August 25, 2015
The New Yorker has a stupidly long and abysmally pretentious article, written by a certain Evan Osnos (who is married to a certain Sarabeth Berman, and has written for a certain The Tablet), about how Donald Trump is an evil racist and everyone supporting him is driven by Neo-Nazi hate.
We got a shout-out.
When the Trump storm broke this summer, it touched off smaller tempests that stirred up American politics in ways that were easy to miss from afar. At the time, I happened to be reporting on extremist white-rights groups, and observed at first hand their reactions to his candidacy. Trump was advancing a dire portrait of immigration that partly overlapped with their own. On June 28th, twelve days after Trump’s announcement, the Daily Stormer, America’s most popular neo-Nazi news site, endorsed him for President: “Trump is willing to say what most Americans think: it’s time to deport these people.” The Daily Stormer urged white men to “vote for the first time in our lives for the one man who actually represents our interests.”
We are actually the number one “Neo-Nazi” news site in the world.
But that’s cool, Evan.
When the Trump Train (a machine purposefully built without brakes) first left the station, people were telling me “oh no, don’t endorse him, the Jew media will just associate him with you and that will be bad.”
I said it didn’t matter, and I was correct. They are associating him with everybody. The article mentions Stormfront, Jared Taylor, Richard Spencer, etc.
But no one cares. Because the “Neo-Nazi White Supremacist” meme is on its last leg, and they are going to kill it completely by calling everyone who supports Trump this slur. They are literally expanding the term to include all White people (the media is even flirting with the Black attempt expand the term to communist Jews such as Bernie Sanders).
This polarization can only be looked at as a good thing. Erase the middle ground.
A couple days ago, the Jew blog Gothamist posted a series of photos of White Christian apple-pie Americans and called them “the worst people in America.” They didn’t explain why they were the worst people in the world, but seemed to be implying it is because they are White.
What is happening is the opposite of what the Jews want to happen. Instead of making White Americans feel guilty about being evil racists, they are driving White Americans toward racial awareness by openly condemning them for having been born with a certain genetic identity.
The New Yorker concludes with this:
Trump’s candidacy has already left a durable mark, expanding the discourse of hate such that, in the midst of his feuds and provocations, we barely even registered that Senator Ted Cruz had called the sitting President “the world’s leading financier of radical Islamic terrorism,” or that Senator Marco Rubio had redoubled his opposition to abortion in cases of rape, incest, or a mortal threat to the mother. Trump has bequeathed a concoction of celebrity, wealth, and alienation that is more potent than any we’ve seen before. If, as the Republican establishment hopes, the stargazers eventually defect, Trump will be left with the hardest core—the portion of the electorate that is drifting deeper into unreality, with no reconciliation in sight.
I would comment on that, but I have no idea what it even means.
.@eosnos Great article on how all Trump supporters are Neo-Nazis. Are you ethnically Jewish?
— Andrew Anglin (@stormer9k) August 25, 2015