The Trump Era Begins

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  1. Don Wassall

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    In fairness to White women, the "gender gap" in voting is almost entirely attributable to single, professional, urban women, who are almost always feminists, and often lesbians. The voting patterns of married White women are close to those of married White men, with both groups favorable to Republicans and conservative views. Trump won by winning the "White vote," though Whites still need to vote in much greater numbers as a bloc to avoid being subsumed very soon in national elections.

    Even though Hillary won the popular vote and nearly the electoral vote, her strength was predominantly from wealthy, large population urban counties and from non-Whites. Trump won 30 of the 50 states, and a remarkable 2,623 counties to 489 counties for Hillary. This phenomenon has flipped the traditional view that the Republicans are the party of the rich and the Dems the party of the working class. To quote from the Intelligence Report in this month's Nationalist Times, regarding Amazon's highly publicized sham search for a second headquarters:

    "So as we look back at this sorry saga, about the best that can be said for Amazon is that it was merely surfing the trend; that is, it was doing what all the other tech (and finance) companies have been doing, namely, clustering in a few global-oriented urban nodes, all the while ignoring the rest of America. This concentration of wealth in the biggest and most connected cities has been going on for a long while. Last year, The Wall Street Journal detailed the ongoing urban engorgement in a series of charts — one showing, for example, that per capita personal wealth in urban areas is more than triple that in rural areas. Moreover, as we also know, the gentrification of the cities has actually made these places more liberal and more Democratic. Yes, in a complete inversion from the past pattern, the Democrats are now the party of the rich. That’s why, in 2016, nine of the ten richest states voted for Hillary Clinton, while nine of the ten poorest states voted for Donald Trump. The enrichment of the Democrats was even more pronounced in the voting this year: In “First Things,” Williams College political scientist Darel E. Paul points out that of the 66 richest Congressional districts in the country, the Democrats now control 56 of them. . . "

    If/when Hillary's coalition wins back the presidency, they'll make sure it's for good, Californication on a scale that will be irreversible. Given how Trump is all talk and no action (see for example Ann Coulter's latest, "Break Ground, Not Promises," https://www.takimag.com/article/break-ground-not-promises/), we're most likely counting down the last two years of relative freedom for Trump's "deplorables." Trump has no intention of taking on Antifa, nor the big tech companies and their censoring of rightist opinion, and he's obviously not going to "drain the swamp." These will be seen in retrospect as the good old days compared to what's just around the corner.
     
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  2. sport historian

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    What's My Line goes back to the early 1950's. It was better then, especially the mystery guests.
     
  3. sport historian

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    "These will be seen in retrospect as the good old days compared to what's just around the corner."

    I've been thinking the same thing.
     
  4. Truthteller

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    Thanks for the input, sports historian. After looking the show up, I realized it did go back into the 50's. Actually, it ran from 1950 to 1975, so I caught the episodes from the end of it's run.

    Again, I brought What's My Line? up here, because after I looked up Wendell Anderson and found he was an extreme liberal, it really showed how the long the "elite media" has tried to push the progressive agenda (albeit subtly in 1972) upon the American people -- even in unexpected places like a syndicated game show that mostly ran between 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm. I seriously doubt they would have ever allowed a Southern U.S. or California-based conservative to be a featured guest contestant, particularly once the 1970's rolled around.

    By the way, one of the more intelligent panelists I saw was a man named Bill Cullen, who I've known about for a while but never bothered to find about. Looking him up the other day, I was surprised to see he was once a play-by-play man for the Pittsburgh Steelers, before he made it in Hollywood. Wikipedia didn't go into detail if it was radio or TV or what year? Heck, he might've even worked with the annoying Myron Cope? I guess I could look it up online, but? Also Bill Cullen did pro hockey in Pittsburgh, prior to the arrival of the Penguins. I assume he's absolutely no relation to Ontario native John Cullen, who was an All-Star center for the Penguins for a brief period of time in the early 1990's.
     
  5. sport historian

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    Bill Cullen (per Wikipedia) worked as an announcer for the Steelers in the early 1940's, WAY before Myron Cope. In the 50's, What's My Line had mystery guests like Joe DiMaggio, Gary Cooper, and Audie Murphy. The times were far different then from the 70's.
     
  6. Extra Point

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    Here's a video of Ted Cruz talking about the border wall and how the Democrats refused to fund the Coast Guard during the shutdown.
     
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    Here's a video of Ted Cruz talking about the border wall and how the Democrats refused to fund the Coast Guard during the shutdown.

     
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    i received this recently via Faceberg and thought i’d share. it’s interesting if true, and i look forward to hearing any of your thoughts:

    President Trump is asking everyone to forward this email to a minimum of 20 people, and to ask each of those to do likewise.

    In three days, most people in the United States will have the message. This is an idea that should be passed around, regardless of political party.

    The TRUMP Rules: Congressional Reform Act of 2017

    1. No Tenure / No Pension. A Congressman/woman collects a salary while in office and receives no pay when they're out of office. And, no more perks go with them.

    2. Congress (past, present, & future) participates in Social Security. All funds in the Congressional retirement fund move to the Social Security system immediately. All future funds flow into the Social Security system, and Congress participates with the American people. It may not be used for any other purpose.

    3. Congress must purchase their own retirement plan, just as ALL Americans do.

    4. Congress will no longer vote themselves a pay raise. Congressional pay will rise by the lower of CPI or 3%.

    5. Congress loses their current health care system and participates in the same health care system as the American people.

    6. Congress must equally abide by all laws they impose on the American people (i.e. NO MORE INSIDER TRADING!!!).

    7. All contracts with past and present Congressmen/women are void. The American people did not make this contract with Congressmen/women. Congress made all these contracts by and for themselves.

    Serving in Congress is an honor and privledge NOT a career. The Founding Fathers envisioned citizen legislators should serve their term(s), then go home and go back to work … not get all kinds of freebies.

    NO WONDER THEY’RE FIGHTING EVERYTHING HE TRIES! Pass it on!!!! Let's help TRUMP drain the swamp!! Just hold your finger down then hit forward and send it to everyone you know. Let’s help trump get the country straightened out.
     
  9. white is right

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    It looks like screaming "Native American" banshee Warren will be leading the way for creeping socialism if he she can win the Democratic primaries. While I feel that richer people aren't paying their fair share of taxes these floated raises are obscene and could further drive the rich to tax havens if Warren and her friends win power in 2020........https://www.politico.com/story/2019/02/04/democrats-taxes-economy-policy-2020-1144874
     
  10. Extra Point

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    If it's true it will never pass. And the mainstream media will never comment on it.
     
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    It didn't work in Russia, China, Cambodia or Venezuela so the Democrats want to try it here.

    The Democrats should stop pussyfooting around, change their name to the Communist Party and make the hammer and sickle their symbol.
     
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    More appropriately the “Satanic Party” with a pentagram or statue of Baphonet as their (true) “symbol”.
     
  13. white is right

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    Globohomo: Trump Administration Launches Global Crusades To Promote Feminism and Homosexuality

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    The trainwreck that is the Trump administration has only intensified since the 2018 midterms. Let’s briefly recap all the winning we have seen from Trump and the GOP since November:

    – The promised executive order on birthright citizenship never materialized
    – Trump warned Antifa that they “could be in big trouble” and forget about it after the midterms
    – Criminal justice reform passed Congress and was signed into law
    – President Trump signed an executive order to “revitalize” blighted black communities in places like Detroit
    – Brett Kavanaugh sided with the Left in an abortion case. John Roberts also sided with the Left on an abortion law
    – President Trump issued an executive order banning bump stocks
    – President Trump announced that troops were being withdrawn from Syria and Afghanistan, but later said they had to stay there “to protect Israel”
    – In order to save face with his base, President Trump started the longest partial government shutdown in history only to cave and and reopen the government
    – Trump signed the Elie Wiesel Genocide and Atrocities Prevention Act
    – The GOP Senate passed a federal anti-lynching bill after the Jussie Smollett race hoax
    – The GOP Congress purged Steve King from committee assignments and condemned White Nationalism for a second time
    – The US withdrew from the INF nuclear treaty with Russia
    – Opioid overdoses hit a new record under Trump
    – President Trump signed USMCA aka NAFTA 2.0 which was endorsed by the US Chamber of Commerce
    – When the GOP Congress returned to business, it passed the anti-BDS bill, new sanctions on Syria and the $38 billion dollar foreign aid package for Israel
    – The GOP Senate passed a resolution condemning Trump’s planned withdrawal from Syria and Afghanistan
    – Roger Stone, a close Trump associate, was arrested by the FBI
    – President Trump signed the spending bill amnesty which doubled H-2B visas in exchange for 55 miles of bollard fencing. The bill contained a potential amnesty for millions of illegal aliens and a $200 million increase in foreign aid to Israel.
    – Trump recently said at a rally that he wants more legal immigration than ever before
    – Trump used the State of the Union address to talk about ending HIV, World War 2 and the Holocaust and fighting the scourges of socialism and anti-Semitism
    Border apprehensions have jumped by a stunning 84 percent over 2018 as illegal immigration is soaring back to levels unseen since the George W. Bush administration.
    – The Trump administration declared a national emergency to impose sanctions on Venezuela , hired neocon Elliot Abrams as “special envoy” to Venezuela and has thrown its 100% support behind regime change in Venezuela
    – Mike Pence visited Auschwitz and compared Iran to Nazi Germany and accused Iran of plotting a new Holocaust
    – The House unanimously voted to declare that “fighting anti-Semitism” is a US national security interest
    – Trump demanded that Rep. Ilhan Omar resign over anti-Semitism for criticizing AIPAC
    – Trump nominated Jeffrey Rosen to replace Rod Rosenstein as Deputy AG
    – Trump declared a national emergency to build the border wall which was immediately hit with lawsuits as everyone knew it would be

    It is in this context that last week the Trump administration unveiled Ivanka’s Global Women’s Development and Empowerment Initiative:

    “WASHINGTON — President Trump is planning to introduce an initiative on Thursday that will seek to help bring economic security to 50 million women across the world by 2025, a program that his eldest daughter, Ivanka Trump, has hailed as a nonpartisan and “generous” approach to women’s empowerment.

    The plan, which the White House is calling the Women’s Global Development and Prosperity Initiative, will draw from a $50 million starter fund from the United States Agency for International Development, and will team up with several private companies, including UPS and Walmart, Ms. Trump said. The White House is expected to officially announce the initiative on Thursday afternoon.

    The Trump administration has often been guided by an isolationist credo espoused by the president and his advisers: Last year, an administration plan to cut U.S.A.I.D.’s foreign aid budget was met with a bipartisan backlash. …”

    ‘America First’ now means a global crusade for feminism.

    The news broke yesterday that this week the Trump administration is launching another global crusade to decriminalize homosexuality all over the world:

    “The Trump administration will launch an effort to decriminalize homosexuality in countries where it is still illegal, as part of a diplomatic push for LGBTQ rights — and an effort to isolate Iran, which persecutes homosexuals.

    NBC News reported Tuesday that the effort is to be led by U.S. Ambassador to Germany Richard Grenell, a staunch Trump supporter who is among the highest-ranking openly gay officials ever to serve in the U.S. government. Grenell is currently among the front-runners to succeed Nikki Haley as UN Ambassador.

    There are 72 countries that still criminalize homosexuality, and eight that apply the death penalty, according to NBC. One is U.S. ally Saudi Arabia, according to a report by a gay rights organization cited by NBC News.

    The Trump administration has been criticized by LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer) activists in the U.S. for barring transgender volunteers from serving in the U.S. military, and rescinding a policy from the previous administration encouraging special accommodation for transgender students in public schools.

    However, Trump has stayed out of debates over same-sex marriage and has promoted gay officials, such as Grenell, who share his broader agenda. …”

    This is part of a broader effort to demonize Iran as the new “Nazi Germany” which is plotting a second Holocaust against Israel. Iran is evil for its intolerance of homosexuality.

    In fairness, this isn’t a new thing for Trump. He said when he accepted the Republican nomination that he would go out of his way to protect the LGBTQ community. He also campaigned on corporate tax cuts, protecting Israel and ending the Iran deal. It’s just that … the only reason that so many people swallowed so much of this other stuff and voted for Trump is because they believed he made up for it with his rhetoric on immigration, trade, foreign policy and political correctness.

    It turns out that Trump was serious about doing all these things we hated. He wasn’t serious about doing any of things we wanted him to do. The Trump presidency has only intensified the agenda of mainstream conservatism and shifted the Overton Window to the Left on blacks (criminal justice reform), Hispanics (muh Dreamers), homosexuals (globohomo) and Jews (virtually everything that the GOP and the Trump administration does is some “pro-Israel” victory).

    Note: Normally, I am at odds with Nick Fuentes, but even he agrees now that reality of the Trump administration is that we have been getting all of these things that we don’t support and none of the things which were the reasons we voted for Trump.

    http://www.occidentaldissent.com/20...usades-to-promote-feminism-and-homosexuality/
     
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    We can surmise then that all this and more were the reasons he was allowed to win. Yes, allowed...by the PTB.

    Any cursory reading of "The International Jew" by Henry Ford written in 1920 will tell us all we need(ed) to know 99 years ago. They never change and only intensify their coordinated efforts and plans to destroy us. Voting for Trump didn't slow them down much. We might say it just allowed them to accomplish the "things done for the end game" while a Republican is in Office. They win either way considering their long-term goals.

    I will say this here and now: Voting is no longer going to help our People. Only a coordinated and combined effort of Whites to literally see these snakes as a lifelong, life-threatening enemy and respond as such is the only answer. Wake up as many Whites as you can, guys. It's on...
     
  16. Don Wassall

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    Trump was going well there for a while, but the last month or so it's been one betrayal after another. But I'm afraid, given the dynamics of the perpetual two-party monopoly, most of his base -- which isn't nearly as well informed as the racially aware remnant -- will remain fervently behind him all through the next presidential election cycle. His rhetoric and tweets will remain right-on, which is all it takes to fool America's large but shrinking mass of easily manipulated conservatives.

    Unfortunately, racially aware Whites can't or won't do anything productive to help the situation other than bemoan it. It's been that way for a long time and sadly it's unlikely to change. And I'm not talking about violence, I mean above-board activism, Whites just won't do it in this country, alone among Western nations.
     
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    True as true can be.

    Here's hoping and to pursuing a growing remnant!
     
  18. NordicKnight89

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    Trump is lost now. I still have hope and residual respect, but I don't think we're going to get anything more from Trump. He's had the Deep State pushing him around for a while, but what really pisses me off is Kushner, who's gone full Globalist Jew. I have a couple of Jewish friends who are Stephen Miller types and they hate Kushner. This homosexuality push is coming from his "advisors" who've basically taken over.
     

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