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  1. Remember how Trump sucked up to the military at the beginning of his campaign? He said veterans should get a million dollars each. He said we should take the oil. Where do you think he was going with rhetoric that? Peace in our times? DUH…

  2. Excellent commentary by Spencer. My estimation of him has increased in direct proportion to my loss of respect for Trump.

  3. One question I have:- if North Korea acts up in this way, will China conduct military strikes or employ some other measure to keep them under control, or will it again be up to the West to do their job for them? A provocation by North Korea would indeed show up China for what they really are – tough talkers who wouldn’t lift a finger when it really counted.
    My point is why are Syria, North Korea, etc the responsibility of the U.S. when they are so much closer to other nations who could do something such as – shock, horror….Israel or China? Why do the Jews involve us?
    The money spent – or wasted on these useless shenanigans……just think where it could go- advancing the space program, helping the poor, cracking down on crime and terrorism at home or better roads and schools.
    Assad is no angel…….but is he really our problem?

  4. Last one from me:

    U.S. ‘backed plan to launch chemical weapon attack on Syria and blame it on Assad’s regime’

    Leaked emails from defense contractor refers to chemical weapons saying ‘the idea is approved by Washington’
    Obama issued warning to Syrian president Bashar al-Assad last month that use of chemical warfare was ‘totally unacceptable’

    By Louise Boyle

    PUBLISHED: 14:16 EST, 29 January 2013 | UPDATED: 18:17 EST, 29 January 2013
    https://web.archive.org/web/20130130091742/http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2270219/U-S-planned-launch-chemical-weapon-attack-Syria-blame-Assad.html

  5. What damage on the ground was actually inflicted in this attack? Curiously it reminds me of the theatrical cruise missile attacks of the Clinton years. Fire off some missiles in the dead of night and kill a janitor. Any footage from the airfield emerged yet?

  6. As usual, Mr. Spencer’s analysis is excellent and, largely, I agree with it.

    I will, however, repeat what I said, here, the day after election…

    Mr. Trump has made many promises, and if I get 7 out of 10 of them, I will consider myself ahead of the game.

    Let us, for the sake of the argument, that President Trump launches an ill-advised venture in Syria, there still remains immigration, regulations, trade, and the courts, to say the least.

    I committed myself to his candidacy and, though I am very disappointed by this, I am going to stick by him.

    I’m too old and been married too long to know that, just because there is a serious disappointment, the whole relationship must be trasht.

    I don’t live by – ”you must always deliver for me, but, ‘Meine Ehre heiBt Treue’.

  7. One more thing – in Trump negotiation-speak, Tillerson’s threatening to form a coalition for regime change is a coded message to Assad…

    ‘If you stop with the chemicals we may let you stay on, if not, you are gone.’

    Czar Vlad would have agreed, tepidly, to this, but, Czar Vlad will not agree to the wholesale replacement of Assad.

    That would stand in the way of decades of Russians and Soviet foreign policy.

    That’s where the invisible line is, in this little event, last night.

  8. The big question remains, what did this attack on Syria accomplish in the way of positive outcomes for White Americans?

  9. ‘The big question remains, what did this attack on Syria accomplish in the way of positive outcomes for White Americans?

    Dear Krafty, the answer is that it will, as all war does in this country, improve President Trump’s approval rating, and, thus, add to his political capital. And that he can, and will, spend on things that will help Whites – such as immigration, trader, and the courts.

  10. ‘Did we really believe that the Judeo-Yankee machine would allow Trump to be where he is, if he wasn’t useful to them?’

    Yes, Mr. Owen, many of ‘us’ did, this owing to a kind of champagne-headed lightness that comes with relative youth.

    Older ones, such as us, knew there would be problems, setbacks, and disappointments.

    The question is going to be : what is the 4 year measure of the man?

    So far the answer is in his favour, yet, we will see how it trends.

  11. @winbornmill If we’re blown into a radioactive wasteland by the Russians as the 4-month measure of the man, the 4-year lookout is moot.

  12. The only part of the Yankee machine left in the Judeo-Yankee paradigm are the Colleges which the Yanks founded and the talking heads. Make no mistake about it the Jews have been solely in charge since at least 1933. The last President from the old Yankee establishment was Calvin Coolidge or Herbert Hoover. FDR was wholly a Jew subsidiary as were the rest.

  13. Suddenly he gets good press.
    Suppose it’s all theatre? Raytheon is happy. We are all happy harvesting Cruise missiles from the Missile Mines of Davis-Monthan.

  14. @Ironsides…

    ‘If we’re blown into a radioactive wasteland by the Russians as the 4-month measure of the man, the 4-year lookout is moot.’

    Sir, you can be sure that Czar Vlad was kept informed about all of this.

    This, is you can remember is just like Reagan, in 1981?, shooting down some of Khaddari’s Libyan jets, to make a point.

    It’s a symbol and a negotiation tact. Nothing more.

  15. @BillyRayJenkins…

    ‘The only part of the Yankee machine left in the Judeo-Yankee paradigm are the Colleges which the Yanks founded and the talking heads. Make no mistake about it the Jews have been solely in charge since at least 1933. The last President from the old Yankee establishment was Calvin Coolidge or Herbert Hoover. FDR was wholly a Jew subsidiary as were the rest.’

    Mr. Jenkins – at this point, trying to tell what is Jewish and what is New England Yankee is like trying to judge what is vine and what is tree, on a tall forest edge that has been completely overrun by Kudzu.

    Try to separate them and both will die.

  16. @winbornmill

    I certainly hope that you’re correct, sir. But I, for one, am pretty tired of praising the God-Emperor’s New Clothes, in their fancy 4D Chess cut, when it appears that he’s buck naked, and that isn’t an attractive image.

  17. @CaptainJohn…

    ‘Suddenly he gets good press. Suppose it’s all theatre? Raytheon is happy. We are all happy harvesting Cruise missiles from the Missile Mines of Davis-Monthan.’

    Clever as always, Captain…

  18. @Ironsides…

    ‘I certainly hope that you’re correct, sir. But I, for one, am pretty tired of praising the God-Emperor’s New Clothes, in their fancy 4D Chess cut, when it appears that he’s buck naked, and that isn’t an attractive image.’

    I certainly hope I am correct, too, Sir, because, like you, I am heartily sick of the Jew-England Empire, and all it’s endless vile shenanigans.

    Yet, because my fellow Southerners still prefer to wave Ole Glory, I’m stuck here, and, to this analytical mind, this gesture of President Trump’s is like a dog on a chain barking – you know that, if you walk by his master’s property, he will just bark, but, if you try to walk into the yard, he will try to kill you.

    Trump always planned an episode like this, and was merely waiting for it to appear.

    This is Trump the master negotiator.

    That said, you are right to be wary – as there is always some element of risk in something like this.

    Let us not, however, get carried away … yet.

  19. The good news is that the awful realization will be seeping through the Trump States that there is no salvation at the ballot box. Thanks in part to Trump, the AltRight can breathe, if he continues to betray his base, it will give the AltRight a great opportunity to grow.

    Furthermore, it is still far better having him in the White House than The Bitch.

  20. @Ivar…

    ‘The good news is that the awful realization will be seeping through the Trump States that there is no salvation at the ballot box. Thanks in part to Trump, the AltRight can breathe, if he continues to betray his base, it will give the AltRight a great opportunity to grow.’

    I agreed with Mr. Griffin, the day after the election, that with Trump, we are in a win-win situation – rare for us.

  21. @MissLucy…

    ‘You are equipped with a brilliant brain, Winbornmill, and you use it!’

    My wife would be quick to bicker with you on this point, even though, in secret, she agrees with you.

    I thank you so very much for your kind words.

    I really want my friends here to be a little less unhappy than they are, because, though they are right to be alarmed at Kushner-rising and Bannon-falling, this episode is likely just a calculated dustup, not necessarily indicative of W having come back to roost.

    God bless you and yours!

  22. I didn’t know this:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Embassy_of_Syria,_Washington,_D.C.

    The Embassy of Syria in Washington, D.C. (Arabic: ????? ????????? ??????? ??????? ?? ????????) is the suspended diplomatic mission of the Syrian Arab Republic to the United States. The final ambassador of the Syrian Arab Republic was Imad Moustapha. A Charge D’Affaires has not been named.”

    Thy don’t even have an Embassy here.

    “The embassy was ordered to suspend operations on March 18, 2014 by U.S. special envoy for Syria ((((Daniel Rubinstein)))), who stated that “We have determined it is unacceptable for individuals appointed by that regime to conduct diplomatic or consular operations in the United States”.[1]”

    Oh no. Kikes have no power what-so-ever.

    “The United States subsequently recognized the diplomatic mission of the National Coalition for Syrian Revolutionary and Opposition Forces on 5 May, 2014.[2]”

    We ARE ISIS

  23. Let’s try not to despair – try to “White Pill” on this one. Richard Spencer suggests it just might be a one time bombing attack, with advanced notice to get the Russians and Syrian military out of the base.

    Might be done to just counter the “narrative” that Trump does everything the Russians want.

    I remember Ronald Reagan ordering a personal “hit” on Momar Qhadaffi sending a US fighter jet to personally bomb Qhadaffi’s tent – and one of the Libya leader’s daughter was killed/murdered.

    This was in response to Libya supposedly sending an assassination hit team that killed some American GIs stationed in Germany.

    • All I know is that Crooked C*nt, John “Batshit” McCain, Bibi Satanyahu, et al have all voiced their approval of this unprovoked act of military aggression that Trump has committed. Apparently Trump seeks their support, not ours.

  24. @Spahn…

    ‘All I know is that Crooked C*nt, John “Batshit” McCain, Bibi Satanyahu, et al have all voiced their approval of this unprovoked act of military aggression that Trump has committed. Apparently Trump seeks their support, not ours.’

    No, Spahn, Trump is not seeking their support – though he received it.

    He did this primarily to announce his authority to the world, and to remind the world that his style of ‘America first’ is NOT isolationist, as was the founders of that movement in the 1930s, but that he considers that will be the ultimate arbitre of what is and what is not.

    In that respect, he may dangerously border W Bush.

    Time will tell.

  25. Donald Trump has put the world on notice – ‘a new sheriff is in town’

    It’s a small symbolick act and a symbol.

    Whatever else comes with it is merely incidental.

    President Trump is no more or no less under Jewish influence than he was when y’all decided to support him.

    If you think Donald Trump is any man’s dupe, then you may have been dupet.

  26. Almost no Joos voted for “Big Hands” but now he’s in their clutches. Yuge Mistake, Donald. I voted for you because you said you wouldn’t become G. Bush or Oblamo. Now you have. Now you are like roadkill.

  27. Trump said he consulted Russia about the Syria air strike. It makes no sense… if Russia was informed about the impending strike against Russia’s ally you can be sure that Russia informed Syria ahead of time.

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