George W. Bush: Muh Democracy & Diversity

Ex-President George W. Bush has been counter-signaling the Donald Trump administration in recent days, slightly more than a month into the Trump era.

In Trump’s battle with the partisan media Bush has sided openly with the press, saying that a hostile media is “indispensable to democracy.” He went on to imply that the likes of CNN and NBC are necessary to keep Trump from abusing his power. Bush appeared to side with US Senator and neo-conservative warmonger John McCain against Trump’s assertion that the hostile media is the “enemy of the people.”

Bush attacked Trump’s Alt-Right supporters too and the growing nationalist tide, saying “Yes, I don’t like the racism and I don’t like the name-calling and I don’t like people feeling alienated.”

None of this is much of a surprise given that Trump ran strongly against George W. Bush’s record, condemned his war in Iraq and made the Bush family one of his favorite punching bags during the campaign.

Though the Trump administration is just getting started we already see the extent to which the Republican establishment (especially congressional leaders) are going to fight him every step of the way. They are far more aligned with the liberal media, past presidents and Big Business/globalist interests than they are with us. It means that the president will likely be unable to fully impliment his America First agenda even though “his” party controls the government. It reminds us that we still need truly revolutionary change. In this environment the Alt-South has much work to do in building a Southern Nationalist media platform and organizing the core of movement which can take advantage of the Trump era to point the way towards a brighter future that won’t include the likes of Bush, the hostile media and DC establishment.

About Michael Cushman 153 Articles
South Carolinian. Southern nationalist. Anglican.


  1. Sure buddy….you have a big heart. You’ll go places with this attitude buddy. I’m eagerly looking forward for your upcoming articles.

  2. You’re welcome, Sir. I’m excited for you that you are embarking on fatherhood.

    I hope the delivery is routine.

    What are the prospective names?

    I bet for a boy one would be ‘Rhett’, another ‘Wade’, and the other ‘John C.’

  3. No, hell no, don’t do that, Mr. Rodriguez!

    I was jus’ tryin’ to shed a li’l light on the matter.

    Your kindness and humility are duly noted.

    God bless you.

  4. Jews and Irish immigrants/their decedents working to screw over America….Wow, its almost like a tread (Mcmuffin/Kristol, Kenndey/Javitz)

  5. The ah Reverend Jackson once he said if he hadn’t had the father he had, he would have spent much of his life in the county jail.

  6. Yes, Spartan, this is very true.

    However, please don’t forget that every culture which comes from others develops it’s own independent psychick tendencies; and in the case of The New England Culture it gets it’s from the Puritan culture of the 17th century, which, curiously, makes it an ideal spouse for Jews.

    That why I have long referred to the government in Washington D.C. as an alliance between Jews and New England; or, as was recently suggested to me by Miss Denise, ‘The Jew England Government’.

    Together, they reassure each other that only their view of the world is right; that only their motives are ‘exceptional’, and that in the process of creating a one world government favourable to them, any culture that does not mirror back their values must be usurpt, just as those who oppose them must be, as our site host so aptly has stated, treated as was the poor lady that had been badly abused by the preacher in Nathaniel Hawthorn’s ‘The Scarlet Letter’, by being forcet to wear a publick sign of stigma.

  7. Warminger could be a useful neologism. Minger in British Slang is a Pussy or Twat…

  8. We should have listened to the Founders and barred those people from ever settling in our nation….

  9. When you are somebody who floods the country with millions of a foreign race and then scream “racism!” at anyone who objects…

    It would be silly to expect to be taken seriously when all you have is facile name-calling.


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