You would think that someone like Donald Trump, forced to deal with Jews on a daily basis for his entire adult life, would have developed an understanding that one can never trust them long-term due to their viciously tribal loyalties and almost-genetic hatred of the Goyim.
But alas, such an understanding has either never developed, or has been subverted to the point where it has become utterly ineffective.
A prominent Jewish member of President Trump’s administration said that the White House “can and must do better” in consistently condemning hate groups.
The sharp critique from Mr. Trump’s top economic adviser, Gary D. Cohn, came nearly two weeks after deadly violence in Charlottesville, Va., in response to a rally led by white nationalist groups. Mr. Cohn, who is Jewish, seriously considered resigning and even drafted a letter of resignation, according to two people familiar with the draft.
In his first public remarks on the national dialogue about the violence, Mr. Cohn said in an interview on Thursday with the Financial Times, that as a “patriotic American” he did not want to leave his job as the director of the national economic council. “But I also feel compelled to voice my distress over the events of the last two weeks,” Mr. Cohn said.
First off, Gary, you are not an American, and can never become an American due to your biological drive to destroy the very nation you claim to love so much.
Look at what you’re doing right now as an example – at a time when the President may very well face impeachment, you snipe at him like an Israeli soldier taking aim at children in Gaza playing soccer.
Your actions may very well break apart any sort of unity that would need to exist in order to throw back attacks from both the Left and the cucked wing of the GOP.
In the days after the Charlottesville rally, when Mr. Trump defended white nationalist protesters, Jewish members of the administration were mostly silent. Mr. Cohn is so far one of the few in the administration to publicly condemn the president’s remarks. Military leaders posted messages on social media denouncing neo-Nazis and racism, but did not specifically mention the commander in chief. Public deviation from the president by the military is unusual.
Mr. Trump said there were “very fine people on both sides,” as Mr. Cohn stood nearby in the lobby of Trump Tower where the president made his remarks to reporters. After Mr. Trump left, Mr. Cohn stood uncomfortably fielding questions about the president’s statements, and he repeatedly declined to comment. At the time, people close to Mr. Cohn said he was disgusted and deeply upset by Mr. Trump’s comments.
You see, and this is sometimes hard for some Southerners to understand, the overwhelming majority of Jews (probably more than 95%) have a visceral hatred for the memory of the Confederacy – Trump was trying to defend the heritage activists in his press conference.
Many of them probably couldn’t even properly rationalize their loathing (as I said above it’s instinctual), but many of us on the Alt-Right can tell you that it’s just an extension of their overall desire to annihilate traditional White Western Civilization due to its history of grasping the Jewish Problem and the overall rot that accompanies the People of the Talmud wherever they go.
On Thursday, Mr. Cohn spoke publicly for the first time about the issue in the Financial Times interview, which largely focused on tax reform.
“Citizens standing up for equality and freedom can never be equated with white supremacists, neo-Nazis, and the K.K.K.,” Mr. Cohn said. “I believe this administration can and must do better in consistently and unequivocally condemning these groups and do everything we can to heal the deep divisions that exist in our communities.”
Mr. Cohn added, “As a Jewish American, I will not allow neo-Nazis ranting ‘Jews will not replace us’ to cause this Jew to leave his job.”
They’re going to war with you, White Man, and they’re going to employ their biggest tools of weaponry against you.
Cohn is really not all that different than any other major Leftist Jew – his wording on certain topics is just a bit varied.
With Jews, ideology and differences of opinion almost-always fade in the face of an existential racial threat.
Just understand from this piece that Trump will fall if he even shows some lukewarm support for what the Chosen now deem a danger worse than they’ve ever experienced in this country.
We are now Public Enemy Number One in the eyes of the (((elite))), and that is only after a single medium-sized rally.
Wait until we have tens of thousands marching through the streets with torches held high.