We’re about a year into the Trump Presidency, and I think we can safely say that at this point we’re not going to be honored or listened to no matter how loud we yell.
So much hope was put into this last election (I think I wrote somewhere close to a thousand articles dealing with Donald in some way, shape, or form), but yet any honest person could now tell us that we’re at exactly the same point we would have been had Marco Rubio or Ted Cruz attained the Presidency.
Now, I don’t need to go into the details because I’m trying to keep this specific article on target, so all you need to know is that we need to start pivoting away from the Trump sycophancy, and focus on our own agenda, our own platforms, and our own goals if we have anything like a survival mechanism in our minds.
We are supposed to be White Men (this entails learning from our mistakes, looking at things logically, and moving forward), and truth be told, we don’t have the time to be mentally masturbating to GOP politics – it may have been somewhat okay in the 80’s, 90’s, and 00’s, but the demographic situation is now too dire to waste away another generation on dead ends.
But what about those who are still acting as if #MAGA is still viable?
Well, they can be divided into several categories…
The Brand Bros
These are people (Bill Mitchell, Mike Cernovich, Jack Posobiec , maybe Ricky Vaughn, and others) who are not our allies (and have never been) aside from the occasional time when they make a weak signalling for White interests.
Their main goal and drive in life is their specific brand (in a way, they are more like computer-savvy Sean Hannity figures), and they therefore focus on the retweets, donation drives, podcasts, and other methods that make their business profitable in the long term.
They don’t have any true ideology, and know deep down that no matter what happens, they will be financially secure – I doubt they even think much about the world their children and grandchildren will one day inherit thanks to the damage modern American culture has wrought on their minds.
Expect these personalities to keep trying to sell us Trump as a savior no matter what happens in 2018 and beyond – they’re just working the job they never could get in the mainstream for various reasons.
Those Unwilling To Let Go
These people are a bit more complicated, because to some extent I sympathize with some of them – it’s brutal to see nearly two years of work and devotion go down the drain thanks to Jew in-laws and a government comprised of treasonous cuckolds.
But here is where Hunter, myself, and others differ from those still banging the GOP drums.
We eventually saw the new Administration for what it was, and pivoted to things more logical and useful – the Syria strike in April saw me jump off the Trump Train, and the Charlottesville aftermath saw me leave the station platform never to return.
Unfortunately for some others, the pain of seeing betrayal seemingly proved too much, and we still see folks try to play the 6,000,000-D chess game with each and every decision made by the President – it’s almost like it’s some weird form of Stockholm Syndrome when you think about it.
Sadly, I expect their antics to continue in some form, although I expect their numbers to dwindle as things get more unbearable – a DACA amnesty should do wonders to slap many of them awake.
When you’ve got people as spaced-out as the Ancient Romans, the Founding Fathers, and Adolf Hitler all saying that the age of 30-35 is probably the best age to enter serious politics, you probably should pay attention to the advice.
The argument was always that before this age, maturity is still not fully gained, and various life experiences in early adulthood tend to change a person’s worldview to where they cannot be trusted to give orders and make decisions – after 30 or so, political views tend to be far more stable than before.
Yes, there are exceptions, and yes we should of course utilize our youth (they’re some of our best and brightest), but to have guys still in college telling us how the world works and how to present ourselves is probably not the best decision.
Many of these inexperienced figures sit around and think to themselves that #MAGA is something new and something that is exceptional, whereas any of us old enough to remember can explain that much of it is the same as existed in the time of Nixon, the time of Reagan, the time of both Bushes, and the time of the “resistance” against Barack Obama.
Trump and Bannon’s ideology was at its core just repackaged and regurgitated Conservatism, although we were all led to believe that maybe, just maybe, there was something new and possibly racial behind the Make America Great Again slogan.
Wisdom has already made many move away from The Donald due to the knowledge of what we’re dealing with – youngsters will remain on the Train until a few more years go by, our percentage of the total population drops by another few percent, and our situation grows a few more notches more desperate.
This is pretty self-explanatory – we always like to find the easy solution to a problem, but when it comes to saving our race, the odds of something simple coming to light is essentially nothing.
That still didn’t stop people from thinking that all they would need to do to save the White Man and crush the Jews is to post a few memes, argue with Boomer cucks on Breitbart, and vote GOP come election time.
When push came to shove and the easy way turned out to be a dead-end, these weaklings stuck by the most basic and work-free course of action – cheer for a leader who turned out to be the antithesis of a GOD EMPEROR.
Problem for them is that as things get more dire, cheering is going to become a full-time stressful occupation.
(((More Sinister Characters)))
Internet tubes are a mixture of good and bad – good because we can disseminate information and network like never before, and bad because we can run into anonymous figures that could be anyone or (((anything))).
At least with the Alt-Right, it remains true that most notable content creators have met at least a few other figures in real life, although my fear is that we’ve let some unknowns slip in and become prominent with their only credentials being semi-famous Twitter accounts.
Now, they could just be one of the above categories of people, but there is always a chance (and there is evidence of this being done) that some of those you come across online could be operating with the intention of delaying, sabotaging, and wrecking any attempts to get balls rolling.
Note that this article was not meant to demonize the average garden-variety Trump supporter, but is meant to address those who continue to promote Republican politics despite overwhelming evidence that their precious Party’s intention is to grovel before the Jews and Leftist elite like never before.
Don’t be too paranoid, and don’t waste too much time arguing with them, but just try your best to pigeonhole them so you know how to proceed in any future encounters.
A MAGApede may just be a wayward brother, they may be an apolitical marketer just looking to make some shekels, or they may be a divisive threat to us all.