December 5, 2015
So, turns out I was right all along – again. Trump has come out against the Jews more than any other candidate since Buchanan.
On December 3rd, The Donald made history by attending a Jewish conference and insulting the Jews, telling them he knows they won’t support him because they can’t buy him. He also called them sneaky merchants, in so many words.
Now, the Jew media machine is finally able to say what was on the tip of their tongues all along: Trump is a Jew-hater.
For the record, I don’t know if he does or doesn’t hate Jews on a personal level. Presumably, he does, because he’s had to deal with them. What is clear now is that he very much understands, and opposes, the influence they have on American politics.
Presently, Salon has a piece up by Jew parasite Matthew Rozsa, which they have reposted from the Jewish “Good Men Project,” wherein a Jew condemns the Donald as an enemy of his evil tribe.
If you are a Jew, you should be very afraid of Donald Trump.
For a while I explained this sentiment thusly: Trump may not be personally anti-Semitic, but anti-Semites sure seem to love Trump. After all, I’ve received countless emails attacking me for being Jewish when I’ve written articles criticizing the Republican frontrunner… even though none of those pieces actually identified my religion (for more on that, click here). Even though this didn’t prove that Trump was himself an anti-Semite, it certainly reflected the inherent bigotry that he stirs up in his supporters.
Then Trump decided to speak at the Republican Jewish Coalition earlier today and forced me to revise my earlier opinion. I don’t care that Trump’s daughter married a Jew and converted to his religion – the man is an anti-Semite and I’m calling him out as such.
Here are some choice quotes from his speech, courtesy of the good folks at Vox:
“Stupidly, you want to give money. …You’re not going to support me because I don’t want your money.”
“I’m a negotiator, like you folks.”
“Is there anyone in this room who doesn’t negotiate deals? Probably more than any room I’ve ever spoken.”
Trump was also booed by the audience for refusing to state that Jerusalem ought to remain the undivided capital of Israel, an offense that I don’t particularly consider to be racist. On the other hand, check out this attack on the national character of the Jewish State:
“A lot will have to do with Israel and whether or not Israel wants to make the deal — whether or not Israel’s willing to sacrifice certain things. They may not be, and I understand that, and I’m OK with that. But then you’re just not going to have a deal.”
That means he isn’t going to let AIPAC continue to control America to the detriment of the American people. He isn’t going to fight wars for the Jews. If Jews want to act reasonable, he says, then we will deal with them reasonably. But he knows they probably won’t act reasonably, so it is unlikely we will be dealing with them at all.
Even before Trump made these reprehensible remarks, many Republican Jews had already expressed reservations about his candidacy. In an article with Mint Press News, Republican political consultant Nathan Wurtzel (who is Jewish) pointed out that “there are a lot of folks who are, to be charitable, into white identity politics, and to be uncharitable are outright racists, who are supporting Trump. It’s very off-putting and disturbing.” Former Senator Norm Coleman (R-MN), who is also Jewish, observed that “in order for us to become a party [of anyone] other than white men, we need to be reaching out. I think Trump’s language and perspective is a long-term negative in terms of building the party.”
Indeed it is, and Coleman’s remarks speak to a much deeper truth. In the ugly world of racial bigotry, there is usually very little distinction between hatred of one minority group and hatred of another. The precise stereotypes often differ, to be sure, as does the exact way in which the prejudice manifests itself. Nevertheless, individuals who are predisposed to racist worldviews are more likely to apply that mindset to a multitude of minority groups than not. Trump’s recent remarks to the Republican Jewish Coalition are just one more demonstration of this reality – and Jews throughout America should take note, and be cautious.
And that is the whole of it. The entire concept behind Jews’ obsessive shilling for non-Whites. They understand that if Whites are allowed to have an identity, they will be like “hey, who are these people with the beady eyes and hooked noses who are controlling all of our systems? I’m not sure who they are, but they’re definitely not us. Maybe we should remove them? Yeah, I’m really starting to think it would be a good idea to remove these people.”
For that reason, they must push multiculturalism, whatever the costs, and must crush any attempt to establish a White identity in White nations.
December 3rd may well go down in history as the beginning of the revolution. The spark that lit it up.
The day we started the fire.
Leaked Tape from Jew Conference
What is even more fascinating than all of this is the conversation Trump had with a former Jewish business associate behind the scenes at the Jew event.
The tape was leaked to The Daily Stormer by Trump’s people.
Jew Merchant: What. The hell. Is going on?
Donald Trump: Our plan is proceeding as expected.
Jew Merchant: Oh really? Do *I* look like I’m taking out Assad right now? Your hit, on the Republican party, it didn’t work, my friend! And now you have Republicans going around the country wearing your hats and chanting White power slogans 24 hours a day! How exactly is that supposed to help the Jews?
Donald Trump: [to other Jews] Leave us!
Jew Merchant: No! You stay here, I’m in charge!
Donald Trump: [puts his hand on Jew Merchant’s shoulder] Do you *feel* in charge?
(Other Jews leave)
Jew Merchant: I paid you a small fortune.
Donald Trump: And this gives you *power* over me?
Jew Merchant: What is this?
Donald Trump: Your money and infrastructure have been important… ’til now!
Jew Merchant: What are you?
Donald Trump: I’m America’s reckoning. Here to end the borrowed time Jews and immigrants have all been living on!
Jew Merchant: You’re pure evil!
Donald Trump: I’m *necessary* evil!