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Infiltrating the Republican Party

Hilarious thread. [Donald Trump] is now so confident of the nomination that he starts maneuvering away from his non-urban White base. White base (here) squirms and rationalizes. We do NOT need Trump in the WH, idiots…that’d be the same old, same old. We need him to blow up the Republiscam party. So non-urban Whites have no place to go but the gun store. — “StukaPilot”

There is going to be a re-alignment of Middle East states by war and revolution. Pres. Trump might mean an option for transfers from the occupied territories of Israel during upheaval such as an ISIS takeover of Jordan, which would split Israel from the Diaspora and Lobby. There can be a Jewish State of Israel or no transfer of the West Bank Palestinians. Not both. — “Someday”

There is great confusion on the “alt-right” and in White Nationalist circles about just what is going on with the Donald Trump campaign. The positives of the Trump campaign cannot be denied, nor should be, nor are: the Trump campaign has made immigration an issue in the elections, has introduced some elements of economic populism and nationalism, and presents a serious challenge to the Republican party establishment. The undeniably positive consequences, so far, have been the total defeat of the Bush dynasty, the discrediting of Conservative Inc., and the possibility of a realignment of the US political system, and perhaps even US imperial policy.

The two comments posted above represent a level-headed understanding of the Trump phenomenon. The first, StukaPilot, explains for what pro-Whites can realistically hope from the Trump campaign, even if it’s a tad exaggerated.

The second, Someday, represents what’s going on underneath the surface. Someday is a long standing commenter on Kevin MacDonald’s site, The Occidental Observer, and he’s presumably a right-wing Israeli Jew.

AryanSkynet, thankfully, has not turned into the typical Trump circle-jerk that many similar sites have. Instead, we’ve offered a realistic picture of just what Donald Trump is and just what he’s doing. This writer could not be more proud of that. By refusing to engage in fantasy-football style electioneering, we’ve received quite a bit of hostility even from insiders.

TrumpLiebermanMy previous article, Reality TV, simply pointed out a number of well know facts about Donald Trump, his career, and his connections. The main takeaways are these: Donald Trump is a shady figure from New York City who is more of a TV actor than a construction magnate. The Trump Organization and the Trump campaign – in fact, the Trump family itself – is intimately tied to not only the Jewish oligarchs of America and the Israel lobby (including it’s core organization, AIPAC) but directly to the Likud party of Israel.

Trump is not a really Republican, not a conservative, and a complete outsider to the GOP and its related institutions. His business network is not the business network typical of the oligarchs of the Republican party. Instead, Trump’s is far more typical of the business networks of the Jewish Democratic party oligarchs, especially the core of it, his media concerns.

All the positive aspects of Trump’s campaign rhetoric so far represent nothing more than poll-tested appeals to the interests of the GOP base – interests that have been long ignored by the GOP establishment, in fact, actively opposed by Conservative Inc. Restricting immigration, economic populism, and an opposition to “political correctness” (read: anti-whiteness) are broadly popular among the White Americans that vote GOP, and among not a few White Americans that vote Democratic, or not at all.

The icing on the cake for the Trump campaign is that quite a bit of this rhetoric is likely to get the votes of far more non-Whites than the GOP typically would. As Steve Sailer has pointed out, Trump’s personality and his opposition to illegal immigration could easily translate into record Black and Brown votes for a Republican candidate. Pro-Whites should not necessarily see this as a bad thing. Trump has not appealed to anti-whiteness or pandered to non-whites, but simply to legal American citizens. This “civic nationalism” is the only thing possible in the current system, as the majority of White people are not yet meta-politically prepared for anything more than appeals to implicit whiteness.

Sailer has long discussed what he calls the “Sailer Strategy” which is essentially the opposite of what was Jeb Bush’s strategy. White people are the only people that vote for Republicans, so Republican politicians should cater to their base – to “dance with them what brung us.”

One can assume that Trump tailored his campaign rhetoric specifically to undermine the “hispandering” of the presumed establishment’s choice, Jeb Bush, who at the start of the campaign seemed to be his number one rival. Bush was attempting to follow the establishment GOP’s long standing strategy of appealing to America’s growing Hispanic population by promoting amnesty and more immigration from south of the border. This, not coincidentally, has the effect of fulfilling the wishes of America’s corporate oligarchs for a large “diverse” cheap labor class. Whether passing an amnesty for illegal aliens really would get brown Mestizos to vote for conservative, corporate-friendly Republicans over welfare state Democrats was far from certain anyway.

All of the positive rhetoric coming out of the Trump campaign should not obscure the reality of what’s going on, of course. Politicians lie, and Donald Trump is not only a politician, and a notorious liar, he’s also a “reality TV” actor – and a professional wrestling star. Taking anything Donald Trump says at face value is childish and naive in the extreme. There’s nothing in Donald Trump’s past that would indicate he would follow through on any of his campaign promises, and certainly not the ones that appeal to pro-Whites. In many cases, Trump simply couldn’t – he’s running for President, not Dictator.

A few days after Trump’s record wins on super Tuesday, the Republican party establishment trotted out failed candidate Mitt Romney to deliver a full-throated attack on “The Donald.” Romney’s attacks on Trump were mostly true: he’s a con man, he’s not really that successful of a businessman, and his campaign promises are mostly a pantload of bullshit that he couldn’t get passed anyway. Some of Romney’s attacks were false, or irrelevant to the interests of White people. Some seemingly make Trump look good, especially, his attacks on Trump’s seeming non-hostility towards Putin’s Russia.

And in many ways, the “Putin issue” is the key to what is going on.

Trump has put the GOP establishment in a bind, because the GOP cannot be honest about what Trump is doing without revealing too much about themselves they are hiding from the public. Trump is engaged in what is essentially a hostile takeover of the Republican party at the behest of the Likud party of Israel.

The tick squirms the most when you’re pulling it out, and this is the part of my analysis that has generated the most controversy. A lot of people simply don’t want to hear it because they are emotionally invested in the Trump campaign, and others have tried to discredit this part of my analysis because they are protecting their own, sometimes intimate ties to Jews and the Zionist entity.

There’s quite a lot of misunderstanding about Jews, Israel, and Zionism among “alt-right” and White Nationalist circles. You have some that see a Jewish hand in everything, and some that see a Jewish hand in nothing. Fortunately, everything I’m saying is on the public record, right there in front of everyone’s face if they have the courage to look.

The Republican party establishment, like Mitt Romney, generally represent the White elites of America. The major oligarchs that run the GOP are people like the Koch brothers, the executives of the oil companies and defense contractors.

The Democratic party establishment is Jewish. The core of the Democratic party, the DNC, is extremely Jewish and most Democratic party money comes from Jews. Since Jews are a relatively small minority, they must always engage in coalition politics, which is why the Democratic party has morphed into a non-White (and anti-White) coalition. Blacks and Browns may vote Democrat, but they don’t pull the strings. Various “urban white liberals” – some of them quite well off – may vote Democrat – but the core ideological and financial power of the Democratic party is that of the Jewish establishment in America.

These well known facts are sometimes obscured by the Republican party’s public and comical kowtowing to the Israel lobby, but really these facts explain it. The Democrats don’t need to make a big show about their fealty to Israel, because the Democratic party is the Jewish party. Whenever the interests of the Zionist entity are threatened in the Democratic party, things are quietly made right behind the scenes. A few years ago, an attempt was made to reform a plank of the Democratic party platform dealing with Israel; the party elites quickly paired it with some purposefully anti-religious plank designed to be opposed by Black pastors, so both were soundly defeated.

The Obama administration represented the biggest realignment vis-a-vis the Democratic party and Israel, but his administration never opposed Israel or the Lobby, per-se, but instead took the side of the anti-Likud faction. Zionists are not monolithic, and Jews even less so. Understanding the fractures in the Jewish power structure is a key to understanding how things have played out over the last few years.

So we come to Putin, and what Mitt Romney can’t say openly.

September 21, 2015:

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visited Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday to discuss “the Middle East peace process and the fight against the global terrorist threat,” the Kremlin said. But in a rare move, Netanyahu brought several top Israeli military and security officials with him to Moscow.

http://www.cnn.com/2015/09/21/world/russia-israel-netanyahu-putin-meeting/

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Recently, former Republican Congressman (and reliable Israeli asset) Newt Gingrich made some telling comments about the Republican establishment’s hostility to Donald Trump.

Now they are faced with the very real prospect of Donald Trump becoming the leader of the party and it absolutely drives them crazy. Because he’s an outsider, he’s not them, he’s not part of the club. He’s uncontrollable. He hasn’t been through the initiation rites, he doesn’t belong to the secret society. They have no idea how to relate to him.

Now, don’t take Gingrich’s reference to “the secret society” too literally. He’s not talking about the Freemasons or Skull & Bones. It’s far more simple than that. Donald Trump is not part of the Republican business establishment, and even though he may be a WASP himself, his milieu is definitely not. New York has never been a stronghold of the GOP. Giuliani may technically have been a Republican, but Manhattan is not the center of gravity of the GOP. It is, however, the center of gravity of the Democratic party. It also happens to be one of the most Jewish cities in the world, and Donald Trump is the guy who serves as the Grand Marshall of the Israel Day parade there.

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Take a look at the Republican Congressional delegation, and you’ll see a sea of White faces. There’s a single Jewish Republican in the 114th Congress, Lee Zeldin – from New York, of course. There are currently ten Jewish Senators, all Democrats save Bernie Sanders, an “independent” who caucuses with the Democrats and is currently Hillary Clinton’s main rival in the Democratic Presidential primary. There are 18 Jewish Democrats in the House.

Astonishing that this massive Jewish over-representation in the Democratic party – and their virtual absence from the GOP – goes all but unremarked upon in modern political discourse, isn’t it? It’s not a secret, and you can be assured that the people who run this country are fully aware of it, and, more importantly, what it means. The same White Republican politicians that swear fealty to Israel are fully aware that most of the Jewish power structure in America is lined up against them. The Republican party oligarchs are fully aware that American Jews vote 80% plus for Democrats and form the core of the liberal establishment.

They simply won’t mention it to their constituents. If you mention it, you’ll be called an “anti-semite.”

“Trump Has Strongest Jewish Ties of all GOP Candidates”

rubio-bramanThe reason you see the Republican party shamelessly whore themselves to the Israel lobby is because they don’t have the intimate family connections to Jews and Israel that the Democrats do. The Democrats don’t have to make a big fuss about Israel, they get the support of Jews – 80% of their vote and most of their money – by default. The Republicans have to work for it. In the last few decades, Zionist Jews have been increasingly pouring money into the GOP, but Jews, in general, absolutely hate the White base of the GOP, especially Christians. Jewish Republican oligarchs like Sheldon Adelson and Norman Braman may purchase GOP politicians like Newt Gingrich and Marco Rubio, but they have to hold their nose as their charges pander to the very goyim they despise the most.

So let’s put Romney’s attack on one of Trump’s foreign policy statements in perspective.

And then what [Trump] said on 60 Minutes. Did you hear this? It was about Syria and ISIS, and it has to go down as the most ridiculous and dangerous idea of the entire campaign season. “Let ISIS take out Assad,” he said. “And then we can pick up the remnants.” Now think about that. Let the most dangerous terror organization the world has ever known take over an entire country? This recklessness is recklessness in the extreme. — Mitt Romney

Trump is surely out of step with the entire foreign policy establishement, both Democrat and Republican, with this idea. Think Trump came up with this by himself?

I refer you to the comments of “Someday,” the right-wing Israeli Jew, I quoted at the top:

Pres. Trump might mean an option for transfers from the occupied territories of Israel during upheaval such as an ISIS takeover of Jordan. — “Someday”

A Trump presidency is more than a win for the Israel lobby, it’s the direct infiltration of the Likud party itself into the Oval Office.

Trump Rips Obama’s Treatment of Israel

To be continued …

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37 comments on “Infiltrating the Republican Party

  1. Pingback: Infiltrating the Republican Party | Hipster Racist

  2. icareviews
    March 4, 2016

    Reblogged this on icareviews and commented:

    Interesting analysis from Hipster Racist, further elaborating his controversial interpretation of what the Trump candidacy really represents.

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  3. Don Logan
    March 4, 2016

    I’ve heard Trump say several times that Assad and Russia should be given free reign to destroy ISIS but never the reverse as you indicated on 60 Minutes supposedly. I’d probably verify that quote since he’s said the opposite repeatedly. If that’s correct though it’s very interesting & disturbing. That’s the sort of move that would bring us head to head with Russia and generally Trump has made friendly statements towards Russia and Putin. Aside from Putin’s diplomatic maneuvering I don’t see him or Russia totally as a Jewish pawn for a number of reasons. They’re certainly not hostile to Israel though. If Trump were a Likud agent I don’t see why the entire neoconservative network, who are very pro-Likud, would be frothing at the mouth over him and all of them are absolutely losing their shit.

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    • icareviews
      March 5, 2016

      Here’s Trump’s comment on ISIS and Assad to which HR referred:

      “Now, let me just say this, ISIS in Syria, Assad in Syria, Assad and ISIS are mortal enemies,” Trump said. “We go in to fight ISIS. Why aren’t we letting ISIS go and fight Assad and then we pick up the remnants? Why are we doing this? We’re fighting ISIS and Assad has to be saying to himself, ‘They have the nicest or dumbest people that I’ve ever imagined.'”

      http://www.businessinsider.com/donald-trump-plan-for-isis-syria-and-russia-2015-10

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    • Hipster Racist
      March 5, 2016

      I certainly don’t think that Putin is a “Jewish pawn” at all.

      Trump’s ties to Likud is not something I’m claiming, it’s on the public record. He makes TV commercials for them, spent the last decade promoting their agenda, and his family is married into their families, one branch of which lives in Israel. None of that is in dispute.

      There is more than one faction of Likud, more than one faction of the Israel lobby, and even more than one faction of the neo-cons.

      I don’t think the neo-cons of American necessarily take marching orders from Netanyahu – it’s not as if he is calling them up and telling them what to say.

      Trump doesn’t need whichever blowhard neo-con has an editorial in some Conservative Inc. rag anyway – I’d take their “frothing at the mouth” over Trump as no different than the typical GOP establishment “frothing at the mouth” over Trump.

      Some of this is kayfabe, of course.

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  4. Bob Saffron
    March 4, 2016

    I’ll have to wait for Part II before I understand the Putin argument. Nor do I understand how ISIS toppling Assad relates to Jordan.

    Risible the suggestion by some nationalists that a Trump Presidency would see an exposing of the 9/11 criminal network.

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    • Hipster Racist
      March 5, 2016

      Nor do I understand how ISIS toppling Assad relates to Jordan.

      Take a look at a map, Syria, Iraq, Jordan, they all border each other. ISIS is only in the first two, for now.

      The ruling class of Jordan is a staunch Western ally, both of Israel and the US.

      But they may ultimately be expendable.

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    • Anonymous
      March 13, 2016

      Risible the suggestion by some nationalists that a Trump Presidency would see an exposing of the 9/11 criminal network.

      Guess again. Donald Trump’s political director (and AIPAC lobbyist), Michael Glassner, was directly involved in the privatization scheme that transferred control of the WTC complex to Larry Silverstein right before the 9/11 attacks.

      Also, Vornado Realty, one of Trump’s companies, won the initial bid for the WTC complex lease before they backed out of the deal and the lease was instead awarded to Larry Silverstein.

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  5. Bob Saffron
    March 4, 2016

    Bush 41 is said to believe that Israeli politics – the standoff between him and Yitzhak Shamir over settlements – denied him a second term.

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  6. Bob Saffron
    March 4, 2016

    http://articles.economictimes.indiatimes.com/2015-12-31/news/69427088_1_marc-faber-boom-doom-report-yellen
    A looming US recession is an interesting backdrop to the Trump ascension.

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  7. zek
    March 4, 2016

    Let’s say Trump is a Likud plant. Is this better or worse For The Whites than the existing Jewish neocon foreign policy establishment? Is it merely a continuation of this with a blond Germanic cherry on top?

    Is Netanyahu now pro-Putin and anti-ISIS, even though Israel is known to be supporting ISIS and trying to depose Assad, whom Putin is supporting; or is Trump just lying about being amenable to Putin in order to lock up the white nationalist anime masturbator vote? Is Trump denouncing the neocon foreign policy escapades and running hard-right on immigration as some sort of reverse psychology trick, and are all the American Jews freaking out about it (and him) for show because they are secretly in the know that he will be the best-ever president for Israel?

    Do I have to be a Jew to understand all of this? At what point does Ockham’s Razor come into play?

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    • Hipster Racist
      March 4, 2016

      all the American Jews freaking out about it (and him)

      You mean like the American Jews that freaked out and said George W. Bush was a Nazi? Or how Americans Jews think every Republican is the Second Coming of Hitler? Or like how Obama was an anti-semite that hated Israel?

      Jew histrionics are legendary. A bad serving of gefilte fish is usually considered another Auschwitz, remember?

      because they are secretly in the know that he will be the best-ever president for Israel?

      Oy vey, it’s an anti-semitic conspiracy theory! Why didn’t I get my invitation to the Elders of Zion meeting?

      At what point does Ockham’s Razor come into play?

      Because politicians always tell the truth, right?

      I’m sorry, we’ve heard all of these kinds of mischaracterizations before, but I’m sure you thought you were being clever.

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      • zek
        March 4, 2016

        Well, I thought your article was interesting and am merely trying to square it up with the evidence at hand. Kicking its tires.

        Trump recently eviscerated G.W.’s brother on the Iraq war like no other politician would dare. “It was a disaster,” “$5 trillion,” etc. We all know the cui bono on that war. Why bring it up at all? He already had us at BeanerWall. Plenty of kosher territory to play on. Why would a Likud guy not stay kosher?

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      • Hipster Racist
        March 4, 2016

        Trump recently eviscerated G.W.’s brother on the Iraq war like no other politician would dare.

        Yes, the Iraq war is extremely unpopular, even with the GOP base, and Trump used it as a millstone around Jeb Bush’s – and the GOP establishment’s – necks.

        He certainly never breathed a word about the Israel lobby’s major involvement in that war, did he? Even the Israeli press, way back in 2003, said that war was “planned” by “neo-conservative Jews.”

        Why would a Likud guy not stay kosher?

        Donald Trump’s personal and professional connections to Likud are simply not in question, they are open, on the record, and you simply cannot brush them away with various hypotheticals.

        I even linked Trump’s official commercial for the Likud party. You tell me.

        BTW, you lost me at “Jews freaking out about it (and him) for show because they are secretly in the know that he will be the best-ever president for Israel?”

        I’m swatting down your idiotic trolling, I’ll respond to the serious inquiries from Don Logan and Bob Saffron later.

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      • zek
        March 5, 2016

        He certainly never breathed a word about the Israel lobby’s major involvement in that war, did he? Even the Israeli press, way back in 2003, said that war was “planned” by “neo-conservative Jews.”

        The Iraq War was one component of a larger plan, which is still in progress. Libya, Syria, and Iran are other components. Surely to denounce one is to denounce the others and probably even the whole thing by proxy. Trump has already supported Putin’s involvement in Russia which is protecting Assad and Syria by demolishing ISIS which is some CIA/Mossad/Deep State/whatever asset. Why not just toe the safe GOP line on this? Why denounce these wars for Israel?

        Donald Trump’s personal and professional connections to Likud are simply not in question, they are open, on the record, and you simply cannot brush them away with various hypotheticals.

        I’m not brushing anything away. It is what it is.

        I even linked Trump’s official commercial for the Likud party. You tell me.

        As you wish.

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      • Hipster Racist
        March 5, 2016

        Trump has already supported Putin’s involvement in Russia

        Oh yeah, about the same time that Netanyahu made a deal with Putin against the GOP establishment, huh?

        Up your game, Chaim.

        As you wish.

        OK, so tell us. Why is Trump making campaign commercials for the Likud party – the political party of a foreign state, the one where he has family, and the foreign state he’s spent nearly his entire life shilling for?

        Hey Zek, how is the weather in Tel Aviv, anyway? I heard it’s beautiful this time of year.

        BTW, this isn’t the sort of site that Joshua Goldberg gets posted on, so you are going to need to try a LOT harder.

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  8. zek
    March 5, 2016

    So, I would like to offer my naive and earnestly non-hipster impression of Trump: he’s a New Yorker, a shark, likes to make nice things, loves to win, loves to be around winners, lies occasionally as necessary, is sometimes shady in sort of a comical way (Trump U), is eccentric and one-of-a-kind, is at worst indifferent about his countrymen and doesn’t feel compelled to slow-boil genocide them. Even enjoys helping them out once in a while.

    Loves America, especially NYC, also likes Israel, isn’t tuned into the JQ and so doesn’t see a conflict there. But he likes Israel in the same way SWPLs like Pottery Barn, not in the fanatical way that is encoded into Jewish DNA: “I love Israel, it’s such a nice country full of friendly successful people like Ben Netanyahu and his son-in-law and all those other nice people I march with in the parades, and wouldn’t you know it, my daughter just converted to Judaism, isn’t she wonderful!” Rather than feeling a need to help Richard Perle bulldoze the Middle East to give lebensraum to the Jews.

    Trump is a mainstream guy. He reads the mainstream papers and watches the mainstream shows. He came of age when America was not as far gone. I wouldn’t be surprised if he sincerely thought Iraq War II was something that G.W. designed himself, as if that’s what presidents do. That war received all kinds of MSM criticism but no mainstream antisemitic criticism. It was all “Bush lied about WMD,” “Bush’s war for oil,” etc.

    Also, remember that Trump almost never uses a computer and is not tuned into the “alt-right.” His advisors are, sure, but is anybody really pulling him aside and saying, “Mr. Trump, we need to talk about the Jews…” It’s not happening. And Trump just seems like the kind of guy who would rather fly around in his 757 and make business deals and receive blowjobs from models than get involved in WN LARPing–talk about business suicide. Apex Alpha Dog CEO doesn’t have time for that shit.

    Trump probably sincerely believes the presidency is the pinnacle position of American power, believes that presidents operate by their own free will, believes the popular images of the presidents, etc. I think he has no idea how rotten and corrupt this country is, how thoroughly infested with Pollards, and is even surprised about the breadth and depth arrayed against him already. He knew he was an outsider, but he thought the problem was that he is a political outsider, not that he is a secret-society-child-sacrifice outsider. They don’t have those at Wharton.

    Remember that Obama had big aspirations around ending the wars and so on, which quickly hit the memory hole post-inauguration. Clearly, he was duly informed as to who was really in charge and the way things were going to be w.r.t. “his” foreign policy.

    So, it was never any secret that Trump supported Israel. Every politician must support Israel–we know this. Personally, beggars can’t be choosers and I’ll take him anyway. What the hell am I supposed to do, write in Robert Ransdell?

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    • Hipster Racist
      March 5, 2016

      isn’t tuned into the JQ

      So now Chaim zek – after his silly “what, you are suggesting ALL Jews are in a conspiracy to pretend to not like Trump because they got secret orders from Netanyahu?!?!?!?!?!” is telling us that Donald Trump, the New York City media celebrity, with two Jewish children, and Jewish grandchildren in Israel, who does TV commercials for Benjamin Netanyahu and Likud …

      “isn’t tuned into the Jewish Question.”

      Gosh, us Goyims with our slow brains!

      Pfft. Fuck off.

      secret-society-child-sacrifice outsider

      BTW, I’m LOVING it that Chaim here took the bait.

      Tell us how Trump is a “secret NAAAAAZI” eh, Chaim?

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    • Hipster Racist
      March 5, 2016

      More hilarity from Chaim:

      remember that Trump almost never uses a computer

      Yeah, Trump barely knows what Twitter is! I’m sure he’s never even heard of Alex Jones, right?

      Thank you, zek.

      You were exactly my audience.

      I hope the readers see what is going on here.

      I said the tick squirms the most when you start to pull it out.

      How is Hilton Beach this time of year, anyway?

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  9. Hipster Racist
    March 5, 2016

    write in Robert Ransdell?

    LOL – here’s more folks!

    It’s a TYN troll. NO ONE ELSE knows who “Robert Ransdell” is.

    It’s a Joshua Goldberg – in person. Posting from his wireless in Tel Aviv beach, no doubt.

    “The goyim know, shut it down!”

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  10. TrumpSkeptic
    March 5, 2016

    HR, thanks for the article. I’ve been a Trump skeptic from the start, and I have a couple of questions.

    1) Assuming the Trump candidacy really is a Likud move to take over the GOP, can you tell me a couple of specific ways Likud would benefit? It seems that the entire GOP establishment already grovels before AIPAC and Israel, and loves war on Israel’s behalf, so I don’t see how such a move would even be necessary.

    2) Who should we vote for in the primary and in November, or should we stay home?

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    • Hipster Racist
      March 5, 2016

      can you tell me a couple of specific ways Likud would benefit?

      I think a more reasonable question is, in what way would they NOT benefit?

      I don’t see how such a move would even be necessary.

      I make the distinction between an AIPAC whore like Rubio with Trump, who isn’t promoting Likud for money – his entire life is based around the Jewish business network and his family is Likud.

      Who should we vote for in the primary and in November

      I don’t know, I’m not in the business of endorsing political candidates. If I was forced to vote in the GOP primary, I’d probably vote for Trump.

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    • KSA
      April 5, 2016

      “1) Assuming the Trump candidacy really is a Likud move to take over the GOP, can you tell me a couple of specific ways Likud would benefit? It seems that the entire GOP establishment already grovels before AIPAC and Israel, and loves war on Israel’s behalf, so I don’t see how such a move would even be necessary.”

      I’m wondering this myself. There has never been a break in America’s slavish support of Israel, not even when they killed our sailors in 1967, and right now American support of Israel is apparently at an all-time high. The idea that anyone in American politics or government, regardless of party, is even remotely redpilled on Israel is preposterous.

      So is the idea that the GOPe has no familial connections to jews; a couple of the Bush daughters married yids, for example. Trump as a Likud infiltrator doesn’t make any sense. There’s no need for it. They already have everything they could possibly want from both parties. Israel could literally drop a nuke on an American city and everyone in our government would make excuses for why they had to it.

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      • Hipster Racist
        April 5, 2016

        a couple of the Bush daughters married yids, for example.

        They did? Do you have a link for that? I don’t believe that Jenna Bush’s husband is Jewish.

        Trump as a Likud infiltrator doesn’t make any sense. There’s no need for it. They already have everything they could possibly want from both parties

        You’re engaging in hyperbole here. Israel has suffered a massive defeat under the Obama administration, and the pushback started with the Iraq Study Group way back in the end of the Bush era. You’ve even had former General and CIA director Petraeus openly call out Israel as a “liability” not long ago.

        You are also engaging in speculation, as opposed to facts, when it comes to Trump’s Likud connections. You are asking, “doesn’t make sense, because this.” It really doesn’t matter how you choose to spin it. Trump’s entire family, business, and political network is Likud. He has spent a decade shilling for Likud, from Orly Taitz to the Iran Deal.

        You see, those are facts, and your various “what if” scenarios are not facts, but speculation.

        Israel could literally drop a nuke on an American city and everyone in our government would make excuses for why they had to it.

        I realize you’re engaging in hyperbole, but you seem absolutely unaware of the opposition to the Israel lobby in the US and how much they have gained strength in the last decade. If anything, Trump is here to try to tamp down on that opposition.

        And he’s doing a great job. All the so-called “Jew-savvy” WN types have dropped everything they are doing in order to defend Trump’s shilling for the Israel lobby. He’s totally co-opted what should have been the opposition.

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      • KSA
        April 6, 2016

        Lauren Bush (daughter of Neil Bush, W’s brother) married jew David Lauren of the Ralph Lauren label.

        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lauren_Bush#Personal_life

        I thought Jenna Bush-Hager married a jew but apparently Henry Hager is a Christian.

        “Israel has suffered a massive defeat under the Obama administration, and the pushback started with the Iraq Study Group way back in the end of the Bush era.”

        A couple years ago Obama approved a $40 billion arms deal for Israel and just a couple weeks ago Biden approved an additional $4 billion aid package to them. Israel also got most of what it wanted with the Iran deal How is any of that a “massive defeat?”

        “You’ve even had former General and CIA director Petraeus openly call out Israel as a “liability” not long ago.”

        That was six years ago, and “liability” is putting it lightly.

        “You are also engaging in speculation, as opposed to facts, when it comes to Trump’s Likud connections. ”

        I have no doubt that Trump has connections with a lot of sleazy, criminal jews. After all, as a NYC businessman he has to play the game. I also have no doubt that Trump is extremely pro-Israel, and not at all redpilled on the jewish problem. However the difference between Trump and the rest is that while Trump is a shabbos goy, there’s a chance he might actually do some good for America. It’s also possible he’s a total bullshitter. The point is, we all know what to expect with Hillary or Cruz, but with Trump there’s possibly a glimmer of hope in terms of doing some good for America.

        If Trump is the Likud’s guy then what does that make Ted Cruz?

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      • Hipster Racist
        April 6, 2016

        s a NYC businessman he has to play the game.

        This is nothing but wishful thinking and rationalization. Trump isn’t “playing the game.” Trump is not at all ignorant about the Jewish question. Trump has willingly sided with Jews and Israel every chance he has gotten. He has spent over ten years working as an unpaid goy frontman for the Israel lobby. He has a Jewish family and grandchildren living in Israel.

        Trump has actually done real, substantive things for Israel in the last decade. He has not – ever – done anything for Whites.

        Why not the other way? Trump is just “playing the game” when it comes to closing the border. He even admitted to the NYT he’s not really planning on deporting illegals.

        Why is it the goys are so blind to the obvious? Trump’s not “playing the Jews” – he’s playing YOU.

        If Trump is the Likud’s guy then what does that make Ted Cruz?

        As someone said recently, Obama is a whore for anyone. So, when the pro-Iran-deal people bid higher than Likud, Obama took their side against Likud.

        Trump isn’t sucking up to Israel for money. He sucks up to Israel – and has been doing this consistently for a decade – because he really believes in Israel. Half his political team is Jewish. His campaign was started by three Jews. His grandchildren live in Israel. He doesn’t need Likud’s money – he does it out of conviction.

        So, we’ll never be able to bribe him. Ted Cruz? Pay him more money and he’ll drop Israel like his Cuban first name.

        Trump is paying lip service to Whites, while he’s actually acting in the interests of Likud.

        Vote for whoever you want, it’s not going to matter. But please – at least have some integrity and stop trying to fool people into believing that Trump is somehow “playing the game” when it comes to Israel. It’s the exact opposite.

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      • KSA
        April 6, 2016

        I didn’t insinuate that Trump was redpilled on jews, in fact I said the opposite. it’s clear that he’s oblivious as to the cancer they represent. My point is that one can easily regard his jewish connections as simply the predictable result of operating out of city that is teaming with them as opposed to a nefarious plot by him and his jewish handlers to get a Likud operative into the White House.

        What about Trump’s reviled statement about being neutral towards Israel and Palestine? Was this smoke up Americans’ asses to draw in moderates? It sure as hell made the others cuck even harder for Israel. Maybe you think that was the entire point of it, to get the rest of the candidates to become even more extreme? As for Cruz, check out his father’s sermons. I’m willing to bet Ted actually does believe the shit he spouts about Israel, just like Glenn Beck.

        I haven’t voted in years and I’m not sure if I’ll start again with Trump. Honestly it has more to do with his family; all political promises and charisma aside, I simply find it distasteful voting for a White man with a race-mixing daughter who converted to judaism. Also I live in a deep blue state that will never go for him in the general anyway.

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      • Hipster Racist
        April 6, 2016

        But that’s where I disagree. Trump is of course, obviously, “red pilled” on Jews. Even Kevin MacDonald, a huge Trump supporter, says that Trump is “hyper-aware” of Jewish power. How could he not be?

        The point is, Trump has a history of being pro-Jew and pro-Israel. He has no history of being pro-White.

        Recently, an interview with one of his insiders said that, in the run up to the campaign, Trump assigned one of his assistants to listen to talk radio, to find out what the GOP base was interested in. He came up with three issues: illegal immigration, Common Core, and Obamacare. Not coincidentally, that’s what Trump ran on.

        Trump doesn’t actually care about these issues, or at least, there’s no reason to take it as any more than pandering for the election – he’s already reversed himself on deporting illegal immigrants and H1-B visas.

        But Trump is absolutely, 100% sincere about Israel and his love for the Jewish people – Jews like his son and daughter and his Israeli grandchildren. I think it’s safe to say those are issues close to his heart.

        White people? Ending immigration? Eh, not so much.

        What about Trump’s reviled statement about being neutral towards Israel and Palestine?

        A throw away line that he reversed himself on. What about his decades long shilling for Likud? His commercials for Netanyahu? His “birther” crap? His years long attack on the Iran deal?

        Jews and Israel get substance from Trump. We’ve had six months of inconsistent campaign rhetoric.

        I don’t see why you are bringing up Ted Cruz. How is Ted Cruz even relevant? I’m pretty sure no one reading this has any intention of voting for Ted Cruz, or caring much about him either way.

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      • KSA
        April 7, 2016

        I brought up Cruz because of his fanatical evangelicalism and crazy father. If Likud wanted an operative in the White House it seems like it’d make more sense for them to buy the loyalty of someone like Cruz instead of trusting a loose cannon like Trump.

        Yes Trump’s loyalty to Israel is probably based on a genuine (misplaced) love of the country, but why would Likud put their faith in him instead of someone they can completely control? If there’s one thing jews absolutely don’t like when it comes to politics, it’s White politicians who have wills of their own.

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      • Hipster Racist
        April 7, 2016

        it seems like it’d make more sense … why would Likud

        You see, it doesn’t make any difference how much you speculate. We’ve posted facts and evidence that show, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that Trump’s essentially a product of Likud. His family, his business network, and his political campaign (which is literally managed by an AIPAC operative.)

        You can speculate about things until the sun goes down, doesn’t matter, the facts are public and not in dispute. We’ve named names.

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  11. Zobbo
    March 5, 2016

    A fascinating read.
    There’s such a discrepancy between what you explain and the perception we have of Trump here in Europe – and not only because the media depict him as a potential new Hitler : in the anti-establishment circles (be they pro-whites or not), Trump, despite his well known ties with Zion, is percieved as an acceptable alternative to the “hysterical psychopathic” Clinton.
    People see him like some kind of old fashioned isolationist who would, if in ofiice, implement a more balanced forein policy in the Middle East and towards Russia.
    And more importantly for “us”, he’s officially declared his opposition to the TPP and the TAFTA that scare people off (and rightly so). Obviously here, “our” main concerns are the potential concequences of the Trump elections on our everyday lives with not much regard of it’s full implications on American politics.

    Despite my efforts and a search on he net, I have trouble understanding the concept of GOP.
    Can you help ?

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    • Hipster Racist
      March 5, 2016

      GOP = “The Grand Old Party.” It’s a nickname for the Republican party.

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    • Hipster Racist
      March 6, 2016

      @Zobbo

      more importantly for “us”, he’s officially declared his opposition to the TPP and the TAFTA

      In my research on Trump, I have found that he has criticized these types of trade deals for a long time, way, way before he was running for President.

      So you have to take him as somewhat sincere on that front.

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      • Zobbo
        March 6, 2016

        We do !
        That’s why,from an European point of view only we consider Trump to be a much better alternative than Clinton.
        So much so that we dread to see Bloomberg appear out of the blue and replace Trump for the main election. At least, that’s a possibility that’s been talked about in our “circles” by people well versed in US politics.

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  14. JM
    April 5, 2016

    When do we get to the punchline with the second installment?

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