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SFAM1A 25 points ago +25 / -0

Sort of like the left's own "two more weeks"

TallestSkil 16 points ago +16 / -0

Except Trump is ideologically and politically irrelevant and will be for the rest of eternity. Except he never did a single thing against the ZOG his entire life. Except none of his cultists have any power whatsoever and abjectly refuse to fight against the ZOG.

Except it imploded before it ever existed.

serengetidesert1973 7 points ago +7 / -0

You're one of a kind. Your black pills hit with such poise I can't help but upvote. They're strangely inspiring, the most disheartening part are the maga-tubbies who can't cope with criticism.

TallestSkil 7 points ago +7 / -0

They're strangely inspiring

The best day of my life will be the day I’m proven wrong. Shame I’ll be out in the streets with the rest of you folks and won’t be around to see you say, “I told you so.”

serengetidesert1973 3 points ago +3 / -0

The only way to motivate myself to solve a problem is by agnowledging the direness of it. The only way I won't feel helpless is by accepting my lot in life. I just don't get these people and their happy go lucky attitude. The biggest demoralizer for me is the shock and awe theater Conservatives put on. Oh look a nigger just assaulted a white man, what is this country coming to. Im not a woman, I dont need fellow men's concern and platitude, I need a man's indignation; but they're not despite claiming so, they're just scared.

TakenusernameA [S] 4 points ago +4 / -0

I'm talking about the fact that he brought communities like this together and into the mainstream.

TallestSkil 4 points ago +4 / -0

We existed before Trump. We will exist after. The only thing he brought into the mainstream is “conservatives” openly worshipping niggers, faggots, and trannies as “normal”–pushing the Overton window toward communism by 20 years almost overnight. Tell me I’m wrong. What traditionalist has ever done that? What “conservative” did it BEFORE Trump? He erased those fight–still fresh in the minds of the neocons–under the name of “equality under MAGA.”

DEPORT_DOOMERS 7 points ago +7 / -0

It’s true that the alt right existed before trump and will continue after, but without Trump there would definitely be significantly less people awake. The reason why is because Trumpism in itself is a slippery slope. Many people here will attest to that. I started out as a retarded libertarian Trump supporter. I liked legal immigrants, (still hated niggers because I’m from the country), accepted the Holocaust as factual, liked republicans etc. now I know the truth. If it hadn’t been for Trump getting me into politics I would have never found the truth of our situation. To be clear, I hate trump and don't think there is a political solution (at the moment or in the near future). He did worship niggers and faggots though, you’re right there.

RandolphCarter 1 point ago +1 / -0

Maybe Trump is sort of a retarded boomer John the Baptist...his only job was to prepare the way for the one who comes after.

gamexa 4 points ago +4 / -0

I read this article the other day, and it reminded me what was important about Trump. Trump identified three issues where both the Democrats and the Republicans have always been largely in lockstep, against the will of the American people: immigration, trade, and foreign policy. No matter who we voted for, we kept getting open borders, free trade, and forever wars. People were excited about him because he finally seemed like someone who would actually challenge the status quo on these specific issues.

He never tried to be a moral leader or fight degeneracy or anything like that. He made motions in that direction to appease the base, but I don't think he cares about or understands any of that stuff. He just wanted us to stop being a nation of losers. You can say a lot about how effective he was at accomplishing anything, or how much he harmed or helped, or how much these issues matter without all the other stuff, or how compromised he was, or on and on forever about whatever, but any attempt at understanding the importance of Trump has to be centered around those three issues. If you think there's any political way out of this, I think it'd be hard to come up with three better places to start in the federal government than there. If you don't think there's any political way out of this, then none of this matters anyway.

TallestSkil 5 points ago +5 / -0

If you think there's any political way out of this, I think it'd be hard to come up with three better places to start in the federal government than [open borders, free trade, and forever wars]. If you don't think there's any political way out of this, then none of this matters anyway.

A statement that should be quoted on its own.

TakenusernameA [S] 2 points ago +2 / -0

What are you talking about?

"conservatives" have been tolerating degeneracy since Bush I.

TallestSkil 4 points ago +4 / -0

Tolerating, but not embracing.

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TallestSkil 7 points ago +7 / -0

Wow, five years feels like a lifetime ago… Imagine Biden’s tenure thus far (minus pandemic hoax), just pushed forward a few years. We’d still be in Afghanistan, Iraq, and would have invaded Syria wholesale, but otherwise everything would be the same as under Trump. No net deportations of any illegals, rampant kickbacks to administration officials (and otherwise), probably a slightly earlier tranny legalization, etc. The thing about Hillary is that she didn’t really stand for much in the way of drastic change, and Trump didn’t stand for anything in the way of reverting the current situation. The ZOG keeps on chugging along in lock step. Identical votes, identical policies, just the background color changes.

ButMyFeelings 5 points ago +5 / -0

Don’t fall into the trap of this type of rationalization. Yes, Trump is better than Hillary. We live in a single party society, the same billionaire lobbyists support both parties behind the scenes.

Instead of saying things like “at least Trump is better” than Hillary or Sleepy Joe, we need to be asking “what would be better than Trump?” and how do we put such a man in power?

LavonAffair 4 points ago +4 / -0

We have to vote harder, fellow 'pedes

HookersonBlow 3 points ago +3 / -0

I think I saw you from the SouthWest Airlines 4chan raid!


Good job!

deleteme1234 1 point ago +1 / -0

Explain why (((media))) was anti-Trump from day 1? Fight vs ZOG is a long poker game, sir.

TallestSkil 6 points ago +6 / -0

Explain why (((media))) was anti-Trump from day 1?

Standard communist practice. Control the opposition by creating it yourself and forbidding all actual opposition from existing. Straight out of their playbook. Exactly what happened every time in history that commies took over a nation. “Wow both sides agree that white nationalists are bad so I better not question why there are only two sides ha ha.” Simple. It’s exactly what was done with Q-LARP and the USSR of the 1920s, too.

DEPORT_DOOMERS 2 points ago +2 / -0

Controlled opposition

deleteme1234 1 point ago +1 / -0

(((feds))) are controlled oppo too? 🤣

Hyperborean_ 9 points ago +9 / -0

The rise of nationalism and populism is a natural response to this globohomo world that we live in. There are many examples throughout history where the ruling establishment believed that populism would die with the political defeat of an individual leader, only for populism to gain more popularity with the next era of populist leaders.

Let Schiff and his colleagues live in bliss while they still can, because future incarnations of American nationalism/populism will not be as meek, timid or inept as the MIGA crowd has been.

GigaVaxxed 6 points ago +6 / -0

I just hope more people realize how dumb nationalism is when your country has been nothing more than a monument to consumerism owned by jews for 100 years. Race is the only thing that unites people at the end of the day. I don’t give a shit about the USA, but I’d die to save my people.

SmellsLikeTelAviv 1 point ago +1 / -0

Then that is a problem with the USA as a nation, not nationalism

Pelides 1 point ago +1 / -0

There is no USA as a nation, until we return to 1790 laws

LavonAffair 2 points ago +2 / -0

History hasn't undergone a modern, mass importation of loathsome brown mongrels who replace you in the long run, propped up by your own taxes.

DagnysDagger 6 points ago +6 / -0

"Trumpism" is already a mutation of things like the Tea Party and Ron Paul movements, which had to mutate due to being subverted by things like Occupy.

Every time we get a movement going, they subvert it and destroy it. If someone hasn't noticed this yet they are genuinely deficient.

'Member when lockdowns started and people in MI stormed their statehouse with AR-15's and then like the next day a nigger died in Minneapolis and then we all stopped protesting and hid in our houses because we didn't want to be associated with "those guys" out there burning shit down?

Yeah. Subversion is cool guyz.

Make no mistake, every time we finally grab our balls and take a step forward, they already long had a plan for it and they throw out some other bullshit to distract the entire globe. COVID itself was merely a distraction from Hong Kong's protests (and retribution for Trump from China).

Notablitheringidiot 4 points ago +4 / -0


What the fuck does this even mean?

Trump was an ‘80s Centrist, not some political revoloutionary haha.

What a shit fucking planet this is.

FBoysInc 2 points ago +2 / -0

Remember, they always project.

faithfulserf 2 points ago +2 / -0

You see pretty popular figures such as John Doyle move further and further right through each video. I think it's a general thing among conservatives at this point.

WeedleTLiar 2 points ago +2 / -0

Trumpism, 11 months after holding office

Schiff: Any day now...

1776pill 1 point ago +1 / -0

One of two things has happened to trump supporters:

  1. They realized the Jew is the source of our problems and realize that trump is useless in this fight because his kids were married off to Jews. Why put him back in just to have him pussy out again?

  2. They follow q drops religiously.

TheRealPizzaPope 1 point ago +1 / -0

I just wish they knew who the (((elite))) really are.