Once Aryan Skynet Goes Live It Doesn't Matter Who Pulled The Switch
Mr. Soros, you are advanced in years. At eighty-eight, there is only so much more that you will be able to add to the accomplishments of your remarkable lifetime of philanthropy. It is time to consider securing your greatest historical legacy; and, as much as your generosity has already achieved in the promotion of open societies in Europe and elsewhere, there remains a single task – a Herculean labor – that will crown the monument we erect in global memory of you.
Two years ago, you rightly diagnosed Donald Trump as a “would-be dictator”, “impostor and con-man”, and predicted that his presidency would inevitably end in failure. In an age of polarization, however, Trump’s poor performance in the Oval Office hardly guarantees his defeat in 2020. Your previous support of Kamala Harris is both wise and admirable; but if Harris becomes the Democratic nominee for America’s highest office, she is likely to alienate as many voters as she attracts.
You have indicated an intention not to come out in support of any Democratic contender until the nomination is finally secured. Even so, the time to begin building the infrastructure for Democratic victory is now. In the wake of his State of the Union address of this week and his inability or unwillingness to deliver the wall and other actions he promised to his movement, President Trump’s support among the most reactionary and radical elements of his base has eroded. He is in a weak position heading into 2020, but what ought to worry the president’s advisors most is not the prospect of facing an upbeat, progressive Democratic campaign, but the specter of a challenge from the right.
Widespread disaffection with conventional GOP politics had everything to do with Donald Trump’s insurgent nomination as his party’s candidate in 2016. This dissatisfaction also swelled the ranks of the dissident movement collectively dubbed the Alt-Right. Movement figurehead Richard Spencer is openly mulling a run for the presidency in 2020. With little more than a YouTube channel and Twitter account to promote his platform, however, he poses little threat to the decrepit but still formidable machinery of the Republican Party. “Let’s see if I’m crazy enough to do this,” Spencer told his audience Tuesday night. “We might need to build up some infrastructure first […] but I am absolutely convinced that we need something that insane, as Spencer 2020.”
Are you crazy enough to do this, Mr. Soros? As V.I. Lenin said, “The best way to control the opposition is to lead it ourselves.” Spencer, of course, stands no chance of winning, but the point, from our perspective, is not to secure the presidency for third-positionism, but to ensure that opposition to our candidate is divided. Give Spencer an organization, a party, a war chest, and media presence. With Spencer in the race and backed by some shell corporation or shadowy PAC with labyrinthine flows of capital untraceable to you or the Open Society Foundation, the bloom will have totally fallen from the novelty of Trump. The Democratic contender – no matter whether it turns out to be Harris, Booker, Biden, Warren, Gabbard, or Schultz – would be assured of a win with Trump and Spencer vying for the support of divided middle-American voters.
Fatally hobbling this con-man and would-be dictator’s chances of reelection and thereby cementing a Democratic hegemony going forward would, moreover, go a long way toward expiating the stain of your own unfortunate prior dealings with the president. With nominations to the Supreme Court at stake and America’s very future identity hanging in the balance, these are not hours for mincing prudence. Are you ready for victory in 2020? Are you finally prepared, Mr. Soros, to actually become who you are?
Rainer Chlodwig von K.
Rainer is the author of Protocols of the Elders of Zanuck: Psychological Warfare and Filth at the Movies – the DEFINITIVE Alt-Right statement on Hollywood!