Can Donald Trump Unite The “Far Right”?

By Hunter Wallace

Quite honestly, I still don’t know what to think of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign.

Just a few months ago, I wouldn’t have even considered this scenario to be within the realm of possibility, but nevertheless, here we are today: a charismatic rogue billionaire has entered the 2016 Republican presidential race, broken all the rules, turned the tables on the GOP establishment, exposed the system as the puppet show that it is, and has emerged as the clear frontrunner with a bold immigration plan.

Donald Trump has done more than that: in a stunning turn of events, he seems to be attracting supporters from all the disparate corners of the “Far Right,” whether it is 4chan, NRx, Radix, Stormfront, Amren, VDARE, Daily Stormer, and even VNN Forum. It is amazing to see how this is all playing out, particularly on Twitter, where it seems like the “movement” has been struck by lightning and now for probably the first time ever all our guns are pointed at the hated professional cuckservatives.

Something big is happening here when the National Review smart set are all in a full blown panic, and so many people from the aforementioned “Far Right” factions are on the same side as Rush Limbaugh, Breitbart, and Free Republic. Meanwhile, ¡Jeb! and the other pet establishment candidates are wilting into single digits in the polls.

To use a movie analogy, it feels like the iconic scene in Jurassic Park where Dennis Nedry has deactivated the park’s electric fences, and the T-Rex is about to escape from containment. In our case, Donald Trump’s fortune has allowed him to break the rules, and this is radically destabilizing the political status quo. Like the caged dinosaurs in Jurassic Park, lots of people will take advantage of this to escape their confinement and figuratively rip the throats out of the cucks who have policed the boundaries of the Right all these years.

Ultimately, it doesn’t matter that Trump has Jewish grandchildren, that he is a strong supporter of Israel, that he supports more foreign wars, that this “take back America” platform isn’t feasible, etc. These reservations will surface later down the road, but in the meantime, all the pent up hatred and resentment against the cuckservatives could boil over and these people could be dealt a blow they won’t soon forget.

Could it happen? At this point, I think lots of people will vote for Trump, not because they are true believers, but because it is a vote for chaos, for burning the system down, for fatally undermining the GOP, and to stick it to all those loathsome effeminate, bow tied career girls preening about “anti-Semitism.” I think they will show up en masse and that it will be a much bigger splash than Ron Paul in 2012.

What happens if Trump wins and succeeds though? In a worst case scenario, he could emerge as an American Putin, stabilize our decline, and put our people back to sleep for another eight years thinking that they have made America great again while we are sliding toward our demographic oblivion. There is a real possibility that Trump could postpone our financial reckoning and improve the economy just by getting rid of some awful trade deals and trimming the national debt.

Do we want incompetent politicians or Trump’s “killers” managing the USA? Do we unite and strike a blow against the cucks now, and destabilize the system, or play a more speculative long game?

8 Comments

  1. Jim Giles

    ‘BTW, I once worked for Trump and it wasn’t cutting grass.’

    Since you like him I’m guessing he never told you “You’re fired!”

    • No, I quit to go to Germany where I lived and worked and saw the Berlin Wall come down and Eastern Europe go free.

      I was a security guard at The Plaza Hotel when his first wife ran it.

      And I used to see him pull up to Trump Tower in his limo regularly when I worked for IBM, just next door to Trump Tower.

      Again, our tiny circle matters not. What do mainstream Whites think of Trump? They can vote for their own survival or they can vote to kill themselves.

      It’s an easy decision for me but I’m not so sure about the White herd.

      Still, I’m voting for survival.

  2. “The real question is not whether Trump can unite the far right. The real question is whether Trump can unite white people, ‘masses of asses,’ ‘joe sixpack?’” – the northern working class white voters that stayed home for Romney are the ones he needs to reach, and given that his views on trade are presumably more in line with theirs he has a good shot at it.

    • ‘the northern working class white voters that stayed home for Romney are the ones he needs to reach, and given that his views on trade are presumably more in line with theirs he has a good shot at it.’

      I agree. And Trump should up his rhetoric on trade and how it has gutted our economy. Jesus, what an opportunity at lots of votes.

  3. Jim Giles
    ‘What do mainstream Whites think of Trump? They can vote for their own survival or they can vote to kill themselves.

    It’s an easy decision for me but I’m not so sure about the White herd.’

    I hope he can weather the ferocious storm gathering against him. It is intensifying. If he doesn’t cuck out from the ferocious attacks against him and his supporters I will order tee shirts for myself saying…

    Je suis Donald Trump

  4. Dear Countenance,

    I’m glad you tried. Really, I thought the video would amuse Mr. Griffin. I was less sure about others.

  5. Dear Sam,

    If those two are for real and not performing a comedy routine they confirm the stereotype of the angry, overbearing, in your face, loud mouthed, volatile negress. They reveal an anti-Barbie doll White girl sentiment more than anything else.’

    Where I live, in northeastern North Carolina, these ladies are common fare – though, certainly there are ‘barbie dolls’ amongst the negro clan, too. These ladies are of the types who would have been groomed to run our plantation kitchens – in part, because they have a natural tendency to supervise everything and kick an ass that needs to be kickt.’

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