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Open Thread: State Of The Union

Donald Trump gives a speech; you can leave your “reactions” here. This author expects “reactions” because, well, that’s what conservatives do: react. They can’t “act” so instead they “react.”

Trump, so far – or at least his speech-writers – does a good job giving a speech.

Go ahead.

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34 comments on “Open Thread: State Of The Union

  1. Hipster Racist
    February 5, 2019

    I notice that Republicans clap when Trump says America is “strong” – that is, of course, because America – the real America – is weak, in many ways, thanks to Trump being so weak in the face of the Israel lobby. This is proved by the fact that Trump has no one on his “America First” team, but has instead hired nothing but neo-con Jew Israelis who did 9/11, got us into a war in Afganistan, Iraq, Somalia, Syria, Libya, and are still trying to get us into a war with Iran and Russia.

    But, ok, Trump is going to bat to nominate a bunch of judges who are going to ban abortion for Black single mothers who got knocked up by Black men who are now in prison – thus, increasing the population of Blacks. Because that is the conservative Christian thing to do.

    Also – Veterans are awesome – especially the Veterans who fought against the NAZIS because Germany is anti-semite.

    Truly, Trump is a conservative.

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    • Hipster Racist
      February 5, 2019

      Trump will ALWAYS remember the USS Cole – but NOT the USS Liberty… he’ll ALWAYS forget that. Now he’s going to attack Iran for Israel.

      Stop lying about “American First” – Trump is ISRAEL FIRST.

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  2. Hipster Racist
    February 5, 2019

    “I want people to come into our country in the largest numbers ever, but I want them to come in legally.” — Donald Trump

    He did say “working class” and pointed out that the “wealthy classes” want “open borders.” That’s quite good.

    “Tolerance for illegal immigration is not compassionate, it is actually cruel.”

    That’s something, it’s better than anyone else in our lifetimes, so there’s that. But it’s still just hedging the real issue.

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    • Hipster Racist
      February 5, 2019

      If Trump would actually follow through on that sex-trafficking thing, we’d have the border shut tight and we’d have PLENTY of otherwise “liberal” White women voting for Trump-style Republicans.

      Will the GOP follow through? Of course not. Trump himself has been a major player in sex trafficking Russian and Eastern European women in his “model business.”

      But you’ll never read any “reactionary” and “conservative” Republican types do anything about that – because they are the customers.

      If Trump would actually dump the Israelis and corporate CEOs and actually truly be “America First” – even if he remained the “social liberal” he actually is – we’d be all set.

      But that isn’t going to happen. I’m not being “cynical” here – I’m just being honest, and everyone knows it.

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      • bob saffron
        February 6, 2019

        Do you see the reduced deployment of forces in Afghanistan and Syria as a preparatory move coordinated with Israel for a strike on Iran?

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      • Hipster Racist
        February 6, 2019

        @bob saffron

        Honestly, I don’t see any serious confrontation with Iran. I expect the chance of ground troops in Trump’s second term to be less than zero. The chances of air strikes is above zero but still pretty small I would guess.

        Check out this very interesting article from an economist:

        http://www.unz.com/mhudson/trumps-brilliant-strategy-to-dismember-u-s-dollar-hegemony/

        The US used SWIFT against Iran, but also, apparently, against the Vatican bank which is almost certainly why Pope Benedict resigned. (The Vatican was three days from completely cash-broke – they couldn’t even fill up the tourist ATMs in Vatican city.)

        We’ve known for years that China and Russia were working on an alternative system for a decade. A few years ago when Germany asked for some of their gold back the US just said “no” and when they finally did give some of it back, it wasn’t even the correct gold bars and not even monetary quality. This was not just an admission that gold reserves are political, not economic, it was also extremely embarassing for the US.

        Chavez was smart enough to take a bunch home when there was a lull in US hostility to his regime.

        But now the EU – meaning France and Germany – have just had enough. This puts Brexit in a quite different context – in fact, it puts Trumpian “nationalism” in a very different context. America has to become more nationalist because it has lost control of the very international institutions that America, as victor in WWII, set up. Trump’s not putting “America First” it’s just the rest of the world is barely even paying lip service to US power and Trumpian nationalism is a last-ditch face-saving measure. The Israeli interest in Trumpian “nationalism” is also obvious. In fact, in my three part “Infiltrating the Republican Party” I stated outright that Trump’s “Build The Wall” had nothing to do with protecting the US border – the US border is already well protected and it’s LEGAL entry, not wetbacks sneaking across the desert, that is the real issue.

        Trump’s “Build The Wall” is just about providing cover for Israel’s wall – that’s it, nothing more, nothing less.

        If this article is to be believed, the reserve status of the US dollar is already gone. This likely explains Bitcoin’s wild ride of the last decade as well.

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      • Hipster Racist
        February 6, 2019

        So this would explain the retrenchment from the Middle East and the rush to take back Venezuela – it’s a last-ditch attempt to save the petro-dollar. It also explains the continuing coddling of Saudi Arabia.

        Russia put their foot down in Syria and the US lost the momentum now it’s rushing to protect its rear flank.

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      • guest
        February 6, 2019

        The petrodollar may have been oversold:
        Why The Petro-Dollar Is A Myth, And The Petro-Yuan Mere Fantasy

        In 2018 the US was even for the first time a net oil exporter:

        “The United States last week exported more crude oil and fuel than it imported for the first time on record, according to data released on Thursday, the same day OPEC ended a meeting without a decision to curb global output to balance out the historic surge in U.S. supply.”

        Just imagine the geopolitical implications when in one or two decades, the majority of personal vehicles on the road will be electric and the demand for crude drops by half, making domestic US oil production enough to cover all your needs two or three times over, then what? No more middle east imports!

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      • bob saffron
        February 7, 2019

        Yeah, I was aware of Pope Benedict’s SWIFT and extraordinary resignation. (My understanding is that his attempts to deal with the Lavender Mafia within the Church and the fact that his quaint, traditional values were likely to hinder the New Europe where ecumenism, relativism and anti-racism are to be the reigning dogma were unacceptable to the NWO agenda-pushers. Apparently, his letter of resignation contained errors in Latin befitting a neophyte. Maybe that was a wink and a nod, or maybe someone else drafted it for him. Who knows?)

        While I was surely two years early with “Sell cigars, buy silver!”, it is certainly the case that US treasuries have never reached the historic heights that we saw just prior to the 2016 elections. To me, that marks the inflection point where the world’s benchmark “safe investment” ceased to be so. Rising long term interest rates threaten US financial hegemony and there’s no fix that sees the status quo maintained.

        (Nice to see that Elliott Abrams has been completely rehabilitated and is ready, once more, for some Latin American dabbling).

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      • bob saffron
        February 7, 2019

        Of course, due credit to Andrea Nolen and Aryan Skynet for seeing Trump without rose-colored glasses from the get-go. He’s proved himself unpredictable for the unimportant things and all too predictable for the important.

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  3. Arch Stanton
    February 6, 2019

    Due to a sensitive stomach, I did not watch Trump’s Fuck the Union address. However, I heard Trump address the fact American manufacturing has been gutted, claiming “we” can rebuild it. What a crock! Rebuilt? Not in his lifetime. And never with more negros, women, negro-women and Jew candidates constantly rising to the political fore, as white male candidates fast fade to the new Jew black.

    Yet, it is a political first for a president to admit to the industrial and manufacturing wrecking wrought upon America by greedy Jews selling it off at fire-sale prices to the Chinese. So why might Trump be invoking a smoke screen like rebuilding Americas’ manufacturing base? Is this more MAGA bullshit or does it portend putting the stupid goyims’ nose to the grindstone to support a rapid build up for the coming war?

    Do you see the reduced deployment of forces in Afghanistan and Syria as a preparatory move coordinated with Israel for a strike on Iran?

    No. Unfortunately, I do now. It makes perfect sense from strategic standpoint. Six months before Trump was elected, I predicted he would win the election to present the image of the “strong, white male leader.” And just to make sure, Jews put the lowest, weakest, form of political, filth ever to crawl out of Washington’s sewers as political opposition against Trump’s candidacy. Can you see the scripting of America’s ongoing Punch and Jewdy show boys and girls?

    Obviously, Jews felt it necessary to have a leader like the blusterous Trump to create the political backing of stupid, American goyim marching proudly and “patriotically” to their mass slaughter. Is it not interesting that obnoxious blustering and bullying is now seen as a sign of strength? Well, at least the Jews’ idea of strength. So much for the days of Gary Cooper’s strong, white, man of few words but instant action.

    Desperate Americans have been primed for a Trump presidency by decades of cock-sucking, chicken-shit, turds, clowns and sycophants slinking around the White House, or is that Black House? Thus, gullible American goyim have long been ready to jump to the fore in support of anyone appearing as the strong leader promising to turn America around – “MAGA.” Instead, this monstrous, treasonous, white fool will go down in history as being the servir de catalyseur that brought on the greatest global conflagration in human history with his “MIGA” campaign – Make Israel Great Again. A tip o’ the old Tikkun Olam Yarmulke to Trump for helping Jews obtain their goal of global domination.

    Clever Jews standing around tearing their hair out and gnashing their teeth screaming, “Trump is a Naaaadzee,” have provided necessary “historical proof” for Trump’s treasonous, white man treachery. Future Jew historians will once again slap the blame on the white man for what was in fact the Jews’ slaughter of most of humanity. But then Jews have placed the blame squarely on the white man, not only for the first two global, mass murder campaigns, but for every “evil” act ever carried out against Poor, Oppressed People of Color. POPOC.

    However, we need not focus on these matters of state. Instead, we need to get back to basics, i.e. what is truly important to white Americans. Who do you think will win the next year’s stupid bowl? Have you seen the new shows premiering on Talmudvision? I don’t know about the rest of you, but frankly I think it best to rearrange our deck chairs so they are closer to the abyss. That way we can see the dark chasm of our fast approaching destruction from a better perspective.

    What do you think about the deck chair situation? Are the present positions acceptable to white Americans?? As the Jews used to say – “Inquiring (goy) minds want to know!”

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    • guest
      February 6, 2019

      What the hell did you except, for him to cross the Rubicon? Nigga please, that was never going to happen, never ever, no helicopter rides either, the best case scenario was always just a slight turn towards the light in this multi generational & multi decade long struggle, it was always going to be just baby steps, crawling even, nothing more.

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      • Hipster Racist
        February 6, 2019

        @guest

        Trump said not long ago he was going to issue an Executive Order to end “birthright citizenship.” Even if it was overruled by the Supreme Court eventually, it’s within his power and it would have been excellent to bring the issue to public awareness and discussion.

        But instead Trump has spent political capital helping Israel and now he’s doing photo-ops with a bunch of “Holocaust Survivors” from 75 years ago, half way around the world.

        Forget “the Wall.” How about he just issue that executive order? All it takes is him signing his name, after all. Easy.

        Why won’t he do it?

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    • bob saffron
      February 7, 2019

      Fixed!

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  5. indravaruna
    February 7, 2019

    The Jewish Democrat announced that a new investigation about Trump-Russia connections is being conducted, I think Netanyahu is using the Russian investigation to control Trump and keep him in line.

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    • Arch Stanton
      February 7, 2019

      Actually, Jews use the phony, “Russian” claptrap to control the stupid American goyim. This contrived Trump and Jewdy show keeps the idiots out here arguing over Trump’s alleged “Russian connection.” Phony, non-news of this type serves the Jews’ agenda to “keep the goy fools confused and divided using anger, fear and uncertainty.”

      The proof for the Jews’ true relationship with this goyboy is how nothing sticks to Trump. Only the best goyboys servicing Jews are allotted the privilege of full Teflon political status.

      Trump needs no handler. He is completely on board the Jews’ bandwagon of global domination through terror, death and destruction. The proof can be seen in Trump’s visit to the kotel – all by his little lonesome. Uh Oh! Gotta’ go, I feel the need for a short commercial break.

      Yaaas! Come visit the Jerusalem kotel! THE place to bob, nod, whine, wail and pray in luxurious Semitic surroundings when visiting that “shitty little country.” The Jerusalem kotel is the only place in Israel featuring full, six (pointed) star accommodations. So next time you sign up for John Hagee’s trip to the “Holy land,” why not stay at the Jerusalem kotel? You’ll be sorry if you don’t, just ask any American president! And remember, bring your flat-bread Yarmulke

      During Trump’s visit, there was not a Jew in sight anywhere in the photo, unlike there were when other presidential shitbag sycophants were seen bending, bowing and scraping while obsequiously sucking on the Jews’ most holy member. The message was clear to Jews, but invisible to stupid, ignorant goy. To wit – “Hands off! Trump is our trusted boy! He needs no persuasion or assistance to carry out our agenda.”

      Trump reminds me of that old sixties song “Up Against the Wall Mother Fucker.”

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    • Arch Stanton
      February 8, 2019

      I told ya’ so. Trump is (((their))) boy and has been from the beginning. It’s really quite simple. No goy gets anywhere near America’s official levers of power unless they have first spent time on their knees in soulful prayer to the great Jew god that rules uber alles. So one can be damn well certain everyone “elected” to office in this country bent long ago to serve the Jew’s delight and satisfaction.

      In Genesis, Abraham instructs his chief servant to “place his hand under his thigh” and swear an oath. This oath “under the thigh” secured the monotheistic tradition of the Abraham’s descendants. The placing of one’s hand under the “thigh” is a euphemistic way to refer to swearing upon the genitals of the master. The genitals are the sign of Abraham’s descendants and the blunt, circumcised penis is the Jews’ symbol of power and conquest.

      While Christian custom is to swear on a Bible, Hebrew custom is to swear on a circumcised penis. This is the mark of the covenant with YHVH. (Note YHVH (god) has always been whatever Jew currently has the most money and power to control. Is it any wonder Jews are the predominant offspring of a queer race?)

      Before the ceremonial, public swearing-in bullshit occurs, the prospective candidate must take a true oath of office in the back room. Here the chosen candidate kneels with head bowed, to cup the chief Jew’s circumcised penis with their right hand, reciting the Jew’s sacred oath of office:

      “I do solemnly swear that I will faithfully execute the office granted to me by the power of our Lord God Rothschild and, upon pain of death, will preserve, defend and advance Israeli and Jewish interests above all other interests, no matter what countries are concerned. I further swear I will solemnly perform my duties no matter the cost to the racist, anti-Semitic people of this nation. Amen”

      The candidate then bends over to fellate the chief Jew, affirming their obsequious fealty to all Jewish interests. Afterwards, the chief Jew sinks back, spent in the delight Jews have another useful idiot that will dutifully carry out their agenda.

      (Note: I purposely kept this description brief and in the best light, so as not to excessively disgust the reader.)

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  6. icareviews
    February 7, 2019

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  7. icareviews
    February 7, 2019

    I accidentally heard a few seconds of Trump’s State of the Union address on the radio before turning it off and opting for some heavy metal. Based on what everybody is saying online, though, it sounds like it was basically Trump’s worst speech ever.

    I have to give the Trump administration credit for one thing. I believe in chaos again. Whereas my previous instinct was to be suspicious of Trump and his team as a cadre of Zionist agents – which they are, of course – a cell assigned the task of posing as a nationalist insurgency for the purpose of carrying out some grandly orchestrated conspiracy, I now tend to view the soap opera of the Trump presidency as an authentic shit show of sorts, with a mixture of benign intentions, Zionist scheming, genuine blundering, and sabotage. It has to some extent restored my belief in the reality of politics. Unfortunately, the failure of Trump as a president means that establishment GOP suits will go back to pretending that nationalism has been tried and that it failed to “make America great again”.

    If I vote for him in 2020, it will probably just be to spite the lesbian cat ladies at work. I really don’t expect jack out of him at this point. He probably will start talking tough and pretending to be a populist firebrand again when the presidential race kicks into high gear, though, so we at least have some empty lulz to look forward to. “That’s about all,” as Trump’s apologist Styx likes to say.

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    • Maureen Martin, Aryan Street
      February 8, 2019

      I definitely never thought he was the be-all end-all but really, he is even more disappointing than I thought he would be.

      I wish I could escape somewhere to avoid the next election and his b******* promises.

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  8. james
    February 7, 2019

    Even his surrender speech didn’t get the media to like him. Disappointing all round.

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  9. Staudegger
    February 8, 2019

    Anyone who still supports Trump at this point is an idiot, flat out. He is a total jew-tool and will never do anything to benefit Whites, or even America, for that matter.

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  10. redarmyvodka
    February 9, 2019

    What’s with the constant negativity? Do you idiots realize you’re jeopardizing all of our achievements? Either you’re controlled opposition or just plain dumb. Either way it’s becoming clear Trump’s old coalition is falling apart. This is directed to anyone who erroneously believes Trump hasn’t achieved anything or cucks who think Donald The Great is a Mr. Magoo. Many of you don’t appear to understand how the executive branch even works. I’m going to repeat what I’ve written at other sites and blogs. Most of what Trump critics say isn’t true or is only half true and in many cases they’re proven anti-Trump ideologues. I’ve suspected most anti-Trump critics on the left and the right are simply well off enough not to be effected by the reality of modern America.

    I agree that not prosecuting Hillary was a mistake but that was caused by his idiot daughter and her friendship with Chelsea. It was that same softness for his daughter that cost Trump the first general election debate as well. I’ve long been a critic of Ivanka for the record and it appears our enemies finally found Trump’s one weakness which was his daughter and her cuck husband.

    Trump crushed the left, right, center, and mainstream media in 2015/2016 winning a revolution. Trump no doubt failed at appointments and firing general Flynn who was chief of staff material was the worst mistake of the Trump presidency as it legitimized the Russian collusion hoax, encouraged more illegal leaks, and enabled all sorts of traitors, careerists, saboteurs, and malcontents into the halls of power. The first five months of the Trump administration were bad but the second half of 2017 was great and it felt like we were on the offensive again. Some appointments even proved out to be excellent like at Treasury and Defense as well as chief of staff John Kelly who froze out lots of people including Ivanka and Kushner. 2018 has been a mixed year but we retained control of the senate even expanding our domination of the upper chamber and more importantly we have a much more pro-Trump GOP now.

    Where are you people getting the idea that Trump isn’t delivering on his agenda? From a do nothing, chattering class, failure socialite like Richard Spencer? The mainstream media including the so called “conservative media” is anti-Trump. It’s also the nature of the media to engage in hype, controversy, negativity, and hysteria even when things are going well like in the 1990s. The alternative media/new media is pro-Trump but anyone with major reach and mainstream influence is being suppressed, defunded, delisted, deplatformed, and censored by Silicon Valley. I think a united front is important because the fight is far from over.

    The truth is Trump perhaps unlike any president before him is enacting reform/change from improving the economy, fighting crime, changing trade policy, securing the border, combating illegal immigration, and much more. Even anti-trust enforcement is being seriously discussed for the first time in a long time. These sorts of things send signals across society as well prompting more change. That may not seem like a big deal as it’s “part of the job” but literally nothing was being done for sixteen years on any issue of importance. Things had just been getting worse since 2001 onward with a few minor reprieves. Obama may have talked a good game but put little to no effort into fixing anything yet Trump has achieved more in two years than his two predecessors did in their entire terms.

    Even at the local level I’ve seen major improvements since Trump became president and its only the far left publications which openly acknowledge the reign of terror he’s unleashed on “people of color, undocumented immigrants, civil rights activists, criminal justice reformers, and welfare recipients”. They also frame a better economy for all as “tax cuts for the rich” and its only a “matter of time” until it ends but I can read between the lines.

    Our side which I mean nationalists/populists must support Trump. Race realism of any kind is only possible on the right and that’s been true for decades going back to the GOP’s southern strategy. Clinton/Gore may have been the exception but SJW politics have a long history in Democratic circles. Cuckservatvism is a relatively new phenomena and has been strongly rebuked at least by the grassroots.

    Spencer and other doofuses in the alt-right were once deemed ideal leaders for the movement but that flopped badly and many have since distanced themselves from them but they were never true Trump supporters. Their support or lack there of is dependent on the news cycle and the latest headlines. Serious people, organizations, and governments don’t change their views on the whims of the agenda driven press.

    Beyond Spencer my second guess for all the cynicism would be Ann Coulter. The last president to seriously oppose illegal immigration was Bill Clinton and she despised him. She shilled hard for a lot of bad stuff over the years/decades and only began to talk demographics after 2012. She also dates negros and people like Dinesh Tandoori so I’d hardly call her credible. Trump promised to build the wall in his first term and as far as I’m aware that’s a work in progress. He’s even shut down the federal government to secure funds for the wall which step by step is reaching the sufficient threshold.

    For people who love the news many here don’t seem to know much about what’s going on and its significance. The Trump administration is taking anti-trust seriously and has actively opposed the AT&T takeover of Time Warner. They lost the case but they’ve appealed it and the message is clear the Trump DOJ is going to be aggressive on these issues. They’ve also rejected net neutrality and worked to preserve a free and open internet delivering a major blow to Silicon Valley by putting the future in the hands of the telecom industry which created the high speed connections, wireless networks, undersea cables, and digital platforms that enable the communications revolution not search engine providers and tech companies like Google. Nevertheless taking on the largest and wealthiest corporations in America like Google who have an army of high priced lawyers on their payroll also requires an ironclad anti-trust case and those take years to build.

    Trump has stopped the US government’s war on coal and other cheap and legitimate forms of energy. Trump is slashing regulations and cutting taxes two major economic successes while squeezing states like California whose tax rates actually went up significantly. Rich liberals can no longer exempt themselves from the massive taxes they impose on the middle class. Threats by the Trump administration against foreign governments have also denied Hollywood lucrative funding and reduced their cash flow. The Trump administration has also launched major police sweeps and massively cracked down on pedophile rings/religious cults a large number of which are in liberal areas and southern California in particular. Trump has also broken the Negro Felon League (NFL) de-legitimizing the organization and wakening up boomer cucks and GOP types to the nonsensical children’s game they worship.

    Again for many who discuss government and public affairs you don’t seem to know much about the US executive branch. The president is the chief law enforcement officer of the nation, commander in chief of the armed forces, and he represents the United States internationally. The Department of Justice, security bureaucracy, and the FBI are under his control. Trump is basically a policeman he doesn’t have legislative powers to massively curtail legal immigration. He can only combat illegal immigration and slow legal immigration which he is successfully doing. His attorney general Jeff Sessions was basically as far as white nationalism can go in mainstream and respectable circles. He certainly unleashed a reign of terror I’m sorry to see him go and I’m concerned if the success will continue under a new AG but so far so good.

    The inauguration day protestors may have gotten off but many were fired from their jobs, suffered the stress of legal proceedings, and have had their records ruined. Antifa has also been labeled a domestic terror organization and the media no longer openly celebrates them for fear of being prosecuted as accessories. More progress needs to occur here and if anyone is protecting them within the DOJ its deputy director Rod Rosenstein the phony conservative who attempted to launch a coup against Trump and has been directing the Mueller witch hunt/coup attempt as well. I’m shocked he still hasn’t been fired but hopefully a new AG will clean up the department.

    On the foreign policy front can you point to anything Trump has done that is excessively deferential toward Israel and not in line with long standing US history? All I can think of are tearing up the Iran deal which was likely dependent on having a war in Syria. Moving the US embassy to Jerusalem is simply recognizing the reality that there will be no Palestinian state but that ship already sailed long ago. Saudi Arabia likely has the best leader in its history who much like Trump is a reformer and has purged all the pro-Bush, pro-Clintion, and pro-Obama elements from the halls of power in Saudi Arabia. MBS is smeared relentlessly in the press because he is a powerful and effective Trump ally.

    For the first time in history Trump met with the leader of North Korea paving the way for diplomatic recognition and a formal end to the Korean War. I agree that American-Russian relations have not improved as much as I would have hoped but the US was always a sea based power in contrast to the land based power like Russia. Conflict of some sort no matter how small was inevitable yet despite that Trump has done the best he could and I continue to remain supportive. As of a few weeks ago Trump has pulled US forces out of Syria in a major step forward with Russia.

    All in all the majority and especially the productive forces of society are satisfied with the Trump candidacy/presidency which has delivered on its promises and again proves the masses know more than the DC/Manhattan chattering classes and their wannabes in the blogging world.

    I’d like to add that I think Jeff Sessions was a great attorney general obviously not against the swamp but in terms of going after dangerous criminals, illegal aliens, sanctuary cities/states, drug offenders, and people of color. He also paid generous settlements to victims of IRS abuse and launched discrimination lawsuits against institutions like Harvard. Sessions admires the US federal government and didn’t want to destroy the law enforcement juggernaut he controlled for practical reasons. It’s also better for a presidency to move forward and not look backward. I also agree with his perspective that a major problem in modern America is that we’ve had too many overly political attorney generals.

    Sessions was a in a tough spot in regards to the swamp he obviously made lots of friends, colleagues, and associates over the years/decades. As attorney general he faced opposition from within the Department of Justice, opposition from Congress including the GOP, opposition from the courts, and opposition from the mainstream media. He agreed to recuse himself on the Russian collusion hoax because it’s not a hill he wanted to die on but he did make it clear he wouldn’t tolerate illegal leaks and established a special unit within the DOJ to investigate/prosecute any and all leakers. The leaks basically stopped after that.

    Trump made it clear if the special counsel went after his family and business he would terminate Mueller. The cunning snake has skirted around that targeting people and entities close to Trump but not too close. The House Intelligence committee has been running a parallel investigation to the Mueller special counsel and Trump has allowed his allies in Congress especially congressman Devin Nunes to expose the massive corruption, fraud, and criminality in the halls of power. What happens next in this high stakes tango dance remains to be seen.

    I suspect 2019 will be a make or break year for the Trump presidency leading into 2020. MAGA is not a one term project it will require a minimum of two terms and likely then some with a worthy successor.

    I get it most of you don’t care about truth, justice, history, and law but are more interested in the latest headlines, whose up/whose down, what’s trendy, and the latest talking points. In other words you’re conservative SWPL. I’ve also observed a sharp age/class divide among Trump supporters. Trump’s biggest supporters are people in their early 30’s and younger. You know people who never saw good government, low crime, good schools, secure borders, and a good economy during much of their lives.

    As for the wall Trump has already delivered in a legal sense. His administration has tightened asylum laws making illegal aliens wait on Mexican territory as their cases are processed in America and given the litigation backlog they’ll likely never enter the United States and simply give up and return home. A physical wall is necessary and coming but the legal wall is perhaps much more powerful.

    Trump’s new attorney general pick is just as good as Jeff Sessions if not better and he’s been endorsed by Florida attorney general and blond babe Pam Bondi.

    https://www.orlandosentinel.com/opinion/os-op-pam-bondi-bill-barr-20181221-story.html

    I’m a Trump supporter in fact I’ve been a Trump supporter from the beginning even before the beginning and throughout 2015/2016 I remained faithful all the way to victory night. I remain supportive into the present. Not many Trump supporters are like me even some pretty conservative people began cucking during the Access Hollywood tape. The same weakness and defeat I saw early on and near the end of the campaign is the same weakness I see now. I’ll take a mercenary like Sean Hannity over most part time Trump supporters.

    I’ve written a blog part time before and I know hard it is to come up with material and maintain reader interest. Imagine having a regular schedule and multiple hours of programming content. Yikes. I’d have to engage in fake news and endless negativity all day as well.

    That said I agree Nikki Haley was a terrible choice for UN envoy and she was a never Trumper as well but she’s been fired now albeit quietly and on positive terms. The state department was another problem but Rex Tillerson wasn’t THAT bad he dismissed/fired dozens of career people in Trump’s earliest days in office ridding the department of entrenched opposition. Trump loyalist Mike Pompeo has now taken charge of the organization. He’s the same bulldog who headed the CIA and got them under control for the president. John Bolton like him or hate him is another powerful and effective Trump loyalist/ally hence his position in the white house.

    Lots of prominent never Trump people have been removed from the halls of power via termination or retirement both in the executive branch and congress. The senate in particular was a major thorn in our side because they also oversee appointments. Now we have a staunchly pro-Trump GOP controlled senate. This is important because Trump can’t afford to antagonize his GOP allies on capital hill.

    There have been many nationalist/populist victories domestically and especially internationally which may not be something you’re interested in but Trump has sparked a world revolution of sorts. I agree there is a deliberate attempt to isolate Trump from allies and deprive his supporters of power. That’s why the president is appointing a new attorney general one who shares and in some ways pioneered Jeff Sessions worldview but can also bring a swift end to the Mueller coup attempt.

    Giuliani is also a valuable asset to the Trump White House. Most lawyers are soft and intellectual types more interested in preserving their reputation with the BAR and attending cocktail parties than serving their clients including the president. Rudy is the right man to serve at the president’s side together with Miller, Mike Pence, and other GOP factions in the white house.

    If anyone is interested in a source of information that is beyond the alt-light but not quite alt-right occupying a very interesting middle ground simply following the facts where they go much like myself check out a guy called Trump Mafia and his sister channel Truth Syndicate on YouTube.

    https://www.youtube.com/user/DEFCONYuko

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    • Hipster Racist
      February 9, 2019

      @redarmyvodka

      You sound like a cult. “What, you don’t want to drink the Kool-Aid? You’re just being negative!”

      Why the “positivity” about a reality TV actor turned politician?

      Do you idiots realize you’re jeopardizing all of our achievements?

      This is sarcasm, right? AryanSkynet, a tiny blog, is going to jeopardize the Trump administration? Don’t bogart that joint, dude.

      I’m going to repeat what I’ve written at other sites and blogs.

      He’s hasbara, he gets paid ten bucks an hour to tone-police “right wing” blogs.

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      • redarmyvodka
        February 9, 2019

        Intellectuals and people in the media sphere are a terrible bunch always complaining and undermining the success/values of a society even when things are going well but wannabe intellectuals are perhaps even worse.

        I do think what occurs here and elsewhere matters in the sense that the movement however you want to define it has shown itself to be childish and immature reduced into petty factionalism demanding ideological purity as if we’re in any position to be antagonizing others. Maybe you need a history lesson but political power is acquired and maintained mostly through unity. People need to be focusing on the next stage of progress most of which involves taking back our major cities, taking over the GOP, and winning local offices. We have a chance now with the Trump presidency to achieve so much more but that is being squandered.

        Spare me your conspiracy theories there are always several sides to an issue but only one right side. One verified with evidence, facts, and truth not wild imaginings and reckless speculation. I drop by once in a while because somebody has to give you a reality check.

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      • Hipster Racist
        February 9, 2019

        @redarmyvodka

        Spare us your faux-populism. You can read and write coherently, therefore, you’re an “intellectual.”

        The difference is you are purposefully lying to people who aren’t as educated as you are, so that just makes you a dishonest intellectual.

        the movement however you want to define

        What “movement” is that? I’m not part of any “movement” with you. How in the world did you ever get that impression?

        Maybe you need a history lesson but political power is acquired and maintained mostly through unity.

        Why would I want to help YOU and your employers get power? What in the world makes you think we’re on the same side?

        conspiracy theories

        Yeah, give us some more warmed-over #QAnon conspiracies about how indictments are on the way! Trump vs. the Deep State!

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    • Hipster Racist
      February 9, 2019

      @redarmyvodka

      Also this one, sepcifically:

      For people who love the news many here don’t seem to know much about what’s going on and its significance. … Their support or lack there of is dependent on the news cycle and the latest headlines. Serious people, organizations, and governments don’t change their views on the whims of the agenda driven press.

      This is your copy and paste for Breibart-tards. I doubt anyone here are “SWPL” but we are college educated and well read. I’ve spent years telling people to NOT follow the headlines (Read my “Wag The Dog” series from three years ago, for instance.)

      Go read ICAReview’s posts during the campaign. None of that was “headline driven” – that was research driven. Unlike you – who are pretending Trump appeared on the scene like a debutante at her coming out party – we have actually informed ourselves of Trump’s entire career, going back to his days blackmailing NYC businessmen with Roy Cohn and laundering money for “Mary Carter Paint Company.” We’re the ones who publicized the three Jewish Democrats that started his presidential campaign way back in 2009, people like “Stewie Rah-Rah.”

      You’re the one trying to trick people with headlines and press releases. We’re the ones doing institutional analysis.

      I half expect you to start telling us to pay attention to #QANon next … “trust me, Trump is playing 4-D chess! All this great stuff is going on behind the scenes! The indictments are coming!” LOL.

      This isn’t Breitbart, this isn’t FreeRepublic, and it ain’t NRO either.

      All Trump had to do is to do what he said – issue an executive order ending “birthright citizenship” and it would be on. “Build the wall” is meaningless rhetoric for rubes. Plus, we’re all very familiar with the differences between the administration and the legislature.

      I’m offended the Trump campaign is sending a second-rater like you. Go tell your manager we expected a higher caliber of Trump spam.

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      • redarmyvodka
        February 9, 2019

        Q Anon is fake news and I’ve never once claimed to support any of that garbage. What I do support is based on reality and a better grasp of the historical moment than you. Trump is indeed a multi-billionaire and has been the establishment’s favorite son for years/decades, That doesn’t change the fact that what he’s achieving is revolutionary. Trump never claimed to be a WN Trump has much more in common with president Clinton. Trump’s entire agenda was considered mainstream in 1998 and someone like him should have been president in the 2000s. Instead we got Dubya the worst president in American history followed by the most mediocre/disappointing president in American history. In other words the cumulative effects of two terrible presidencies have taken a massive toll on America. Aryan Skynet was correct about Kushner/Ivanka though I’ll give you that.

        Most people don’t understand the precise differences between the legislative, executive, and judicial branches of government. That’s understandable most people aren’t specialists but some erroneously seem to think we elected a king and not a president. I’ve read on some blogs that people now demand a sixty year moratorium on legal immigration, At no point in the campaign did Trump call for a total end to legal immigration. What some of you people want is crazy and unrealistic matched with absurd expectations.

        Ending birthright citizenship would be a good thing that’s a fair points but I think you’re underestimating the opposition to the president. There are people who want to impeach him and perhaps much worse. President Trump is very powerful but not invincible he needs allies. There is consensus on fighting crime/illegal immigration and boosting border security/creating legal walls at least from the GOP base and the US executive branch. Those are all worthy goals and doable here and now. Your proposals however are a little dangerous. What happens when most of the ideas you want fail as they inevitably will? Trump will have squandered political capital on high risk hail marys when he could have moved the ball down the field in a more cautious and realistic way instead. Now the argument against that is “we’re running out of time” hence all the doom and gloom but I’m not convinced. We’re barely two years into the presidency and a lot can happen. The presidential elections of 1860 and 1960 were the two biggest turning points in US history. I’d argue 2000 was as well albeit on a smaller scale. It’s not easy to undo the work of a president and Trump is very much a turning point in US history on par with 1860 and 1960.

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    • Arch Stanton
      February 9, 2019

      Dude, like chill out! Haven’t you heard? Jesus is coming back next week to take us all to heaven. Until then, we can turn on our TV and watch the next episode of Trump and Jewdy. I hear it’z supposed to be one o’ them “reality TV” shows featuring a new political crisis every week.

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  12. bob saffron
    February 9, 2019

    To me Giuliani’s an active and well-informed participant in 9/11. To know the fruit is to know the tree.

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