Trump ad 4 days before Election Day, November 8, 2016: ‘Our movement is about replacing the failed and corrupt political Establishment with a new government controlled by you, the American people’
Trump ad, (1 min., 56 sec.) published on You Tube, Nov. 4, 2016, 4 days before Election Day, Tuesday Nov. 8, 2016
Comment: Very glad to see our unelected global slave masters and parasites including Angela Merkel on the front of this Trump ad.
11/4/16, Suicide rate for US children aged 10-14 doubled from 2007-2014, Reuters (So it’s not just lazy, adult, non-college hicks and hayseeds)
“The critical question, however, is not the source of Trump’s popularity but rather the reason his popularity is so shocking to our political culture….What Trump offers is permission to conceive of an American interest as a national interest separate from the “international community”.”
9/7/2015, “Traitor to His Class,“ Julius Krein, Weekly Standard
“Nothing is more terrifying to the elite than Trump’s embrace of a tangible American nationalism.…Perhaps his popularity signifies a profound challenge to elite opinion.”…
“The way we think of left and right is a relic of the Cold War….Trump…rarely talks about “left” and “right.”…There’s a reason….The divisions are no longer just left and right, at least not in the sense we’ve used those terms for the past few decades. The shift is splitting all current movements into nationalist and internationalist wings.”…
7/15/16, “A complacent elite is to blame for politics being turned upside down,” UK Catholic Herald, Robert Wargas
“The way we think of left and right is a relic of the Cold War. Reality is catching up.”
“Trump…rarely talks about “left” and “right” and those movements’ foot soldiers, “liberals” and “conservatives”. Odd, isn’t it? Left and right are the defining concepts of American politics, yet a Republican candidate was able to dominate the primary season without mentioning them at all.
We are heading for a politics in which the divisions are no longer just left and right, at least not in the sense we’ve used those terms for the past few decades. The shift is splitting all current movements into nationalist and internationalist wings – or perhaps populist and establishment, middle class and upper class, or urban and provincial.
This is happening because so many of the traditional features of left and right no longer apply to them. A working-class white person seeking representation used to find it in the left. Now what does he get? A movement telling him to check his “privilege”. A conservative used to be able to count on the right to make the case for cultural assimilation. Now he, too, is told to be quiet and make way for “progress”….
Mainstream Democratic and Labour leaders support large-scale migration into their countries; mainstream Republicans and Tories do so as well, in practice if not in theory. All mainstream liberals and conservatives support free trade, and all are equally likely to regard sceptics of pure free trade as rather “challenged” individuals.
If “left” traditionally meant state control of the economy, why does today’s left spurn trade regulation? Because the left is internationalist. But the right, at least nowadays, is also internationalist....All sides frame foreign policy debates in terms of helping foreigners: taking in refugees, “liberating” other nations and the like. Believing that a country’s foreign policy should primarily benefit that country’s citizens is now akin to revealing some perverted fetish.
Millions of Americans…don’t accept a bipartisan consensus that was formed without their input or permission. Its partisans grew so resistant to reform they treated their own citizens as a kind of plague to be contained in the hinterlands, not as stakeholders with genuine concerns.”…
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