Tuesday, 11 April 2017

After the attack against Syria, which was praised by the neocons, such as (((Bill Kristol))), (((Robert Kagan))) and (((Paul Wolfowitz))), Hillary Clinton, and the mainstream media, the right appears to be divided.


                                                                      Lauren Southern

                                

                                                                           Red Ice


                                                             
                                                                    Kevin MacDonald                              
                   


                                   

Nigel Farage and Marine Le Pen are against the attack:

Farage lays into Trump after US strikes Syria
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4389590/Farage-lays-Trump-strikes-Syrian-regime.html

Syria strike brings rare criticism for Trump from France's Le Pen
http://www.reuters.com/article/us-france-election-syria-idUSKBN179229



Alex Jones, Milo Yiannopolous, Ann Coulter, Pat Buchanan, Ron Paul, and Paul Joseph Watson criticise Trump over Syria strike:

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-04-10/trump-losing-his-support-base-after-attacking-syrian-government?page=5

http://nationalinterest.org/feature/donald-trumps-biggest-problem-20092

                                       
Notice the comment sections in the Daily Mail, Breitbart, and Zerohedge: They are against the attack:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4389590/Farage-lays-Trump-strikes-Syrian-regime.html

Lots of  "Fuck you Trump" at the Zerohedge:
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-04-06/us-launches-air-strike-syria-over-50-tomahawk-missiles-hit-syria

Breitbart commenters: "Trump has some explaining to do. This isn't what I voted for."
http://www.breitbart.com/national-security/2017/04/06/trump-orders-strikes-syrian-regime-airbase-response-chemical-attack/

So what do you think about this?

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10 comments:

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  6. It's really upset me, it's made me question some things but at least he's still doing something about immigration. If he could lessen the burden on whites so that they can once again procreate and raise their birth rates in the US I'd forgive him anything.

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  7. I have read reports that both Putin and Assad were informed by the White House, prior to the attack; certainly damage was minimal in terms of military materiel and the runway and airplanes (apart from those being repaired) which, of course, does not diminish the human life loss but, to be blunt, all sides in war tend to consider "a few civilians" as mere "collateral damage." It is being suggested, therefore, that this was simply a way for Trump to rid himself of the charge of being hand-in-glove- with Putin and to present himself and the US as supposedly taking a firm stand and not opting simply for an isolationist US position. It also presented Putin with the opportunity to threaten his own country's military strength against the US. I would say it is Britain which comes out worst of all with the buffoon, Boris Johnson, failing to impress anyone and the EU bluntly refusing to fall into compliance with Johnson's/Britain's lamebrained notion of yet more sanctions which have only so far damaged the export markets of EU countries rather than Russia! Of course, no one has mentioned the role of Israel in all this; Israel was bombing Syria in Feb and March and not a peep raised by the West. Also, any attempts at sanctions against Israel would bring down the terrifying wrath (irony alert) of Israel's lackeys, Britain and the US>

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  8. I never really thought Trump was "one of us". Being red-pilled requires a certain amount of intellectual curiosity, and Trump doesn't seem to have any. At best he has instincts that take him towards the right answers.

    Only time will tell whether Trump is a con man who fooled the Alt Right. But even the worst possible Trump scenario is still better than any conceivable Hillary scenario. Just the change of tone Trump brings about on the refugee issue, for example, would be a thing worth having. And to see a people detach themselves from their elite, the voiced class, is tremendous step forward in itself. In that sense, Trump was just a vehicle for something much broader than himself.

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    1. "But even the worst possible Trump scenario is still better than any conceivable Hillary scenario."

      I agree with that. He is far better than H. Clinton. The most important thing is that his win encouraged right wing and anti-establishment movements everywhere. It was like a fresh air. His election was very encouraging for right movements in Europe, and right now they are still expanding (SD for example now became the most popular swedish political party, according to the latest polls).

      He also shattered political correctness, and this is very important in the psychological front, as political correctness is jewish brainwashing mechanism. That's one of the reasons why they hate him, and will keep hating him no matter what his does for Israel. He is a white male that behaves in highly politically incorrect way, and that alone is unforgivable.

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  9. Obviously this has disturbed me. Trump has been weak and ineffectual since he was elected president, starting with his pathetic cabinet. You can only make a nation great with an iron fist. I had my doubts about Trump on the campaign trail but he was worth a try. At least we don't have to put up with that old hag clinton now.

    A war against Syria would only benefit a handful of yids. We shouldn't even be there fighting ISIS. The zio-communist ypg turds are worse than they are. Trump needs to back off of the war talk, but that's unlikely considerring the bloodthirsty freaks and sickos who surround him in DC. For Trump to fix anything here he would have to launch a purge and attack this entire land, by arming his supporters with military weapons (and funding my noble association), similiar to what the great Assad has done in Syria.
    If you're body is full of worms (dark races, communists, yidds, fags, masons, mongrel creatures, certain sects, etc.), you can't get rid of them by attacking someone else who had nothing to do with it. You have to take a pill before the worms eat out your heart and brain and kill your body. But our leaders say, "No , ingesting heartworms is good for your health."

    But rest assured, even if Russia destroys america with nuclear weapons, there is pretty much nothing here worth saving anymore anyway. The powers are destroying our historical bridges, buildings and bloodlines all in the name of globalism and materialism. Within 10-20 years the blood of the Asteri godmen will have run dry where I live. The Union destroyed the archaic values and blood of the various kingdoms of this land. It’s time for the American Union to disband for good and return to the old kingdoms (the Confederacy, Cascadia, New England, Newfoundland, Saskatchewan, Indiana, Landen, the Appalachian kingdoms, Sioux nation, Texas, Quebec , etc.)

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