The Donald Trump thread

GodfatherPartTwo

Kingfisher
Probably and probably.

I'm still willing to vote for him.

My family was much better off under him than this ass clown and I had more freedom. Period.
While I don't disagree, I get the feeling we are being played. I wouldn't be surprised if he runs and they let him win again, only to crash the party at the end and bring about something even worse than they did last time. Classic Hegelian dialectic style.
 

get2choppaaa

Ostrich
While I don't disagree, I get the feeling we are being played. I wouldn't be surprised if he runs and they let him win again, only to crash the party at the end and bring about something even worse than they did last time. Classic Hegelian dialectic style.
I somehow doubt we can get played any worse than we are now...

Military debacle
Tranny Whitehouse
Vax mandate
 

DanielH

Ostrich
Orthodox
While I don't disagree, I get the feeling we are being played. I wouldn't be surprised if he runs and they let him win again, only to crash the party at the end and bring about something even worse than they did last time. Classic Hegelian dialectic style.
I somehow doubt we can get played any worse than we are now...

Military debacle
Tranny Whitehouse
Vax mandate
Let's say hypothetically Trump is not an actor and was just misguided during his first term. During his first term he ran on just letting the generals do whatever they want - this was a popular position among his supporters, including myself at the time.

Trump has now been burnt by the generals an unbelievable amount of times. We all know that he is at least outwardly an extremely vindictive person. He couldn't work with them, he would try to replace or sideline as many as he could. The military, now run by anti-white communists, would not allow this to happen. The country could not continue peacefully at that point. Trump would be "removed" or there would be a civil war, but it probably wouldn't get to that point. They already ran a successful coup against him and not one of the perpetrators had anything bad physically happen to them. Another possibility is they allow Trump to be even more of a puppet than Biden while the banksters continue running the show.

I just don't see a reality wherein another Trump presidency leads to anything good in the short to medium term. The best case scenario is that it reveals everything as a fraud, including the political "right" and people continue to declare independence on a micro scale by forming small communities, abandoning the USD, and repenting.
 

GodfatherPartTwo

Kingfisher
I couldn't say if Trump is merely an actor, though the signs seem to suggest this. Even if we give him the benefit of the doubt and say he was misguided, it makes little difference in the end. The role that he and the rest of the Right plays (the Antithesis) is designed to lose by its nature as is the Left (the Thesis). The fake two-party system is the perfect smokescreen that keeps the people divided and placated while the powers that be get what they want (((the Synthesis))).

We cannot win the game when they write the rules.
 

Coja Petrus Uscan

Crow
Orthodox Inquirer
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lskdfjldsf

Pelican
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Gold Member
There is pandering (talking about the Holocaust non-stop, condemning anti-Semitism, etc.) which all politicians in the public arena engage in to some extent. Then there is straight up sycophant power-bottoming, where Trump goes on public airwaves and laments that a foreign nation doesn't own Congress.

I don't even think actual Nazis are so explicit in using the term "own" to describe the relationship. What a pathetic and sad state for Trump to be in, commanding absolute loyalty in 2016 and now groveling worse than Dan Crenshaw for table scraps.

If there are any MAGA holdouts still left, watch that interview.
 

Max Roscoe

Pelican
Orthodox Inquirer
Let's say hypothetically Trump is not an actor and was just misguided during his first term. During his first term he ran on just letting the generals do whatever they want - this was a popular position among his supporters, including myself at the time.
The reason this is impossible is because of the lavish media attention candidate Trump was given. It was nonstop Trump coverage EVERY night on the news (from the "liberal" media, no less). They couldn't get enough of him. Contrast this to someone that they actually dislike, like Ron Paul.

I'd love to insert that ridiculous video here of the media totally ignoring Ron Paul from the results of one of the state primaries after coming in 2nd place. They named everyone down to 6th place but completely omitted Paul's 2nd place placing. Jon Stewart did a great piece on it at the time. But of course all scrubbed from memory now.

But yeah, Trump got tens of millions, probably HUNDREDS of millions, in free air time, courtesy of the mainstream media. That is literally what got him elected. NO WAY that happened unless he was approved by the bosses. And now we see why.

As for the generals, that's an old right wing trick. The truth is, there is so much wrong with America, from its economic system to its health care to its culture, to its religious state, but military troops have zero effect on making this a better nation. Like, what, if we just overthrow ONE more banana republic, then things will get good for us? Anyway, the generals are much less gung ho about war than the politicians are.
 

Easy_C

Peacock
There's a lot of speculation to make about him, but for now I want to remind you of one thing we know for sure because it was proven in a leak:

The Clinton campaign collaborated with the media to push Trump as a "pied piper" candidate because they thought he would lead the Republicans into a complete loss.
 

get2choppaaa

Ostrich
There's a lot of speculation to make about him, but for now I want to remind you of one thing we know for sure because it was proven in a leak:

The Clinton campaign collaborated with the media to push Trump as a "pied piper" candidate because they thought he would lead the Republicans into a complete loss.
Good point. Complete misjudgment and faulty political calculous.

The Clinton's are pretty shrewd. They did not think there was enough populist appeal in America to do anything but accept the next logical step. President Hildog...

The irony is of course he led them to an overwhelming victory in 2016, and was screwed by Ryan/McConnel on delivering his promises...and Screwed in 2020 by the country club.

So in the end the Clintons were right in a way... just not as they forsaw.
 

GodfatherPartTwo

Kingfisher
Good point. Complete misjudgment and faulty political calculous.

The Clinton's are pretty shrewd. They did not think there was enough populist appeal in America to do anything but accept the next logical step. President Hildog...

The irony is of course he led them to an overwhelming victory in 2016, and was screwed by Ryan/McConnel on delivering his promises...and Screwed in 2020 by the country club.

So in the end the Clintons were right in a way... just not as they forsaw.
Which confirms all the more that people like the Clintons, Obama, Bidet, etc. are not the ones who are controlling the levers of power. They are middle management and mere puppets of their bosses.
 

Max Roscoe

Pelican
Orthodox Inquirer
Trump is taking credit (lol) for getting the Billionaire CEO of the Binladen/Bush Regime globohomo firm The Carlyle Group elected as governor of Virginia.


Just what America needs, amirite? A Zionist pedo billionaire from the George Soros club?

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kamoz

Kingfisher
Gold Member
The reason this is impossible is because of the lavish media attention candidate Trump was given. It was nonstop Trump coverage EVERY night on the news (from the "liberal" media, no less). They couldn't get enough of him. Contrast this to someone that they actually dislike, like Ron Paul.

I'd love to insert that ridiculous video here of the media totally ignoring Ron Paul from the results of one of the state primaries after coming in 2nd place. They named everyone down to 6th place but completely omitted Paul's 2nd place placing. Jon Stewart did a great piece on it at the time. But of course all scrubbed from memory now.

But yeah, Trump got tens of millions, probably HUNDREDS of millions, in free air time, courtesy of the mainstream media. That is literally what got him elected. NO WAY that happened unless he was approved by the bosses. And now we see why.

As for the generals, that's an old right wing trick. The truth is, there is so much wrong with America, from its economic system to its health care to its culture, to its religious state, but military troops have zero effect on making this a better nation. Like, what, if we just overthrow ONE more banana republic, then things will get good for us? Anyway, the generals are much less gung ho about war than the politicians are.

True but he’s completely silenced now. In fact, while he was still a sitting President, he was getting censored at the end of his term. We may be desensitized to it now, but when it happened it was unbelievable.

Trump won not due to media coverage, which was reminiscent of white blood cells attacking a virus, it was due to his rallies, which he tirelessly performed especially leading up to the 2016 election.

Also, why would the establishment commit such blatant fraud to prevent a second term, which has been standard with establishment candidates for such a long time?

No, the story of Trump is simple. He was an American that wanted to help his country. Look at his interviews going back 30 years. Witnessing 9/11 firsthand likely convinced him to go through with a presidency. Throughout the 2000s he likely pursued reality TV and other forms of entertainment (WWE) to build popularity and develop the personality necessary to win over the masses.

So what happened to him in the end? Why did he lead his most ardent supporters into a trap (to then be tortured in prison) only to flee and then denounce them? Why is he saying ridiculous things contrary to his base (support for the vax) and sometimes just not making any sense at all (not like anyone in sufficient numbers hears it anyway)? He cracked. He went off the deep end. I’ve seen this happen to a number of people in my life - it happens. Trump was under stress that no one here can even imagine. I’m sure he got threatened numerous times. I’m the end, he was unable to go the distance. It does not excuse his actions, especially at the end. But his story is a tragedy.

Regardless, consider this. There are probably some here who would be willing to be martyrs for God and country. But who of you would be willing to martyr your family?
 

Coja Petrus Uscan

Crow
Orthodox Inquirer
Gold Member
Also, why would the establishment commit such blatant fraud to prevent a second term, which has been standard with establishment candidates for such a long time?

Yes. There were probably 100,000+ raging Democrats and neo-cons in the system, losing their mind and letting their masks shatter on the floor in the attempt to get rid of him. I don't think that's the kind of thing that could be easily orchestrated or controlled. It looks like the natural reaction of a bunch of insiders protecting their turf.

I think you can compare it to Bernard Sanders. If I was the establishment I would see zero threat from Crazy Bernie. I am sure he would do everything that they demanded. All they would have to do is give him a gobby black VP who grabs his mic when he goes off script. There is not much that Bernie is really off script with and when he is it would be easy to shut down. Bernie is a natural cuck and a roll-over specialist.

The issue with Bernie, for them, is that he is not 100% bought and paid for and they probably don't have any dirt on him. That is why they went gung-ho against Bernie with Chis Slimeball Matthews saying he is a communist who will round people up and put them in camps.

The institutions are self-selecting. To progress through you are going to have to show complete loyalty to those above you. Anyone who is dangerous is filtered out in their late teens and early twenties. Those in the institutions instinctively react, in viscous packs and like white blood cells, to exterminate any threats to the establishment that is tailored for them.

Through Trump is Israel first, his proposed policy platform - much of which he perused, was a virus to the majority of people in the institutions. He also represents a complete reveal of the establishment temperamental, which is negative-feminine; emotional manipulation; covert means; Trojan horses; obsequiousness etc. While Trump covered himself in barbed wire, telling them exactly what he would do and who he is.

This contrast between slippery feminine manipulation and brazen masculine forthrightness is kryptonite to them. It is that more than any of their policies that made them reveal the extent America is a deranged one-party deep state. From 2015 the real political divide in America was revealed, in which most of the Republican establishment moved into The Democratic Party.

If Trump is an actor or in some way a puppet/stooge being used to bring about a synthesis, the evidence of which does not appear to be on display.
 
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