A Little More in Defense of Donald Trump
As an American, my fellow citizens, three years ago we launched the great American comeback. Tonight, I stand before you to share the incredible results. Jobs are booming, incomes are soaring, poverty is plummeting, crime is falling, confidence is surging, and our country is thriving and highly respected again. America’s enemies are on the run, America’s fortunes are on the rise, and America’s future is blazing bright. The years of economic decay are over. The days of our country being used, taken advantage of, and even scorned by other nations are long behind us. [applause]
Gone too are the broken promises, jobless recoveries, tired platitudes, and constant excuses for the depletion of American wealth, power, and prestige. In just three short years, we have shattered the mentality of American decline, and we have rejected the downsizing of Americans’ destiny. We have totally rejected the downsizing. We’re moving forward at a pace that was unimaginable just a short time ago. And we are never, ever going back. [applause]
—the beginning of Donald Trump’s 2020 State of the Union Address
A spectacle seemingly unprecedented in American history is overshadowing the political scene in the USA. What this strange spectacle is, depends upon who it is who explains it to you. If a leftist (or one of the few remaining globalist neoconservatives) is the explainer, then the problem is that the President of the United States is an evil, cowardly, and corrupt mafioso bent on destroying the US Constitution and “American values,” and striving to become some kind of totalitarian dictator. (They’ve accused every Republican President since Reagan of similar horrors, although with Trump they are really outdoing themselves.) On the other hand, one of Trump’s supporters would more likely explain that the leftist Democrats are the evil ones, and are trying to wreck the Constitution and overthrow a duly elected President, and usher in a white-minority socialist state by any expedient means that come to hand, with the neoconservative relicts of the old GOP furtively helping in any way they figure they possibly can without destroying their political standing even worse than it already is. As for myself, I have gravitated towards the latter, more nationalist interpretation, although without regarding either side as particularly “evil.”
The way it seems to me, a corrupt establishment ruling elite are doing their damnedest to destroy a very dangerous rival (that is Mr. Trump), who is very effectively wrecking the globalist agenda of the Brave New World Order—and they are failing miserably, or hilariously, again depending upon who it is that is explaining the situation.
Really though, this kind of private scheming and public histrionics has been going on since ancient times. The history of Classical Athens alone gives plenty of examples of one political faction endeavoring ruthlessly to overthrow a rival political faction, often to the detriment of the state, as well as to the detriment of the individual conspirators and their faction. Thus far in the USA there have been several botched attempts to overthrow Mr. Trump at this point, indicating some remarkably outrageous ineptitude on the part of the rival faction.
If Trump wins reelection in November of 2020 (which appears likely so long as nothing really weird happens), but his Republican Party does not regain control of the House of Representatives (which will depend on how effectively the various propaganda outlets can spin reality in their favor), then probably several more attempts to overthrow him, or at least incapacitate him, will be perpetrated—unless, just maybe, the Democratic voters themselves will rise up in rebellion against a Party that seems to have little on their agenda other than attacking the President. Then again, hatred of Trump is almost the only policy that is holding the increasingly fragmented Democratic Party together at this point. On the other hand, if the Democrats somehow manage to overcome their rampant ineptitude and even regain a majority in both Houses of Congress, then President Trump might be unable to accomplish much of anything, which of course would then be blamed on him.
Thus far, even with Democrats and the eclipsed never-Trump neoconservatives fighting him every step of the way, President Trump has accomplished a great deal. Just listing a few things off the top of my head, without searching out any lists, he has renegotiated trade deals that were formerly cases of the USA voluntarily taking hits for the sake of globalism, he has done much to secure the borders, and has also of course deregulated business and reduced federal taxes for most people—the result of all this being record-breaking reduced unemployment (especially for “marginalized groups”) and the net worth of the poor increasing greatly. The stock market also is breaking records. Also he has appointed a multitude of literalist, conservative court judges who reject a “liberal” interpretation of the US Constitution. Furthermore he has beefed up the US military while insisting that nations like Germany pay more to defend themselves. Terrorist groups and Islamist leaders have been defeated or greatly weakened, and foreign nations have been required to show greater respect for the “Great Satan of the West.” Also, political correctness hysteria and cultural Marxist identity politics, though still raging, are now losing momentum and are beginning to show signs of going grotesquely out of fashion. And to top it all off, people are now waking up by the millions (being “red-pilled”) to the fact that the corporate mainstream media, almost all of them, are completely biased, corrupt, dishonest, and propagandistic. In short, America is prospering under President Trump, and experiencing changes a non-leftist would consider to be for the better, with the biggest problem in the nation thus far being the raging hysteria whipped up against him and his supporters by a political faction desperate to take him down, and willing to damage the nation in order to do it. Hell, leftist celebrities publicly express eager hope for recessions, mass shootings, and wars just to make Trump look bad.
Considering all of Trump’s accomplishments thus far, and the current state of prosperity and strength in the USA, the man would be considered a good President even if the Democrats had been cooperating with him. But considering that all he has accomplished has been in defiance of the left, with the Democrats and vestigial neocons resisting his every attempt to accomplish anything, I think Trump could qualify as a great President. This is not to say he is a great or even good person, however. There is a difference.
All this indicates that nationalism and a willingness to fight back are vastly superior to feminized cultural Marxist globalism and managed decline. Darwin was right, and the struggle for survival goes to the fittest and the strongest. All this may also indicate that more or less conservative white guys are more effective at running a political, economic, cultural, technological, and military superpower, let alone a political party, than are brown folks, women, and Jewish leftists (notice the predominance of that last group among the Trump hating “resistance”: Schiff, Nadler, and Schumer are all left-leaning Hebrews, as are several of the impeachment witnesses called by the Democratic faction, plus Democratic front-runner and Marxist Bernie Sanders, not to mention that Cohen guy who brought the bucket of chicken to Congress as a strange way of mocking the President’s appointed Attorney General). Trump’s renovated Republican Party isn’t just a Party of white men, though its leaders tend to be that way, with a few white (mostly blonde) women, and it appears to be working out much better than the irrational, hysterical, and often dim-witted token politicians elected for the sake of political correctness and “diversity.” Masculinity and objectivity apparently outcompete femininity and feelings, at least in the realm of modern power politics. Evidently the Republicans are more of the opinion that the most qualified person for a job should be the one who gets it, even in politics.
With regard to those accusing Mr. Trump of being a coward, or weak and insecure, and so forth, I would point out again that the man obviously has cojones of tungsten, and is a fighter, regardless of the mountain of sneering accusations hurled against him. Just the act of perpetrating a hostile takeover of the Republican Party in 2016 is evidence of some outstanding audacity and shrewdness, for crying out loud. Also—and seriously consider this—pretty much all of the people abusing him for his perceived insecurity would be utterly crushed if they were subjected to the same level of mass-hysterical hatred, contempt, and hostility. Most of the celebrity “newscasters” of the infotainment industry who bash Trump on a daily basis would wind up suicidal or committed to a mental institution if they were hysterically hated and reviled at anything near the level that the President experiences. Seriously. He even manages to fight back, and effectively too, which really exasperates his haters. As I’ve written before, the feminized Democratic Party has become essentially the anti-testicles party; and these effete elitists and irrational progressives simply do not know how to deal with an aggressive alpha power shark who not only likes to fight, but is rather good at it. Hell, he’s even taught some of the establishment Republicans how to fight. The best defense may be a good offense.
Even so, I’m pretty sure that Donald Trump would prefer that the mainstream media liked him instead of hating him. That’s completely natural. So the thing is that, although the mainstream propagandists who hate him are continually bashing him for bashing them, I’d bet that if they suddenly started favoring him he’d be quite willing to let bygones be bygones and stop bashing them. He’s simply hitting back, adopting the pragmatic Israeli strategy of not necessarily looking for trouble, but striking back five times as hard in the event of being attacked. Too bad more Republican politicians haven’t learned to fight; otherwise the mass of corruption and scandal dating at least as far back as the FBI’s operation Crossfire Hurricane, with its main source of “information” being a hoax dossier paid for by the Hillary Clinton campaign, would be thoroughly looked into, as well as the very fishy origins of the “whistleblower” complaint which launched the most recent impeachment attempt. Hell, somebody might even look into the matter of who killed Seth Rich.
Now that the recent impeachment attempt, basically a failed coup attempt to be added to the DNC’s list of recent failures, is over, the Democrats will have to find, or more likely just cook up, some other scandal to use as an anti-Trump bludgeon. (Since typing that last sentence I’ve learned that the hysterical Democrats are talking of Trump “abusing power again” by tweeting in defense of his indicted former advisor Roger Stone.) This is because, as I say, opposition to the Bad Orange Man is almost the only thing holding the opposition party together. The hostility has gotten to the point that just about anything the President favors, the Democrats oppose. And since Trump has learned that favoring what is popular is the road to success, the Democrats, out of sheer bloody-mindedness, favor what is unpopular. Like open borders, for example, or socialism, or abolishing meritocracy, or abolishing internal combustion engines, or disarming the populace, or paying reparations to the presumed descendants of black slaves, or free abortions for any reason up to the moment of birth (or almost any reason anyhow; I’ve read that eugenics-motivated reasons may be prohibited in some states). They can’t really compete with Trump’s economy, especially considering that minorities and the lower classes are faring best, relatively speaking, and that’s supposed to be the especial sphere of the left—although one reason why Trump is as successful as he is, is because the new left has turned against their old raison d’état, the working class. So again, the Democrats find themselves supporting losing strategies for no better reason than that Trump is supporting the winning ones, and they hate him.
Even most of the President’s supporters acknowledge that he’s a bombastic vulgarian, and not exactly a “good” (in the sense of saintly) man; but even so, he is doing an outstanding job from the point of view of a mainstream conservative. History has shown that the greatest national leaders have tended to be ruthless, narcissistic assholes out for self-glorification anyhow, yet who had the sense to realize that the best way for a leader to glorify his own name is to glorify his nation. The idea of leftists denouncing Trump as bad, while conservative Christians admit that he’s not all that great morally, yet is still excellent politically, reminds me of the ruthless, proud, evil king of Assyria mentioned in the Old Testament Book of Isaiah, who does the will of God without even knowing or caring. And then there’s Valentinian the Great of the late Roman Empire, who was considered a “good” Emperor and who led his nation to some semblance of peace and stability, yet who was a brutal sadist who had people tortured to death for the most trivial offenses and would amuse himself by feeding prisoners to his pet brown bears. Valentinian was considered “Great,” but was a moral monster, and Trump is nowhere near as bad as him, or the King of Assyria either. The point here is that, although the left doesn’t seem to get it, a good or even great leader is not necessarily a nice person.
In fact, despite his rudeness, crudeness, and bombast, and despite the wild accusations leveled against him by the opposing faction, Trump may really go down in history as one of the least corrupt Presidents in many decades, possibly ever. This is because he knows there are people who secretly want to bring him down lurking all around him in the Capitol, and that anything he says or does can be spun into some kind of scandal. Thus far his “corruption” consists of little more than anonymous accusations leveled against him, with the abuse of power charge in his impeachment relying on second-guessing the motives of a rather bland phone call, the likes of which most Presidents engage in. Obama’s open mic moment with the Russian President was at least as bad, and Joe Biden, still somehow a Democratic contender, openly bragged on camera about doing worse—but the Democrats aren’t after dispassionate truth, but only after bringing down Donald Trump and all that he represents, by any means necessary.
Ironically, one common accusation against Trump is that he dog whistles to white nationalists and is supported enthusiastically by them. This is pretty obviously hogwash, especially lately, as anyone familiar with hard right memes and social media can tell you that they despise Trump for not hating Jews (and not expelling all non-whites from the country—hell, he’s even helping them). White nationalists are continually deriding Trump’s policies as Make Israel Great Again (MIGA), and referring to President Kushner, etc. The hard right see him not as Putin’s puppet, but as Netanyahu’s. All I would suggest to these guys is that they should seriously consider the only realistic alternative at present: a Party endorsing open borders, elimination of whiteness, socialism, small children being taught about anal sex and transsexuality in schools, PC hysteria, and globalism. That is the only realistic alternative at this point in America. Also, the hard right goyim should bear in mind that MOST Jews in the USA can’t stand Trump. The Israeli nationalists may think he’s great, but most Hebrew types in America lean leftwards and globalismwards and vote Democrat. Most of them loathe him. Approximately 90% of the Jews in the US Legislature are Democrats if not flat-out Marxists, including some of Mr. Trump’s most virulent enemies.
So for a white nationalist to hate on Trump is just stupid, or so it seems to me. At the very least he’s the lesser of two evils. But one problem common to extremists of every stripe is that their own extremism leads to intolerance, which then causes them to turn against those who are at least striving for some of the same goals. This is one reason why I steer clear of such extremes. I think that shutting down all opposition is a mistake, and that the expression of weird or stupid ideas should not be banned. But those of you who read this site regularly must already know that.
In conclusion I would point out the very important point that, despite all the attacks on President Trump personally (resulting in counterattacks from him), his alleged corrupt motives, his character defects, and so on, this really isn’t mainly about Trump. The reason why the Democratic Party is in such a frenzy to ruin him, or at least incapacitate him, is that he is derailing the globalist “New World Order” agenda. That is the main reason why they hate him. The globalist agenda is beginning to implode. The whole idea of a socialized globalist superstate, which pretty much all establishment politicians in the west were accepting as inevitable, is now in disarray, as the result of many millions of common people throughout the west who have had enough of the political correctness hysteria used as a tool to control their behavior, propaganda used to control their beliefs and attitudes, and a corrupt and arrogant elite increasingly showing utter contempt for the masses, even to the extent of blaming them for the badness of the world and evidently intending to replace them with brown-skinned immigrants who presumably would be easier to control. Brexit was the first major blow struck against these elites in the EU, and Trump was the first in the USA. Many more blows have been struck since then, all over the world. Now the Republican Party is a nationalist Party, and is steering America towards national prosperity, while the Democrats continue to push for the globalist ideal of a borderless socialist state and managed decline. The fact that the Democrats are increasingly frustrated and desperate to be rid of Trump because they also can’t compete with the success of his policies is just frosting on the cake.
America is the place where anything can happen. America is the place where anyone can rise. And here on this land, on this soil, on this continent, the most incredible dreams come true. This nation is our canvas, and this country is our masterpiece. We look at tomorrow and see unlimited frontiers just waiting to be explored. Our brightest discoveries are not yet known. Our most thrilling stories are not yet told. Our grandest journeys are not yet made. The American age, the American epic, the American adventure, has only just begun. Our spirit is still young. The sun is still rising. God’s grace is still shining. And, my fellow Americans, the best is yet to come. [applause] Thank you and God bless you and God bless America. [applause] Thank you very much. [applause, and Nancy Pelosi tears up her copy of the speech]
—the conclusion of Donald Trump’s 2020 State of the Union Address