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Saturday, July 22, 2017

Reclaiming our heritage

The God-Emperor comes out swinging hard against free trade and anti-American globalism.

My fellow Americans,

On Monday, I signed a Presidential Proclamation declaring this to be “Made in America Week.”

We believe that our country is stronger, safer, and more prosperous when we make more of our goods and our products right here in the USA.  When we purchase products Made in America, the wealth, revenue and jobs all stay in our country – to be enjoyed by our people.

Since we first won our Independence, our Founders and many of our greatest leaders have promoted that we should afford a special level of protection to the products and goods manufactured within our borders.  They understood that as a nation, we have common bonds with our fellow citizens and common obligations to each other.  Making and buying made in America products brings us closer, and strengthens the ties that link us all together.

For too long, our government’s policies have punished production in America while rewarding and encouraging the movement of production overseas, which is totally ridiculous.  The result has been the loss of numerous industries, the decimation of entire communities, and years of sluggish growth and flat wages.

Throughout American history, our nation’s best leaders have believed in the importance of protecting our domestic industry.  This includes every President on Mount Rushmore.

George Washington encouraged Americans to produce their own goods so that our young nation could become truly independent.

Thomas Jefferson wrote that Americans should choose products made in America whenever possible – and by the way, I’m asking you to do that.

Abraham Lincoln warned that abandoning the policies that protect American industry would “produce want and ruin among our people.”

Theodore Roosevelt stated in his First message to Congress that “Reciprocity must be treated as the handmaiden of protection.”

James Monroe called on our nation to “cherish and sustain our manufacturers.”

James Garfield said of our nation’s manufacturers: “To them the country owes the splendor of the position it holds before the world.”

William McKinley believed that when America protects our workers and industries, we “open up a higher and better destiny for our people.”

And Calvin Coolidge stated that protecting American industry “enables our people to live according to a better standard… and receive a better rate of compensation than any people, anytime, anywhere on earth, ever enjoyed.”

We are now, under the Trump Administration, reclaiming our heritage as a manufacturing nation.  We are fighting to provide a level playing field for American Workers and Industries.  Other countries will cease taking advantage of us, believe me.

We are going to build works of beauty and wonder – with American hands, American grit, and American iron, aluminum, and steel.

No longer will we allow other countries to break the rules, steal our jobs, and drain our wealth.  Instead, we will follow two simple but very crucial rules: We will buy American and we will hire American.

Already, we have created over a million new jobs this year – and doing even better than anticipated.  We are just getting started – believe me, we are just getting started.

For every job that comes back to this country, and every factory that reopens, and every town that is revitalized, we aren’t just restoring American wealth, we are restoring American pride.  We are restoring America’s future – a future where millions will be lifted from welfare to work, where children will grow up in safe and vibrant communities, and where our nation will stand stronger than ever before.

And most importantly, it will be a future in which you – our citizens – always come first.

Thank you, God bless you, and God bless America – we are truly making it great again.

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94 Comments:

Blogger praetorian July 22, 2017 10:55 AM  

Hail victory.

Anonymous BBGKB July 22, 2017 11:04 AM  

our country is stronger, safer, and more prosperous when we make more of our goods and our products right here in the USA

Even Chinese Americans might think twice before letting antifreeze ship in a product they might consume.

OpenID paworldandtimes July 22, 2017 11:07 AM  

Today the fundamentals of a good economy, tomorrow the fundamentals of good demographics.

It's useful to look at Trump's progress in terms of his long-term outlook, with his medium-term goal being a peak in popularity with Red State America for his reelection.

He no doubt remembers the establishment conceding GHWB as unbeatable in 1991, and the lesson in peaking too soon.

PA

Blogger Natalie July 22, 2017 11:20 AM  

TGE has clearly set his sights on Rushmore. I approve.

Anonymous 5343 Kinds of Deplorable July 22, 2017 11:26 AM  

Lovely.

Anonymous Nibiru July 22, 2017 11:26 AM  

I`ll give Ole Abe one thing. When the Transcontinital railroad was purposed, the issue of where the steel would come from, here or foreign, he said, ``If we buy from abroad, we will have the steel while they get our money. If we buy from here, we will have both the steel and our money.``

Anonymous Mr. Rational July 22, 2017 11:29 AM  

@4  We need replacements for the treasonous Lincoln and Roosevelt.  Reagan and Trump would fit perfectly.

Anonymous view July 22, 2017 11:36 AM  

Non union made in America is the key. its the unions that force businesses overseas

Blogger Midnight Avenue J July 22, 2017 11:46 AM  

This is the kind of stuff my grandpa used to say when we gathered at his table for meals.

I feel a great swell of pride at these words.

Blogger Ransom Smith July 22, 2017 11:48 AM  

Reagan and Trump would fit perfectly.

You misspelled Calvin Coolidge.

Blogger praetorian July 22, 2017 11:55 AM  

its the unions that force businesses overseas

Oy vey, the unions.

The poor beset upon big businesses just want what's best for us, but the nasty mean unions forced them to move production abroad. You can tell by how heavily unionized industries like automobiles are all made abroad and relatively union-free industries like consumer electronics are all made here in the US. It had nothing to do with wage, safety and environmental arbitrage, that's for sure.

http://static2.businessinsider.com/image/57b21102db5ce953008b6c77-1200/epi-ceo-vs-worker-pay-cotd.png

Am I right, fellow nationalists?

Blogger Annie DiPiombo July 22, 2017 12:02 PM  

@8

"Non union made in America is the key. its the unions that force businesses overseas."

Read Reagan trade negotiator Clyde Prestowitz's books. He demonstrates the falsity of this base canard.

Anyhow, like unions or hate them---let's keep Capitalism In One Country, with all due respects to uncle Joe, and we can refight Homestead, Pullman, etc and may the best man win.

Yes, as someone who has been pointing out the madness of open borders anything-goes globalism since Thatcher was the toast of free marketers everywhere, it is a mighty good feeling to be vindicated by our great POTUS, long may he reign. Not as good as a time machine with which to transport those who were calling me a Commie in 1990* to present day, in order to see what their world has come to, but still mighty good.

* For challenging the prevailing free-market/NWO/Cold War triumphalism economic gobble-d-gook of the time.

Blogger Aeoli Pera July 22, 2017 12:06 PM  

We really did not deserve to have the greatest president of all time. God has shown incredible mercy to us, for no reason that I can guess.

Blogger Aeoli Pera July 22, 2017 12:10 PM  

Natalie wrote:TGE has clearly set his sights on Rushmore. I approve.

I can picture it already: a YUUUGE bronze statue standing on their giant heads, contrapposto, with an anime waifu in smart Hugo Boss swooning against his leg with a look of rapturous devotion.

Blogger Aeoli Pera July 22, 2017 12:11 PM  

Sit on their glorious faces, O Murdoch-chan!

Blogger pyrrhus July 22, 2017 12:16 PM  

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Anonymous Avalanche July 22, 2017 12:18 PM  

If he's going to get us to "hire American" does that mean he's FINALLY gonna send all those g.d. "dreamers" HOME?!

"Building the Wall" AFTER he keeps letting in literally *hundreds of thousands* of NON-Americans, and refusing the send OUT those already here kinda defeats a bit of the purpose of the Wall, does it not?

WHEN do they slam the door!?

Anonymous Philalethes July 22, 2017 12:22 PM  

Wow, what a great speech! Both common-sense dialectic and singing rhetoric. I'll be interested to see what the Enemy tries to do with it. What can they attack – besides a sort of general un-PCness?

@10, Ransom Smith:

Reagan and Trump would fit perfectly.

You misspelled Calvin Coolidge.


Yes! As our President went beyond FDR, and began quoting other, non-Rushmore presidents, I thought: What about Calvin Coolidge (about whom I knew nothing until Derbyshire alerted me a decade ago)? I really didn't expect a mention — to the Establishment, Coolidge is a total non-event — but then, there he was! That was really the icing on the cake, and added a whole new level to Trump in my mind. Maybe he really does get it?

Blogger pyrrhus July 22, 2017 12:23 PM  

If Trump would start getting rid of all the Goldman people in his Administration, his act would be more convincing...They are all lifelong Democrats and have no interest in anything that doesn't benefit Wall Street.

Blogger John Williams July 22, 2017 12:25 PM  

"Safe and vibrant communities" is a oxymoron. Hire American will sort that out, though.

Blogger ZhukovG July 22, 2017 12:31 PM  

Ad Victoriam! Ave Imperator Trump!

Blogger Elder Son July 22, 2017 12:46 PM  

Some foreign assembly required.

We'll see. In 4 to 8 years.

And will all the foreigners buying up America stop too?

Anonymous view July 22, 2017 1:17 PM  

Read Reagan trade negotiator Clyde Prestowitz's books. He demonstrates the falsity of this base canard. must be quite an argument he makes. I guess it takes too much time to get into in a comment,

Blogger DonReynolds July 22, 2017 1:30 PM  

Bravo!
That should put to rest the Liberal whimper that protection is Un-American and the (Paul Ryan) phrase...."That is NOT who we are."

Yes, bubba. That is WHO WE have ALWAYS Been.....Isolationist, Protectionist, and Nationalist. The USA did not invent any of these but they have been important features of the American Identity for over two centuries.

Blogger Credo in unum Deum July 22, 2017 1:41 PM  

@6. I think Abe Lincoln is the worst thing that ever happened to the US and the modern world. However, he did a couple of things right.

Anonymous Gen. Kong July 22, 2017 1:47 PM  

... its the unions that force businesses overseas

That's an argument that might have held a little water in 1970. Now it's absurd. The only strong unions in the country are in places where they shouldn't be: the public sector. Since the extant unions have been converged for decades, alt-unions should be formed. Note there is a single union for public schul edumactors - the NEA which is basically a delegation of the DNC. There needs to be competition in the union sector. They already have separate dindu unions in a number of places, which are basically divisions of BLM.

Blogger Cubby8126 July 22, 2017 1:56 PM  

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Blogger Snidely Whiplash July 22, 2017 2:01 PM  

Credo in unum Deum wrote:I think Abe Lincoln is the worst thing that ever happened to the US and the modern world. However, he did a couple of things right.
Indeed, it's a poor whore that blows nobody well.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash July 22, 2017 2:02 PM  

Wind, I meant wind....

Blogger Quilp July 22, 2017 2:08 PM  

I've been waiting my whole life to hear/read that speech given by an American President.

Anonymous A Most Deplorable Paradigm Is More Than Twenty Cents July 22, 2017 2:17 PM  

Orban's latest speech is also excellent as he visits Romania.

," Orban said under his leadership, Hungary would remain a place where "Western European Christians will always be able to find security."

Yes, he really said that. Orban's up for re-election next year.

"In the upcoming campaign, first of all we have to confront external powers," Orban said at a cultural festival in Baile Tusnad, Romania. "We have to stand our ground against the Soros mafia network and the Brussels bureaucrats. And, during the next nine months, we will have to fight against the media they operate."

Accuses the EU VP of deliberately targeting Poland

"The main target of the inquisition, the example of national governance to be weakened, destroyed and broken is Poland," Orban said, vowing to defend the Polish government. "Hungary will use every legal possibility in the European Union to be in solidarity with the Poles."

Orban expressed support for Trump about a year ago but:

Orban said "Hungarian interests" would be the "guiding star" of his country's foreign policy, not "Trump, Putin or (German Chancellor Angela) Merkel."

As it should be. Plus this final bit looks very alt Right:

Orban said Hungary's low birth rate made the country an "endangered species," and that the government was using taxes on multinational companies to fund social policies that would spur families to have more children.

Tax the globalists to fund pro-natal nationalism? Teh lulz!

Blogger Mr.MantraMan July 22, 2017 2:38 PM  

One industry I think might stay in Chinese hands is the sex doll manufacturing base. Drudge has a link to a story from the NYP about it (BTW all the dolls are white)

Anonymous SigOther July 22, 2017 2:39 PM  

Normally, I'd agree. Unionization is inherently immoral, retards growth and prosperity, and is always violent. HOWEVER, desperate times and such.
If the AFLCIo/Big Labor will, as they have in the past, pull on the leashes of their (D) legislators to send the Fake Americans Back, yugely revise or get rid of H visas, build the wall (with union labor and steel!), mandatory everify etc, that aids the most important, long term goal of keeping America American. [Idk what we do with the SEIU, maybe private labor will be willing to sell public labor down the river in exchange for some FedGov gibsmedat. I hear their pensions are in terrible shape...]

Anonymous SigOther July 22, 2017 2:41 PM  

Second that. Though I always thought TGE's visage would be a most suitable overlay to replace Teddy on Mt. Rushmore, seem to have similar head shapes.

Anonymous Takin' a Look July 22, 2017 2:43 PM  

@13

The only thing I can think of why is that although America has sinned, we have done so under a Great Deception on a scale of vastness never before seen.

I see President Trump as an Avatar of Apocalypse. He is exposing the Great Deception at an accelerated and exponential rate. What happens after, I do not know.

Blogger Matt July 22, 2017 2:43 PM  

@ view

you don't know what you're talking about. Non-union does not automatically = prosperity for American business and people. There are other factors.

Take Local 1 in NYC. Use almost all american material, and therr are.no illegals working. All non u ion companies are.flooded with low wage illegals. Therr is no end all be all answer.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash July 22, 2017 2:47 PM  

Matt wrote:Non-union does not automatically = prosperity for American business and people. There are other factors.
Not conceptually, but in practice it does. Union work rules often exist specificallyin order to force inefficiencies into the workplace.

Blogger Matt July 22, 2017 3:02 PM  

@Snidely Whiplash

some do, some dont. I can only speak from my experience. I used to think the same, anti union across the board. Living in a shit hole like NYC, its hardly worth working non-union, in construction, as a white American. And non union isnt all that cheaper. The bids arr almost equal.

Im talking about plumbing, admittedly.

Anonymous Grinder July 22, 2017 3:04 PM  

Orban's speech was better. Trump's speech can be interpreted to mean anything you want it to mean. He only asks Americans to buy American. No mention of tariffs or other specific policies. It seems he plans on domestic building programs using American sourced materials. While this is good for American workers, won't this actually play out as what happens in our most corrupt municipalities like here in Canada where every Montreal mayor throws no-bid or rigged bid construction contracts to their mafia friends? How much benefit do Montreal workers get when each new planeload of Haitians or west Africans from French speaking countries help keep wages in construction from keeping pace with rising cost of living. With a stroke of a pen, they are suddenly Canadians and Trump will likely do as much lest his big corporate friends have to reduce their already bloated lions share of national income. I think Americans would have reason to be encouraged if he wuld have thrown in a line like Orbans about western European Christians and security instead of using the co-opted codeword 'vibrant'. Trump's speech sounds like an assurance to his corporate friends that the spigots of taxpayer $$ will be opened up to enrich them ahead of foreign suppliers. That's fine.

Anonymous AB.Prosper July 22, 2017 3:13 PM  

Great speech. Would have made a lot more sense in 1980 though.

The US economy won't recover to any kind of growth period including population even if we "make it all here" since automation is growing more and more cheaper than wages.


Also beyond direct automation, even things like MP3 and E-Books eliminate middlemen. Not bad at all for creative people but for the huge number of people in the middle who did things like drive trucks of CD's and books to stores, its a disaster

Baring almost juche levels of regulation , wage arbitrage is now a permanent condition for most workers

net effect is going to be an economic implosion and I suspect the government will just provide a universal basic income to everyone to buy peace which will promptly go to converged companies

In essence the state will be paying to nominally private firms subverted to social justice. Worse a lot of people will be in school hoping for a leg up on government dime, You are going to get Communism of a post industrial sort with a nice constant population decline thrown in.

Or well there is always collapse into a third world nation ala Snow Crash

Stephenson

When it gets down to it — talking trade balances here — once we've brain-drained all our technology into other countries, once things have evened out, they're making cars in Bolivia and microwave ovens in Tadzhikistan and selling them here — once our edge in natural resources has been made irrelevant by giant Hong Kong ships and dirigibles that can ship North Dakota all the way to New Zealand for a nickel — once the Invisible Hand has taken away all those historical inequities and smeared them out into a broad global layer of what a Pakistani brickmaker would consider to be prosperity — y'know what? There's only four things we do better than anyone else: music, movies, microcode (software) high-speed pizza delivery

though these days our music is OK, our movies are crap software is open sourced and/or global and the later doesn't count.

Trumpism can buy us some time though while the old system winds down and if the a actual Americans decide to take back the country by any means necessary leave us with a stronger foundation.

This is a good thing. In any case the culture and ethnic war must be won by the .alt right and given the natural impetus of the new system is to Leftism, its means keeping a boot in the neck of the culture.

In the end I suspect we'll have to be thinking Northfire not The Founders Republic anyway.

Still nice to read and nice to have a President who gives a shit for a change.

Blogger Chris Mallory July 22, 2017 3:42 PM  

SigOther wrote:Unionization is inherently immoral, retards growth and prosperity, and is always violent.

Yep, company pay script that could only be spent at company owned stores, coal camps, and armed Pinkerton thugs were all shining examples of moral, peaceful behavior.

Anonymous Johnny Mayonnaise July 22, 2017 4:01 PM  

Although I like Trump and am glad he is our president, I am not one to rubber-stamp this policy.

The vast majority of economists say that "Buy American" is actually bad for America in the long run. It is a prime example of the "seen vs. the unseen."

"Advocates of Buy American rules claim that limiting competition for U.S. government contracts to domestic firms will protect U.S. jobs and help prop up firms in troubled industries. Regrettably, the cost of such protectionism will be inflicted on the American public, who will fail to get the best value for their hard-earned taxpayer dollars; the U.S. workers who lose their jobs when the companies they work for go out of business as countries retaliate in kind; and the economy as a whole, which will become less productive."

Sorry to go against the grain. I now submit myself to the hammering that will ensue ...

Blogger praetorian July 22, 2017 4:12 PM  

Yep, company pay script that could only be spent at company owned stores, coal camps, and armed Pinkerton thugs were all shining examples of moral, peaceful behavior.

Steadfastly pushing for open borders for the last fifty years, advocating for women to enter the workforce en masse, pushing tranny bathrooms and gay marriage on recalcitrant states, etc., etc. also all part of the ongoing corporate concern for Americans.

The vast majority of economists say that "Buy American" is actually bad for America in the long run. It is a prime example of the "seen vs. the unseen."

We are familiar with the arguments. Most of us were libertarians for a long time.

"Let reason be silent when observation and experience gainsay its theories."

Hail victory.

Anonymous Johnny Mayonnaise July 22, 2017 4:21 PM  

@43

I myself am not a libertarian (although I once was), and not all economists reporting these conclusions are libertarians.

The "argument," as you put it, is definitely NOT restricted to libertarians, nor to the libertarian philosophy.

Blogger pnq8787 July 22, 2017 4:24 PM  

I think all of this is too little too late. The American nation is not coming back. I like Trump, both as a personality and as a President, but I think all he is doing is delaying the inevitable decline of America into a Brazil style hell hole. America will still exist, it just won't be America any more. The sad part is America won't go out in a spectacular blaze of glory. America will, and in fact already is, steadily becoming non-America. I can tell you I already have nothing in common with most of my neighbors. The outlook is bleak. There will be no spectacular crash and rebirth from the fire. It's over folks. The Jews won.

OpenID paworldandtimes July 22, 2017 4:34 PM  

It's over folks.

Likelihood of this being (a) a demoralization shill, very high. The two other possibilities would be (b) a clear-headed forward thinker, and (c) an emotionally incontinent commenter.

I completely discount the likelihood of his being (b) because he speaks with an air certainty about things that exist solely in the realm of probability. I strongly but not completely discount the likelihood of his being (c) because I am picking up on a note of glee.

It's not just my intuition; demoralization shills follow a formula, and he checks the boxes.

PA

Blogger pnq8787 July 22, 2017 4:43 PM  

It's within the realm of possibility that an African pygmy could rise to become the King of England but that ain't gonna happen either. Like I said, America is screwed.

OpenID paworldandtimes July 22, 2017 4:45 PM  

Another box checked.

Blogger pnq8787 July 22, 2017 4:53 PM  

I suspect the black-pillers like me live in relatively Diverse areas whereas the white-pillers still live in whiteopias. Just you wait.

Blogger Cail Corishev July 22, 2017 4:54 PM  

The vast majority of economists

Bzzzt. Unless that sentence is going to continue "have been stuffed into a large burlap sack and thrown into the ocean," back up and start over.

Blogger praetorian July 22, 2017 5:05 PM  

The "argument," as you put it, is definitely NOT restricted to libertarians, nor to the libertarian philosophy.

I didn't say that it was. But (ex) libertarians will be familiar with the arguments, even if non-libertaria...

Never mind.

Anonymous Carny July 22, 2017 5:11 PM  

Meanwhile, trump wants to deregulate the financial sector...because that has been so good for Americans up til now.

Trump is one more shill for the bankers and his "Made in America" too phony to even contemplate.

Regulate the bankers
Break up the banks
Raise taxes on the wealthy and investment income.

Blogger Francis Parker Yockey July 22, 2017 5:21 PM  

@view

"Non union made in America is the key. its the unions that force businesses overseas"

It depends on the situation and the particular union. Public employee unions are far worse.

Anonymous Johnny Mayonnaise July 22, 2017 5:23 PM  

Unless that sentence is going to continue "have been stuffed into a large burlap sack and thrown into the ocean," back up and start over.

So we should reject everything that economists say, just because?

The majority of economists also believe that minimum wage laws increase unemployment, and that the corporate income tax raises the cost of living for average Americans.

Do you agree with those findings? Or do you want to throw them in the burlap sack, as well?

Blogger Snidely Whiplash July 22, 2017 5:37 PM  

Economists say what they are paid to say. I'm trying to think of a profession that has discredited itself more, and more often, and I can't come up with one. Not even news pundits.

Regulate the bankers
Break up the banks
Raise taxes on the wealthy and investment income.


Kill the bankers.
Divest the banks.
Eliminate the personal income tax.

Blogger Francis Parker Yockey July 22, 2017 5:38 PM  

@Johnny Mayonnaise

"not all economists reporting these conclusions are libertarians."

"Free trade" is to academic economists as muh Blank Slate/ antiracism is to the social "sciences." It's a sacred cow. They know which side their bread is buttered on. Look at the historical evidence, not complex econometric models based on shaky assumptions and motivated reasoning.

Blogger Francis Parker Yockey July 22, 2017 5:41 PM  

@paworldandtimes

"...he checks the boxes."

Yeah. Low effort black pill troll.

Blogger pnq8787 July 22, 2017 5:56 PM  

@57 It's low effort because I'm not trolling. I wish you guys would explain to us how realistically the whites are somehow going to regain racial unity and awareness in this socially policed society. I have a brown niece and a brown nephew. I am surrounded by high T brown men who seemingly do most of the actual work in my part of the country. Do you think they are soft? Do you think they are going to roll over? Do you think they are afraid of the supposedly high white IQ? Let me tell you something. What makes whites special is not IQ so much as the way whites have been bred over the last centuries to be socially cooperative. I can't even get my military careerist brothers to agree with my white identity band wagon. 99% of the politicians are traitors. The narrative is controlled. Now having laid out some of the social hurdles, how in the hell is what I'm saying even remotely unrealistic?

Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother July 22, 2017 5:59 PM  

TRUMP INVOKES COOLIDGE

I'LL BE IN MY BUNK

Anonymous Johnny Mayonnaise July 22, 2017 6:09 PM  

@56

Cuba does not have free trade. Cuba is a mess. I could cite dozens of other current and historical examples.

Trade is tied to many other factors, and does not stand alone.

And remember, free trade must be unfettered to work correctly. America's so-called "free trade" is heavily distorted by government intervention and corruption. Thus, as with protectionist trade, it performs poorly.

Just less so.

Blogger Buybuydandavis July 22, 2017 6:11 PM  

VD: "Reclaiming our heritage"

No surprising that you picked up on that in Trump's speech.

I wonder if any of the MSM will.

Blogger Buybuydandavis July 22, 2017 6:13 PM  

Natalie wrote:TGE...

TGE! I'm dying!

Blogger praetorian July 22, 2017 6:14 PM  

I wish you guys would explain to us how realistically the whites are somehow going to regain racial unity and awareness in this socially policed society.

Go back three years and look at the ideological and identitarian state of whites in America vs. today.

I'm sorry that social revolutions take longer than you would like.

Blogger pnq8787 July 22, 2017 6:18 PM  

@63 Point taken.

Blogger praetorian July 22, 2017 6:19 PM  

And remember, free trade must be unfettered to work correctly.

If you are genuinely interested in understanding why this is retarded, I recommend this book:

https://www.amazon.com/Free-Trade-Doesnt-Work-Replace/dp/0578079674

If you are genuinely interested in understanding why we all think economists are retarded, I recommend this book:

https://www.amazon.com/Debunking-Economics-Revised-Expanded-Dethroned/dp/1848139926

Demand curves don't stack, labor isn't mobile.

Enjoy.

Or don't.

We don't really care much.

Anonymous BBGKB July 22, 2017 6:20 PM  

Only the (((elite))) are getting enriched by importing the 3rd world onto welfare/section 8. That 3rdworlders can get social security disability for NO SPEAK ENGLISH, & a nicer taxpayer paid house than many whites have is also part of the (((PLAN))).
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2155726/Somali-family-benefits-handed-keys--2million-luxury-council-home-Londons-affluent-streets.html

To avoid the fate of Brazil we have to get rid of the 3rd world in 1st world nations. They are too stupid and medically needy to be dragged across the finish line. A brown gay at the pulse shooting thought he was helping by blocking the exit behind him, we risk a Bhopal disaster or CA just inspected dam failure with affirmative action.

Anonymous BBGKB July 22, 2017 6:33 PM  

I am surrounded by high T brown men who seemingly do most of the actual work in my part of the country. Do you think they are soft?

They are soft in the head & medically needy. Even at 100+ to 1 ratio of productive whites to 3rd worlders is an unbearable burden with pay as you go accounting.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2758055/Outraged-Swiss-village-1-000-residents-forced-raise-taxes-African-refugee-mother-seven-moves-costs-40-000-month-benefits.html

Anonymous A Most Deplorable Paradigm Is More Than Twenty Deplorable Cents July 22, 2017 6:46 PM  

@Johnny Mayonnaise

Not All Economists R Like That But In The Long Run They're All Dead.

Anonymous A Most Deplorable Paradigm Is More Than Twenty Deplorable Cents July 22, 2017 6:49 PM  

I can't even get my military careerist brothers to agree with my white identity band wagon

Low energy black pill troll AND swastika panties?
Who would expect that?

Anonymous Johnny Mayonnaise July 22, 2017 7:07 PM  

@65 praetorian

"... I recommend this book:"

I've read plenty on trade philosophy. For every one of yours, there are dozens, perhaps hundreds, of books that argue that free trade is superior than protectionist trade.

... we all think economists are retarded ..."

No, we don't. When you say "we all," are you saying that all of Vox's readers are in lockstep with his thinking? I agree with Vox 90% of the time, but not necessarily on this issue.

By the way: Keen, the author of one your anti-free-trade books, happens to be (gasp!) an economist.

Demand curves don't stack.

Puh-lease. When Vox says it, it's thought-provoking and original. Not so when you just parrot it back.

Blogger Artisanal Toad July 22, 2017 7:12 PM  

@58

"The narrative is controlled. Now having laid out some of the social hurdles, how in the hell is what I'm saying even remotely unrealistic?"

You see what you want to see, and upon observation your perceptions are shaped by your own fears. The classic question of Churchill to which the answer was "The sum of all their fears" covers it.

"The sad part is America won't go out in a spectacular blaze of glory. America will, and in fact already is, steadily becoming non-America."

I don't know that I'd call it a blaze of glory, but the end-game with the highest probability is to have the power grid taken down, the supply chain broken and +70% of the population die from violence, lack of food and water, disease and exposure to the elements. It doesn't matter whether it's done intentionally or by accident, it's the weak link on which everything depends.

Trump's election and performance to date has significantly altered the probability of such an end-game in the near future and if he can get far enough along in his agenda (build the wall and send these people home) then such an event might be forestalled for generations. One significant factor (perhaps the most) is he can shape the high court to be conservative for at least the next generation. We only need a ruling from the USSC on the 14th Amendment to destroy the anchor-baby citizenship retroactively, which means 50 million can be sent home.

However, what you fail to realize is it isn't the social ability of whites, it's their ability to ruthlessly wage war in an extremely efficient manner that sets us apart. For now we aren't there yet and everyone needs to be behind Trump 100% because he is our president and his policies are the only reasonable ones available to support. Take your demoralization shit and go somewhere else.

We don't care.

OpenID paworldandtimes July 22, 2017 7:13 PM  

They are soft in the head & medically needy

Yeah, I've seen those "high T brown men" flood state parks with their families.

Not 90%, not 95%, not 99%, but 100% of their kids are morbidly obese.

Blogger praetorian July 22, 2017 7:15 PM  

I've read plenty on trade philosophy. For every one of yours, there are dozens, perhaps hundreds, of books that argue that free trade is superior than protectionist trade.

OK.

By the way: Keen, the author of one your anti-free-trade books, happens to be (gasp!) an economist.

That is a really good point, Johnny Mayonnaise.

Puh-lease. When Vox says it, it's thought-provoking and original. Not so when you just parrot it back.

Just to be clear, parroting Bastiat is allowed though, right?

Blogger Snidely Whiplash July 22, 2017 7:20 PM  

@Johnny,
Take your Muh Free Trade dogma and shove it. Free Trade has demonstrably destroyed the Black Working class, and devastated the White Working class. Suicide is now the leading cause of death for middle-age working class Wites, followed closely by drug overdose and drug and alcohol related morbidity.
Perhaps there is more profit overall, but it's going to the (((banksters))), not to Americans.

F*** those guys, f*** Yur Free Trade, and f*** you.

Anonymous A Deplorable Paradigm Is More Than Twenty Cents July 22, 2017 7:23 PM  

...books that argue that free trade is superior than protectionist trade.

Superior for whom?

Anonymous two sentries July 22, 2017 7:26 PM  

"And remember, free trade must be unfettered to work correctly."

No one cares whether free trade works correctly. We care whether America works correctly.


Anonymous Johnny Mayonnaise July 22, 2017 7:27 PM  

Just to be clear, parroting Bastiat is allowed though, right?

Well, okay ... but try not to do it on Bastiat's blog.

Blogger Artisanal Toad July 22, 2017 7:34 PM  

"For every one of yours, there are dozens, perhaps hundreds, of books that argue..."

Ever notice how a few diet books actually tell people how to lose weight and it boils down to eating fewer calories than you burn... and over time you'll lose weight?

Of course, for every book that tells the truth about that there are dozens, if not hundreds of books that tell people what they want to hear by focusing on extremely unlikely and localized examples where something really stupid actually worked because of some unique factors that don't exist in the general population.

Never underestimate the capacity of charlatans to write books that tell people the lies they want to hear.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash July 22, 2017 7:36 PM  

So, I'm about 70% sure Johnny is a (((woman)))

Blogger praetorian July 22, 2017 7:40 PM  

Well, okay ... but try not to do it on Bastiat's blog.

Hail victory.

Anonymous Johnny Mayonnaise July 22, 2017 7:49 PM  

So, I'm about 70% sure Johnny is a (((woman)))

Hah! Genuinely funny! However:

6'1", male, married (yes, to a woman), played rugby in college, love martial arts, and my father was a Christian minister.

That settled, owing to your name I'm about 70% sure that you have a mustache.

Blogger praetorian July 22, 2017 8:11 PM  

Mayo, if you genuinely want to understand why most of us reject free trade now, beyond just having eyes to see, read the two books I offered.

Nothing we are going to say in the comments section here is going to change your mind, and, as I said, since we are mostly ex-libertarians, so we are familiar with the arguments for free trade.

Blogger Thucydides July 22, 2017 8:18 PM  

Protectionism and neo mercantilism (because of the deep connections and networks of crony capitalism in the United States between Big Business and Big Government) will make this less efficient than it could be, the rent seekers will be skimming a lot off the top.

We can do an end run and both make TGE's agenda work and reap the benefits. I have advocated "Boycotting Blue", where *we* break the financial and influence networks established by governments, big business, bureaucracies and other opponents. However, the real key isn't just to boycott them, but to create and support our own substitutes. Consider the effects of creating and supporting hundreds of companies in Red States making breakfast foods in competition to companies like Kellogg's or General Mills. The large converged companies suffer a huge hit in their income (and the amount of money they can use to support converged NGO's, corrupt politicians and so on), while at the same time creating millions of new jobs spread across the nation. Apply this to almost every other industry and sector (within reason: it is much easier to take on some industry sectors than others) and watch the jobs numbers and median incomes rise. The ultimate beneficiary is TGE himself; the rapid expansion of the small and medium business sectors replacing goods and services in "Blue" areas also translates into satisfied voters and pulling independents and the apolitical into the fold as well.

This can be thought of as the economic counterpart to the "Island Hopping" campaign in WWII, the Blue "islands" get cut off and isolated,losing money and influence, while the remainder of the country starts moving from strength to strength.

Anonymous Luke July 22, 2017 8:26 PM  

42. Johnny Mayonnaise July 22, 2017 4:01 PM
"Although I like Trump and am glad he is our president, I am not one to rubber-stamp this policy.

The vast majority of economists say that "Buy American" is actually bad for America in the long run. It is a prime example of the "seen vs. the unseen."


You're obviously referring to economists that are nearly all followers of Keynes, who was wrong about much more than he was right. Fail; try again (this time referencing Austrian-school guys who prefer to quote Hazlitt, Hayek, Mises, or Rothbard instead of someone so intellectually limited he never fully grasped TANSTAAFL).

Anonymous Baseball Savant July 22, 2017 8:37 PM  

Hah! Genuinely funny! However:

6'1", male, married (yes, to a woman), played rugby in college, love martial arts, and my father was a Christian minister.

That settled, owing to your name I'm about 70% sure that you have a mustache.


I hate crap like this. It's so gay. You're a homo. Just start snowflaking like a bitch. I'm 6'5/270lbs. I love martial arts. I drink beer by the case when I'm not drinking Jack Daniels like water. My wife is a fitness model and I slay her pussy on the reg. I make the Marlboro Man look like a pansy. I make 7 figures and just got back from yacht sailing around the cayman islands. hahahahaha! Good grief.

Anonymous A Most Deplorable Paradigm Is More Than Twenty Deplorable Cents July 22, 2017 9:21 PM  

Johnny Mayonnaise was not a Finnish Marine, though.

Blogger Michael Maier July 22, 2017 9:27 PM  

Francis Parker Yockey wrote:@view

"Non union made in America is the key. its the unions that force businesses overseas"

It depends on the situation and the particular union. Public employee unions are far worse.


IIRC, Trump mentioned something about destroying all federal unions and their legal protections. I am a federal worker and I say "ABOUT DAMNED TIME".

If he promised to abort AFFIRMATIVE BLACKTION, I'd apply for Trump's own Death's Head Squadron.

Blogger tz July 22, 2017 9:32 PM  

Half OT.

Glenn Beck! says Wind turbines are Wacist!

I never noticed that every windmill I've seen is white.

Not to mention they are boondogles.

Anonymous Mr. Rational July 22, 2017 9:48 PM  

@83  Interesting idea, "island-hopping".  But it's much easier to cut off the converged organizations we don't need replacements for.  Cable TV operators, for example.  Just cut the cord, done.

If you can get your bars and restaurants to get rid of ESPN and CNN, so much the better.

I'm not sure about replacements for broadband service.  There are supposedly some in my area but I can't remember their URLs long enough to check them out at home.

Blogger Cail Corishev July 22, 2017 9:51 PM  

Many years ago, I worked for a short time for the US Postal Service. One day they called my shift in for a union recruitment meeting. They made a big show of, "All managers must leave the room," which I thought was pretty funny, getting things off to a good start. Then they gave us the sales pitch for joining the union, which basically boiled down to, "If you ever want to charge your manager with sexual harassment, we'll back you." Being a dude and bigger than any of the managers, I wasn't too worried about that (this was before aggressive trannies).

Seriously, that was about it. By law, USPS workers can't strike, so all salary negotations are done by arbitration. We worked in a nice air-conditioned room with clearly-defined fire exits, not chained to machines in a factory with broken glass on the floor. All the stuff that people used to join unions for (even in theory) was already settled and off the table, so the only reason to join was to have legal counsel if you ever wanted to sue the place.

They passed around a sheaf of paperwork to sign, with no more than a few minutes to read it. I asked if I could take it home to look over the fine print, and they said it couldn't leave the room, so I passed it back. The whole thing was just a joke, the way they tried to present it like we were Teamsters in a conflict with The Man of management, when there was nothing of the sort anymore.

So I've never had much respect for unions. That doesn't mean I'm going to buy a bunch of economists asserting that unions drive jobs overseas. Maybe they do, maybe they don't. I think burdensome regulations and the attraction of cheap labor -- not just cheaper than union wages, but far cheaper than any American wage could ever be -- are much bigger factors.

Blogger Cail Corishev July 22, 2017 9:56 PM  

VD: "Reclaiming our heritage"
No surprising that you picked up on that in Trump's speech.
I wonder if any of the MSM will.


Probably not, since all they hear when he speaks is lots of strident German shouting.

Anonymous Johnny Mayonnaise July 22, 2017 10:26 PM  

@85 Baseball Savant:

You missed the joke. Read it again, but slowly this time. It's subtle.

And I knew I should have included the part about being a pussy slayer ...


Blogger Snidely Whiplash July 22, 2017 10:35 PM  

Now I'm 80% sure.

Blogger RobertDWood July 22, 2017 11:46 PM  

With secret kings it is hard to tell

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