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The Candidacy and Presidency of Donald Trump
07-22-2015, 08:15 AM (This post was last modified: 07-22-2015 08:16 AM by Masato Toys.)
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yeah they've already jumped the shark, might as well go all out now

Undertaker needs a role

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07-22-2015, 08:30 AM
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Undertaker has a much bigger challenge on his hands at the moment...



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07-22-2015, 08:31 AM (This post was last modified: 07-22-2015 08:32 AM by Masato Toys.)
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Crash a Convention! Bum-rush the debates!

*special appearances by Kim Kardashian!!

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07-22-2015, 09:59 AM (This post was last modified: 07-22-2015 10:04 AM by Reflexion.)
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edit: I'm sorry, this needs its own thread, but I'll leave the link in this one

Donald Trump Heaps Insults on Lindsey Graham, Jeb Bush, Hillary Clinton, Other Foes

http://time.com/3966085/donald-trump-hil...sey-graham
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07-23-2015, 03:26 AM
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This is political theater. He's just stirring the pot.

It's how election-cycles get public attention.
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07-23-2015, 04:00 AM
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Why do they need public attention? Most people don't vote anyway, and fewer care.
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07-23-2015, 06:57 AM
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If Brian Stann and Chael Sonnen ever ran, I would become an American citizen just so I could vote for them.

I don't see that happening though, so I will continue to shit all over America whenever I feel like it.

Because America sucks.

Because Brian Stann and Chael Sonnen can never be POTUS and VPOTUS.

Fuck that would be awesome.

come for the calo, stay for the yoshida brotha
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07-24-2015, 11:05 AM
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http://www.rt.com/op-edge/310583-trump-t...ashington/

Trump towers over Republicans and Democrats, Beltway goes ballistic

Robert Bridge, originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, has worked as a journalist in Russia since 1998. His articles have appeared in a number of publications, including Russia in Global Affairs, The Drudge Report and Infowars.com. Formerly the editor-in-chief of The Moscow News, Bridge is the author of the book “Midnight in the American Empire”, which was released in early 2013.

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Donald Trump, the billionaire real estate mogul who tossed his famous brand name into the 2016 presidential race, has catapulted himself to the top of the US political dung heap by hitting a raw nerve among disenchanted voters.

Trump’s stunning success in public opinion polls - he has about twice the likeability of his nearest rival - required no huge sums of money, no inordinate political flair or genius and no Karl Rove to launch him straight into the hearts and minds of Main Street, USA, which is still awaiting reimbursement for Obama’s Hope & Change Show that never premiered as promised.

So how did Trump, who gave up hosting The Apprentice television program so he could, in his own words, “save America,” shake the US political system to its very rotting foundation? With nothing more sophisticated than child’s play, that’s how. Personal charisma and humungous ego notwithstanding, Trump simply tapped into an active volcano of anger and frustration many Americans are feeling over Washington’s astounding failure to shut down the border with Mexico - kind of like children taking a principle-based stand when tough kids from another neighborhood invade their sandbox. It’s really that simple.


But not simple enough for the Obama administration, it seems. Once safely across the Rio Grande, millions of Mexican line-jumpers are being feted at hundreds of ‘sanctuary cities’ across the country, all funded by Joe Taxpayer, of course. Not surprisingly, Americans have protested the nation’s slow-motion crack-up, yet not a single wannabe presidential candidate from the Democrat-Republican business cartel has addressed the issue. Nor has the obsequious media pressured the powers-that-be over it. So - surprise-surprise - gross political negligence and media complicity opened up a yawning vacuum for somebody like ‘The Donald’ to stand in as political midwife, delivering the baby of illegal immigration kicking and screaming into the public domain.

Naturally this begs the asinine question: Why wasn’t this glaring problem resolved before? What modern nation - to say nothing of a nuclear-armed superpower - would grant millions of illegals (11 million by Washington's conservative count) rite of passage into its territory? Why is it that US forces can patrol halfway around the world along the Afghan-Pakistan border with drones, satellites and Special Forces - even obliterate bin Laden one messy morning - yet the Mexican border is somehow mission impossible? So was anybody really surprised when the Obama administration’s revolving-door border policy culminated in a series of deadly tragedies across the country involving illegal aliens with criminal records and innocent Americans?

Earlier this month, Kathryn Steinle, 31, was shot dead in San Francisco as she strolled with her father along the waterfront area, a popular tourist destination. Police arrested the suspected murderer, Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez, a Mexican native who had accumulated seven felony convictions since 1991 and had been deported from the United States on separate occasions (!).


San Francisco authorities had just released Lopez-Sanchez from prison in April after failing to convict him on drug charges, and despite a request from the Department of Homeland Security, or DHS, that he be deported (a sixth time) to his native Mexico. Are the Feds spending so much time and energy hyperventilating about Islamic jihadists - more Americans die from lightning strikes each year by comparison - that they are ignoring a far more serious problem just over the horizon?

Trump is now pointing gleefully to such tragedies as proof that Mexico is intentionally pushing its most dangerous outlaws towards the American prairie.

One American who certainly agrees with Trump is Jamiel Shaw, whose 17-year-old son was gunned down execution-style in 2008 on the way home from the mall by an illegal alien. Shaw has taken the podium alongside Trump at rallies across the country, where he describes how his son, a promising high school football player, was taken by “invisibles” – those who are in America illegally. Shaw tells crowds that he smiled for the “first time in years” after hearing Trump’s pledge to close the border if elected.

“I felt happy for the first time,” Shaw said. “When that happened, I felt good. I felt hope. This is the hope that Obama thought he was gonna get. That was false hope.”
So with the billionaire magnate performing the political equivalent of a smash the backboard slam-dunk, it may seem natural that every establishment lackey on the East Coast is lining up to throw a cheap shot at Trump.

The popular comedian Jon Stewart, for example, has been bashing ‘Trumpizy’ regularly on his satirical political show, while giving the real estate mogul zero credit for dragging the immigration problem into the limelight. Instead, Stewart feigned shock when Trump said that many of the Mexican illegals were "criminals and rapists."

“Why is anyone acting surprised about Trump?” Stewart asked. “The only reason you liked this guy in the first place was because of the terrible things he was willing to say about Obama.”


Trump’s meteoric rise amid a crowd of political has-beens comes as a surprise only for that out-of-touch breed of Washington insiders who have no idea what the American voter wants and needs. For example, Senator John McCain, who also found himself on the receiving end of one of Trump’s no-holds-barred verbal barrages.

"The reality is that John McCain the politician has made America less safe, sent our brave soldiers into wrong-headed foreign adventures, covered up for President Obama with the VA scandal and has spent most of his time in the Senate pushing amnesty," Trump wrote. "He would rather protect the Iraqi border than Arizona's."

Trump initially attracted the ire of Republicans after saying he could not qualify McCain - a fighter pilot in the Vietnam War who spent five years as a prisoner - a war hero “because he was captured.”

If Trump can survive a steady onslaught of Stewart-style disparagement (my 50-cent prediction: he won’t; the multi-pronged attack against him will be simply too overwhelming even for Trump to withstand), then America may emerge from its political paralysis and become great again. But like so many wealthy outsiders (Ross Perot, for example) who attempted to change the US political system beyond the fiefdom of corporate power, Trump will most likely come up short in the greatest gamble of his career.

The real loser, however, will be the American people, who desperately need a progressive outsider - far beyond the rusted Beltway and corporate America's corrupting purse - to put the country back on track.

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07-24-2015, 11:05 AM
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07-24-2015, 11:10 AM
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http://www.theoccidentalobserver.net/201...cal-power/

Paul Krugman on the glorious coming demise of White political power

July 21, 2015 — 55 Comments

Kevin MacDonald

In this 2014 interview (beginning ~6:00) Paul Krugman, commenting on the “craziness” of American politics, says (more or less verbatim): A lot of the craziness comes from cultural/ethnic issues—rural White Americans who feel they are losing their country, and they are right. They are losing their country. In the end, the power they now have will go away, but it’s a very difficult and dangerous time until then. The future is represented by Mayor Bill DeBlasio of New York, “but Ted Cruz of Texas is still out there.”

This I think sums up elite/left opinion in America (after all, Krugman writes for the New York Times) and the West generally. The bad old days are nearly behind us with people like Bill De Blasio and his mixed-race family firmly ensconced in positions of power and presiding over super-diverse New York City. They are the wave of the future. The road ahead will be manageable, although dangerous and difficult. The key to the non-crazy future as envisioned by Krugman is to lessen White power. (Another example: Joe Klein writing in Time that it is necessary to import millions of non-Whites as a cure for “our poisonous biracial era.”)
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Krugman specifically mentions rural Whites, the people who for decades have been the bogeymen of Jewish political imagination in America. This quote from Terry Cooney’s book on the New York Intellectuals (a Jewish intellectual movement) sums it up:

[The New York Intellectuals associated rural America with] nativism, anti-Semitism, nationalism, and fascism as well as with anti-intellectualism and provincialism; the urban was associated antithetically with ethnic and cultural tolerance, with internationalism, and with advanced ideas. . . . The New York Intellectuals simply began with the assumption that the rural—with which they associated much of American tradition and most of the territory beyond New York—had little to contribute to a cosmopolitan culture. . . . By interpreting cultural and political issues through the urban-rural lens, writers could even mask assertions of superiority and expressions of anti-democratic sentiments as the judgments of an objective expertise.[1]

Jewish political strategizing at least since the end of World War II has always been about overcoming the power of White America, and particularly rural White America—hence the strong support and activism on behalf of non-White immigration and support for what one might term the coalition of the aggrieved: groups that have different ethnic interests than Whites (e.g., Blacks, Latinos) or Whites who have been convinced not to identify with White interests (many White feminists and White LGBT. (Besides the aggrieved, there are the legions of Whites who personally benefit from the anti-White revolution, and of course White victims of the constant barrage of media propaganda.) The process of disempowering White America, inaugurated with the 1965 immigration law, has been in place for 5 decades and is on the verge of success.

I disagree with Krugman’s analysis somewhat. It’s not just about rural White America. It’s about disempowering non-Bill DeBlasio White America, and that’s a lot more than just rural Whites. In the 2014 elections, Whites of all social classes, all age categories, and both sexes voted Republican. These voters would be a lot more likely to vote for Ted Cruz in 2016 than they would for Hilary Clinton.

It’s interesting that Ted Cruz has been pretty much the only Republican candidate who is not attacking Donald Trump for his comments on immigration and John McCain, presumably because he sees himself as appealing to the same constituency—White voters fed up with spineless politicians who prostrate themselves before the ethnic lobbies and who champion whatever views their pollsters tell them to.

Really though, the Paul Krugmans of the world have little to fear from Cruz given his strong support for expanded legal immigration (and he’s hopeless on Israel). Their longed for demographic changes will go ahead as scheduled under a Cruz administration, maybe not quite so quickly.

But unfortunately, that may well be the case with a Trump presidency as well. On July 13, Michael Cohen, “Special Counsel to Donald Trump,” claimed in an interview with CNN that “Donald Trump is a champion for legal immigrants.” Peter Brimelow notes that at a recent speech in Phoenix Trump “hinted” at support for increased legal immigration.

So in my nightmare scenario, the Republicans nominate a populist candidate who appeals to the Republican base, and he is elected. There’s huge optimism among these (overwhelmingly White) voters that we finally have a president who will “take back the country” and actually say what these voters are thinking. They finally elected someone who will destroy the scourge of political correctness. And it all happened despite an unrelenting outpouring of hostility and predictions of an imminent fascist takeover that rained down daily from the New York Times and the rest of the mainstream media.

And then President Cruz/Trump expands legal immigration with the enthusiastic support of the Republican Congress. After all, they certainly wouldn’t want to be called racists, and besides businesses benefit from cheap labor. Plus we get a war with Iran.

Paul Krugman et al., for all their sputtering about the difficult and dangerous times ahead, have nothing to fear from Cruz/Trump. Unless, of course, like Obama on Israel, this president who won as a populist actually does the right thing after saying whatever he has to to be elected. We can hope.

[1] Terry A. Cooney, The Rise of the New York Intellectuals: Partisan Review and Its Circle (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1934–1945), 267-268.
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07-24-2015, 11:56 AM
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(07-24-2015 11:10 AM)BRIC Countries Wrote:  Krugman specifically mentions rural Whites, the people who for decades have been the bogeymen of Jewish political imagination in America. This quote from Terry Cooney’s book on the New York Intellectuals (a Jewish intellectual movement) sums it up:

[The New York Intellectuals associated rural America with] nativism, anti-Semitism, nationalism, and fascism as well as with anti-intellectualism and provincialism; the urban was associated antithetically with ethnic and cultural tolerance, with internationalism, and with advanced ideas. . . . The New York Intellectuals simply began with the assumption that the rural—with which they associated much of American tradition and most of the territory beyond New York—had little to contribute to a cosmopolitan culture. . . . By interpreting cultural and political issues through the urban-rural lens, writers could even mask assertions of superiority and expressions of anti-democratic sentiments as the judgments of an objective expertise.[1]

Jewish political strategizing at least since the end of World War II has always been about overcoming the power of White America, and particularly rural White America—hence the strong support and activism on behalf of non-White immigration and support for what one might term the coalition of the aggrieved: groups that have different ethnic interests than Whites (e.g., Blacks, Latinos) or Whites who have been convinced not to identify with White interests (many White feminists and White LGBT. (Besides the aggrieved, there are the legions of Whites who personally benefit from the anti-White revolution, and of course White victims of the constant barrage of media propaganda.) The process of disempowering White America, inaugurated with the 1965 immigration law, has been in place for 5 decades and is on the verge of success.

Interesting stuff...
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07-25-2015, 03:14 AM
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The above article is starting to make it look like Cruz is the real GOP candidate and Trump is the Wingman.
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07-25-2015, 04:10 AM (This post was last modified: 07-25-2015 04:13 AM by Reflexion.)
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You can always count on Dr. MacDonald to put things straight. I'd like to think there's something genuine to be positive about in America, but he has provided sobering insight. I still think a lot of good has and will continue to come out of all this, however. The Jewish media is sure to screech every step of the way at everyone who even desires to slow down their plans, their followers (in and outside the business) are sure to lash out in all kinds of silly ways, and they will further discredit themselves to thinking people as this goes forward.

I think one of the main reasons for all the illegal immigration in the Western world, or the US at the least, occurred to me recently. All US government agencies (and I'd guess most in Europe too) work so painfully slow at everything, in every step of every process. Therefore, even with "increased support for legal immigration", it will be hard to shift the demographics as fast as they'd like. Sure, they could find ways to speed up the process to a degree, but the fundamental issue of how lazy government workers are will remain. These are union jobs that - if they're anything like my old job which was under a union for government employees - give promotions based solely on how long you've been working there (no reason to work beyond your quota, keep days off to a minimum, etc.), with laughable performance quotas, "diverse workforce" (pretty much all these places are downtown major city), liberal use of the Family Medical Leave Act (which, despite it's name, also applies to self), and more paid days off than anyone in the country. It's also almost impossible to get fired. Needless to say, everything moves at a crawl.
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07-25-2015, 04:00 PM
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They talked about Trump on Crosstalk a couple of days ago, very critical of Trump 's potential in the beginning well as Soulless John McCain, which I always love. The host considers Trump a useful idiot as far as the elite are concerned. Pretty good analysis once they begin talking about Trumps strategies rather than his chances.

One of the best points brought up was the fact that Trump not only has staying power because he can finance his campaign, but that he hasn't backed down when targeted. Remember Howard Dean and the infamous EEEEYYYYYYYAAAAAAAAAA? There is now way Trump will back down and fall into obscurity so easily.






I guess it didn't matter whether we elected Clinton or Trump.
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