Given a choice between Trump and Clinton, Trump is certainly the lesser of two evils. Yet out of this apparent evil, according to the writer of this article, something good may come.
Is this a choice between two poisons, one deadlier than the other?
Or does one of these apparent poisons have rare medicinal properties? Read More
SIMULATED OUTRAGE in the Daily News
LD : Arch Stanton makes a highly controversial claim in this article: that the Jews are going flat out to give the impression they hold Trump in total detestation, portraying him as the ‘New Hitler’ who will unleash Armageddon if elected. However, the same Jews are deliberately (in their controlled media) making Hillary Clinton looks increasingly unelectable, Stanton claims, and they are doing their best to whip up a tremendous enthusiasm for Trump among the masses . In other words, Trump is their man of choice — but they need to pretend they hate him. Read More
We have no dog in this fight and back neither candidate for the American presidency. As conscientious non-voters, we wouldn’t vote for either Trump or Clinton on principle. This is clearly a choice between the devil you know (Hillary Clinton) and the devil you don’t know (Donald Trump).
Good luck, America! — You’ll need it. Read More
Louis Farrakhan, firebrand leader of Nation of Islam, denounces Hillary Clinton and praises Donald Trump in the first two short videos featured here (11-minutes in total). In the final 2-minute video, Farrakhan advocates violence and bloodshed as the only way forward. He said this only hours before the recent killings in Dallas.
Farrakhan, sometimes vilified by Jewry as “the Black Hitler”, is not too keen on Jews.
He once said: “The Blackman will never be free until we address the relationship between Blacks and Jews.” And later he added: “That nation called Israel never has had any peace in 40 years and she will never have any peace because there can be no peace structured on injustice, thievery, lying and deceit and using the name of God to shield your dirty religion…” [LD] Read More
Many good comments have been made here on the Trump phenomenon. We pick out this one for publication as a mini-article because it offers a neat and balanced summation. (Ed.)
Trust me, I’m a politician.
[LD] This lively discussion is not to be missed. The three participants agree that the most important issue now facing America is immigration and that Donald Trump is the man of the hour. The Donald is not a Jewish stooge, they insist; he is the genuine thing. If elected, there will be sweeping changes in America for the good.
Meanwhile, the alternative candidate for the presidency, Hillary Clinton, is too appalling a prospect even to consider, a sadistic psycho—“We came, we saw, he died!”—who would give Israel and the Washington neoconservatives everything they wanted, including a war in Iran which would finally ignite WWIII. Read More
TRANSCRIPT of Donald Trump’s Speech to AIPAC
“My daughter, Ivanka, is about to have a beautiful Jewish baby! . . . the bond between the United States and Israel is absolutely, totally unbreakable!”
. . . by Kevin MacDonald
Sourced from the Occidental Observer
This essay is based on a speech given at NPI’s 2016 winter conference, Identity Politics; first posted at Radix.
The Donald Trump phenomenon is amazing. I’ve never seen such enthusiasm for a politician—ever. His rallies are overflowing with emotion. This scares a lot of people because it conjures up images of populism, and even fascism. There’s something about crowds of cheering White people that terrifies America’s elites, especially when the speaker is criticizing their long-standing immigration policies. Read More
By Peter Incognito
Donald Trump (pictured). ‘Not a fascist, but an alpha-male nationalist.’
The recently published article by Chris Hedges, The Revenge of the Lower Classes and the Rise of Fascism, is hopelessly misguided. From beginning to end, it is wrong in all its assumptions and in virtually every idea it puts forward.
I’m not going to address every false idea it advances, just a few.
First, Trump is not a fascist, not that I think being a “fascist” makes someone a bad person. There may be a time and place for fascism, like in Europe in the thirties when the Jewish dominated Soviet Union was murdering tens of millions of Soviet citizens. Read More
By Chris Hedges
College-educated elites, on behalf of corporations, carried out the savage neoliberal assault on the working poor. Now they are being made to pay. Their duplicity—embodied in politicians such as Bill and Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama—succeeded for decades. These elites, many from East Coast Ivy League schools, spoke the language of values—civility, inclusivity, a condemnation of overt racism and bigotry, a concern for the middle class—while thrusting a knife into the back of the underclass for their corporate masters. This game has ended. Read More
Mark Glenn, 2016
Sourced from The Ugly Truth
Just as thunder, lightning, and wind announce an impending storm, likewise, certain political rumblings oftentimes dictate likely futures, and one of those very-likely ‘tomorrows’ figuring powerfully in world events may very well be a short speech by Sen. Marco Rubio following the assassination of one Donald J. Trump that might sound something like this–
‘There are no words, no condolences that suffice in expressing the grief that all Americans feel tonight at the terrible tragedy that’s taken place…On a political level, yes, Donald was my adversary, but there is no doubt that he was also a true American who believed in his country, and in the end, he paid the ultimate price for doing so. I for one will not allow his death to go in vain, but instead vow to all of you, the great people of America, that as President I will continue the work that Donald sought to accomplish in repairing this great country of ours. May Donald rest in peace and may God bless the United States of America…’
And guess what? The guys who did 9/11 are sweating blood — because they know the game is up if Trump gets into the White House.
By Syed A.R. Zaidi
One of them’s dead . . . the others are still at large
By Mahmoud El-Yousseph
December 15, 2015
Leading GOP Presidential Candidate Donald Trump calling for “Total and Complete Ban on Muslims Entering US” is the worst public insult directed against Muslims I have ever heard in 40 years living in America.
He has even suggested that American Muslims be required to register in a database and having their mosques be put under surveillance or completely shut down. The proposal will affect US citizens visiting abroad and US Muslim soldiers returning back home from tours of duty and risking their lives. Read More