Much has been made in recent weeks about how the Deep State is striking back at President Donald Trump. But deeper than the Deep State and more fundamental to twenty-first century America’s foundations is the Anti-White State. We got a taste of it in Trump’s joint address to Congress last night.
The media with which Trump has battled bitterly is largely positive on his speech – a bad sign if ever there was one. The hostile Van Jones of CNN has even praised it. The New York Times called it “an optomistic vision” and Politico called it “normal,” “polished” and “disciplined” – high praise from a reliably anti-Trump website.
Thankfully, the speech did not offer a “path to citizenship” for illegal aliens, the amnesty which we were warned is coming from the Trump administration. That may be ahead but it wasn’t mentioned last night. And the warning makes it possible for Trump’s base and we on the Alt-Right and the Alt-South to remind him where his bread is buttered and that our support is not unconditional. Many of us voted for Trump specifically because of his anti-immigration proposals. Any back track on that would mean a loss of support.
What did Trump’s address actually contain? It started with a reference to Black History Month and condemnations of “hate and evil,” of threats against “Jewish community centers” and “Jewish cemetaries.” There was no mention of the recent horrific attacks by Blacks on White women (see here and here) in the South or the extremely high Black-on-White rape rate in the United States. Later, Trump accredited his win in 2016 to support from “families of all colors and creeds” even though his win has almost universally been recognized as due to his strong support from White working families in Middle America, Dixie and the Rust Belt. He referenced “our friends and allies in the Muslim world” even though his campaign was based in large part on defeating “radical Islamic terrorism” and banning Muslim immigration to the United States. And he also mentioned “our unbreakable alliance with the State of Israel.” Finally, he spoke of the educational needs of “African-American and Latino children” without noting the millions of poor White children in America – many of them trapped in failed heavily non-White schools.
This was a speech for what Occidental Dissent has called “Black Run America” – a system run not largely by Blacks but for their benefit and the benefit of non-Whites in general at the expense of White people. This was a speech for the Anti-White State.
Trump mostly neglected his base. He pandered to groups that have strongly opposed him and sounded different than the man we came to know and love on the campaign trail. Of course, this was a different setting. But he did not have to go to the rhetorical extremes that he did. It won’t get him more non-White votes. And the good press he got for the speech will evaporate almost immediately as the “opposition party” gets back to work publishing attacks on Trump and White America.
Note: Daily Stormer has a much more positive analysis of the speech.