There are very few who are as high on my hatred list as George W. Bush.
From his goofy stare, to his fake Christianity, to his sneaky methods of sending thousands to die, to his inability to string together two coherent sentences, I hate it all.
In fact, the loathing for “W” and his cuckolded ilk among Nationalists is one of the primary reasons for the rise and original growth of the Alt-Right.
Therefore, to see this senile waste of oxygen propped up to condemn all forms of ethnic pride on the day of Richard Spencer’s Florida speech should allow many of us to take a trip down memory lane to remember just what exactly got us started on the trip towards where we are today.
Former President George W. Bush delivered a public repudiation of President Donald Trump’s political identity, suggesting many aspects of the current administration are fueling division in the United States and around the world.
The former president defended the ideas of globalism, free trade, and free markets as well as foreign interventionism around the world in a speech at the George W. Bush Institute.
“We cannot wish globalism away,” Bush said, noting that the United States must sustain “wise and sustained global engagement” for the future of the country.
Yes, my fellow Americans.
We can only save ourselves by accruing another $30 trillion in debt to China, by sending our remaining manufacturing jobs to Vietnam, Mexico, and Nigeria, and by forcing White men with master’s degrees in engineering to wait tables for a career.
Bush indirectly accused Trump of fueling dangerous ideologies that threatened the unity of the United States and global stability, spending a large portion of his speech complaining about social ills in the country.
“We’ve seen a return of isolationist sentiments forgetting that American security is directly threatened by the chaos and despair of distant places,” he warned.
How is this true, Curious George?
Let’s take Moslems for an example.
They’ve been slaughtering each other since before the birth of this country, and ratcheted up the violence considerably since the formation of the terrorist state of Israel back in 1948 (can’t blame them for fighting back against foreign alien elements).
But yet until relatively recently, America was entirely immune from these subhuman savages.
In fact, I believe Moslem immigration only intensified AFTER 9/11.
Isn’t that bizarre?
Bush urged Americans to “recover our own identity,” citing a commitment to global engagement, free and international trade, and immigration.
Even though this was arguably one of Bush’s best-ever speeches (Laura must have cut off the alcohol), we still see bits and pieces of the straight-up retardation that disgusted all of us back in the day.
“We’ve seen nationalism distorted into nativism, and forgotten the dynamism that immigration has always brought to America,” he lamented.
“Bigotry seems emboldened, our politics seems more vulnerable to conspiracy theories and outright fabrication,” he said. “There are some signs that support for democracy itself has waned especially for the young.”
We really loathe the concept of democracy, which is essentially a popularity contest that grants a Negro crackhead the same exact rights as a White war-hero with an IQ of 210, but it’s been Antifa that has done the most to once and for all destroy the system itself.
However, we all know due to the context and time of this speech who exactly Georgie was targeting with these remarks.
And what’s up with the “conspiracy theory” comment?
Is he talking about 9/11, or is he talking about more recent topics like how immigration is really a plan to annihilate the White Race in North America?
Actually, he could be covering both.
“We’ve seen our discourse degraded by casual cruelty,” he lamented, noting that “argument turns too easily into animosity” and “disagreement escalates into dehumanization.”
He criticized the rise of “bullying and prejudice” in national politics, suggesting that the country lacked positive role models.
This is directly aimed at President Trump, who was supposed to collapse in order to let George’s brother fall gracefully to Hillary Clinton last November.
“Bigotry or white supremacy in any form is blasphemy against the American creed,” he said.
“Our identity as a nation, unlike many other nations, is not determined by geography or ethnicity, by soil or blood,” he said. “Being American involves the embrace of high ideals and civic responsibility.”
And here it is.
Attempting to turn the concept of “magic dirt,” a supposedly-sacred flag, and other ideals into a pseudo religion that is supposed to be able to turn Somalis and Squatemalans into suited-up corporate types in a split second.
Never mind the history of this country, and never mind the very definition of a nation itself (even borders don’t qualify now), for this is how history must be written.
Just two questions.
Does a Mexican’s aspiration to become a top drug cartel leader qualify as a high ideal?
What if he votes, buys an American flag shirt from Walmart, and says the pledge of allegiance every morning?