Donald Trump’s Salute To America

Empty rhetoric.

What are these demons being taught in our schools?

White House:

“We will never allow an angry mob to tear down our statues, erase our history, indoctrinate our children, or trample on our freedoms.  (Applause.)  We will safeguard our values, traditions, customs, and beliefs.  We will teach our children to cherish and adore their country so that they can build its future.  Together, we will fight for the American Dream, and we will defend, protect, and preserve American way of life, which began in 1492 when Columbus discovered America.  (Applause.)”

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  1. The orange Commander in Chief sure has a habit of saying he’ll do things after the opportunity’s passed and it’s too late. Immigration got him elected but instead of attempting to do E-Verify, wall, Raise Act, and birthright citizenship ban right away when the party establishment was discredited and his party controlled all of Congress, the clown sold us out to the party donors and instead cut taxes for big business and the super rich, released criminals early, and went out all the way for the chosen tribe. Instead of sending the National Guard before the riots began or in the initial stages, he’s tweeting and yelling law and order after most of the rioting has occurred. If he’s sincere about it, why doesn’t he do squat even now?

    Let Drumpf and the GOP fail so minor parties, independents, Third Position, and electoral reform can finally enter the scene.

  2. Trump’s pose in front of the Mt Rushmore sculpture is one of the most brilliant campaign photos ever

    Lakota Indians protested, saying the sculpture is on land the US government seized from them

    But as historians point out –

    Lakota Indians seized it from the Cheyenne Indians
    Who had seized it from the Kiowa Indians
    Who had seized it from the Pawnee Indians
    Who had seized it from the Crow Indians
    Who had seized it from the Arikara Indians, living there around 1100 CE, the earliest tribe we know there

    In their 1990s book ‘The Fourth Turning’, Strauss & Howe talked about how the great crisis / civil war period, often involves a ‘grey champion’, an older person whom one side feels is defending them

    With ‘whiteness being racist’ now, and the lines of USA civil conflict hardening as violence unrolls, whites are being randomly attacked, and whites become frightened, Trump is despite all the disappointment, somewhat filling that role

  3. I have known some folks who have had as big a disconnect between their rhetoric and their actions as President Trump, BUT, not many.

    To put it blunt – I don’t know how our president can look himself in the mirror in the mornin’, and not see himself better than he does…

  4. Empty rhetoric is all it takes to keep the magatards happy and Trump knows it. The Republican party is an integral part of keeping the Anti-White system going and not enough people know that yet.

  5. It’s like in the last days of the Roman Empire when the “emperors” made speeches about Roman glory and power then issued decrees that would never be obeyed.

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