Category: Sessions

Roissy is a Bit Behind the Times

Laughable.

First, Roissy said that having Sessions as Attorney General alone would justify having Trump as President.

Now we have this:

Trump’s instincts about Sessions were right; he’s a Boomer cuckservative who will fold when the fight gets going.

Of course, some of us have been criticizing Sessions for months.

Note to reader: Leave Roissy to have his race traitor sexual relations with Negresses and Asiatrices and get the real news from sites like EGI Notes.

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Trump and DACA

DACA.

Read this.  That’s important news.

I guess we’ll now hear homoerotic frenzies from Trump fanboys, and loud cries about “4-D chess,” but another explanation is simply that Trump is under pressure from the base – as brought to his attention by commentators and perhaps by Bannon’s whispers in their (back door) phone calls – to fulfill his campaign promises, as opposed to his natural inclination to cuck.  Thus, it are Trump’s critics on the Right, not Trump and his fanboys, who are responsible for this development.

Of course, we’ll see how the System attempts to block this.


And for what it is worth, a viewpoint that Trump’s action will backfire.


In the end, I do not think any of these people – by “these people” I mean those who want some sort of control of immigration – know what they are doing.  It is half measures, ad hoc approaches, reactionary reversal of policies without any overarching strategy to preserve even the current American racial demographic situation.


We’ll need to wait and see how this all plays out.  But the Right needs to keep the pressure on; instead of homoerotic paens to “the god emperor,” the Right needs to press for more and more immigration control and restriction, and less and less of the alien influx.

Ragnarok II

More.

Read this. 

We demand legislation forbidding all US companies from adopting politically correct terms of service and employment. All private companies must be forced by law to respect freedom of speech and thought.

That is essential, but expect the System to fight that tooth-and-nail.  In the absence (yet) of overt “speech laws” due to the First Amendment, social pricing is the number one method to keep White folks in line.  Antifa violence and all the rest is nothing by comparison, a firecracker compared to a thermonuclear device.

Once people are free to express dissident opinions without fear of workplace punishment, the System’s biggest stick collapses, and they simply no longer have sufficient carrots for all the disaffected Whites.  So, yes, we need a “political opinion protection act.” 

The current administration could have been the best hope for that, but with Trump/Sessions trying to out-virtue signal the worst of the GOP cucks, it seems unlikely.

We should not give up though.  Extended First Amendment protections to the private sphere is probably the single most important idea of this post.  With that, the dam cracks and eventually collapses.

On Trump.

I feel like vomiting after watching this video.
The Alt-Right attempted to hold a peaceful rally in Charlottesville, VA. We had to get a federal court order to be able to exercise our First Amendment rights. After arriving in Lee Park, we were attacked by violent Antifa while the police stood down and watched. Gov. Terry McAuliffe declared a “state of emergency” and riot police pushed us into hordes of violent leftists who attacked dozens of people.
In response to this outrage, Donald Trump has condemned us, praised the Virginia State Police and said nothing about the actions of violent Antifa groups who will only be further emboldened to attack his supporters all over the country. While Donald Trump talks about restoring “law and order,” the reality of the matter is that police departments in leftwing cities are standing down and ceding the state’s monopoly on violence to lynch mobs. We saw this happen in Portland and Charlottesville the last two weekends.
Everything I have said was captured on video. For two years now, Donald Trump has said nothing while violent lynch mobs have attacked his supporters all over the country, not only in Charlottesville, but also in Washington, DC during the inauguration and Berkeley and many other places. A disabled man who supported Donald Trump was even kidnapped and tortured on Facebook Live in Chicago and he said nothing. President Trump talks about “equal rights,” but the truth of the matter is that White Americans in his country are routinely subjected to censorship, physical violence, employment discrimination, intimidation and massive civil rights violations while the Trump administration looks the other way. It does so because it is afraid of the power of the mainstream media.
The Alt-Right will stand with White Americans who are under siege in Trump’s America who have been deserted by their president. The Trump administration showed today that it is more interested in moving forward with its agenda of massive tax cuts for the wealthy than in defending our most basic constitutional rights. Sadly, President Trump’s chilling message will only stoke the flames of the violent Left and will strike fear into all those who dare to speak out against it who know they will inevitably be attacked now and portrayed as wicked racists by a vicious and hostile media cartel.
Donald Trump has given a green light to Antifa. He has sided with a group of people who attack us on sight and attempt to kill us and for that the Alt-Right can no longer support him. What Donald Trump has done today is an unforgivable betrayal of his supporters.

Devlin is a smart fellow and I always liked his writing, but at some point we need to stop making excuses for Trump.  Yes, his press conference wasn’t bad, but the fact is he and Sessions never cracked down on Antifa and they both denounced us all.

Spencer Is Absolutely Right: 8/4/17

Against the Asian invasion.

Listen here.

I agree.  Trump’s heart is in the right place on this (rare, I know), but his brains (what little he has) are not.  We don’t need “cognitive elitists.”  We don’t need any (non-European) immigrants at all. ZERO. I agree: better dumb peons than immigrants who will be at the top of the human energy pyramid, elites displacing Whites from professional/technical positions, aliens who will become the “new Jews” using their high IQs to manipulate American politics to their own selfish racial benefit.  We don’t need to wreck the middle class, and Trump doesn’t need to placate groups that didn’t vote for him.  And despite the sweaty fantasies of my detractors, I also agree with Spencer that the 1924 Reed-Johnson Act was a good thing (albeit flawed in that it didn’t optimally control immigration from the Western hemisphere).  I think Spencer is wrong in assuming the “massaged” IQ data from China, reflecting coastal elites, is reflective of the nation as a whole, including the masses of teeming peasants, but that’s a minor point, likely due to the influence on him of the Alt Wrong that he so stupidly admires.  But we must give Spencer credit for at least eschewing HBD on the political (if not intellectual) level, and rejecting “high IQ” immigration.

As I’ve said before, I see Spencer’s ultimate direction as electoral politics, once he matures and dumps the Beavis-and-Butthead Alt Right.  And, no, I do not think that, eventually, his “tainted past” of “Hailgate” and other things will matter in a future in which desperate Whites are increasingly attracted to more explicitly pro-White right-wing populism, as long as the appropriate congressional district is chosen for a political run.

Trump and Sessions as beta race cucks.

As the Trump administration becomes more and more explicitly Jewish, it becomes more pro-Asian. After all, Silk Road White nationalism is another manifestation of Jewish hijacking of White interests. And the beta race cucks Trump and Sessions grovel to racial groups who didn’t vote for Trump and certainly are no fans of Sessions.  Once again Trump is exposed as a fraud, a “God Emperor” with feet of clay, a cucking loser, an anti-White degenerate.

Der Movement Roundup: 7/28/17

Der Movement marches on.

Someone gets it right

Trump is proving another theory correct: namely, that he is an incompetent and politically unreliable buffoon. He is not loyal to people who risk their reputations for him, and his promises are worthless. The wall isn’t going to be built, and Mexico isn’t going to pay for it.

I seem to recall someone on the Far Right labeling Trump a “buffoon” from the very beginning.  Who was that, I wonder?  Probably just some crazy and bitter nogoodnik who should be safely ignored.  Hail Pepe!  Hail Kek!  Hail the God Emperor!

Sailer channels Silver. Not a feather-in-the-cap for either one of them, I think.

Some confusion about branding.

The Alt Right “brand” was a White Nationalist entryist and outreach project from the very start. But the Alt Right worked best for White Nationalists by not being exclusively associated with White Nationalism. Normies would never try the Alt Right on for size if it were an exclusively White Nationalist movement….

At other times. we’ve been told by leading Alt Righters that the Alt Right IS White nationalism (and vice versa), an equation vehemently opposed by some on the Far Right who dislike the Alt Right brand.

The Alt Right has to be one of the most ill-defined political brands in American history.

Meanwhile, “watchdog groups” are crowing about the upcoming Amren conference that will be “electric” because of the co-attendance of Richard Spencer, the “reclusive” Greg Johnson, and Sam Dickson.  As always, the anti-White Far Left enjoys schadenfreude at WN expense.

Rotten Orange News: Behold the Buck Negger

Pathetic Trump.

These days, the person the “Buck Negger” is “negging” the most is his own Attorney General, Jeff Sessions.  You remember Sessions – the anti-immigration right-winger who was one of Trump’s earliest and most loyal supporters, and who gave up a safe Senate seat to take the job that the “Buck Negger” is trying to force him out of with a campaign of withering public humiliation and ridicule. That’s the same Sessions whose elevation to Attorney General was claimed by Roissy to be sufficient to justify the “Buck Negger’s” election to the Presidency.

Trump: groveling to DACA “dreamers” while attacking, in the most despicable and disloyal fashion, the most anti-immigration member of his cabinet. Mysteriously, Trump worshippers like Roissy, who squeal in delight when Trump makes off-hand comments to aging French hags, have nothing to say so far about the Sessions fiasco.  Is that a shiv too far?

Read this, emphasis added:

President Trump has been on a Twitter and verbal tirade against Attorney General Jeff Sessions the last few days — as if dumping the AG would solve the president’s problems with the Mueller snooping expedition. It’s sad to see such anger toward one of candidate Trump’s earliest and most enthusiastic supporters.

Tucker Carlson declared on his Tuesday show that it would be “Nuts” for Trump to ditch the one man in Washington who fully supports his program of law and sovereignty. But it’s worse than that — throwing Jeff Sessions under the bus might make Trump’s vital immigration enforcement constituency take a more critical look at what the president has actually done.

Candidate Trump promised to end the DACA amnesty immediately, but instead has allowed the program to continue and add new beneficiaries who get work permits and an open door to everything America offers.

Plus, there’s been no push from the White House to get universal e-Verify through the Congress which, as a comprehensive job blocker for illegal aliens, would be a very strong preventative for unlawful entry.

Trump’s immigration enforcement failures seem more egregious in light of his rotten treatment of Jeff Sessions. And would the loss of Sessions signal a flip-flop of Trump toward mass amnesty in the near future?

The basic purpose of Rotten Orange News is to inoculate Der Movement against future infections of The Man on White Horse Syndrome.

I doubt it’ll work though.  To the naive, to the weak-minded, to the gullible, to the quota queens and other incompetents, an imaginary top-down “quick fix” is too alluring to ignore.

It’ll happen again, no doubt.