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Sunday, April 15, 2018

Afraid to hope

SF explains why more and more Trump supporters are showing a tendency to freak out when they are disappointed by his statements and actions:
I think the reason lots of people are panicking is because they have been burned and burned repeatedly by people they elected who were "their guy." They are suffering from political "attachment disorder." They want to be the ones to terminate their loyalty to the President on their own terms rather than feel like they got screwed again after trusting yet another political leader who tells them what they want them to hear only to turn on them.
For those who are suffering from this disorder and genuinely feel frightened that the God-Emperor will betray them sooner or later, allow me to suggest the following litany, which, like the Bene Gesseret Litany Against Fear, may prove soothing.

Trump is not the answer.
Trump is not the salvation.
Trump is not the last and final hope.
Mistakes will be made.
Decisions will prove suboptimal.
Failure is likely. Disaster is possible.
The world is fallen and ruled by evil.
Republics and empires always fall.
Gideon only needed 300.
Jesus only needed 12.
Don't be afraid.
This is just the first level.
There is always hope.

If we get screwed again, we get screwed again. So what? What is the alternative, go back to the Jebs and Hillarys? Put our trust in the Romneys and Ryans? Trump was just the message. Trump is not the Second Coming of Charles Martel, the Defender of the West. He never promised to be. The time is not yet ripe. It cannot be, not when more than half the self-professed Right still firmly clings to the equality of race and religion, to multiculturalism, to civic nationalism, and to Judeo-Christianity, to the very deceits that are actively destroying everything they claim to cherish.

Before he comes, the statues of Stonewall Jackson and Thomas Jefferson and George Washington and Woodrow Wilson will fall. Perhaps even Abraham Lincoln. Before he comes, the South Africaust will take place. Before he comes, even the cucks and conservatives, even the identity-complicated and the civic nationalists, will be crying out to St. Breivik to save the harried remnants of their peoples from the barbarians they welcomed inside the gates as equals.

Only then, like Alfred the Great defending Anglo-Saxon England from the Great Heathen Army, will the people of the West be ready for the return of the Hammer. Only then will they be worthy of him.

Do not despair. Do not be afraid to hope. Remember, the Alt-Right is inevitable because the Alt-Right is the only political philosophy that is soundly based on a foundation of truth, history, logic, science, and Scripture. That is why not only the Left, but the cucks and cons and churchians as well, are observably terrified of debating us, listening to us, or even just accurately characterizing our views. They literally cannot handle the truth yet. And they will not be able to handle it, much less accept it, until the feelbads of their observed reality exceeds their feelbads caused by the truth.

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85 Comments:

Blogger Howard Stone April 15, 2018 8:11 AM  

We need to prepare and brace ourselves for the not so distant future when the liberals gain control of the government again. They will show no mercy.

Blogger pyrrhus April 15, 2018 8:21 AM  

Trump is a transitional figure...We need to be grateful for what he is achieving, and the time he is buying us...

Blogger Rocklea Marina April 15, 2018 8:22 AM  

Hear, hear.

Blogger McChuck April 15, 2018 8:25 AM  

Bad times make hard men. Hard men make good times. Good times make weak men. Weak men make bad times.

The times are not yet sufficiently bad, and the men are not yet sufficiently hard. But the ground slopes that way.

Remember, people. We fought WWII with 133 million US citizens - and fewer than 120 million of them were whites. We can recover from that population level again, if we must.

Blogger Lazarus April 15, 2018 8:26 AM  

Concernfag 1

Concernfag 2

Concernfag 3

Blogger McChuck April 15, 2018 8:31 AM  

Don't lose sight of the transition points. Between 2032 and 2034, the debtocalypse arrives. Government spending will either collapse or explode, but the current regimes CANNOT continue much past that point. We have until 2020 to change course so that the transition is relatively soft - like losing a hand. We have until 2024 to change course so that the transition is painful, but survivable - like losing an arm. After that, the debtocalypse is essentially inevitable.

Blogger Lovekraft April 15, 2018 8:32 AM  

from Takimag's Week that Perished, an article backing up VD's claim (in the L Menschling debate) about how the March of Time doesn't bode well for Holocausianitists.

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/holocaust-study-millennials/

Blogger Lazarus April 15, 2018 8:33 AM  

Now that the little Syria distraction has been tidied up, GEOTUS is tweet-raping Comey

Blogger Arthur Isaac April 15, 2018 8:34 AM  

I that is what the Rapture is for. None of them plan on being here once TSHTF.

Blogger LP999-16 April 15, 2018 8:39 AM  

Keep the faith -

Wonderful post.

Around here for a while has been an encouragement to not despair. We have great lives or sometimes troubled times offline that contribute to despair in a system as if we are subject to the holes in it that one can easily work around, which does not refer to the POTUS.

Every administration has taxed, spent, cut taxes, raised taxes, had an issue or two in regards to the military. Whatever.

Keep faith, crack open some water, have a nice meal and relax, its still the month of Easter.

Blogger AdognamedOp April 15, 2018 8:43 AM  

A to the men. We got more than Twelve Brutha.

Blogger Azure Amaranthine April 15, 2018 8:44 AM  

"Only then will they be worthy of him."

And there it is.

"Success comes most swiftly and completely not to the greatest or perhaps even to the ablest men, but to those whose gifts are most completely in harmony with the taste of their times."

There can be a thousand Martels in waiting, and not one will ever be able to rise until the people are fit for it.

Blogger lazlo azavaar April 15, 2018 8:44 AM  

If we wish to be great again, we cannot allow ourselves the weakness of despair.

Blogger Arthur Isaac April 15, 2018 8:51 AM  

@AA: "When the student is ready, the teacher will appear."

Blogger Howard Stone April 15, 2018 8:52 AM  

Libs have shown us how they use law enforcement and government agencies to persecute those who oppose them. Once back in power they will ruthlessly punish any and everyone they can, with impunity, by then all MSM will be converged, along with the last hold out Fox News, that process is already happening, and they will use that media to demonize their enemies and justify the violence they use against them. When that begins, well, there is your civil war my friends.

Blogger tz April 15, 2018 8:55 AM  

The problem is denial causes unpreparedness. When the wicked day comes, many of the cucks will die.

My problem with the civic nationalists is not just the virtue-signalling against the alt-right, but how that seems to be the only thing they do.

How about insuring non-citizens don't vote? How about suing to insure the 2nd amendment rights are protected?

They seem to be waiting for the evil and insane to come to their senses and listen to reason so they can battle on that field. It won't happen.

But you are as likely to convince them of the situation - even though they understand man is fallen and corrupt - as they are when they try to talk to liberals.

When they are starving like the Venezuelans, they still might not be convinced. Like the socialists that just say it hasn't really been tried, the constitutionalists fail to note it only works with a moral, educated people, but somehow want to find a cheap, easy, magic bullet that will convince the alien cultures in our midst to "come to Jefferson".

It requires the actual move of the Holy Spirit to "come to Jesus". And that is a prerequisite.

If you hold to the Natural Law, the Declaration and Constitution are implementation details. If you don't, they are irrelevant. They mean whatever some idiot on the Supreme Court says they mean and apparently three generations of idiots aren't enough.

Blogger James Dixon April 15, 2018 8:57 AM  

White Generation Z has watched their teachers lying to them since the cradle. They have watched the ever faster disintegration of their society. The have continuously been accused of being the greatest evil to ever walk the earth, when they know quite well they are not.

Not even Gen X had to deal with all of this to the degree they have. The millennials broke under the strain. They haven't. They are will be ready when the time comes.

Blogger James Dixon April 15, 2018 8:59 AM  

> When that begins, well, there is your civil war my friends.

Of course. Have you not been warned? Repeatedly? Trump was the last hope for peace. They have rejected it.

Blogger Arthur Isaac April 15, 2018 9:02 AM  

The problem is denial causes unpreparedness. When the wicked day comes, many of the cucks will die.

Judeo-Kervorkian will never let the good white people suffer. Their Bible tells them so.

Blogger Dirtnapninja April 15, 2018 9:07 AM  

It will come once the conservatives finally realise there is little worth conserving.

Whites need to break attachments to the system. It is no longer our system. It no longer serves us. It hates us. Once this realization sets in the last remnants of rightwing conservatism will pass and a true revolutionary spirit will be achieved.

Blogger tz April 15, 2018 9:10 AM  

The Declaration was in 1776.
In 1774, the continental Congress sent
The Petition to the King
noting the grievances and asking for relief.

We are still at that point, though the alt-right is thinking about 1776. Even back then without modern communications, it took "the shot heard around the world" - which was an attempt to seize ball and powder (modern version is gun control) on April 19 1775 - the original Patriot's day, then a few more events to come to July 4, 1776.

On April 19, 1776, the following sermon was preached at the church in Lexington

It is probably better to listen to that sermon today than the typical one you will get from the modern pastors. But I can also recommend Chuch Baldwin's sermons on everything else. Warning - he doesn't like Trump for the right reasons.

Blogger Cubby8126 April 15, 2018 9:12 AM  

This has essentially been my mentality from the start. Trump made a mistake? Welp, wtf other choice do we have? At least he is observably trying to do right by his base, the american people, unlike every cuck and con of recent memory.

Blogger Azure Amaranthine April 15, 2018 9:12 AM  

"Trump was the last hope for peace."

Not even. Trump has never been anything more than a stave to hold it off a few more years while lines are drawn.

To those unfamiliar, don't touch the Tuatha-turd.

Blogger Mr.MantraMan April 15, 2018 9:18 AM  

Oh good grief reading these prophets of doom, fully trained conservatives, ready to tailgate the left at a moment's notice and to offer the usual proscriptions of DOOOOOM once they figure out no one paid much attention to the latest conservative posturing.

Here is the final take on what we need to know about the GE and the whack-a-mole merry go round that DC makes a living, the GE hates being stooged and nothing says being a stooge then listening to the swamp rats call for war. Clinton was a stooge, Bush II is the picture of stoogery, Obama was the rent boy in the bathhouse of the Stooge Club.

And here we are, not mocking the Global Policeman role and shiny badges types of the left and right, nor are we pointing out and mocking the failed strategy (tactic as strategy) Whack-a-mole in the middle east, but we got DOOOM and it sounds smart, uh huh.

Blogger Cubby8126 April 15, 2018 9:19 AM  

Not to mention, trump is the first right sided candidate to give us any real substantial hope and invigorate people this way in a long ass time. Before this me and many others never voted, never gave a shit about politics, and never payed any attention. Whatever he is or whatrver he will do, for once, voting for someone felt right.

Blogger James Dixon April 15, 2018 9:21 AM  

> Not even. Trump has never been anything more than a stave to hold it off a few more years while lines are drawn.

A forlorn hope was still hope.

Yes, it turned out to be a false hope. But it was a necessary step in the process.

Blogger Dave April 15, 2018 9:25 AM  

What is the alternative

For those that constantly bitch and moan about Trump; remember we could have had this:

During the event, Hillary was awarded an honorary lifetime Wing membership and was welcomed by the interviewers as the “newest member of our coven” in front of a room filled with cheering members.

Blogger Aeoli April 15, 2018 9:45 AM  

Life is pain. Pain teaches fear, which keeps us alive.

But then there are three ways to respond to fear: fight, flight, and freeze. To fight fear is to seek meaning from the pain. To flee is to abnegate all responsibility, and preferring to be set apart in isolation and safety. To freeze is to submit to an overwhelming force and suffer the anxiety of the powerless, who don't know when the next lash will fall.

The cuckservative submits, the libertarian sets himself apart, and the Alt-Right fights.

Blogger Uncle John's Band April 15, 2018 9:47 AM  

This is just an excellent piece.

@ 17. James Dixon

"White Generation Z has watched their teachers lying to them since the cradle... They will be ready when the time comes."

I can't agree more. This is why it is so important to push truth about our heritage. Gen Z is way hungrier for reliable knowledge than the older cohort. They just need places to get it.

Blogger Wayne April 15, 2018 9:49 AM  

This probably explains why a lot of passengers on the Trump train have one foot on and one foot off. Any mistake or deviation from policy and they jump off. I am growing weary of their incessant whining (that means you, Ann Coulter). Trump would not have been elected as a conventional politician. Yet, he has to fight multiple battle fronts like one to survive in DC. No one wanted him there and in case anyone hasn't noticed, they still don't want him there. He is a self-made billionaire that doesn't need this job. I am on the train until it derails.

Blogger Mr.MantraMan April 15, 2018 9:53 AM  

Conservatives give over the domination of the Moral Level of conflict to the Left and hope to quibble the intellectual, never mind the physical level that is given over to the optics that do not frighten nice white ladies.

If you want to see what dominating the Moral Level of conflict would look like go to Saker's latest piece, scroll thru it the end till you get to Nasrallah's victory speech, that is at the very least contesting the Moral Level.

Now I have to ask why I have to reference a Shia muslim's pronouncements on this is beyond me.

Anonymous Anonymous April 15, 2018 9:54 AM  

If the Globalists do not fight us the Alt-Right wins.

If the Globalists fight us the Alt-Right wins quicker.

Rejoice when they come against us.

--ZhukovG

Blogger Howard Stone April 15, 2018 9:56 AM  

In this last election by electing Trump we defeated the Clintons, the Bushes and Obama. We dealt a huge blow to the MSM. We forced them to take off their masks, to show their true colors. Don’t forget this. They are trying to make you forget.

Blogger Wynn Lloyd April 15, 2018 10:10 AM  

Uplifting post!
The worriers should relax a little.
He still has two and a half years left. Damn. We shouldn't give our overall assessment when he's not even halfway done.
So he lobbed a bunch of missiles after telling the Syrians and Russians ahead of time. You only do something like that if you are having to act for some reason, but don't want to actually go through with it. Stalling, delaying, distracting. He didn't invade them. The missile barrage was deliberately neutered, even. We go from being pissed about a false flag gas attack to acting like the president is the one gassing people.

"South Africaust" is the perfect term. It needs to be spread far and wide.

Blogger Johnny April 15, 2018 10:10 AM  

Trump is like the star player on a losing team. The team still loses but not by as much, and the star player gets little credit regardless of individual performance.

If you are into social change, at the least Trump has forced the other side to show its hand. The expanding divide in the American population, widely billed as a bad thing, is a good thing if you happen not to support the established order.

Blogger Johnny April 15, 2018 10:12 AM  

>>The missile barrage...

Fireworks display and people are getting all huffy puffy about it.

Blogger Shimshon April 15, 2018 10:22 AM  

I voted for Bush in 2000. I soured on him in the aftermath of 9/11 (you could call it my Patriot Act moment) and never looked back.

I have not yet had a comparable moment regarding Trump. If Bush had lobbed a few missiles at Syria, why would I have cared, since I already despised him? Given what I've seen and read, I'm as inclined to keep calm as ever. A few missiles, which might actually have targeted Deep State outposts anyway, is not going to change my mind. Even an alleged bumpstock ban is nothing to me, unless and until it actually gets enacted. Lack of a built wall may end up dooming Trump, but judgement day for that is 2020, not now.

Blogger Ceasar April 15, 2018 10:26 AM  

Amen

Blogger James Dixon April 15, 2018 10:28 AM  

> I voted for Bush in 2000.

He was his father's son. I voted third party.

Blogger Jamie-R April 15, 2018 10:36 AM  

Had to drop a Trumpwave on this situation. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lSqGhCoFY6w

Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother April 15, 2018 10:40 AM  

Trump is polarizing. He is forcing the enemy to show his face, revealing the enemy to us. What I see as his most valuable gift to us is showing us we are in a war, and making those battle lines grow clearer.

When Trump leaves office, there will be no doubt, no denying who the enemy is, both in our midst and far away.

Blogger Jack Ward April 15, 2018 10:41 AM  

This may be one of the most important posts Vox has ever done. Read it well, over and over. Try to understand it.
If you despair, despair wins, you lose. Satan, in all his forms, wins, you lose. Don't let Satan win.
I partially disagree with Vox. Trump may yet become the true, modern Charles Martel, the Hammer. I shall, from hereon refer to the GE as the 'Hammer' More so, each of us can be the Hammer. Holding the image in mind and soul becomes the reality. Multitudes holding the image of courage, non despair, and battle against evil in mind becomes the reality. Who knows the future, or present, major public image of the 'Hammer, Maybe Trump, maybe Vox, maybe Ivan Throne, maybe me and you.
How can they win over millions of 'Hammers, well armed and resolute?
Remember the scene from Spartacus where he was about to stand and reveal he was, indeed, Spartacus and take the heat. Before he could get up his brave and good warriors jumped to their feet and yelled out, 'I am Spartacus' You, too, can be one of those.
Remember from movie The 13th.Warrior where the lead character, played by Antonio Bandaras, as he and a few others, in the final, climatic, battle scene against impossible odds, prayed to his God, 'Let me live these next few moments well'
Live your moments well, fellow warriors and don't let despair win.

Frank Herbert, in novel Dune, wrote an important book. It was one of the first, fictional, examples of 4th.war I ever read. In it was...

LITANY AGAINST FEAR
I must not fear.
Fear is the mind-killer.
Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration.
I will face my fear.
I will permit it to pass over me and through me.
And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path.
Where the fear has gone there will be nothing.
Only I will remain.

Keep this image in mind as well.

Anonymous Anonymous April 15, 2018 10:41 AM  

Howard Stone wrote:Libs have shown us how they use law enforcement and government agencies to persecute those who oppose them. Once back in power they will ruthlessly punish any and everyone they can, with impunity, by then all MSM will be converged, along with the last hold out Fox News, that process is already happening, and they will use that media to demonize their enemies and justify the violence they use against them. When that begins, well, there is your civil war my friends.

@15 My parents and friends seem oblivious to this. This is WHY the Senate should've changed its rule for simple majority, instead of leaving in Obama era policies in place. Some members of my family are convinced we're heading towards a glorious future with millions of workers permanently displaced due to automation etc. They're in for a rude awakening.

James Dixon wrote:White Generation Z has watched their teachers lying to them since the cradle. They have watched the ever faster disintegration of their society. The have continuously been accused of being the greatest evil to ever walk the earth, when they know quite well they are not.

Not even Gen X had to deal with all of this to the degree they have. The millennials broke under the strain. They haven't. They are will be ready when the time comes.


@17 Aggregately, yes Millenials broke under the strain. Unless you have a new term for those of born between 80 and 89, I'm a Millenial I suppose (born in the mid-80s). Some of us know what's coming and are actively preparing. Don't count us out by when we were born.

Azure Amaranthine wrote:"Trump was the last hope for peace."

Not even. Trump has never been anything more than a stave to hold it off a few more years while lines are drawn.

To those unfamiliar, don't touch the Tuatha-turd.


@23 That's how I've viewed him and am acting accordingly. Starting a new job in fed.gov contract world again shortly, getting money in the bank which translates into more money for lead, gold, silver, tobacco, etc.

Jamie-R wrote:Had to drop a Trumpwave on this situation. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lSqGhCoFY6w

@40 A buddy from Spain sent me this at around 8 or 9 am when I was visiting some friends one day. What a way to wake up!

Blogger steve April 15, 2018 10:42 AM  

Dead kids = DO SOMETHING! Otherwise you come off looking like a heartless monster. Either that or Ivanka got in his ear again.

Blogger Meimou April 15, 2018 10:50 AM  

If you see Trumps presidency as a reprieve rather than a permanent victory,you won't feel as let down as Alex Jones and others. Use this time to prepare for the globalist getting back the executive.Get in shape. Buy guns and ammo. Find like minded people to survive with.

I would like to think this latest fiasco was 3D chess, but Trumps body language suggest it wasn't; Jones, "Zack"(a honest Q) and Bombard would tell you he was gotten to and defeated.

Body Language: Syria Round Table Trump Defeated
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=vCAXoYEvuBM&feature=youtu.be


Blogger Andrew Pryzant April 15, 2018 10:50 AM  

The President has been given the job of turning a super tanker ship with a paddle. It won't be accomplished instantly or without the use of expediency (I e Syrian bombing). His opponents are nearly the entirety of the global ruling class.

Anonymous Anonymous April 15, 2018 10:53 AM  

Thanks for the perspective. I am one who you could say has lost my hope. But these are early days.

Blogger Rocklea Marina April 15, 2018 10:55 AM  

MIC tool box
Tools can be a useful thing
Broken? Put in box

Hai-Q

Blogger Frank Brady April 15, 2018 10:58 AM  

The one thing that Putin cannot and must not do is nothing. Because the attack on Syria was based on a lie, #Washington's lunatic war criminals have shown the world that they feel free to attack Russia's national interest at any time & for any reason. They must be stopped or world war is a virtual certainty.

https://www.thenewamerican.com/usnews/foreign-policy/item/28747-tucker-carlson-of-fox-news-exposes-warmongers-on-Syria

Blogger Dave April 15, 2018 10:59 AM  

Dead kids = DO SOMETHING!

Kids gassed to death in Syria = DO SOMETHING!

Kids shot to death every day in Chicago = Meh

Blogger Lazarus April 15, 2018 11:00 AM  

@45
> Jones, "Zack"(a honest Q) and Bombard would tell you he was gotten to and defeated.

When Jones started crying, it reminded me of Jimmy Swaggart apologizing to the congregation for taking up with an ugly whore.

Blogger kurt9 April 15, 2018 11:00 AM  

I do not get upset when Trump does something I don't agree with because he still does most of the stuff I agree with and far more than any other politician. It was the same thing with Reagan. I liked Reagan's commitment to deregulation and free-markets, particularly in contrast to the 1960's and 1970's when everyone believed socialism was the way to go. However, I was not keen to the defense buildup (having worked in it in the late 80's, I saw how corrupt it was) nor the war on drugs. I especially did not like the deficits.

Its the same thing with Trump. There are things he is doing that I like and there things he is doing that I dislike. However, if he gets it right 50% of the time, that's still 50% better than what Clit-bitch or anyone else would do, which would be 0%.

I'll take my 50% over 0% any day of the week.

Blogger kurt9 April 15, 2018 11:03 AM  

One more point. If Trump is removed from office for any reason whatsoever, I will assume it is a coup.

Blogger Crush Limbraw April 15, 2018 11:20 AM  

Danged, Vox - this is good stuff! Your capsule summary of our path and our role in it is awesome and reminds of a DVD set we tackled in a small group 10-12 years ago - "From Tyranny to Triumph" by Marshall Foster.
The problem with most of us is that we lack a sense of history. Dr. Foster covers the 2000 years of Christianity - total of 12 hours - very realistic and encouraging. Available from a number of sources.

Blogger cmbaileytstc April 15, 2018 11:22 AM  

Assume Trump is at least partially being held hostage by Deep State bad actors and that’s why he is doing some things he constantly tweeted were dumb before Be was president. How can we help him?

Blogger Crush Limbraw April 15, 2018 11:29 AM  

What needs to happen with all of us is to stop bitching and become mentors.
Vox is clearly our mentor here - it doesn't mean he's always right but he sure as hell has the best PERSPECTIVE here, which requires knowledge and patience.
In short, all of us must be maturing as we grow older and become the stalwarts within our circle of influence. The biggest problem with our culture now is the lack of maturity - Hebrews 5:11-14

Anonymous Anonymous April 15, 2018 11:45 AM  

The citizens of Weimar stood up to (((them))) then got to watch as their wives and daughters were carpet bombed by Jew bankers and raped by (((Soviet))) infantry. Even today, the memories of these resisters to state-Judaism are ground into dust in Holyhoax Memorials places even in the smallest American hamlets. #NeverForget

Anonymous Anonymous April 15, 2018 11:50 AM  

I don't think I've gotten to repeat a favorite phrase around here much, but ...

I stand with Jack Ward

This post needs to go up on the wall, SDL.

Blogger Unknown April 15, 2018 12:03 PM  

SHEESH! For a nation that proclaims Football" as the national game, it's surprising how few understand the concept of "misdirection". And how even fewer get that TRUMP is a masterful user of such to gain Yuge victories!

Or how the "misdirection" fostered by hundreds of Deep State trolls, 'bots and shills, is taken by supposedly "sophisticated" commentators, as being an expression of the Trump supporters that they are abandoning the Trump ship, jumping off the Trump Train, call it what you want...

Always brings to mind that scene in "Animal House" where Kevin Bacon tries to stem the panic caused by the Delta float: "All is well"! The he gets stampeded.

Blogger Unknown April 15, 2018 12:16 PM  

kurt9 said,
"I do not get upset when Trump does something I don't agree with..."

What's not to agree with? Bombing the crap out of Deep State (McCain's and Obama's) assets without risking the lives of our military? Or the start of a major war with Russia for two reason: 1) Putin was given heads-up, so his assets and Assad's assets were untouched and 2) The use of new, "smarter" missiles showed Putin just how weak he really is ?

Come on people! Do some thinking! Get away form conventional wisdom and conventional news sources, even FOX is a deep state asset as "controlled opposition"!

Visit YouTube and learn about "Q" and his merry band of REAL NEWS INTELLIGENCE ASSETS. Take the time to apply your "critical thinking skills" and learn of the ongoing struggle between the Trump faction and the Deep State!

It's eye-opening and REAL, except to those who efuse to see.

Blogger cmbaileytstc April 15, 2018 12:18 PM  

“Bombing the crap out of Deep State assets”-Tell me more.

Blogger Dave April 15, 2018 12:31 PM  

genkong does this mean you'll be posting less about all the the things Trump hasn't done yet and posting more about his accomplishments? One of your latest comments you did go down that track a-ways.

Blogger Emmett Fitz-Hume April 15, 2018 12:34 PM  

The Litany Against Cuckery!!!!

Fantastic stuff.

Nil Desperandum. Or if you prefer Captain Peter Quincy Taggert of the NSEA Protector:

Never Give Up, Never Surrender.

Blogger Salt April 15, 2018 12:38 PM  

Some day people will say, "It didn't have to be this way." Problem is, of course it did. It could be no other way.

Blogger CM April 15, 2018 12:41 PM  

I think the #NT Waterboard Drip is also having an effect (not in isolation to what your quote has to say). They work off each other.

There's both the "play on my terms" and the defensive avoidance of the #NT "I Told You So". I don't think that affects your readers, but I do think it affects the average Trump voter.

Blogger seeingsights April 15, 2018 12:48 PM  

No politician is perfect. A previous poster brought up Ronald Reagan. Back then, I agreed with his economic and foreign policy. However, I thought his support for the War on Drugs was wrong headed. Also, I remembered reading back in the 1980s about the sanctuary movement. Back then, I wondered, hmm, giving shelter to illegal immigrants, isn't that illegal? As far as I know, the Reagan Administration didn't go after the sanctuary movement. An opportunity missed. Going after the sanctuary movement back in the 1980s would have been seen as a routine legal matter in the courts. Now, since it's a national political issue, we get crazy rulings from judges.

Blogger Frank Brady April 15, 2018 1:05 PM  

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Blogger Frank Brady April 15, 2018 1:16 PM  

That Trump is better than Hillary is not the question. What is at stake here is much bigger than Trump or any politician. That is the immense power of the bi-partisan establishment war party and the existential threat that power poses. As I posted earlier, the one thing that Putin cannot and must not do is nothing. Because the attack on Syria was based on a lie, Washington's lunatic war criminals have shown the world that they feel free to attack Russia's national interest at any time and for any reason. They must be stopped or world war is a virtual certainty.

A good "moderate" first response from Russia would be to obliterate the air bases from which Israel's first "test" strikes were launched, the attacks immediately preceding the US-UK-France raid.

Blogger Quilp April 15, 2018 1:47 PM  

Pretty good assessment by SF. As far as I know, there is no Lindsey Graham, John McCain, Ben Sasse, Jeff Flake, there is especially not a Ryan & McConnell - on the left, constantly working against the will of their own voters. People get frustrated and transfer that on to Trump, or the entire party, it's understandable.

Now we have this from Reince Priebus: "Reince Priebus: GOP Will Return to 'Traditional Platform' After Trump". Which looks to me like the first shot across the good ship Trump, trying lay their massive failures o then President. I don't think it will work, but its just damn blatant to even try. I can almost feel the slime oozing all the way from Wisconsin.

https://townhall.com/tipsheet/timothymeads/2018/04/15/reince-priebus-gop-will-return-to-traditional-platform-after-trump-n2471086

Blogger lowell houser April 15, 2018 2:01 PM  

I am not freaked out, I'm pissed. I wanted America OUT of the Middle East, at the very least out of a country where the American military doesn't even have an authorization of force from congress. We didn't need to spend ~$140 million to kill a bunch of civilians in a face saving gesture.

As for Trump being the last hope? Not even close; we have guns for that hail-Mary play. Trump's election for me was about keeping Hillary from starting the scheduled nuclear war with Russia. Everything else good is gravy, everything bad is solvable. But Trump saving America was and is a longshot, because we still have a massive economic collapse to wade through after the petro-dollar finally dies and the fed can't keep everything propped up any longer. Still expecting that some time around 2021-ish. We were ALWAYS going to have to deal with that no matter what happened or who was elected. With borders secured, trade deals renegotiated, and American industry&energy sectors revitalized we stand a chance of coming out the other side strong.

Blogger Dangeresque April 15, 2018 2:12 PM  

I've come to call this phenomenon despair cucking. It's sad to see how many very intelligent and articulate people are given over to despair in these situations. It's almost like they haven't dated enough women and had enough relationships go south on them to see the pattern. The pre-emptive breakup with them before they have a chance to break up with you trope is very telling. As is the "she's the best/last chance I'll ever have" trope. I've also noticed that a man's tendency to cry in public situations is a good predictor of this.

Blogger Robert Pinkerton April 15, 2018 2:12 PM  

Prestidigitator's Distractive Techniques, a.k.a. "Head Fakes:"
*Releasing a small flock of birds;
*Shapely female assistant in bikini;
*Myriad of statements in many different directions etc.

What do I think happened? Mutual target practice. I would not be surprised if many of the missiles the "Syrians[?]" shot down were sub-par. Nor would it surprise me that the actual strikes his vacant land or blighted buildings. (Sixty-second slum clearance.)

Blogger Jack Amok April 15, 2018 2:13 PM  

My problem with the civic nationalists is not just the virtue-signalling against the alt-right, but how that seems to be the only thing they do.

Attacking the Left gets them attacked in return. But attacking the Right has not until recently. Attacking their political allies was a cheap way to score points.

They are cucks. It's a metaphor, but it is accurate. Think about what an actual cuckold does - he accepts the most intimate form of betrayal. He has a dysfunctional sense of loyalty and is able to justify any sort of betrayal if it suits him. So the Cuckservative took the old rule - don't speak ill of a fellow conservative - and applied it selectively. They felt free to be disloyal and read people out of the Right whenever it suited their needs.

So the new modified rule is "Don't Shoot Right." When the Cucks place themselves solidly and unashamedly to your Left, fire away.

Anonymous Anonymous April 15, 2018 2:15 PM  

@68. Despite all the shiny toys and much bluster from Saker and other Russians, Putin's Russia is in no shape to get into a major war over Syria - any more than the Fake Banana Empire and its pink legions are. Russia's interests there are mainly economic, to stop the planned gas pipeline whose primary purpose is to cut off a major source of revenue to Russia. Ukraine - a Slavic Somalia which is owned by Soros & Co. and sits directly on the Russian border - is of far greater concern. The Porkulus included yet more military aid for the lawless regime there. The usual suspects have basically strip-mined the place bare - hence the failed state. The Fake Banana Empire's continual expansion of NATO, which is little more than muscle for the (((City of London))), EUSSR and other genocidal monsters, has understandably resulted in a Russian military buildup. Putin has shown restraint in dealing with continual attempts to provoke a major war, which he must continue to do if Russia itself is to remain free from the Satanists running the west.

Exposing the endless river of lies from (((fake news))) is a long-term proposition. As I mentioned in the other thread, the Russia did it!! narrative has this weird life of its own. No matter how many times it's completely destroyed, the Golem surfaces again. That's due in large part to large numbers of retarded people who swallow the effluent from the river of lies more eagerly than the residents of Jonestown gulped the grape drank.

Blogger Blastman April 15, 2018 2:19 PM  

kurt9 said,
"I do not get upset when Trump does something I don't agree with..."

What's not to agree with? Bombing the crap out of Deep State (McCain's and Obama's) assets without risking the lives of our military?


This. ^

And Trump had to play a little Kabuki in the press, pretending that Assad was the culprit, to not tip off that it was the Deep State factions working against Assad that were going to be hit rather than Assad.

Blogger Timmy3 April 15, 2018 3:23 PM  

I’ll be dead before my guy comes. Nonetheless, Trump is better by far than George Bush and Ronald Reagan although Reagan does lofty speeches better.

Blogger RobertT April 15, 2018 3:27 PM  

I don't feel comforted.

Blogger RobertT April 15, 2018 3:34 PM  

I get frustrated by him too. But a lot of the things he does is simply the way he operates. There is only one person on his team, and that's him. And that's the way he wants it. He's constantly throwing out false flags. There is no way to know what he's going to do until he does it. If you can't figure him out, and you can't, think about how May or Macron or other leaders feel.

Anonymous Anonymous April 15, 2018 3:55 PM  

Litany of the Fearful, plus some video & audio:

https://youtu.be/IkuIwPsSlqM

Blogger Were-Puppy April 15, 2018 6:53 PM  

@53 kurt9
One more point. If Trump is removed from office for any reason whatsoever, I will assume it is a coup.
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I will assume that's the beginning of real civil war

Blogger DEPLORABLILITY April 15, 2018 7:05 PM  

You all live in the instant age, remember these things take time. Let not your hearts be troubled.

Blogger Meng Greenleaf April 15, 2018 7:11 PM  

I wondered if we'll require 8 years of a Democratic POTUS before the public will elect a defacto Dictator?

Blogger James Oswald April 15, 2018 11:05 PM  

Do not place your trust in any politician. Trust in God. Granted, Trump is a man after God's own heart, but that is merely a lesson. There is no savior on this earth, in this physical existence. Your Savior is Jesus the Christ...outside this earthly world. Ain't this boogie a mess?

Blogger Dirk Manly April 16, 2018 7:30 AM  

@57

"Even today, the memories of these resisters to state-Judaism are ground into dust in Holyhoax Memorials places even in the smallest American hamlets. #NeverForget"

Yes, it's time to remove these things.
1: It will work to stop the guilt-tripping of our people.
2: It will piss off (((them))).

Blogger Dirk Manly April 16, 2018 7:33 AM  

@66

"Now, since it's a national political issue, we get crazy rulings from judges."

close...very close.

Now that it's a political issue, we get rulings from crazy judges.

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