Seventeen years ago, when I said I wanted to lead a campaign to have Britain leave the EU you all laughed at me…Well…You’re not laughing now, are you?
I wanted to start with Nigel Farage’s words at the EU Parliament after Brexit because I am going to do a small replay on his words, considering the fact that, as Mr. Farage, I too have been considered the “villain” by being the voice of dissent in a world where ideas are so hegemonic that any push forward in regards of self-affirmation, of group identity, of in-group preference, of questions of gender, of questions of where the Western civilisation is going, of pretty much every other question is seen with scorn and deemed racist by the champions of safe spaces and political correctnes.
I’m accustomed to being shunned for dissenting.
I choose who’s worthy of my deeds.
I enjoy swimming counter-current.
I love being pointed at and being called “that guy”.
In a world that’s in ruins, torn to shreds, where identity is a stump, where the original concept of masculinity, self-affirmation, morality and the discussion of destiny is questioned by those in the left: radical and moderate cultural marxists who have taken charge, kidnapped, and appropriated the institutions have taken upon themselves to censor the bulk of the ones that think like I do. We’ve been set aside and cast into academic ostracism because of that perverse game called “liberal democracy” and “identity politics”.
You know what I’m talking about.
It’s that game in which you play each group against each other group.
It’s the game in which you make the majority of the voters think that a college graduate is just as worth as a serial rapist when it comes to casting a vote at a polling station.
And that’s the game that was put to an end yesterday on election day in the United States of America. The white liberal guilt game of political correctness has been put to a halt by those who have been a victim of it.
About a year and a half ago, when nobody gave President-Elect Trump a chance, I stood by him, campaigned on his behalf and I was victim of the “free speech, tolerance, inclusion and multiculturalism” that the left likes to preach, like Ann Coulter, I was mocked and laughed at in public, I was attacked, my website suffered two cyber attacks, I got threatening emails, phone calls and even a physical aggresion by one of those multicultural peace loving democrat hippies.
One of the things that made me cringe was the fact that I wrote two articles that had nothing to do with the political sphere of the US election (for they were focused on healthcare) for a venezuelan blog that “kept tabs on the bolivarian revolution”, and the (((echo chambers))) and political opinions within the editorial board and because of my beliefs on the issue I no longer write for that blog. Not long afterwards I started to blog freely on the fact that my candidate, President Elect Donald Trump would be the best for the United States, I gave my blog a white nationalist twist, and it became the most widely read blog of the far right venezuelan movement from Alaska to the Patagonia, with visits from all across the continent.
I’ve had tiresome conversations with friends and family telling me that both candidates were bad, and I had to deal with the comparisons of Donald Trump, who created millions of jobs, and Hugo Chavez, whom bankrupted an oil company and the moral fiber of a country the size of Texas with his cronies, right in America’s backyard.
A good friend of mine wrote an article about the audacity of comparing Trump & Chavez.
Today, when I opened my iPad and went through the foreign (((newspapers))) they all wondered why Donald Trump won the election, they fearmongered on the fact that Trump will deport illegal aliens (as he bloody well should), and did all the math scrutiny on why is it that in spite of having the vote of immigrants, the election went in Trump’s favor.
Today, The Atlantic opened up with an article called Trump, the autocrat’s preferred choice, and the angle of that piece is that in a very far-fetched way, President Elect Trump’s criticism of the global elite coincides with the twisted, backward views of the Ayatollah of Iran, the piece never even mentions the fact that Trump wants to renegotiate the whole Nuclear Iran Deal that gave the islamic fundamentalists access to a nuclear bomb. I wrote this piece in spanish clarifying the fact that Russia and the United States are not enemies in the strict sense of the Cold War, but they do have to get together and face the threat of expanding radical islam, words that Barack Hussein Obama refuse to say in public.
If you were to follow the (((Liberal))) ideas that the Atlantic and it’s agenda is trying to push forward now, people who fled the authoritarianism in Russia, Iran and elsewere are not what are making America Great Again, if you take a look at this article by the Washington Post written in 2006 you’ll notice that multinational corporations promise immigrants huge salaries, and they are importing cheap “qualified” labor via H1-B visas and they don’t pay their workers those huge salaries promised. Ever since the introduction of these visas, multinational corporations have been laying off american workers. And Trump wants jobs for americans, not for immigrants.
If high talented and skilled workers were available everywhere, where are all the pakistani, guatemalan, venezuelan, moroccan, indian, and indonesian Googles, Paypals, twitters and Amazons? Hell, even CNN has a show on how businesses in Africa and India are blooming, yet we dont see them critizicing the importation of cheap slave programmers into the US.
CNN and MSNBC, The Atlantic, as well as the New York Times (bankrolled by Carlos Slim) have called Donald Trump “dishonest”, but never have you seen a mention of Hillary Clinton’s corrupt scandals
How did immigrants become a special interest group more powerful than americans? Shouldn’t politicians be more concerned with what citizens think of them than what foreigners do? – Ann Coulter.
Not only are immigrants are taught to live off the American tax payer, but they are counseled in resentment towards their benefactors: The white working american.
The United States of America is not the natural state of the world, the natural state of the world is some third world country hellhole like Venezuela or subsaharan africa, where people cannibalize each other over a maxipad or toilet paper. The Western European civilization spread its culture around the globe: individualism, technology and the rule of law, and only the ones populated by the british managed to hold on to them , and as a result, prospered. I dearly wish that that were the same case for Spain and it’s colonies but when you look at the Mareros in Central America or the Pranes in Venezuela, or socialism of the 21st century in the southern hemisphere, my hopes really go down.
Racial realism, in-group preference, race mixing and communism have withered the post european constructs and institutions that were built upon the conquistadors in south america.
The British Empire’s most successful experiment was the United States, and anyone who hesitates for a momento to recognize that some groups have it over other groups in producing free and prosperous nations has been brainwashed by the (((global elite and media))) beyond recognition.
The British used to have an empire, meaning that it wiped out tropical diseases, ended tribal bloodshed, expanded literacy, and dragged the primitive, backward societies into a better life. But the locals, unthankful to their colonizers, thought that the british had better jobs, and so the decolonization movement began and threw them away. Just look at how those policies are working out for those independent nations. Just like a charm.
The companion lie to the “America is a nation of immigrants” lie is that “diversity is a strength”. Praising this is just a politically correct dogma.
When americans used to talk about integration, one day, all of the sudden, the word “integration” got replaced by “diversity”, and the ulterior meaning of that word and the ideas behind it meant that America shouldn’t be whiter.
Just because there’s a bulk of white people wanting to pay less for gardening, housekeeping, and the such, doesn’t mean that the population of an entire white nation should be diluted with immigrants that in many cases, as President Elect Trump put it in his candidature announcement speech “have a lot of problems, bring crime, they’re rapists, and some are good people”.
As I continued browsing the (((newspapers))) I ended up in the deeply scarred by the Clinton and Podesta leaks email scandals media outlet Politico, which cannot explain neither itself nor to its readers in a non partisan way how is it that President Elect Trump stummped every prediction — Brexit effect anyone– Does that ring a bell? It seems to me that mainstream pollsters and their liberal agendas are all alike, if you pay for the survey, you do a sample bias and the get the results. Just take a look at the Podesta emails by wikileaks, or lool at venezuelan pollster Luis Vicente León’s Datanalisis surveys.
Even for the democrats, as Politico tells us, they knew that the Trump train was well on their way and that Hillary had little chance of winning , and they lied with a poker face to their voters. The Hillary campaign team knew that they were losing the election because not only did they rig the whole primary campaign, but they tried, with their dishonest allies in the press to wash the tarnished reputation of a corrupt candidate that is still to pay for their crimes for the emails, for covering up Benghazi, for the murder of Colonel Muhammar Ghadaffi, destabilizing the Middle East, selling uranium to the russians, and setting up slave labor sweatshops in Haiti, giving out paid speeches to Goldman Sachs, etc, etc.
When George W. Bush said: “Some people call you the elite, I call you my base”, he was heavily slammed by the media. But not a single word was uttered in criticism of Hillary Clinton when praising Goldman Sachs for the contributions they gave her.
It seems to me that for the democrats, and chavismo, and the whole left, elections only work if they are the ones who actually win them. Reminds me of Fidels Castro’s words to chavista leaders in Margarita Island: “Revolutions only hold elections when they’re sure they are going to win”. Another quote comes into mind, but this time by Winston Churchill, “The best argument against democracy is a five-minute conversation with the average voter”.
No matter what happens, Donald Trump has changed forever the political landscape of the american tired-old establishment and special interest groups that lobby for their benefit, and destroy the american way of life.