24 Hours Later, We Have Not Woken Up From This Bad Dream

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
April 8, 2017

As I write, it has been 24 hours since I heard the announcement of the launch of tomahawk missiles against the Assad regime in Syria.

I’m sure for a lot of people, it still hasn’t really sunk in that this is happening. It’s very confusing, and no matter who you look to, no one has any answers.

Though I drew up a list of various possibility yesterday, I think there are really only two options:

1.) This is some kind of complicated chess move we don’t understand meant to confuse Trump’s enemies or to create some kind of leverage against the Jews somehow, or

2.) He is being blackmailed.

Meanwhile, the Jewish media is offering no explanation at all for what the hell is going on, and, led by the New York Times, they are claiming the sole reason that this happened was that Trump felt sad when he saw pictures of gassed children.

This is also the first time ever, I believe, that the New York Times is taking Trump’s statements at face value, and reporting them as truth.

New York Times:

The images were heartbreaking: Children gasping and choking for breath, their mouths foaming. A grief-stricken father, cradling the lifeless bodies of his two children, swaddled in white blankets. But they were also familiar, a harrowing flashback to 2013, when the Syrian government unleashed the last major poison gas attack on its own people.

This time, though, a new American president was seeing the pictures and absorbing the horror.

Donald J. Trump has always taken pride in his readiness to act on instinct, whether in real estate or reality television. On Thursday, an emotional President Trump took the greatest risk of his young presidency, ordering a retaliatory missile strike on Syria for its latest chemical weapons attack. In a dizzying series of days, he upended a foreign policy doctrine based on putting America first and avoiding messy conflicts in distant lands.

Mr. Trump’s advisers framed his decision in the dry language of international norms and strategic deterrence. In truth, it was an emotional act by a man suddenly aware that the world’s problems were now his — and that turning away, to him, was not an option.

“I will tell you,” he said to reporters in the White House Rose Garden on Wednesday, “that attack on children yesterday had a big impact on me — big impact. That was a horrible, horrible thing. And I’ve been watching it and seeing it, and it doesn’t get any worse than that.”

So, we are being told that Trump was like, “I have an ideology, values, people who voted for me relying on me, a duty to America, a duty to the entire world not to start a world war – but when I saw those pictures of the babies, I was just like ‘fuck all that, these baby pictures have made me really sad.'”

This is absurd.

Donald Trump is a grown adult man.

This is baby-tier fake news for women and retards.

Look at this room:

You’re telling me this was a group-counseling session with all of these men sitting around talking about how pictures of babies made them feel?

That’s even stupider than the initial “he gassed his own people for no reason” claim.

When I look at that picture, I don’t see a group-counseling session for adult men grieving over photos of Middle Eastern children.

What I see is a Jew at the table, and the one guy who should have been making this call over in the corner next to a lamp.

If you enlarge that picture and stare at it, Kushner appears to be looking directly at Bannon and not at Trump.

The New York Times has also reported just an hour ago that Trump is fed-up with the “infighting” between Kushner and Bannon and may act soon. Obviously, NYT reports are only true about 30% of the time, but this one could be in the 30%.

Removing Bannon from the table while making a decision this huge is extremely symbolic.

And it seems to me that I know where this is most likely going. And I am able to admit that to myself. Steve Bannon is either going to be fired or moved to some corner-of-the-room position, in which case he will most likely resign.

Steve Bannon won the Presidency.

It is Steve Bannon’s vision that we voted for.

Removal or demotion of Bannon is a direct attack on the support base of Trump, and it is a betrayal of America.

Kushner is not just a neoconservative warhawk, he is also pro-open borders, pro-Islam, pro-amnesty. He is all of the opposite positions. In short, he is a Jew.

To me personally, it is clear that Trump is acting under duress, being blackmailed in some way. However, that doesn’t really matter, does it? The effect is the same as if he actually had an emotional breakdown while look at Syrian baby pictures and decided the Jews were right all along.

Today, I’m going to try and do a normal news day, try to write some articles about things unrelated to this fiasco. Going to do my best. The SPLC is getting sued, for instance. That’s good news.