Linkage: 15 November, 2016 – The Trumpening #TheTriggering #TheTrumpening #MAGA
As you know, because I’ve told you this over and over for the last 4 years, I predicted Hillary for the win.
Between the parasites, the white people who hate white people, the main stream media, and the corporations I didn’t think anyone would have a chance against the The Queen Kunt Herself.
I was happily wrong.
Welcome to The Trumpening.
Will Trump actually be the Shitlord President we desire?
Or will he sell out, wuss out and SJW out?
He’s off to a bad start. This acceptance speech sounds like something Hussein Obama would say.
Then Obama talks about the election and praises himself for creating a better country than existed eight years ago. Yet poor people are still poor. SJWs are still victims. Are you better off than you were eight years ago?
Listen for “sex-success” around the 1:30 mark.
As the speech goes on Obama becomes so triggered he can’t talk coherently.
And then there is the bitch herself. Obama has some high praise for her indeed when she was running against him for the presidential nomination. Kunt Klinton finally crawled out from under the dead body of whomever she had killed as punishment for losing the election and told us how sorry she is that “we” (the Royal We) did not win this election.
Hillary voters do not “represent the best of America”. Hillary voters represent the Basket Of Inferiors.
“Our campaign was not about one person…” But the campaign slogan is “I’m with her.” Yes. It’s all about her.
Said to women, “Nothing has made me prouder than to be your champion.” Other than facilitating Bill Klinton raping women.
And now friends and enemies, boys and girls, ladies and gentlemen, pimps and hos, bitches and bitchettes . . . let The Triggering Begin.
It’s about the whole liberal project of pretending men and women are equal, black and white are equal, East and West are just two sides of the same coin. Trump is the beginning of the end.
Feminism lost last night. Social justice lost. Buzzwords lost. Bullies lost. Screechy, shrieky, stupid -ism lost.
#NotMyPresident has hit the top of the Twitter trending chart, as leftists have broken down over Donald Trump becoming the President-elect, refusing to accept him in his position.
Here is a round-up of some of the best freak-outs in the hashtag.
Women can do anything men can do. Except win presidential elections and manage their emotions.
In the aftermath of this election, many have found solace from the Pantsuit Nation Facebook page.
This meetup group is to first find solace and then figure out ways to channel our sadness, anger and fear toward (peaceful) action to move our community toward tolerance. First solace, then action.
What’s really funny about this is viewing the group is restricted. “Content of this Meetup Group is only visible to members.” The most open administration ever.
“I think apologizing’s a great thing, but you have to be wrong. I will absolutely apologize, sometime in the hopefully distant future, if I’m ever wrong.” –Donald Trump
“Trump won because black people can’t find the DMV or use the internet.” said a bunch of social justice warriors
When high disgust threshold meets genetic mutational overload, you get these freaks filling their diapers in Portland. Inchoate shitlib rioters, particularly the white variety, are usually sexual market rejects acting out their failures with the opposite sex.
If you know what to look for, you’ll see the influence of the sexual market on just about every human activity.
As I predicted, the Amish may have won the Presidency for Trump by voting in large enough number to be the decisive factor in swinging PA for him and thus securing his electoral victory.
The Amazin’ Amish! Give them love, along with the Cubanos (aka White Euro-hispanics) who voted in droves for Trump to help him lock up FL.
And yet she wrote about that “uncomfortable” evening from two months ago. She can’t stop thinking about him.
Everything she wrote is typical female hamster rationalization for loving a charming Trumpboy.
She wearily and half-heartedly hunts for his flaws to absolve herself of personal responsibility while simultaneously craving the invading force of his Trumpenrod. Betabitch BernieBros and mangina Hill shills wept.
This man’s MAGA Game is tight. He wins a green Pepe condom. Feels good man.
I. Told. You.
Ok, maybe not every state. But that would have been a hell of a call if it came off, right?
The answer lies in the fact that all of these writers are wrong, along with every other professional pundit that I have read today. The simple fact is that the left and right side of politics no longer exist. It is beyond useless to think in those faithful definitions. They have passed their prime and ceased to be.
The two sides of politics now are globalism and nationalism.
What we once knew as the left is firmly rooted in the breaking down of borders, the pursuit of political correctness, global free trade, the rise of omnipotent and unanswerable multinational organisations under the banner of the UN, and all under the umbrella of multiculturalism. It was to be a one world order. The climate change fraud was simply a method of bringing this about under the guise of ‘saving the planet’.
Those who were once on the right side of politics are now nationalists. They are primarily concerned with saving their culture, cultures that existed before the rise of multiculturalism. If politics is downstream of culture then the economy is downstream of politics. The success of Western economies in the last two hundred years was a result of a number of factors, but the most important was that the cultures of these countries were most conducive to take advantage of gains in industry, economics, science, and politics. Everything is downstream of culture and it is these cultures where the battlegrounds are being fought.
The problem for the left is not that their core policies have been shown to be both unworkable and unpalatable to the general population. The problem is that their entire identities are bound up in their ideology. It is their belief system. Most people have to believe in something and after church numbers began steeply falling a few generations ago a lot of people latched onto these ideologies.
This is why the left are now accusing their opposition of the usual combination of racism, sexism, fear, hate, homophobia, and the rest, just for the feat of actually winning a democratic election.
Meanwhile demented Hillary supporters riot in the streets, apparently not willing to accept the election result, an attitude that they had used to mock Trump with in the weeks after the final television debate.
Anyone else seeing the irony in this? These guys believe that Hitler II has just been elected, and they want to start marking their clothing?
Are they trying to make it easier for Hitler II to identify and pick them off?
Trump’s victory seems to have brought all the “Shit that never happened” stories out of the woodwork. Special snowflakes and their victim-hood are now operating at maximum capacity.
Social Justice Warriors are essentially falling victim to their own mass hysteria. They have demonized Trump beyond all reality and are now terrified by the image they have created.
Of course, no evil Trump men are coming after them, so they’ve fallen back to creating false stories to justify their fears.
However, as Trump took the lead in the exit polls, things begun to take a turn for the worse. The moderators of r/the_Meltdown posted an update, stating that if Trump ended up winning the election against all odds, the Subreddit would have to start making fun of Clinton supporters.
Shit had officially hit the fan.
By now, Trump Shitposters were out in full force, dominating Reddit’s front page and pretty much every other subreddit (Including the pro-Clinton ones). Trump was still in the lead and pulling ahead in front of Hillary. He was actually going to win this.
Tumblr’ butthurt over Trump’s presidency was always going to be the most palpable.
We’ve got angry otherkin, people pissed off at third party voters, …..the works.
The Twitter butthurt isn’t surprising, several celebrities and users on Twitter have been rooting for Clinton from the get-go. A few minutes after Trump’s victory was announced, the hashtags #Imstillwithher, #NotMyPresident and #Calexit were trending on Twitter worldwide.
Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you, The Triggering: Twitter Election Edition:
As Trumps wins the election, the amount of tears from the Clinton camp has reached sea levels at this point.
Donald Trump had 53% support from white women. He had 4% support from black women. The primary political problem in the USA is not feminism, it is ethnicity.
It then dawned on me that Donald Trump had triggered so many people in the Twin Cities that enough of them called into work sick that there was no morning rush hour.
I tried to do some actual journalism by calling different Twin Cities employers to see if a higher than normal number of people called in sick. None of them could disclose that information because of company policy But the more ancillary and indirect evidence I saw, the more I realized it HAD TO BE weak-minded leftists calling into work because they needed a “mental health day.”
There were the numerous reports of colleges accommodating students who were traumatized by democracy. The baristas I talked to said business was slow. And Uptown was a ghost town. I had not seen it so desolate ever.
One sunny day in January 2017, an old man approaches the White House from across Pennsylvania Avenue where he’d been sitting on a park bench. He speaks to the U.S. Marine standing guard and says, “I would like to go in and meet with President Obama.”
The Marine looks at the man and says, “Sir, Mr. Obama is no longer President and no longer resides here.”
The old man says, “Okay,” and walks away.
The following day the same man approaches the White House and says to the same Marine, “I would like to go in and meet with President Obama.”
A few of us including the great Scott Adams predicted Trump’s win over a year ago. We were called crazy by those who watch or read “the news” and thus are mind slaves.
Here is some of the best writing you’ll find explaining Trump’s rise as it happened.
Now that Trump has won and saved us from another Klinton presidency it’s time to go back to reality. Yes I voted for Trump. But Trump is simply another statists. He will fix nothing. Solve nothing. End nothing. Begin nothing. Change nothing. It will be business as usual and freedom will erode perhaps slightly less than it would under Cunt Klinton – but freedom will still be lost.
Building walls, reducing one-sided liabilities, setting things up so the country can be more self-sufficient…this is all good and necessary national housekeeping.
But what Trump can’t do is fix the systemic problems in America.
He can’t bring Americans together as a singular people who share a common culture and destiny.
That ship has sailed.
. . . . .
Trump can never be Caesar or Hitler or Napoleon or even Mussolini, because the American people aren’t Romans or Germans or French or Italian. They are all and none of those things. They aren’t really anything. They don’t have a shared identity or culture, and their shared history has to do with a pioneering past and the establishment of a form of government that would be recognizable to its founders only as a grotesque perversion of abstract ideals that seemed like a good idea at the time, in a very different world. If some political necromancer resurrected them to do annotate a new edition of the Declaration of Independence, they’d be footnoting the hell out of groaners like “…all men are created equal.”
The only culture Americans truly share is a culture of commerce.
They identify with each other across racial, ethnic and sexual boundaries through a common love of products, of musical performers, of movies and television shows and clothing brands and sports teams. This culture of commerce is only capable of inspiring a national unity as cheap and disposable as the products that characterize it. If you could get everyone to be as fanatically devoted to the country as Apple users are to Apple, you might have something approaching a national culture, but the nation is divided over Apple and PC in rather the same way it is divided between Republicans and Democrats or gun users and gun prohibitionists.
. . . . .
Freedom’s just a feel-good buzzword. Americans are more closely watched and regulated than they ever were under British rule — and the system of regulations and surveillance will only increase no matter who is president.
Hey, old guys — do you remember that time in your life when the amount of laws and rules and regulations the government imposes on you actually decreased?
Yeah, I didn’t think so.
. . . . .
I’ve even wondered if Brexit and the Trump surge aren’t placating moves, to keep white men from feeling completely disenfranchised…until it is too late. Until the demographic change is complete. Until they are safely in the minority. Until their sons become even more passive and androgynous from estrogenic chemicals and additives and feminist indoctrination and being coddled by overzealous school administrators and overprotective parents. Until almost no one knows any useful skills anymore and everyone is completely helpless without a handheld computer. Until the distribution of wealth is so dramatic that public opinion really doesn’t matter anymore, and elites can simply dole out resources to their workers, whose lives they will manage from cradle to grave.
It would be pretty brilliant, wouldn’t it?
. . . . .
“No one is coming. It’s up to us.”
Daddy isn’t coming. No one is. Men in America can’t keep waiting for someone to come and stand up to feminists and race-baiters and social justice warriors for them, and then stand behind them, saying, “yeah, what he said.” They can’t keep waiting for some elected leader to put big businesses and banks and all of the scheming, swindling, greedy sellouts that run this country in their place. These people hate you, and they don’t care what you think or what you want. No matter what happens to you, they believe you have it coming, and if you don’t do anything about it and take control of your own life and destiny — you will deserve it.
Whatever happens to white American men — and all of the men who are unable or unwilling to benefit from rent-seeking identity politics — will be up to us.
L.V. Anderson is over at Slate caterwauling at full screech that “white women sold out the sisterhood and the world by voting for Trump”, and two thoughts came immediately to mind:
Maybe white women should be allowed to vote?
I am one of the intellectuals who expected a Trump defeat. I’ve been studying politics, history and economics for years, reading countless books on the matter from The Prince to Freakonomics to The Wealth of Nations.
And I was wrong. It was a Canadian housewife and an Iranian pickup artist who called it correctly for Trump. Trump beat the odds, he beat the intellectuals, and made the establishment “babies in the hands of a giant” as was said after Napoleon’s resounding victory at Austerlitz in 1806.
The left is currently in panic-mode in an attempt to explain how they lost. They are calling Trump supporters racist, sexists, homophobic and even sex offenders!
But in the end, it was this same blindness that made them psychologically incapable of defeating Donald Trump.
If a man tells you that he voted for Trump, it’s safe to say that he is favorable to strong borders, nationalism, masculinity, and beautiful women.
On a basic level, you will be able to get along with this man and build a bond. It also works the other way around where you bring up Trump to screen out those who are offended by him. It’s fine if someone is politically indifferent, but if a man opposes Trump then I have to anticipate him attacking or sabotaging me in the future. I will distance myself from him for my own well-being.
The good news is that for the first time in my lifetime (and perhaps all of America’s 240 year history), we finally got a president who wasn’t pre-selected by the elites. I honestly didn’t think this would ever happen, and I’m happy to see it. The elites all over Washington, Hollywood, and Wall Street are now in absolute panic mode.
Good! It’s fun to watch them squirm.
I don’t like Donald Trump, because he’s corrupt as fuck and never really wanted the job, but his election makes me happy because it’s nice, very nice, to see the elites finally get a big, fat black eye for once. It’s about damn time.
It’s also good news, great news in fact, that the Lizard Queen is not president, and will now never be (due to her age). I have to admit that even I, who stopped caring about the US and the Western world about 15 years ago, was a little concerned that a criminal of her magnitude actually might be president. It’s nice to see we dodged at least one bullet.
The bad news is that in the long run, nothing will fundamentally change in America.
It will stay on the path of creeping socialism, growing government, worsening economics, worsening demographics, less free speech, and an inevitable move to the left. Donald Trump, a dishonest authoritarian with zero emotional control who supports government healthcare, hates freedom of speech, and is terrified you might find out what’s in his tax returns, was elected to the presidency about 20 years too late to actually turn things around. If this was 1995, then Trump could indeed right the ship and prevent the coming collapse, but that was our last shot. I tried very hard to get Ross Perot elected back in the 90s, because back then it could have made a difference. Today…no.
. . . . .
Left-wingers have been saying that “Republicans created Donald Trump.” Untrue. It was you left-wingers who created him. Trump is the natural result when you spend years and years on end screaming at innocent, hardworking people about political correctness, trigger warnings, safe spaces, racism where it doesn’t exist, homophobia where it doesn’t exist, sexism and rape where it doesn’t exist, shoving socialism and a bloated welfare state that we never wanted down our throats, and telling straight white men that everything in the world is their fault.
You left-wingers created Trump. I hope you’re happy with him now. Choke on it. I’ll be over here smiling.
. . . . .
Democrats, progressives, and left-wingers of all stripes and colors are now going to unite and rally like you’ve never seen them do so before. Likely, in 2020, or 2024 at the latest, they will support a hardcore socialist who will glide to a presidential victory with ease. The snapback from this Trump victory will be terrible.
The right-wing will be even more fragmented than it is now, and they will be utterly smashed before the left-wing onslaught that is about to begin.
Across Toronto, flyers have been going up exhorting white people to take a peek at the Alt Right. In Leftist Canada, this is surely considered a political crime, so someone or someones took great risk in getting the message out.
The flyers read:
Hey, White Person
Tired of political correctness?
Wondering why only white countries have to become ‘multicultural’?
Figured out that diversity means ‘less white people’?
Sick of being blame for all the world’s problems?
Tired of being told you’re ‘racist’ for celebrating your heritage?
Disgusted by the garbage on television?
Don’t see a future for yourself and your family?
Questioning when immigration will stop?
The term “racist” refers to any one of the following, depending on who you ask:
Someone who recognizes innate differences between the races in the “Human Biodiversity” vein.
Someone who prefers one race over another, including limited to their nation or local community.
Someone who believes that a hierarchy of racial groups exist, with some destined or suggested to rule over others.
Every single person on earth fits into one of these categories, anti-racists most of all.
The big secret is that anti-racists are bigoted against the existence of racially-distinct groups, because an anti-racism agenda can only be satisfied when those groups which might rule or might be distinct are eliminated through outbreeding.
Unfortunately I think it’s about to be all downhill from here.
Hopefully I’m wrong, and just totally jaded and cynical due to having been thoroughly disillusioned with voting and elections since I last voted for Dubya in 2004. I haven’t voted since.
But I sincerely hope The Donald proves me wrong. If he even accomplishes half of what he promised during the campaign, he will certainly restore some of the luster that has been lost since the Clintons first disgraced the Oval Office with their degenerate occupancy decades ago.
Hell, if he even halfway stems the tide of both legal and illegal immigration, repeals both Common Core and Obamacare, I’ll consider that some serious swamp draining, and I’ll finally get off my ass and re-register to vote and rejoin the ranks of Americans who exercise their voting privileges in 2020 to continue Mein TrumpenFuhrer’s program to MAGA.
If I hear one more half-witted, addle-pated admonition that I must “vote for Trump so we won’t get Hillary” or “vote for Hillary so we won’t get Trump,” I swear I’m going to scream.
Why is it so hard for people to wrap their minds around the concept that they have additional choices? To me, and to other reasonable people, the suggestion comes as a welcome relief. But legions of others react to it with hostility. They recoil as if from a barrage of banana cream pies. The thought seems to cause them physical pain, as if they were being prescribed a bad case of influenza.
I’ve heard “journalists” lament the cold-heartedness of libertarians who think that giving consumers actual options in a free market is somehow a ruthless philosophy that would doom orphans and widows to starve in the streets. We’re supposedly too idiotic to run our own lives, but veritable Solomons when it comes to running the lives of others. That would require making choices, too — but don’t tell our betters that. It would only give them a headache.
Almost as smart as Bush maestro Karl Rove, who until minutes before the election was sure that Trump could not win, and who amused the late hours of Fox election coverage by discussing the need for humility on the part of the winner, because he would have gained less than 50% of the vote. MSNBC made much of this too.
But I count 17 presidential elections since 1828, when the modern party system was solidifying and the popular vote started to mean something decisive, in which the winning candidate received less than 50% of the vote. The lowest percentages were those of Abraham Lincoln (40), Woodrow Wilson (42), and guess who?, Bill Clinton (43).
How soon these experts forget.
Also showing themselves very smart and knowing were those pinnacles of the political and journalistic Establishment, Carl Bernstein and David Gergen, who on the morning after the election spent many minutes of CNN’s airtime explaining that Hillary Clinton will be consoled in defeat by her profound religious faith, as manifested in her devotion to the Bible and to the Methodist church. Of course, nobody ever saw Clinton enter a church, except to suck out votes, and I don’t remember a single reference she ever made to the Bible. Nevertheless, these people were speaking solemnly, and on the verge of tears. Hillary, they never knew ye.
Donald Trump shocked everyone but his own supporters Tuesday as his racist, xenophobic, authoritarian, climate-science-denying, misogynistic, “grab-them-by-the-pussy” candidacy somehow carried him to victory.
Larger than expected turnout among rural and working-class white voters led Trump to outperform polling expectations in almost every battleground state, winning Ohio, Florida, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, which, according to the Associated Press, put him over the required 270 electoral votes early Wednesday morning.
The one-time leader of the racist “birther” movement entered the race calling Mexicans “rapists” and repeatedly refusing to condemn white supremacists, and issued policy proposals that seemed unbound by the limits of executive power or basic human decency.
Trump promised to “bomb the shit” out of Middle Eastern countries, kill terrorist’s innocent families, do “a hell of a lot worse than waterboarding,” and suggested that dipping bullets in pigs’ blood may be sound counterterrorism policy.
Trump had a long history of misogyny and belittling women, but after a decade-old tape surfaced of Trump saying he could “grab [women] by the pussy,” and “if you’re a star, they let you do it,” many were horrified, and numerous women came forward with stories of being victimized by Trump. Forecasts predicted Clinton would win in a near landslide.
Trump’s election is a particular nightmare-come-alive for American Muslims, his campaign already having incited hundreds of anti-Muslim hate crimes and started a new wave of anti-Muslim bullying in schools. Trump’s promises to spy on mosques and ban Muslims from entering the country have electrified his base, and served as consistent applause lines throughout his campaign. Trump’s circle of advisors, surrogates, and political allies include people who brag about spying on mosques and call for “sharia tests” of all American Muslims, under penalty of deportation. General Michael Flynn, a top national security adviser to Donald Trump and possible Defense Secretary, has tweeted that “fear of muslims is rational.”
Eventually, I came to the conclusion that the reason why there are so many fallacies in this 2-minute segment, is because the entire thing doesn’t actually mean anything. The entire statement is ambiguous. If you melt down what she says, and consolidate what little meaning the statement had, you get this something like this…* “I think that the supreme court is supposed to represent the American people in its decisions.”
This answer, in short, is immoral, frightening and wrong. The job of the courts is to represent the constitution, not the people.
The legislative and executive branch is for the people, not the judicial branch. The court should not have the ability redistribute justice or power on a whim, which is what Clinton’s answer boiled down to.
The way in which politicians speak has been studied and modified over the years. Public speaking is now a science, and as for political rhetoric, every word is calculated. Every word has a purpose to serve, whether is be to bolster or dilute any particular point. It can make inspire people even if the message is negative. It can anger people, even when the message is good. Everyone needs to realize that they are being played like a fiddle by politicians, and I hope this report helps them to take the narrative with a grain of salt.
Last year in this blog I told you that Trump would change more than politics.
I said he would forever change how you view reality. I’ll prove that to you today with a fun experiment.
At the end of this post I will give you a link to a very short video clip showing Hillary Clinton getting off her jet and into her car. Trump supporters will say she looks like she is drunk, or unsteady for some other health-related reason. And they will say it is obvious. Now try showing the clip to a Clinton supporter and watch how they see nothing wrong with the way she is walking.
Who is right?
The answer is that you have no way to know. Personally, I can see it both ways, depending on what frame of mind I’m in. When people on Twitter say she looks drunk, and I look at the clip immediately after they prime me, she indeed looks drunk. When my Clinton-supporting friend says he sees nothing unusual about her walking, suddenly it looks fine to me too.
Most of my readers today are probably Trump supporters, so you are likely to see Clinton’s walk as unsteady. Send the clip to your Clinton-supporting friend and see how much your perceptions differ on this. You’ll be amazed.
There might be an objective reality in our world. But our brains didn’t evolve to be able to see it. Our brains only evolved to do the job of keeping us alive so we could procreate. That means the reality you see – the movie in your head – can be totally different from mine, and almost certainly is. Yet we can both get by in this world.
How did I predict it would turn out so movie-perfect? I saw the following situation developing:
1. The social bullying coming from Clinton’s supporters guaranteed that lots of Trump supporters were in hiding. That created the potential for a surprise result, so long as the race was close.
2. Trump’s powers of persuasion are better than I have ever seen from a living human. That made it likely that the election would be close. And people generally vote for their party’s candidate, so that too promised a close election.
3. The mainstream media backed Clinton. That created a situation in which she was likely to be ahead at some point near the end of the election cycle.
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