now.

If the Clinton machine cannot claim the ingenious responsibility for the Trump presidential campaign, who can? It just so happens that Trump has a history of dealings with one of the solar system’s premier diabolical masterminds in George Soros, a predatory billionaire whose infamy has been boosted in the twenty-first century by his sponsorship of toxic astroturf activism and various crypto-imperial color revolutions.

Blogger Helena Glass, noting Trump’s documented friendship with Bill and Hillary Clinton, his donation of $250,000 to the Clinton Foundation, and Hillary’s attendance at Trump’s wedding in 2005, continues:

Trump has changed political parties as often as Hillary changes her hair. From Democrat to Independent to Republican and a host of ‘in-betweens’, his changing ways are a bit unnerving. If he were actually, gasp, elected, would he become a Democrat while in office? The most telling would be finding a connection between Soros and Trump. It’s hardly a secret that Soros has crossed party lines before, McCain is one example.


Citing a 2009 soiree attended by both Trump and Soros, Glass goes into further details of the two confidence men’s connections:

Coincidentally, it was 2009 that Trump changed his party status from Democrat to Republican. Soros invested $160 million in Trump’s Chicago skyscraper which was completed in 2009. In 2009, Trump Entertainment Resorts filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. The largest holder of Trump’s debt was Avenue Capital Group. At the time, Chelsea Clinton worked for the firm – 2006 to 2009. Marc Lasry, one of the co-founders of Avenue Capital is a strident backer of Hillary. In 2013, Lasry stepped down from Avenue Capital after Bill Clinton pushed Obama to name him as the new US Ambassador to France. Unfortunately, Lasry had to ultimately decline when he was found to be “involved” in a money laundering international poker ring. Trump’s daughter married orthodox Jewish businessman, Jared Kushner, in 2009.  Trump adamantly claims no ties with – anyone.  But sometimes, one protests too much, and we find the truth is far different.

Soros recently gave an interview in which he lambasted Trump for “doing the work of ISIS” by incentivizing Islamic terror; but Trump, asked about Soros at a Tea Party rally a few years ago, brushed aside the question, saying, “Forget Soros. Leave him alone. He’s got enough problems. […] Let’s talk about somebody else.” Trump’s quick dismissal of the question is strange and invites more intensive scrutiny. Does anything other than Trump International Hotel and Tower Chicago unite the two businessmen?

In 2006, New York’s Sun reported:

A real estate investment company says in a $750 million lawsuit that it lost a chance to buy the General Motors Building in the city because of a bid-rigging conspiracy by a group controlled by billionaire investor George Soros.


Harry Macklowe

Leslie Dick Worldwide Ltd. says in court papers the 50-story building at Fifth Avenue and 59th Street in Manhattan was sold to Macklowe Properties Inc. in a “sham” auction for $1.4 billion in September 2003 after the seller ignored Dick’s $1.5 billion offer.

The building was sold by Conseco Inc., which owned a majority interest, to raise cash after it declared bankruptcy in December 2002. Conseco, of Carmel, Ind., told the court that sale of the GM building “presents a unique opportunity to provide capital.”

After the auction, court papers say, Conseco accepted Macklowe’s $1.4 billion bid although “plaintiffs’ bid was superior to Macklowe’s bid in every material respect.”

Dick’s amended complaint, filed three weeks ago in Manhattan’s state Supreme Court, says Mr. Soros gave Macklowe $350 million, including the $50 million deposit Macklowe made, “essentially making Soros the real purchaser of the building.” […]

Macklowe Properties spokesman Howard Rubenstein said his client called the lawsuit “absurd” and said it was “totally devoid of any merit.”

The building once was partly owned by developer Donald Trump, who bought it with Conseco in 1998 for $800 million. Trump’s name was spelled out across the front of the building in huge gold-colored letters.

A RICO (racketeer influenced and corrupt organizations) complaint filed by Leslie Dick Worldwide’s attorney in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York against George Soros, Donald Trump, Deutsche Bank, and other entities – the full text of which is available here – alleges, in summary, the following:


George Soros

The RICO conspiracy of the defendants was to invest in, operate, and acquire control of various entities involved in continuing fraudulent transactions and surreptitious and conspiratorial alliances and agreements through unlawful means, including but not limited to Money Laundering, Bankruptcy Fraud, and Bid Rigging, acquired Conseco’s prime assets, including Conseco Finance and the General Motors Building in New York City, and thereafter attempted to conceal their illicit activities. […]

In or about May 1998, Conseco and Donald J. Trump entered into a contract to purchase the General Motors Building in New York City, located at 767 Fifth Avenue between 57th and 58th Street, across the street from the Plaza Hotel.

The unlawful Money Laundering through the sale of the General Motors Building, orchestrated and carried out by the RICO Enterprise, including George Soros, Soros Fund Management, SFM Management, Vornado Realty Trust, German American Capital, Fortress Investment Group, Donald J. Trump, and the RICO conspirators Conseco, Deutsche Bank, Lazard, Eastdil Realty, Harry Macklowe, Cerberus Capital Management, Lazard, Kirkland & Ellis, Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson, Carmel Fifth and 767 Manager, and, upon information and belief, other members of the Enterprise and co-conspirators, operated through a pattern of racketeering and forms one of the cornerstones of the defendants’ illicit activities of Money Laundering and Bankruptcy Fraud, predicate acts of RICO alleged herein and Bid Rigging. […]


The Donald

Upon information and belief, this was because, at or about the beginning of March 2001, the mastermind of the RICO Enterprise, George Soros, had contacted, among others to be found in discovery, Gary C. Wendt and Donald J. Trump to contrive a Money Laundering scheme to launder money through the sale of the General Motors Building by Conseco, a co-conspirator, through a pattern of racketeering activity. […]

Upon information and belief, at or about this time, the head of the Enterprise, George Soros, or someone else acting on behalf of the Enterprise, began implementing the pattern of racketeering activities which could be accomplished by having Conseco file for Bankruptcy protection under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code, so as to acquire Conseco’s assets at a discount price, including Conseco Finance and the General Motors Building and launder money through these entities. […]

Upon information and belief, as part of the racketeering activity engineered by the RICO Enterprise, Soros or someone else on behalf on behalf of the RICO Enterprise approached Trump with a proposal to use Bankruptcy Fraud to acquire the General Motors Building and, once acquired by the Enterprise, Soros and the other individuals associated in fact with Soros, including Trump, to engage in a Money Laundering scheme through which they could launder money through the General Motors Building sale.


Howard Rubenstein

Mentioned in the Sun article quoted above is the fact that Jewish real estate developer Harry Macklowe, named in the Leslie Dick complaint as one of the Soros-Trump conspirators, was represented by Howard Rubenstein. Rubenstein, a disciple of Edward Bernays and founder of public relations firm Rubenstein Associates, has been described as “a kind of gentle fixer for those who run New York” – his other notable clients including media moguls, mayors, governors – and Donald Trump. A New Yorker profile of Rubenstein, in fact, features a caricature of the “fixer” with Trump lurking sinisterly in the background.

Rubenstein represented Trump most notoriously during his high-profile divorce from wife Ivana, the negative publicity from which, Rubenstein claims, resulted in his being “fired”. Beth Whitehouse relates Rubenstein’s tongue-in-cheek impressions of the episode:

“He never came to me and said, ‘You’re fired,’” Rubenstein says. “He said, ‘Howard, I think on this one, goodbye.’

“It hurt me to the quick. He stabbed me in the heart that day,” says Rubenstein, half-joking. “In a way it hurt, but not really. We always remained friends.”

Rubenstein says it would have been more painful had the Donald said, “I never want to see you again, you’re banished.” But Rubenstein was later rehired.

Indeed, Trump reunited with Rubenstein Associates when it came time for his 2016 presidential bid.

Rubenstein’s reputation as a PR man is simultaneously legendary and tawdry. “The former governor George Pataki,” recounts The New Yorker’s Ken Auletta, “once said that had Howard Rubenstein been around to represent rats during the bubonic plague the headlines would have read ‘Rodents Unfairly Accused of Mild Rash.’” Auletta goes on to relate this revealing anecdote about Rubenstein’s services:

Rubenstein has a special talent for bringing his clients together for their mutual benefit. The real-estate developer Donald Trump got a call from Rubenstein after Rupert Murdoch and his wife, Wendy, bought a Fifth Avenue apartment, in late 2004—Laurance Rockefeller’s former triplex––for a reported forty-four million dollars. Rubenstein asked if Trump could help the Murdochs find a rental while they were waiting for their new place to be renovated. “Howard really wanted something special for Rupert,” Trump says, and he found something suitable for the Murdochs. Everyone was happy: the Murdochs had shelter from the rain and wind, Trump had done something for the owner of a paper whose attentions he enjoys, and Rubenstein had performed another service.


Hillary Clinton

What is intriguing about this story is how it demonstrates that Howard Rubenstein and Rubenstein Associates are not merely a public relations firm; they are also favor brokers. New York’s “fixer” is reputed to have “strong feelings about the State of Israel” and he peddled spin on a professional basis for the government of Ariel Sharon. He has also acted as an advisor to Larry Silverstein, who described him as “a super confidant”.

Rubenstein’s relationship with Trump has received much more publicity, but the public relations titan also has ties to Hillary Clinton. In 2001 he represented Democratic Party fundraiser Denise Rich, whose husband, hedge fund manager Marc Rich, received a last-minute pardon from outgoing commander-in-chief Bill Clinton. Hillary was spotted hobnobbing with the likes of Al Sharpton and Dr. Ruth Westheimer at a Rubenstein gala described as a “sublime rat-fuck”.

Asked in 2006 whom he would like to see become the next president of the United States, Rubenstein replied that Hillary Clinton would be a top pick.

Rainer Chlodwig von Kook

More coverage of Donald Trump at Aryan Skynet:

When Lefties Are Right

Asleep at the Wheel: Trump-Drunk Alt-Right Swerves Off-Course in Promotion of Fake Billionaire

Stack the Deck: The Trump Candidacy Considered as Cryptographic Prank

Reality TV

The Donald Deception


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Author, Protocols of the Elders of Zanuck: Psychological Warfare and Filth at the Movies

69 comments on “Donald Trump: The Soros Connection

  1. icareviews
    January 27, 2016

    Reblogged this on icareviews and commented:

    Time to rain some white phosphorus on the Trump Love Parade. Let it come down.

    Liked by 3 people

  2. Hipster Racist
    January 27, 2016

    I just watched Trump’s interview with Wolf “AIPAC” Blitzer and his latest speech in South Carolina.

    Trump said that the Iran deal was terrible for Israel and that he was going to move the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, a shameless sell-out to the Zionazis that will hurt our relationships with the oil producing Arab states for NO OTHER REASON than to throw a bone to radical Jew settlers that have ZERO use to America.

    During the South Carolina speech – in front of a crowd of VERY white, mostly working class Southern Christians, Trump extolled his “love” for Israel and how Obama has been “terrible” for the Zionist entity – a Jewish state, half way around the world, where Christianity is all but illegal and orthodox Jews *literally* spit on Christians in public. The audience went wild.

    Please explain to me how that is NOT the very definition of “cuckservative?” Both Trump and the South Carolinians?

    Trump even talked about how wonderful Carl Icahn was, his presumed Treasury Secretary. Tell me, how many South Carolina Republicans – again, we’re talking mostly working class white conservatives – even know who Carl Icahn is, something Trump himself alluded to?

    Icahn is the worst of the worst when it comes to outsourcing, offshoring, and H1-B visas – and he’s Trump’s main benefactor. This is the “jobs President?”

    I’m proud that AryanSkynet hasn’t gorged on the Trump Kool-Aide. Sure, Trump may be the least bad of a bad lot, but Sarah Palin was “politically incorrect” too, and Mitt Romney was compared to “Hitler” as well. Hell, the anti-whites even said freaking Bernie Sanders was “racist” – big deal.

    Being against “illegal” immigrants is meaningless – all Republicans pay lip service to that – and saying he’d ban “Muslims” is nothing but pure hot air that Trump will not and cannot do anyway. Trump wants to “deport” all those illegals, then let them back in again – in other words, an amnesty.

    If I was forced to vote in the GOP primary, I’d probably vote for Trump – there’s no one else worth showing up for, but Trump is barely worth showing up for.

    But for pro-whites to shamelessly whore themselves out for the scraps Trump is offering – it’s shameful.

    I notice that Richard Spencer of NPI hasn’t whored himself out for Trump and has kept his head. Unfortunately, too many on the “alt-right” and far too many “WNs” are, like MSNBC’s Chris Matthews, feeling a “tingle up their leg” for the Celebrity Apprentice.

    How gay. How cuck.

    That being said, Trump is a master of micro-marketing. The Trump campaign sent a personalized letter to Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth, promising they will “investigate” their findings.

    No, I don’t believe that for a second, but like an ugly girl who finally gets kissed, what am I going to do? Say no?

    I guess you gotta dance with them what brung you.

    Liked by 3 people

    • icareviews
      January 27, 2016

      Actually, I think Spencer’s next conference is devoted to the Trump phenomenon.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Hipster Racist
        January 27, 2016

        Coincidentally, it was 2009 that Trump changed his party status from Democrat to Republican. Soros invested $160 million in Trump s Chicago skyscraper which was completed in 2009. In 2009, Trump Entertainment Resorts filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. The largest holder of Trump s debt was Avenue Capital Group. At the time, Chelsea Clinton worked for the firm 2006 to 2009. Marc Lasry, one of the co-founders of Avenue Capital is a strident backer of Hillary.

        Now, folks, what did say, way back at the beginning of Trump’s campaign? She said he was a “front for other people’s money” and specifically mentioned the Iran deal and Israeli opposition to it. She also mentioned Trump’s long history of rather sleazy dealings with gambling (*cough* Sheldon Adelson) and his love affair with the Israel lobby.

        Again – Treasury Secretary is pretty much the most important cabinet position other than maybe Defense. Trump has name-checked Carl Icahn dozens of times in public.

        Even the dimmest among us should be able to see the basic outline of what is going on.

        But, but, something something. Political correctness!


        As far as NPI, I’m fine with admitting that Trump is flirting with White Identity politics – clearly that’s the case, he’s simply doing what Lee Atwater suggested with the “Southern Strategy.”

        But Spencer has not dropped all pretense of objectivity like, say, the clowns at DailyStormer. I find it hilarious that Anglin – who literally sees Jewish conspiracies under his bed – is adamant that anyone with even a slight criticism of Trump is a “conspiracy theorist” for noting his strong and public ties to Likud – not to mention his literal Jew family. (Son and daughter married to Israelis, no less.)

        Again, I’m not saying don’t vote for Trump – I’m certainly not endorsing any other Republican – but can’t we all be adults here?

        Either we work for Trump or Trump works for us. It’s a testament to how weak and cowardly the “alt-right” and the “WNs” are that they cry like babies when basic facts, or even the slightest criticism of a freaking New York liberal with an Israel family, are expressed.

        This is WORSE than when libertarians and WNs were desperately spinning when Ron Paul said Rosa Parks was his “hero” – LOL.

        Talk about “cucks!” Donald Trump is a literal, biological “cuck.”

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      • Jerkoff
        January 27, 2016

        You’re grasping for straws mate


      • Hipster Racist
        January 27, 2016

        You’re grasping for straws mate

        Actually, jerkoff, it’s you that is grasping for straws.

        Trump has done literally ZERO in our interests.

        But he said some nice things so you are willing to ignore ALL the facts because you are desperate for something – anything.

        You know, Trump gives you that “tingle up your leg.”

        Hey man, not that there’s anything wrong with it!

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      • doomdigit
        January 29, 2016

        “but can’t we all be adults here?”

        Never! Just think of Luke Skywalker shouting: “That’s not true! Impossible!” over and over.

        Christians should be wary of hopping aboard Trump Train–they need to read about King Saul again. This is just pissing in the wind though. The pendulum is swinging.

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    • Jane
      March 21, 2016

      Only one word will describe you: BIGOT!!!


      • Hipster Racist
        March 24, 2016

        Jane, do you actually know what the term “bigot” means?

        Hint: it’s not a synonym for “racist.”


    • Phyllis J. Sandvos
      March 22, 2016

      What a total bunch of “Hogwash”


      • Hipster Racist
        March 22, 2016

        @Phyllis J. Sandvos

        Did you watch the South Carolina speech last month?

        Which of the facts I pointed out are you disputing?


    • richprsns
      March 24, 2016

      “VERY white southerners”? You sound like another white self-loathing, Jew-hating, anti-Christian bigot. Unless your entire tirade here is nothing but satire, in which case you are quite clever. BRAVO!


      • Hipster Racist
        March 24, 2016

        Explain to me how describing a crowd as “VERY white” is “self-loathing?”

        Jew-hating, anti-Christian bigot

        Oh, I see. Guess what, richprsns – Jews hate Christians. I mean, they really, really hate Christians. Do you know that Jews literally **spit** on Christians in Israel?


  3. Jerkoff
    January 27, 2016

    Trump had to work with some unsavory characters. You have no real evidence. Otherwise you wouldn’t have to resort to bland and blind facilities.
    Of course he had to work with something connected to people like Soros. Why the fuck do you think he hates the establishment so much and wants to change things?
    Clearly they are paying off a billionaire who sacrificed his career for office!


    • Hipster Racist
      January 28, 2016


      Trump TALKED TO a rich Jew??? HE MUST BE WORKING FOR THEM!!

      NO. Trump didn’t “talk” to a rich Jew.

      Trump married off his DAUGHTER AND SON to Israelis, did campaign commercials for the Likud party of Israel (btw, Israel is NOT part of the USA) and is essentially bankrolled by wealthy Israeli Jews.

      Oh, also, he has spent his entire career doing whatever these “rich Jew[s]” want.

      Moving the embassy to Jerusalem, attacking the Iran deal, anything and everything AIPAC ever wanted, etc.

      Tell me, Jerkoff, what has Donald Trump ever done for US?

      You know, white AMERICANS?

      What has Trump ever done for US?

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      • bookooball
        February 12, 2016

        What have white Americans ever done for themselves? Kept borrowing money from the jews? Forgot their spirituality? Sat their kids and themselves on their fat asses in front of degenerate Jew media so they can be told what to think? Any white person that hates the Jew in this day and age is projecting their hate for themselves because it’s easier to point the finger.

        Sure, you can call me a Jew lover or a race traitor because I won’t jump on your self-righteous bandwagon. However, I can at least respect the Jew for his loyalty and intelligence. Whites have always resorted to brute force to establish dominance. You think that’s any more right or wrong?

        You’re naive to think this battle isn’t spiritual in nature. Simply put, the eastern Europeans are still respectable and that’s why they have no interest in helping western Europe or America from it’s self destruction. Yet, you don’t see Muslim’s flooding into eastern europe. Good riddance to all the Godless heathens of the world.

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    • icareviews
      January 28, 2016

      As for Trump’s “billionaire” credentials, see the post Asleep at the Wheel, linked under the article. I also ask that you reflect on the implications of your handle.

      Liked by 1 person

    • BMan
      January 28, 2016

      Your disconnect is so astounding that I can’t believe it real, you shill.

      Liked by 1 person

  4. Hipster Racist
    January 27, 2016

    Remember what ANolen said:

    Trump is very DEFENSIVE about the actual amount of his wealth and that he is a “front for other people’s money.”

    Now, look at the new posters we always get when AS dares to criticize Trump.

    Look at how often Trump discusses how “rich” and “successful” he is.

    Just notice who are the actual oligarchs that surround him – Soros, Icahn. Who is Trump’s actual “base?” Not the Republican party. Not FOX News. Not the Koch Brothers.

    It’s Hollywood and the New York Media – and the Likud party of Israel and their US benefactors.

    Again, it’s all pretty obvious.

    It’s essentially a hostile take-over of the GOP.

    Not that I have a problem with Trump destroying the GOP and Conservative Inc. I’m all for that.

    But let’s not delude ourselves of what is actually going on here.

    Ask yourself this question – if Trump loses, what happens to all of that white populism? Who gets the mailing list?

    Go back to my article Espionage Model 4. I named the actual “Big Data” players involved (you know, the corps that subscribe to my twitter and wordpress.)

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    • Debbye Butler Hicks
      May 2, 2016

      Trump is yucking it up now with John “Mr. Establishment Himself” Boehner, now that Boehner has endorsed him and we who are in the Cruz camp think that FOX News is WAY in the tank for Trump. As the saying goes, “He who controls the media, controls the narrative.” This entire thing sickens me with Trump. I know that Ted’s not perfect, but if I had to choose between the 2, it would be Cruz.


  5. indravaruna
    January 28, 2016

    Off-Topic: Former CIA agent Michael Scheuer who has denounced the Jewish Lobby in the past is married to the CIA “Torture Queen” Alfreda Frances Bikowsky:

    Liked by 1 person

  6. kerberos616
    January 28, 2016

    Reblogged this on Kerberos616.


  7. BMan
    January 28, 2016

    Trump will say whatever he thinks his audience will want to hear. He is the ultimate huckster and carny barker.

    Unfortunately, America (by and large) is so full of ignorant shits that they don’t see it for what it is). Yet this dumb ole redneck sees it clearly. WTF?

    At least I have this site to depend on for clarity and real observation.

    Thank you.

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  8. Don Logan
    January 28, 2016

    Good research on the murky affairs behind the pop facade. Trump is an egotist & opportunist & it’s not surprising he’s connected to nefarious operators such as Soros, many others Jewish as well. We already knew he was in the tank for Israel, has Jewish family connections, etc. This all comes with the territory of real estate, public relations, & politics in ZOG, particularly in NYC. That said – his political opinions and proposed policies are in stark contrast to the utopian “open society” longed for by Soros. Therefore, I don’t see him as some sort of stealth agent for Soros. Could he be involved in some greater operation to secure a Clinton presidency? It’s a possibility but I don’t believe so. Sibelius writes for an Adelson-owned paper so convincing people that Trump is not to be taken seriously as a candidate is something you’d expect from a pro-Rubio pusher. The Clinton-Trump friendship and business connections raise questions but the tenor of accusations between those camps belie that they are actively working together in my opinion. Besides – you have to assume that Hillary would easily beat Trump in the general election and that’s not likely. Hillary is not likeable & I’ve seen some predictions that Trump could defeat her. After all, after 8 years of a Democrat, it’s a Republican’s turn right? I’m not sold on Jeb’s conspiracy theory. I also don’t think Richard Spencer is sincerely cheerleading for Trump. The Trump phenomenon is a good sign for rising nationalism and populism and signals the fall of the loser GOP. Good riddance. Change is in the air. Therefore, I’m not particularly peeved by the entry of Trump into the political sphere like you seem to be. We are not going to get from day one an anti-ZOG stalwart that courts Whites. In some ways he’s like Putin – certainly not great and in many ways awful, but all in all he’s far better than anyone else out there. Can we believe what he says though? Remains to be seen.


    • Hipster Racist
      January 28, 2016

      I’ve wondered if Trump was sort of a stalking horse for Hillary, but even if that was once true, I don’t think that is the case anymore.

      The Trump campaign has brought up Bill Clinton’s connection to the notorious pedophile Jeffrey Epstein. Joe Scarborough did a segement on this. When Obama’s campaign brought that up in 2008 it killed Hillary’s chances with the donors behind the scenes.

      That’s going nuclear on the Clintons, if Trump was not serious about winning he would have never gone there.

      We’re in sort of a prisoner’s dilemma here. Trump is using the (Steve) “Sailer Strategy” – essentially, white populism. It’s the opposite of Jeb Bush’s “screw the base, pander to Hispanics” strategy.

      If Trump loses, that is the end of anything pro-white from the Republicans ever again.

      I think Trump could probably beat Hillary in the general, but there is certainly no guarantee.

      Trump seems like an ego-driven guy, he is going to want to be loved. If he really puts Jeff Sessions in charge of immigration, that’s great for us. The “Mexico wall” itself is a joke, it will be a huge boondoggle that Trump will likely push through for ego’s sake. By itself it does nothing to stop immigration.

      Trump is obviously a smart and capable guy, but he’s a businessman and a showman, so when it comes to foreign policy and the economy, it’s going to be left up to his advisers. We could have a situation like Reagan and Bush Jr. – two lightweights at the top while the more shadowy figures actually run things behind the scenes (in Reagan’s case, Don Regan and Poppy Bush, in Bush Jr.’s case, the neo-conservatives)

      That’s the real threat imo.


      • BMan
        January 28, 2016

        Agreed. Even if Trump was some sort of stalking horse for Hillary, his gigantic pride/ego now has taken over. I can believe that initially he never thought he could win and is probably as surprised as anyone with his success thus far.

        To me, I can Sanders and Trump in the election. Shillary will not make it, imo.

        Then, Trump will be shown in a much different light when they finally release the goods they have on him, forcing the jew into the white House.

        And the Sheople will say: Amen.

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    • icareviews
      January 28, 2016

      “That said – his political opinions and proposed policies are in stark contrast to the utopian ‘open society’ longed for by Soros. Therefore, I don’t see him as some sort of stealth agent for Soros.”

      You could make the same argument for the organic reality of ISIS, arguing that it couldn’t be working for Israel because its magazine Dabiq says so. Are Ukraine’s Right Sector fighters in ideological agreement with Soros? If not, has that prevented them from working in his interests?

      “Sebelius writes for an Adelson-owned paper so convincing people that Trump is not to be taken seriously as a candidate is something you’d expect from a pro-Rubio pusher.”

      An insufficient argument. The mainstream media are controlled, but it’s not 100%. Carl Cameron was working for Rupert Murdoch, after all, when he made his famous reports about Israeli spying in the United States.

      “Besides – you have to assume that Hillary would easily beat Trump in the general election and that’s not likely.”

      You’re assuming Trump wants to win, and I’m still not convinced that he does. Why would a guy who doesn’t even have to work for a living want to spend the next four years of his life attending boring meetings, being hated by half of America, and doing photo ops with black people and disabled children when he could be banging bimbos at leisure and whatever else it is he likes to do to amuse himself?


      • Hipster Racist
        January 28, 2016


        I think it’s virtually impossible for a guy like Trump to become the nominee for a major party and then throw it – his ego wouldn’t allow it.

        But it is sort of immaterial, because a guy like Trump can probably be manipulated into believing he can win. The polls and the demographics are pretty consistently against Trump and for Clinton. Supposedly, Bill Clinton encouraged Trump to run precisely because Bill thought it would be easy for Hillary to beat him.

        Certainly, that’s the thinking of people who put their money where their mouths are:

        I can see someone like Soros propping up an ego-maniac like Trump precisely because he can be manipulated to think he could win.

        I have no doubt that there are plenty of “real” Muslim jihadis in ISIS, doesn’t mean they are not being manipulated to do things not in their own perceived interests.


      • icareviews
        January 28, 2016

        It would be weird if this professional actor’s “ego wouldn’t allow it”, considering that it didn’t seem to raise any objections to this:

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      • Hipster Racist
        January 28, 2016

        Yeah but he was the “top” there, so no homo! lol.


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  9. Don Logan
    January 28, 2016

    Everything you’re saying is factually plausible but it requires a lot of assumptions that I have no reason to make, much less believe, when they don’t accord with the abundance of readily available facts. Why should we second-guess his motives after all this time when he can clearly win or dismiss transparent differences in his policy positions with Soros in favor of hypotheticals? And they’re big differences: it’s not comparable to a proxy army in the Ukraine, he stands against the very definition of an “open society” and has condemned European traitors like Merkel. There’s no way Soros can be happy with a hugely popular political figure questioning what he’s been working towards for years and drawing negative attention to it. If they’re a team somehow that’s an awful lot of return fire; it doesn’t add up. And Adelsom is obsessed with US politics and all the candidates get a personal audience with him, so why wouldn’t he have his own paper go after Trump? There’s just too much theory depending on assumptions that I can’t validate and don’t fit with everything else.


    • icareviews
      January 28, 2016

      “an awful lot of return fire”. This, for instance?

      “Forget Soros. Leave him alone. He’s got enough problems. […] Let’s talk about somebody else.”


  10. Don Logan
    January 28, 2016

    Trump’s partner & advisor Roger Stone is also suggesting that Bill Clinton has a mulatto son. Yeah – the Clintons aren’t exactly friends with DJT anymore.


  11. Hipster Racist
    January 28, 2016

    Well, I will say this. If I was a Republican dedicated to winning elections, I would think that Donald Trump may as well be a Clinton plant, because he’s doing everything one would expect a Democratic plant would do.

    Bush’s strategy was to go moderate and reach out to Hispanics. Trump immediately goes on the attack against Hispanics, calling them “rapists and murderers.”

    The Bush family is, at its core, Arabist. They have serious ties to the Muslim world due to their long-standing business relationships in the oil industry. Bush Jr. was always very clear he wasn’t in a war against “Islam.”

    So Trump starts talking about banning all Muslim immigration.

    Trump is throwing red meat to the white working class in such as way as to alienate those white working class voters away from moderate Republicans, while at the same time alienating everyone else from the GOP.

    If Trump didn’t exist the Clintons would have had to invent him.

    Personally, I’m fine with it because I don’t care about Republicans winning elections and think that moderate Republicans are the major force holding back a serious white consciousness.

    If Hillary Clinton is President and the Democrats make gains in Congress, we are sure to see an amnesty and openly, in-you-face anti-white policies.

    That WILL have the effect of waking whites up and forcing white people to drop the “color blind” crap and organize in our own interests.

    Once it reaches that point, we win. It’s the meta-politics. Whatever form the political victory takes is of secondary importance.

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  12. smartwhiteguy
    January 28, 2016

    All those evil looking jewish faces.
    It’s almost like reading an old issue of Der Stürmer.

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    • Paulette Mccoy
      March 19, 2016

      As far as you know. But could all be part of a plot. I had strongly suspected from the very beginning that he might have run so she would win. After all he could not very well run as a nominee for Pres. against her for the democratic party, which would explain why he changed parties. I bet no one has thought of that.


      • Hipster Racist
        March 20, 2016

        @Paulette Mccoy

        A number of people have speculated something similar. Certainly, there is quite a bit of overlap between the Clinton and Trump networks.


  13. thebillyc
    January 28, 2016

    gotta admit you have some really good reasons to look for more spiders and snakes behind the curtains. your comment about the WN lists for the tribe to follow up on was the scariest. but hey: civil war second edition could be “interesting times”, right?
    could the carny barker be so evil? or does he believe doing right by the zios really will make america great again?- could be… their money created this empire, maybe he thinks their help will do it. i still dont understand how killing the host (productive whites) is to the benefit of the parasites. are they really that stupid?

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    • Hipster Racist
      January 29, 2016


      the WN lists for the tribe to follow up on was the scariest.

      I’m not exactly sure what you mean by that, but just in case …

      I DO NOT think that Trump is some “secret agent working for the Jews” pretending to be Hitler in order to round up all the White people they want to eliminate in the New Holomodor.

      I think it’s far more mundane than that.

      Some White guy, maybe Evola?, said that Jews were the “feminine race.” I think that’s kind of true.

      Think like a woman. A woman can’t literally, physically fight men, so they tend to work in a more passive way.

      The feminine breeding strategy isn’t to “fight” the powerful men, it’s to breed with the powerful men. Men kill other men. Women breed with the victors and have their children. Women are more than happy to “tame” the males by having their children. That’s sort of a basic human dynamic.

      Either Trump or Clinton is fine for Jews. Both Trump and Clinton are huge supporters of Israel, and both are pro-Jew in America.

      Sure, Trump is a bit “dangerous” in the sense he’s riling up white populism, but white populism isn’t ALL that dangerous for Jews. Trump’s Wall just legitimizes the Israeli Wall.

      Banning Muslim immigration just helps legitimize the apartheid regime of Jew bigotry in Zionist-occupied Palestine.

      Yes, Jews tend to have an allergic reaction to any sort of “pro-white” anything, but that’s nothing a few well-placed Jewesses can’t solve. Even the mighty pro-whites of AmRen have enough Asian and Mestizo wives and enough mixed race children that there is quite literally no chance that half-Jewish children will ever be singled out.

      Trumpen-Nazis are so philo-semitic and so Zionist that there is no conceivable threat to Jewish interests. Even if there is some sort of white consciousness and backlash against blacks and browns, it only postpones, not cancels, the glorious multi-cultural future where Jews are the “master race” and Whites are finally defeated.

      Pro-Whites need to have a strategy for BOTH outcomes, Trump or Clinton (or Bush or whatever.)

      In that way, Jews are ahead of us, because they plan for either outcome. That’s what someone like Kevin MacDonald means by “hypo-ethnocentrism.”

      Whites are still too hung up on “ideology” as if that matters. Ideologies, “conservatism” “liberalism” etc., that’s all easily managed.

      If “the Jews” were actually gathering the names of pro-White “racist” men – they wouldn’t arrest us all – oh no, they would be sending their daughters to seduce us and bear our children.

      That would GUARANTEE their future survival.

      Think about it.

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      • bookooball
        February 12, 2016

        Finally a white person that isn’t jerking himself off


  14. thebillyc
    January 29, 2016

    Thanks, hipster: thoughtful and insightful commentary: you accurately discerned my concerns regarding Trump as a stalking horse for rounding up white nationalists. As an old fart, I am out of tune to (millenial?) (hipster?) (love your avatar by the way) neo-reactionary analysis of current events. Kevin Macdonalds writings often were too – dare i say it- geared towards getting peer review acceptance- and total thorn thickets for any ignorant, but brave, knights looking for a way in to understanding our enemy. Meanwhile: this show is fun to watch, and in my old totally un-PC heart, I secretly yearn for der Trumpenmeister to win all the marbles. Voting is out, though: because it really wont change a thing, and I believe the electronic machines will deliver the win into the clutches of the wicked witch. Apologies for all the weird parenthetical inserts.


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  17. robertpinkerton
    January 31, 2016

    I am seventy-one years old. Five and a half decades ago, I came to the Right in search of Nationalism. While I found much else that I deem worthy there, I found not what I sought. While I like much of what Donald Trump claims to stand for, I cannot help wonering if — like Reagan — he is just too good to be true

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  18. adamite
    February 2, 2016

    I dont really get it. At this point Trump is the one guy who we can profit from in this electioncycle.
    He will either win both elections and be in a situation where he’d have to follow through on some of his promises, (which would help to buy time for WN to actually get suport or build the NWR or whatever you want to do with it) or redpill the parts of america that matter (those who want wall, americafirst policy basicly our recruitment grounds) on the uselesness of democracy.
    Or loose the republican nomination which would be just as possitive since Trump-suporters would have to face the fact that their wants cant be gotten with democratic means.

    Trump is a strategic vote that has the potential of revealing to a lot of americans that democracy is jewish controll of the masses, and not the masses somehow telling the jews what to do.
    Obviously he’s a kikeloveing shill to some extent, but so is every other notable character in american politics since Nixon unless you count Buchanan.
    To make things worse, all the other guys in the republican race are pro-amnesty to some extent from Cruz sponsoring a bill on it to Jeb!s pure race-cucking for Mexico.

    The only alternative I see to shilling for Trump while trying to redpill his suporters is to completely ignore the election as we would had if Trump hadnt been in it. I dont see what we should be doing if so unless you’re argueing for a CI “no political solution, we should be trusting in God” aproach.


    • icareviews
      February 2, 2016

      Aryan Skynet isn’t a Christian Identity site, and you’re going to have to hunt pretty hard to find any of us advocating supernatural solutions of any sort. What strikes me as irrationally religious is the faith people place in Trump with nothing whatsoever in his life history to indicate his present sincerity. You say yourself that “democracy is Jewish control of the masses”. Do you believe Trump is somehow exempt because he claims to be a mega-billionaire?

      “he’d have to follow through on some of his promises, (which would help to buy time for WN to actually get suport or build the NWR or whatever you want to do with it)”

      Why would he have to follow through? Furthermore, how could he? Somebody please explain to me how, if Trump actually gets elected, he plans to construct this wonder wall? Is he just going to issue an imperial edict? Why doesn’t he say anything about going after the employers who incentivize illegal immigration? Why do Trump’s solutions to America’s problems sound so much like some caricature of a nationalist as hallucinated by a loony liberal? Does a genuine nationalist beat his chest and blurt boneheaded things like, “We should just take their oil”? This is a live-action cartoon we’re watching.

      Know what will happen if Trump wins the nomination and then the general election (both prospects far from certain)? Trump won’t do a goddamned thing. Even if somebody floated a bill in Congress to build a wall, it would die. We already have laws and men on the ground to keep Mexicans out; but none of it is deployed, and that’s because the class that funds the political process doesn’t want America’s borders protected. That isn’t going to change because Donald Trump gets in front of a camera and does his clown routine – even if he does it from the Oval Office. Remember all those Republicans who swore they were going to overturn Obamacare? A wall bill wouldn’t even go that far. If Trump got elected, the beer belly Israel-loving rednecks who support him would just be happy that the “good guys” won and become complacent again. They’d sink back down on their couches and kick back with their potato chips and football and porn, the same as they do every time Republicans get elected.

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      • Hipster Racist
        February 2, 2016


        There’s an interesting article in Washington Post interviewing a Trump insider.

        Trump’s comment about illegal alien “murderers and rapists” was off the cuff and he didn’t expect it to get the flack it did. So, unlike what wishful thinking WN Trumpbots want to believe, he was NOT trying to break any taboos.

        The article also says that Trump did not expect to get attacked by FOX News, but in fact had spent a few months trying to butter them up. So he was NOT trying to run as critical of Conservative Inc.

        He also did not expect to get the pushback on banning Muslim immigration – he assumed that would go over well.

        So, the things Trump has done in our favor were nothing but happy accidents.

        Here’s the thing with Trump – most Republicans support the Israel lobby just for money’s sake – they know they get millions and good media coverage if they suck up to Israel.

        Trump doesn’t suck up to Israel for money – he does it because he identifies with Israel and has a Jewish family. He has grandchildren living in Israel. It’s personal for him.

        I’m cool with people riding the Trump train, but only if their eyes are wide OPEN. He is NOT on our side, he’s just using us to get elected.

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      • icareviews
        February 2, 2016

        Still not convinced he’s in it to win it, but we’ll see. None of us really know what the guy’s endgame is.


      • BMan
        February 3, 2016

        his is a live-action cartoon we’re watching.

        What a great analogy.

        I keep thinking about the funny he made with Guilliani. Really, sad, not funny.

        Its all a cartoon.

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      • Hipster Racist
        February 3, 2016

        We already have laws and men on the ground to keep Mexicans out; but none of it is deployed, and that’s because the class that funds the political process doesn’t want America’s borders protected.

        SERIOUSLY. Why can’t people understand these basic facts?

        We don’t need some literal “wall” – we just need the people in charge to promote our interests.

        Hire a bunch of white guys – blue collars to man the border, white collars to check the paperwork – and this so-called “illegal immigrant” problem would be solved overnight.

        It’s a meta-political problem, not a political problem.

        Once white people can organize in our own interests, the logistics can be solved in literally one day. LITERALLY – one day.

        It’s not like White men can’t figure out how to man a fucking border or check IDs.

        It’s not like white women can’t tell who “we” are.

        It has nothing to do with logistics, tactics, or strategy. It’s literally, 100%, a problem of will.

        It’s a problem of Identity vs. Ideology.

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  22. johny stuedabacker
    February 27, 2016

    Comparing Trump to Soros, Trump has actually donated more money to key Democrats like Harry Reid, Chuck Schumer, Chris Dodd, and Joe Biden during his life than Soros has. In fact, he even donated more to the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee than almost anyone.

    Donald Trump vs George Soros: Who is the bigger Democratic donor?:

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  25. chainitup
    March 22, 2016

    It appears, unless Breitbart is disseminating false information, that Soros is funding Kasich & that a Soros group has taken credit for efforts to violently disrupting Trump’s rallies.

    People don’t want Trump to be POTUS & I do not think that Soros is trying to help Trump in the least. My opinion, to which I am entitled.

    The media reported that David Duke was endorsing Trump & Duke wrote on his website that is not true. He made a comment saying he was not endorsing Trump & the media ran out & reported he WAS endorsing & supporting Trump.

    However, KKK Grand Dragon has endorsed Hillary, but there were no cries for her to get out of the race, no one is calling her a racist, & there are no cries of outrage for this like there were when the media lied & said Duke was backing Trump.

    Cruz is being funded by Goldman-Sachs, his wife works for them & is on leave right now.

    The RNC makes Trump sign an agreement that they themselves refuse to honor.

    I can’t see any reason why Soros would be helping Trump when clearly he is trying to sabotage him.


    • Hipster Racist
      March 22, 2016

      The point isn’t that Soros might be secretly funding Trump, although all the polls show that Clinton beats Trump easily, so a Trump campaign helps the Democrats and hurts the Republican.

      The point is that Donald Trump is far from some “independent” anti-establishment candidate in hoc to no one. The truth is that Donald Trump is part and parcel of the Democratic – thus Jewish – establishment.

      That’s why the GOP types hate him.

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    • icareviews
      March 22, 2016

      My purpose in writing this article wasn’t to argue definitively that Trump is a Soros puppet. I certainly toyed with that possibility when it first occurred to me; and in writing “Donald Trump: The Soros Connection”, I’m playing at speculation. If Trump were in league with Soros, what are the arguments or the evidence that might be advanced to substantiate such a claim? This article is the result of my mental exercise and scouring of the internet. I’ve examined multiple shady connections that Trump has enjoyed, some pointing in seemingly opposite directions. (As late as this past December, I didn’t even think Trump was seriously vying for the Republican nomination, his campaign was so utterly ludicrous.) The pattern that emerges across Skynet’s Trump coverage, however, is a seemingly unending supply of suspicious liberal and Zionist Jewish acquaintances and business partners – not the sort of company one would expect a thoroughbred nationalist to keep.

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  28. George Palen
    May 11, 2016

    Check out Trump’s connection to CIA banker Richard Mellon Scaife… THAT is the man, who cozied up with the Clinton crowd and created conservative Trump in 2011-2012 through his NEWSMAX magazine.

    This guy is associated with Trump, Soros, the Clintons, the Smith Richardson Foundation, et al.


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  33. Keith
    December 25, 2016

    Well Steve if anyone is an expert on being a PUNKMASTER it is you. Donald Trump is now our President and unlike NOBAMA he didn’t use millions of DEAD voters to do it lol. Now who’s the PUNK? If anyone should be on reality TV PUNKED with Ashton Kutcher it’s you. LMAO!!! 🙂 TRUMP 2016! SINCERELY BRIAN KEITH MINO


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