It is clear by now that salvation will only come from the eclipse of America and its collapse.
This was long suspected within the Alt-Right when it was still an living movement, which had not been subverted and sidetracked by WASP twinkies and Nazi-presenting. self-loathing Jews.
Trump, as we have seen, has run out of road. As RamZPaul noted on a recent Red Ice interview, there are two Trumps—the one who makes based tweets and the one who bathes in the swamp.
His recent failure on the Proudboys shows you just how limited he is. This is not to blame Trump. He has to live with the system as it is, and he is hemmed in by creatures of globalism at every turn, whether it be the media, Big Tech, activist judges, Deep State operatives, in-laws, or backstabbers in his own administration.
Also, the metapolitical war that the Alt-Right was supposed to wage to make Trumpism possible, went about as well as the German attempt to break out of Stalingrad.
For a time, there was hope that even if Alt-Right ideas did not prevail, at least common sense ideas would gain the upper hand with Trump and the GOP, which is slowly being bulldozed by demographics into the lime pit of history. But the recent migrant caravan crisis is proof that Trump really is hemmed in.
His attempt to deny asylum to the migrant hordes gathering in Tijuana is not panning out as hoped. In fact, it is following a pretty well-worn groove: A US federal judge has blocked an order issued by President Trump to deny the possibility of asylum to migrants crossing the southern border illegally.
US District Judge Jon Tigar in San Francisco issued the temporary restraining order after hearing arguments by civil rights groups….
He said Mr Trump’s proclamation on 9 November was an “extreme departure” from prior practice.
“Whatever the scope of the president’s authority, he may not rewrite the immigration laws to impose a condition that Congress has expressly forbidden,” Judge Tigar added.
He was responding in a case brought by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), the Southern Poverty Law Center and the Center for Constitutional Rights.
They argued that Mr Trump’s ruling was illegal.
The judge’s restraining order comes into immediate effect and remains in place until a court hearing in December to decide on the case.
This one simple trick—”an ‘extreme departure’ from prior practice”—can basically be used to sweep away anything Trump does, as everyone agrees that Trump himself was an “extreme departure” from prior practice—even if, as we are now finding out, this is not actually the case.
Whoever came up with the idea of the migrant caravans knew exactly what they were doing. They saw the weakness, and they realised that Trump, while not exactly a Paper Tiger, was a Twitter Tiger.
Right now there are tens of thousands of migrants at the border, demanding their right—under present legislation and “prior practice”—namely to be processed as asylum seekers. Ahead of them, already inside America, there are upwards of 20 million illegals already in the country. Behind them hundreds of millions whose interest in a move North is now pricking up.
Trump knows he can’t win this. He is too isolated. There are too many Christians, too many Liberals, and especially too many people who simply base their opposition to mass immigration on simply not liking MS13 members or having concerns about the pressures on public transport.
Turn up with a crowd of ten thousand men, including plenty of MS13 members, but fronted by a few women with babies, mixed with few soundbites about just wanting a job and a better life, and this flimsy opposition dissolves.
“The Wall” came into being as a meme, myth, and mirage because it reflected the meta-fact that America no longer had the ability to defend its borders. Rather than an expression of strength, it was in reality an expression of weakness. Sparta, famously, only built its walls when it was deep in decline, having never needed walls when it was a strong, virile state. Yes, there too they didn’t work.
The surest sign that this one-term President is going down is his latest focus. Instead of dealing with the thousands, millions, and hundreds of millions touched by the immigration issue, he is now focusing on the handful of transgenders who claim they want to serve in the military.
President Donald Trump’s administration, in a move to get around the circuit court, on Friday appealed directly to the Supreme Court to hear a challenge to the administration’s policy that bars transgender people from military service.
The move comes as the president has railed against the Ninth Circuit, which put on a hold on his asylum ban for illegal immigrants.
Several district courts have blocked the policy, including the Ninth Circuit, which heard arguments earlier this fall, and the DC Circuit, which will hear arguments in early December.
But, on Friday, the administration moved to bypass those courts and go straight to the top.
No doubt Trump’s effort to solve this problem is also an “extreme departure” from prior practice and will face the usual obstacles.
Get used to it, Americans, you don’t have democracy and you never will until you reel in the courts, neuter the media and Big Tech, and create a system of proportional representation that can support dozens of competing parties.
Imagine going to a supermarket and finding only two varieties of toothpaste and nothing else on the shelves. That is your political system now. What makes it worse is that those two toothpaste companies are owned by the same shareholders.
The tranny issue is always the surest sign of political irrelevance whenever it emerges.
Yeh, of course it’s stupid, to have trannies in the military. But there are two things to bear in mind here. First, the USA is a “post-military” Superpower and is incapable of winning or even fighting actual wars. Afghanistan proves that.
This means that it really doesn’t matter who is in the US military now. It is mainly a container of unemployment. And secondly, how many people are we talking about here? My guess is three or four.
Whichever decision is made on this issue is therefore an irrelevance. It should therefore be getting about as much attention as a lost dog story.
The reason Trump goes to an issue like this straight after being fucked hard on the border is because it is an “inverted triangle”—namely an issue which effects hardly anybody on the ground but which has a massive media presence in the air.
By the way, the immigration issue is a kind of polar opposite. Apart from the present drama on the border, immigration, as it is now constituted, represents the racial replacement of America’s core population. That effects everybody in the country and will reverberate across centuries, yet this is an issue that is constantly downplayed by the media, while its effects are entirely ignored.
While the first issue has a broad effect on Americans, the second has an extremely small footprint on the average Joe.
The “trannies in the miltary” controversy is therefore the perfect smokescreen to back away from the real issue—the existential issue of having a border or not.
Even if Trump is defeated on this issue, that does not detract from its main function of being a meaningless distraction. While “trannies in the military” triggers people on the Left and the Right and is therefore an attention-grabber, it has no real impact on people and has no real relevance. It is the masturbation of politics.
The border and America’s control of its demographics, by contrast, is the real issue, the one that called Trump forth and which got him elected. But elected to do what? To become Twitterer-in-Chief, to be the Twitter Tiger?
This is why America is doomed. This is why its fate is inevitable decline. It lazily placed the burden of the revitalising revolution on the shoulders of one man, and outsourced its salvation to the swamp. But in its death and decline hope shines.